Are you singing the Net Neutrality anthem? New York is…

PSA’s can be fun. More so if you can singalong. This foot-tappin’, whistler friendly video takes on the FCC and all the people who will profit from making ‘our’ internet a television – all sung by concerned New Yorkers on the shitter. Great stuff by Thinkmodo. Much like “Dumb ways to die” this track has a…

The subliminally surreal world of the cosmos: Cosmic Flower Unfolding

Cosmic flowers. Abstract, metaphysical creations for tripped out flower vendors.  Artist /animator Ben Ridgway’s film takes you through the rabbit hole, zooms past Stanley Kubrick world only to bloom in a fractal new space of the surreal. Here’s his new video: Ben says “My abstract animations investigate the metaphysical features of reality. They are designed…

Holy Smokes: the first full-page ad for marijuana hits New York

After decades of propaganda and blatant ignorance, the sweet leaf finally debuts in mainstream media. With its full-blown, full-pager in the New York Times, Leafly makes history in blazing print. The ad’s blunt. (Can’t help the pun). I’m dubbing this advertising’s finest moment. Snoop agrees. ‪#JustSayKnow Big boom for Denver agency Redrag & Bull. Their approach:…

No surprise: Australian anti-racism ad is not understood by racists

Racism. You can stop people using racist slur, but can you really change their sentiment? Alter their perception? Most likely not. People like to be stupid. It’s easier. It’s in their conditioning and although it may not seem so at the surface, it runs deep. This anti-racism ad by Beyond Blue attempts to raise awareness…

The world’s most ingeniously useful billboards

Every once in a while advertisers have the sense to invest in ideas that impact the world. And UTEC a university in Peru has been cranking out some ideas that would top a Billboard chart. The first: A billboard that converts moisture in the air into safe drinking water. Showing big players everywhere how to…