Explore a world of creativity where the real and the imagined collide. Where would you go with only your thoughts and your notebook as company? I love this kind of storytelling.
Great video by Rogier Wieland who made this for the legendary notebook company Moleskine in Milan. It’s a combination of stop motion, 2d animation and live action video to show their Alice in Wonderland Limited Edition Notebooks.
Alice’s Adventures in Paperland with Moleskine.
Storytelling. Intriguing question is: How far can you push a while making an ad?
Oreo ad ‘Whisper Fights’ shown during super bowl 2013. And the story continues online with great faux storytelling. For decades, consumers have been separating Oreo cookies from their cream… And then you get this.
Presentation by Griffin Farley, strategist BBH New York with two AXE cases to illustrate the story. Nice work.
This is video is so great. 9 year old Caine spent his summer building an elaborate cardboard arcade inside his dad’s used auto part store.
Nick Mullick, a filmmaker, discovered the homemade arcade when he stopped into Caine’s dad’s auto parts store. He asked Caine’s father, George, if he could make a film about the arcade. “Well, actually, it’s kind of like a joke around here because you are his only customer,” he says in the film. Well, Mullick changed all that.
The heartwarming 11-minute film got a combined 3.5 million views on Vimeo and YouTube in just four days. That led to hundreds of online articles about the video, which led to television stories about the cardboard arcade by Fox, NBC and CNN. Source: LATimes.
And the best thing is, Caine inspired a lot of other children over the world. Now global play day is initiated by imagination to find, foster & fund creativity & entrepreneurship in more kids. See second video and read more on http://cardboardchallenge.com
Augment your reality. Blurring the line between digital and reality. How can new ways of ‘seeing’ and experiencing enrich the lives of people. It’s the next step in storytelling: immerse with your surroundings.
‘stored, tracked or logged’ personal life data is combined with digital museum collections. Further techniques as indoor positioning, new object recognition and augmented reality are used to create a entertaining, responsive experience. Certainly great work is done by in10’s Jacco Ouwerkerk amongst others for YoMu | a mobile and personal museum experience. Look at the presentation for yourself, and I am curious what you think of it. Share your thoughts.
Absolutely so nice and authentic. Mini-documentary on Jerry Gretzinger who creates reality into maps. Little pieces of art.