the force awakens facebook
facebook has collaborated with its oculus division to bring vr to its news feed. users can view and post 360-degree videos, making the news feed more immersive than ever. disney and lucasfilm are among the first to use it, allowing users to cruise around the fictional jakku desert to promote star wars: the force awakens.
how do you show a journey through 60 years of history in under 2 minutes? with thousands of hand-drawn illustrations from multiple animators of course. innovative and fun. what else would you expect from honda?
anya hindmarch's ss16 show
the british accessories brand showed us how it’s done at london fashion week. from the logos we know and love to the perfectly choreographed show that took place on a maze of reflective pyramids, tripling the appearance of each model and creating a stunning show with lighting, dancers and amazing optical illusions.
we want answers
…and we want them now. that’s where answerthepublic come in. they categorise all the questions asked by the public by topic. perfect for getting to know your audience and their demands. curious?
the bigger picture
instagram gives us one perspective, but is it the real perspective? a clever crop can hide a world of issues and problems as illustrated by singapore based tech company ‘limitless.’ #brokenindia juxtaposes the view we portray on social media versus the reality we hide.
to haka or not to haka...
…that is heineken’s question. to celebrate their partnership with the 2015 rugby world cup, heineken ireland gave shoppers the chance to win a VIP trip to the finals. did these shoppers haka it?…sorry, we couldn’t resist.