The Pop Up Agency is a group of six creative students who take residency at clients’ sites for 48 hours, deliver a concept or strategy, and then move on to their next destination.
STDTriage enables smartphone users to simply send an anonymous image of their intimate condition to a doctor, who will respond within 24 hours.
The Ask CT Food campaign is enabling those eating out to Instagram their meal and receive a recipe to recreate it at home.
The new project from Swedish artist Jonas Lund lets customers paint a picture of the pizza they’d like, and then receive its real-life likeness for actual consumption.
The You’ll Never Wear That Again Facebook app displays old photos of users to remind them of the clothes they no longer wear, and tells them how to donate them.
The Faktum Hotels campaign is encouraging those with a roof over their head to trade places with rough sleepers by booking a night in popular spots used by the homeless.
The Shout Out Louds have created a limited edition version of their new single Blue Ice as a playable piece of ice.
Linklib uses QR codes to give smartphone owners synced information about video playing on a different screen.
Umeå Energi has replaced bus stop advertising boards with therapeutic illumination, hoping to tackle instances of winter depression.
Civil Rights Captcha is using anti-spam tests to encourage website visitors to think about global human rights issues.