Burberry’s Autumn/Winter 2010 campaign embraces interactive media. Here’s a little video of the site in action, and after the jump another video featuring the models including Rose Huntington Whiteley.
Hooligans singing truly, madly, deeply of Savage Garden for Puma. What more do you need during the World Cup?
It is internet week here in NY. What does that mean for you? Probably nothing. But you deserve some entertainment and reminiscing, so look at College Humor’s Web Celeb Hall of Fame, a round-up of all those folks who’ve been viewed millions of times for one reason or another. (We really just needed an excuse to play this epic interview again)
From Kenzo Digital:
Whether you are for health care reform or not, one thing remains clear: the American public simply does not know enough about the legislation. As concerned citizens, our goal is simple, to raise awareness and create a dialogue. As the debate on health care reform continues to evolve, we feel that it is more important than ever to be aware of the issues and facts at hand. We are not taking a particular stance on health care reform. Rather we seek to inspire debate using satire and absurdity to re-frame the ongoing health care discussion. The following is a spoof movie trailer that explores the outlandish nature of the ongoing myth that illegal immigrants will receive free health care.
Wow, noodles never looked so good.
This one’s making the rounds, not to be missed…
Mass we Pray. No need to go to church when you can pray it on the wii. It’s a shame this is actually just a really great viral hoax in promotion of the video game Dante’s Inferno. A great comedic video promo for Wii Pray after the jump.
I keep ending up on this site which means that it must be a pretty good promotion for a booze brand. Whether any of the girls or data is actually real (it’s real) is another story but, I bet if you’ve been drinking some DonQ it wouldn’t matter all that much anyway.