When someone pops open a bag of chips, loudly unwraps a chocolate bar or brings out any other kind of tasty snack, our eyes can’t help but seek out the food. It’s much the same with seagulls at the beach, which suddenly become interested in you once they see you open that steaming bundle of fish and chips. Tiny Toast has drawn on these situations in two new ads, but has instead created a role reversal between animals and humans.
Browsing: New York
A New York City-based prank collective Improv Everywhere causes scenes of chaos and joy in public places, and this year its motive was achieved by urging people to ride the subway pantless, which they did, in 60 cities across 25 countries for the annual No Pants Subway Ride.
There’s something oddly satisfying and just oddly odd about seeing a cheerleader getting gobbled up by what looks to be a giant red Pacman.
This next one is long but well worth the watch.
Contemporary furniture designers Blu Dot simply wondered, “what would happen if …
Four decades of monster-related carnage, epic natural disasters and ruthless alien invasions caught on film and mixed with a jaunty Gershwin number. Those New Yorkers are a resilient bunch.
Despite what mother said, laughing at the expense of others is the best kind of laughing.
Shop window PR always stirs up a bit of interest, as is the case in New York this week where Icebreaker has taken over a window at Paragon Sports in an effort to reduce the number of people from wearing plastic clothes made from petroleum. Tell your friends in NY …