This warm and witty spot showcases Dorset Cereals’ personality and links to nature, aiming to build on the emotional connection between consumers and the brand. Directed by Conor Finnegan, the ‘Life Begins at Breakfast’ message uses entertaining animal characters supporting the brand image to reinforce how important breakfast is to starting the day.
They started in 2009 with the bread courses of Ibán Yarza in The Glutton Club. Published in 2011 under the label Glutton Books, one of the reference books for fans of the bakery. In 2012, they opened with its author, international guru of bread Dan Lepard, The Loaf In a Box. The Loaf In a Box was a temporary bakery, conceived for three months in Donostia.
Quick and affordable 3D printing technology applied to classic stop-motion opens Dutch science program Het Klokhuis (The Apple Core) which is Holland’s oldest youth television show, covering everything from the history of dinosaurs to how an iPhone is made.
On their traditional wooden looms, they create unique pieces using the highest quality raw materials, such as wool, cashmere, linen, silk and yak. Manual looms enable them to create deliciously imperfect borders on their pieces. A wool blanket becomes a work of art full of nuances, reflecting the individuality of each weaver.
Photographer Hal started packing couples together in futon vacuum bags to preserve their love forever. The process to achieve this eternal image is very organic and each couple can only be left inside the seal bag for 10 seconds.
A short film of two craftsmen at work. Happened to see them at work very early one morning and grabbed the camera.
“IMO starts from a feeling of nostalgia for the old, the simple and the union between them.”
Jordi, Quinta for friends, is a wood craftsman who creates objects with soul. That part of things unseen, but feel. His method of production ensures that each of its creations have something unique that will never be replicated in other piece.
In 1986 a football team that lived on a little island in the south of Thailand called “Koh Panyee”. It’s a floating village in the middle of the sea that has not an inch of soil. The kids here loved to watch football but had nowhere to play or practice. But they didn’t let that stop them. They challenged the norm and have become a great inspiration for new generations on the island.
If for one day you had the power to make your world work better, what would you change?
A 1 min animation of the bicycle’s evolution, all the way from the wooden horse to the modern racer.
In a crowded Philadelphia garage, Adam Cramer revives vintage motorcycles and the American tradition of grease-stained self-reliance.
Takes you into a world of art very much unexplored and discovers a unique sketch adventure that has become a very special art form. A canvas, many of us have seen, but never used, Peter Han has transformed into chalk art
To introduce a new line of hair products Apotek Hjärtat decided to give the subway commuters in Stockholm a mind-blowing special effect. On the platform, digital screens were equipped with ultra sonic sensors monitoring the train’s arrival.
Kokeshi Dolls originated in North-East Japan as wooden toys for children. They began being produced towards the end of the Edo period (1603~1868) by woodwork artisans, called Kiji-shi, who normally made bowls, trays and other tableware by using a lathe