Great video done with no digital tricks just printed screenshots stills.
Global supermarket giant Tesco solved the problem of enticing hard-working, time-strapped Koreans into its stores by bringing the shopping experience to them, with virtual stores based in subways and metro stations.
Shoppers were encouraged to browse life-like images of supermarket shelves with their smartphones and scan the QR codes on products to add them to their shopping carts, all whilst waiting for the metro. Their purchases would then be delivered to them at home, with no need to carry heavy bags.
Read more about creative uses for QR codes in marketing here.
So some crazy bakers made a 100 cupcakes all based on classic boardgames/video games/misc. games to celebrate their house’s 100th bday. Ironically they’ve made a game out of the games by posting pictures of each for you to guess at. Test your gaming knowledge by seeing how many cupcakes you can guess correctly. Hover over the question mark to see the answer. yums!
image via: TheVoiceThatSaid
I have to thank my awesome boyfriend for showing me this site. Most times I think he keeps things to himself so I’m always happy when he shares. So what is it? It’s a media bookmarking site where people drop images into a large pool of random images. It’s focus is on but not necessarily limited to the fields of design, typography, advertising, art, architechure and photography. It’s droppers are by invite only so the collection doesn’t get overrun by mediocre crap. Not only that but it has an engine that can organize by tags. Me likey!