To promote Schusev State Museum of Architecture in Moscow, Saatchi & Saatchi Russia created a series of gorgeous posters showing what lies below Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Lomonosov Moscow State University and Bolshoi Theatre.
A tattoo studio Bergge Tattoo asks their job applicants to fill in a QR code before even giving them the application form.
Calling this simply a body paint project would be quite an understatement: the way an Australian artist Emma Hack built a car from 17 bodypainted models should also be categorized as body architecture.
In order to show that science can be fun, Science World museum and Rethink Canada created a series of smart ambient ads showing various fun facts on the streets of Vancouver.
Environmentalists are big on convincing us that by walking more and driving less we'd actually do good for the world around us - and yet many still fail to see this link. The China Environmental Protection Foundation in collaboration with Jody Xiong from a Chinese creative agency DDB presented a very direct illustration of...
To promote Faber-Castell's top-of-the-line range of "Artist Color Pencils", Ogilvy & Mather Singapore re-created well-known masterpieces such as Vincent Van Gogh's "Terrace Cafe at Night" and Edvard Munch's "The Scream" using thousands of color pencils as the medium itself.
Some of you probably have already seen beautiful cut-away leaf art by Lorenzo Duran before, and now the artist was hired to work on an ad campaign by Legas Delaney for Plant for the Planet. The aim of the campaign was to show leaf's ability to absorb CO2.
Do you remember Viktor Hertz who showed us how some famous logos would look like if companies were completely honest? Well, it appears that he hasn't finished his project yet, so it's time for a part II.