Outdoor ad campaign for Penguin Books by Saatchi & Saatchi Singapore. Picked up a Bronze at Cannes Lions this year too.
(sighted at 2WENTY 4OUR)
Sweet Meats are handmade plush objects that look like various cuts of meat. They are made out of super cuddly polar fleece, cotton quilting thread and polyester fiberfill stuffing. All of the meats come in individual (toy) size and some also come in family (pillow) size.
Browse the whole range at Sweet Meats
Then check out The Food Section for a Q&A with the maker of these meaty plushies.
(thanks! ;o) )
There’s a knee-jerk response on New World Notes, but I think its attacks on the reporter’s accuracy are petty. For instance, what’s so wrong with calling Second Life a “Web fantasy world”?
It’s obvious to me that effective marketing in SL isn’t going to be exactly the same as effective marketing in real life. But companies will adapt over time, like they adapted to the internet, TV and radio.
I’d like to know: who’s leading this experimentation and learning? Anyone care to enlighten?
RedlineChina reports: more than 494 million mobile phone subscribers in China now.
More at Singapura Daily Makan Photo
If you’re still looking for an app to fill that Pandora-shaped hole in your music-listening life, TechCrunch recommends Soundpedia. Added plus: it’s based in Singapore.
Even though I recommended Pandora to all and sundry back when people outside the US could still access it, I admit that I didn’t really use it all that much. I’ve tried, but I can’t work well with music on.