Just stumbled upon this clever and hilarious prank:
The mirror in the toilet was replaced by a window pane. The gray lady’s identical twin is in an identically set-up room on the opposite side, mirroring her every move. Everybody who walks in gets very confused.
If you’re in a crowded city with a minimal budget (say, in the finals of a World Cup or something) and you don’t mind just camping it out, here’s an interesting solution of a tent masquerading as a covered vehicle. Blend into the urban landscape while surreptitiously having a good (and cheap!) night’s sleep right in the middle of the city!
rust the Japanese for the weirdest and yet engaging content on their variety show. In this one, they’ve managed to (in my view) put nostalgia and creepiness into one – a variety-show rendition of the famous ‘We are the World’ MTV.
Pulp fiction is a niche comic targeted at marketing and perhaps more specifically, graphic branding people. Above are just some excerpts taken out of one of the issues “Logo Reflections” where the artist pondered what would it be like if logos were more a current reflection of the company rather than the (future) projections. Each issue is about 20+ ‘slides’, and there are already ten issues!