Most restaurants disapprove of patrons photographing their meals, and some restaurants have gone as far as banning customers from taking Instagram pictures. However, CT Food in Sweden has created a campaign to encourage more users to take photos of restaurant foods so they can replicate the dish at home.
E-cigarette company to launch TV advertising campaign
An e-cigarette company is set to test the UK’s almost 50-year ban on promoting smoking on TV, with a controversial advertising campaign telling smokers of the virtues of puffing on a product that uses nicotine.
E-Lites, which makes electronic cigarettes which do not contain tar but do use addiction-forming nicotine, is to launch a national TV advertising campaign on Saturday, 19 January.
Red Stripe transform London corner shop into giant music machine
Nice idea from Red Stripe where the shop, Best Supermarket, was radically transformed overnight from a typical neighbourhood store selling everyday goods to an all-singing, all-dancing musical masterpiece by Red Stripe lager beer for their Make Music in the Corner Shop project which brought a little slice of Jamaica to the UK for one day only.
Googles new campaign for the Chromebook laptop is turning New York City’s Times Square into a photo gallery. Googles For Everyone has invited the world to upload photos to answer the question: “Who are Chromebooks for?”
Using it’s simple application users can submit a photo, add a caption and it’ll be shared on the site. For a few lucky people their images will appear on the big screens in Times Square.
adidas NEO is taking window shopping to a new level with an interactive digital window concept that connects to your smartphone. Now it is possible to shop after hours without an app or scanning a rubbish QR code.