Monsieurs mellow moments…
Greetings fellow lovers of all things creative and thought provoking.
If there was ever a time for us to be embracing the power of the creative now is the time, and this week we see a couple companies having a good crack at it.
First we have infamous car maker Jeep. In a time when the automotive sector is struggling to keep its head above water, Jeep has found a way to incorporate the water into its stands at motor shows around the world.
The digital waterfall is pretty spectacular when you view it in the flesh, creating what looks like a water-like billboard. Who needs girls in bikinis when youve got a digital waterfall!
Next up, an organisation dedicated to promoting healthier eating in UK schools has come up with a novel way to get children and young adults to address the issue – an online video game called Snack Dash.
It seems the School Food Trust is getting its message across as Snack Dash has been at the number four position on ViralChart.com for a number of weeks.
While I think that the age group that the game is aimed at might scoff at this kind of corny attempt, it does remind me a lot of Sonic the Hedgehog… well, if he was human and trying to avoid fatty treats that will inflate more than his ego.
Finally, if youre trying to entertain a four to 10-year-old kid, have a look at Julias Rainbow Corner.
Make a face, create a character or build a snowman – whatever it is, it will keep them from setting fire to the cat for at least 10 minutes while you call for pizza…