Wednesday, 20 May 2009

Musical Road

Just the way I like 'em this...bizarre and brilliant with a hint of wtf.

How they managed to pull this off I'll never know. Great bit of thinking that has actually been made and seems to work! (if you listen very carefully and haven't got screaming kids in the back).

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Only in Japan...

Saturday, 16 May 2009

It's the end of the world!

Sitting in my flat, having a cup of tea when this pesky bird started squawking madly at me. Yes, it's a bright green parakeet...in London. What witchcraft is upon us?!














First the apolyptic stream of helicopters and now tropical birds. Strange things are afoot, and to quote Withnail, perhaps we are indeed entering into the arena of unwell. Fun though. Perhaps I'll jack in adverts and start papping properly, with a unique hook...only airbourne subject matters.

Tuesday, 12 May 2009

Helicopterama

I was in a meeting the other day, then suddenly looked out the window and saw loads of army (I think) helicopters in the sky. A whole line of them, like something out of Platoon. Freaked me out a bit as the first thing you think of is 'shit, we're under attack.'













I took some photos

I treated myself to a new digital SLR camera last week. Haven't got a clue how to use it, so last night I took an impromptu wander around West London and took a few shots.

It's really weird wandering around with an important looking camera as everyone is suddenly very suspicious of you - are you a paedo, a detective or even worse, a journo?

Anyway, I found a lovely black swan who posed for me no questions asked, so that was cool.





























































Thursday, 7 May 2009

A new Mother-load

Mother have just launched 2 new spots, one for Oasis and one for Coke. Check 'em out:

This the is Oasis one, Rubberduckzilla...

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And this is their new Coke spot, Yeah Yeah Yeah La La La, shot by Dougal Wilson.

Click here to see it.














I'm sure these spots will open up the usual 'wack attack randomness for the sake of it' or 'creative brilliance' debate about Mother's work. I personally think they're both great, leaning more towards Rubberduckzilla...but which ever camp you're in, one thing you can't accuse Mother of is executing first thoughts.