You know…this is actually some pretty good advice. It’s like a lifehack from 1950. I wish I knew what book this came from (maybe someone out there knows), cause if it contains more gems like this one then it’s sure to be a good read. This is bound to work extremely well. Either that or fail miserably. I could see this going 180 degrees in the other direction, wherein the son decides to rock the flair and becomes a more flamboyant little man (if you catch my drift…not that there’s anything wrong with that).
This has got to be one of the coolest, most fun ads I’ve seen recently. It instantly makes me what to go to Toys’R Us to purchase a sweet R/C car and do some drifting of my own. This is an ad for the 2010 Sentra SE-R. The whole thing was shot in 1/10th scale with the help of a fleet of radio-controlled vehicles (including a helicopter). The commercial was done by TBWA\Toronto for Nissan Canada and they’ve also put up a sweet behind the scenes video.
This little Swedish soldier is the national defender of cuteness. I guess in a country like that you don’t really have much more to worry about. What a darling little kid. I wish our armies were this at ease. I mean how nice would it be to not have been in a war since 1814?
I can’t read the (Japanese?) characters but I’m assuming from the illustration that the translation is fairly accurate. Plus, this isn’t a bad idea to follow the advice of anyways. I’m wondering where exactly this is posted. If it were in my workplace it should be in all elevators, hallways and the kitchen area. Don’t people go to the restroom to relieve their inner monsters any more? Do you fart in public?
Check out this new condiment packet that is being used in 7-Elevens in Japan. Not only is it cool that you can squirt it out so easily and cleanly, but it combines both mustard and ketchup. I know for some that may be an issue but I personally love both on my dogs. The Japanese always have the coolest and weirdest new things. I would love to visit and see everything. Speaking of new condiments design, check out this accusation that Heinz stole the latest from this guy.
From the awesome mind of Tom at Short Sleeve Alliance, come these fantastic decals for your iPhone. You can instantly turn it into the most radical handheld gadget that has ever been invented. I remember when the Gameboy color came out…oh what a year that was. I wish I could go back to that time and just live there forever. Playing video games…watching Rocko’s Modern Life…eating Pizza Bagels and Cinnamon Toast Crunch all day long.
I intitally found Tom Tom from his Etsy store and didn’t know he had more than just the Gameboy decal…but check out what else he’s got! An NES controller, R2D2, a sweet wood grain and a Polaroid camera. Not only do these all rock my face off…they’re only $6! Now if only I had the $400 for the iPhone. These are just too cool…I think my favorite might actually be the Soundwave one. What other things would you like to see?