This lifesize Ferrari F1 Car is built of Puma shirts, shoes, sandals, socks, hats, and other apparel. How can a PUMA retail team build a Ferrari Formula One car in one afternoon? Now enjoy this video showcasing how the entire build process went down.
Archive for September, 2009
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As you can see from this map of the USA showing where McDonalds outlets are, they are almost everywhere! McDonald’s cluster at the population centers and hug the highway grid. East of the Mississippi, there’s wall-to-wall coverage, except for a handful of meager gaps centered on the Adirondacks, inland Maine, the Everglades, and outlying West Virginia. Via
If someone have a staircase like this in their home… Crazy idea by Fox Shox ad.
Advertising Agency: Wachowiak Worldwide, Minneapolis, USA
Photographer / Digital Production: Firstbase Imaging
Published: June 2009
This lamp post is an outdoor ad for McDonald’s coffee in downtown Vancouver. Via
Roomba Art, a Flickr group who make long-exposure photographs of their iRobot Rhoomba robot vacuum cleaners zipping around their rooms. Some of these photos are up to 30 minutes or more long. Another thing that some of the photographers have do is to make sure there are some dirty spots so that the Rhoomba will make some special little spots. The light is very bright compared with everything else which is why, even thought it’s moving, you can still see it. You can see the room because it was there for the whole long minute exposure. Brilliant Work!
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Do you want to that live in a paper world? Every thing is made out of paper. Interesting!