Creativity can be promoted in a gazillion of ways, which is why Zara, the clothing company, took the initiative this summer and decided to create an art gallery with the unusual creations of the Canadian artist, Aaron Moran, to promote art, crafts and creativity. The project is called “By/A Project About Collaborations.” The artist utilizes wood from dismantled old houses and slices them into different shapes and figures to unite them once again, resulting … Continue Reading
Animography: (n.) Animation + Typography = A Designer’s Dream. Has sending e-mail or writing a blog really become so tedious, that we need something a little more “fun” to write with? Certainly, you can draw pictures and send them by letter in the mail, but when is the last time you sent a letter in the mail? When is the last time (if you’re not a creative mind) you drew a picture? With new animated … Continue Reading
Unsure of what to do with your old Xbox 360? If you’re like me (a hoarder) you just can’t sell something so precious and meaningful. I mean, think about the first game you ever played on it! Sure, it’s been sitting on the living room floor for five + years, but you still can’t give it up. Why not make it into an aquarium? Blue World Aquariums, known for selling everything from actual aquariums to the … Continue Reading
“If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.”
Many of the things you can count, don’t count. Many of the things you can’t count, really count.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s….a lego tower? The world’s largest lego tower was built in Seoul, Korea at a height of 31.9 meters, that’s approximately 105 feet. If you didn’t know already (we sure didn’t), France held the record for one at a height of 31.6 meters.
Bored with the typical 1-footer tower and wondering how to create your own lego empire? All you need is 4,000 children, five days, and 50,000 bricks. Continue Reading
If you don’t own an iPhone yourself, chances are you know a few people who have one. Whether its the original or the 4S, iPhones have become a staple in the smartphone world. Yet even though the phone is extremely popular, chances are that not many people understand the history or the design of this phone. CNET UK wanted to change that with the release of this short animation.
The artwork of the urban art team Low Bros combines a balance of geometry, fantasy, and street art to create a style that is as unique as it is intriguing. The team consists of two brothers, Qbrk and Nerd, born in Hamburg, northern Germany. They’re currently based in Hamburg and Berlin. Continue Reading
To create their new advertisements, Sony turned to kids and asked them to imagine what makes the new Xperia smartphones special. With director Wes Anderson and LAIKA/house, one boy’s vision came to life in this short animation above. Continue Reading
Here at The JLS Agency, we’ve worked with some of the biggest names in the hospitality industry but we’ve never come across something quite as unique as this.The new Saguaro hotel in Palm Springs uses 12 different colors to create a truly one-of-a-kind sensory experience. Inspired by the natural palettes created by mother nature found in indigenous wildflowers, architects Peter Stamberg and Paul Aferiat painted the rainbow all over this wonderful hotel. Click here to … Continue Reading