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.
Oman based artist Nabhan Abdullatif (NaBHaN) has this series of very humorous conceptual illustrations. Several of them are also available as T-shirts.
Dr. Nathan Yau of Flowing Data has converted 100 famous movie quotes as charts to illustrate the words. We’re loving the chart, but the only gripe is that the individual images could be a wee bit bigger. Also available as a print.
Americans were asked to label countries in Europe, while Brits were asked to label states on a map of the USA. The effort is commendable, and the results are interesting and funny.
Advertising campaign for Lifebuoy handwash creates very icky reminder of washing hands before you eat. Developed by Singapore based Nemesis Pictures, the campaign shows several animals compacted into food-like shapes to get the message across.
Winter sun is a rare treat at several places. All that pervades in the season is gloom. In the modern world where we have a pill for everything, it definitely makes sense to have a pill for the sun! Sunlight Pills are a nice concept of glowing pills that bring you the sensation of being in a nice, sunny place like BoraBora, Bahamas, and Seychelles.
Chugging alcohol becomes easier, when you get to put four bottles of your favorite drinks all set to pour. To have it work, just place the glass under the chosen bottle, and push the trigger. Costs $50.
There are plenty of recommended measurements for food portions, but it is not exactly easy to follow them through simply because there is no easy way to keep all the measuring tools close. You can though always have your hand handy and use it to make very good approximations of how much your portion and serving should be. This image by GuardYourHealth serves as a simple guide for some basic measurements, including a cup, tablespoon, and teaspoon; all in your hand.