Monday, 31 October 2011
Selfridges Christmas windows are those that women dream of, there brightness and beauty draw you in, and take your breath away. It's a truly magical experience looking through the shiny thick glass, These windows are not only a feast for the eye's but a feast for the ears to. Each window has a built-in interactive musical box which passer's by can turn and change the song to the next jingle.
Get down to Selfridges to be immersed in your favourite festive tunes and guarantee yourself a White Christmas.
Coca Cola are having a white Christmas this year.
These packs were designed by Turner Duckworth and Coca-Cola North America Design,
For those of you who have started watching Frozen Planet - This piece of design took me straight to the Arctic, not only are these packs seasonal (not to mention cute). This bold design is also new campaign to help protect the polar bear’s Arctic home.
'We want to help the polar bear - a beloved Coca-Cola icon since 1922 - by helping conserve its Arctic habitat,' said Muhtar Kent, Chairman and CEO of The Coca-Cola Company. 'That’s why we’re using one of our greatest assets - our flagship brand,
Coca-Cola - to raise awareness for this important cause. And by partnering with WWF, we can truly make a positive difference for these majestic animals.'
'Coca-Cola is making an initial donation of $2 million to WWF and inviting others to join the effort. Anyone who wants to help the polar bears can text the package code to 357357 to donate $1 to WWF. They also can donate online at ArcticHome.com, starting November 1. Coca-Cola will match all donations made with a package code by March 15, 2012, up to a total of $1 million.'
Quote taken from - The Dieline
These are for sale now, until Feb 2012, be sure to have these chilling in your fridge over the festive season, get donating now.
If you need another push - Watch Frozen Planet on BBC1 - You will be running to your local shop for a can of Polar Bear Coke!
Friday, 21 October 2011
Last night I went to the official 'Movember Launch Party' held at the Village Underground E2, I had a motastic time with the Mo Sister's and Brother's.
As some of you may know this time last year my Dad was in Hospital getting treated for Prostate Cancer so this is a charity so very close to my heart (My Dad is now doing really well and our friends & family are so relieved and chuffed that we aren't all suffering like last year) - I wish the Movember team all the very best for this Movember, let's try and beat last years record of £11.7 million (UK campaign).
Say good bye to your upper lip, razors & shaving foam say hello to masculinity, and ten more minutes in bed. Let the hairy raising commence. And guys 80% of girls think men are more attractive with facial hair, so get it on.
Monday, 3 October 2011
Golden Tree - Martin Brooks - Directed by - Ninian Doff
I have just got back from 'The Reel Present's' night, at Cafe 101 in Brick Lane E2 London Town. This was my favorite short of the night wanted very much share it with you guy's. I absolutely adore everything about this 3 minute film, the music the graphics the people the shapes they make, the camera angle, the blue southern sky - LOVE! Or maybe it's the Red Stripe talking, see for yourself.
Im definately going to pull out the Archer when I get my wheels on that sunny tarmac.
"‘The Reel Presents…’ screening night, you’re missing out on something special.
Each month we collect the very best new short-form work we’ve seen (shorts, pop promos, experimental pieces, branded content), slap it all together in a sensation-tickling order, court a triple-awesome guest into sharing their knowledge/insight/filmy-bits-and-bobs, set a load of comfy couches in front of a big screen, invite a lot of sexy young/old/in-the-middle peeps (we’re talking about you, you saucy sausage!), give the barman a wodge of money to keep them lubricated, sit back and bask in creative goodness."
Quote - The Reel Website