• Video: Musical Corner Shop with Red Stripe
  • Posted 18 months ago by staff · culture · 7000 Views
  • As part of a new campaign, Red Stripe transformed a local Dalston corner store into one giant all-singing, all-dancing musical instrument. Directed by award-winning director Greg Brunkalla, with instruments by creative technologists Hirsch & Mann, the campaign sees products on the shelves and items left scattered around the store come to life and work together to perform a rendition of "Rudy, A Message to You" by Jamaican musician, Dandy Livingstone, later made famous by The Specials.

    10 hidden cameras, 750 metres of cable and 12 metres of LED lights were used to record the priceless look on customers' faces as they pick up their daily essentials. Speaking about the video, Greg Brunkalla said:

    "Red Stripe has a reputation for making creative and original stuff and this project is truly unexpected. As a director, it’s the type of challenge I'm always looking for. It allows the team and me to roll up our sleeves, get creative and make an experience that’s tactile, that exists in the real world."

  • Wooden Keys for Macbook Pro
  • 18 months ago · Art & Design · 4 Comments · 10035 Views
  • Taking the idea of a wooden keyboard one step further, Lazerwood have created individual wooden keys which fit perfectly with the sleek design of your Macbook Pro. Compatible with all unibody Macbook Pros and available in both walnut and cherry, all you need are some nimble fingers...
  • Projecteo Instagram Projector
  • 18 months ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 4575 Views
  • Currently seeking funding through Kickstarter, Projecteo is a tiny Instagram projector that uses 35mm slide film to turn your digital images into permanent physical momentos. All you have to do is log onto their website, select nine of your favourite images, and the Projecteo team...
  • Miniature Chanel Hula-Hoop Bag
  • 18 months ago · style · 2 Comments · 3500 Views
  • When Karl Lagerfeld unveiled a giant hula-hoop bag on the Chanel runway this year, many were left a bit baffled about who would actually buy this gigantic accessory apparently designed for use on the beach. It turns out that the bag was designed to capture the media's attention (something...