Many people are familiar with KFC’s “finger lickin’ good” food, but have you ever considered it as a creative medium? The fast food chain’s latest ad campaign doesn’t just whet your appetite—it also aims to spark the imagination. Expanding on the theme from its 2018 ad campaign, KFC reimagines its classic Hot & Spicy Chicken as fiery explosions. The clever compositions are created by creative agency Ogilvy.
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Once again, sports fashion brand Lacoste is replacing its iconic crocodile emblem with 10 different endangered species for a limited...
Philippines-based artist Patrick Cabral first came to our attention in 2017 for crafting intricate paper-cut portraits of endangered animals. Now, he’s taken his love of paper crafts to another level. This time, his three-part series of animal sculptures are made from MDF (medium-density fibreboard). The stunning designs were created for Starbucks Philippines and include a tiger, an elephant, and a quetzal bird. Each animal represents the region from where the coffee company sources its beans.
Photographer and filmmaker Drew Doggett is constantly seeking to reveal the details, textures, and forms of the natural world.
With Game of Thrones reaching its final episode, many fans of the television series will be sad to see it...
Many art forms require attention to detail, but Russian artist Salavat Fidai takes his craft to the next level with a growing portfolio of incredible pencil lead art. His latest series of micro sculptures pays homage to HBO’s Game of Thrones. From a miniature Iron Throne to a tiny, scaly dragon, each fragile piece is meticulously hand-carved from graphite pencil tips using an X-ACTO knife.
This spring, two beluga whales called Little Grey and Little White will travel from Changfeng Ocean World aquarium in Shanghai,...
Data visualizing company The Visual Agency has recently released a complete digitization of Leonardo da Vinci’s 12-volume, 1,119-page Codex Atlanticus.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Mark Zuckerberg (@zuck) on May 12, 2019 at 11:56am PDT Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is known around the world for being a tech entrepreneur, but did you know he also works on his own personal inventions? His latest creation, called “sleep box,” was created for his wife to help her sleeping patterns.
Practicing yoga with animals is nothing new—you’ve probably heard of dog yoga (aka doga)
French design studio Lumicene specializes in creating spaces that merge indoor living with nature.