After celebrating “after hours atheletes” (see below) — which won the Gold Lion at Cannes last June — Puma now has a new application “Life’s Score Board.” Created by Droga5, the scoreboard allows you to track some of life’s competitions. Try it yourself, click here!
Check out OK GO– indie music’s most viral group– has come out with its newest music video, created with the outsider dance troupe, Philobus showing a human kaleidoscope through a transparent floor. I recommend watching this music video in the interactive html5 version, click here.
In addition to
the video, the group has developped a partnership with Google Japan. They create a human alphabet that allows you to spread a personnalized message (only if you use Chrome), just click here. You wont be surprised at what message I chose!
The Sydney Opera House is Australia’s most iconic work of architecture. Just about everyone knows what the opera house looks like on the outside, but what about the inside? Luckily we have the Ship Song Project: a project featuring some of Australia’s best known performing artists, singing Nick Cave’s eponymous song in various spaces within the Sydney Opera House. Featuring Angus and Julia Stone, Sarah Blasko, Daniel Johns and Katie Noonan and directed by Paul Goodman, this music video will show you a side of the Opera House that you’ve never before seen — and the music will give you goose bumps!
Have you heard of Twusic? A contraction of Twitter + Music, Twusic is a music sharing service that works through Twitter. It allows you to create your playlist and your
own radio station using bits of music that you’ve heard and tweeted and those that other tweeters have hashtagged with #nowplaying. Twusic gives you information about the artists that you listen to and offers similar music and allows you to follow friends.
Perhaps you have already seen the above video by the artist Rabarama, directed by the Drawlight studio. This 3D projection onto a human-shaped sculpture will be shown in Florence as part of an “Anti-conformity Exhibition” until the end of September. TBWA\Worldwide’s blog Curiosity Counts posted a similar project by Zach Lieberman called “Chase No Face” a digital
project using the singer Olga Bell’s face.