The warring lords of Westeros need to recruit soldiers for their armies. Propaganda posters are a time honored and successful solution to recruitment troubles. Posters by artist Olivia Desianti.
Emoji icons and faces are quite popular, but a world where these faces were real would be drastically creepy, and downright scary. It would be fair to doubt that anyone would be smiling at these smileys. The set of images was created by ad agency Rosapark for a group called Innocence en Danger, a non-profit devoted to fighting the sexual abuse of children. The idea is to ask parents to be aware of who their child is chatting with online.
Album art has often been remarkably good, and good music seems to go very well with good album art. The blog Lego Albums has a collection of album covers made in Lego. It’s a bit of a damper that these aren’t actually made out of Lego, but digitally created to mimic the effect. Which, we guess is good enough, as creative ideas go.
Here’s another trailer for 300: Rise of an Empire. The movie is set for release on March 7.
Mask rotary watch has two layers, one masking the hour numbers except the relevant one, and the other doing the same for minutes. All other numbers remain hidden under the layers and give the watch a cool minimalist look. Interestingly enough, designer Filip Slováček mentions that all the “disgusting numbers” stay hidden. Although wearing our common sense hat, which is not good enough to change the heading, it apparently has more to do with the designer not being fluent in English, rather than finding numbers disgusting.
The video explains and proves why the sum of all natural numbers (1+2+3+4+…) is equal to -1/12. Right there, it’s not some massive number, but just one-twelfths, and that too negative!