Christmas is a lively time of the year with everyone feeling quite festive and eager to have fun, last year Amnesia celebrated it whilst lawn bowling and it reminded me of a bad episode of ‘Murder she wrote’, (sorry Jessica Fletcher)
Put it this way if the grinch stole Christmas that year, I wouldn’t exactly be over-exerting myself to try and stop him.
This year a few of us decided to stir things up and let me tell you…you can never have enough sauce.
The 2011 xmas party is a secret yet to be revealed and we decided to make a teaser trailer as a lead up to our short film to get everyone excited.
Check out the youtube video below!
I stumbled across these nutty sports whilst doing some work for our client, Tourism New Zealand. Thought I’d share them:
1) Pomparkour Ladder Sport
This sport is either invented by V energy or just used in it’s latest campaign, but it’s still pretty cool.
Great idea executed brilliantly. Love it
found this browsing around and it is great so I thought I share it with you
So how does an iPad really stack up against its competitors? We did a quick analysis and compared it with the Kindle and a ten thousand year old rock. The results are in:
Sidenote: Just for fun ok! Also full respect and homage to the original iPhone Vs Rock parody from a few years ago (author unknown) here:
On October 14th 2009, Razorfish formally joined the Publicis family. As Razorfish offices all around the globe celebrated with a glass of Bollinger and a boursin cracker, the Aussies did something a little different.
Ladies and Gentleman, Mesdames et Messieurs I give you The 2009 Croissant Games.
And some pics from the day here
If you haven’t checked out the Milkquarious rock opera yet and you’re into bizarre milk-oriented retro glam rock psychedelic warfare with unicorn pegasus cows, you should have a look and listen: www.milkquarious.com
The Milkquarious experience includes:
- A lengthy but entertaining rock opera of high tongue in cheek production quality
- Possibly more entertaining running commentary in an optional audio channel
- A competition for students to remake scenes from the movie
- Helpful tips for the students from the creators
- A beat machine just for kicks
Extending the rock opera into a competition is a great idea. Have a look at the YouTube channel to see what it’s all about. Here’s the lowdown from White Gold himself:
Finally, some more screens from the movie for extra milky flavour…
Enter the battle for Milkquarious…
“Kerning is an interesting process because it can be very time consuming and it’s usually invisible, as in you only notice it when it’s bad … To my knowledge nobody has ever died from poor kerning.”
Read the interview: http://pblks.com/2009/07/the-worlds-smallest-mania/
Kleinmania on Tumblr: http://kleinmania.tumblr.com/