Called “Picture it“, Porsche has made an online image application available that allows to combine your own images as background with images of Porsche cars.
Porsche suggests that you use an image of “your drive way” as background, but any other picture is possible as well (as long as it is smaller than 4MB). We’ve used some Flickr images of urban decay for a start.
See results below.
- Social Campaigns: Say it with few words
- DIY: Pixelart Bathroom
- DIY: Last minute Halloween masks
- DIY: US Candidate Puppets
Two more examples of simple but intriguing ad campaigns. The first one is for Amnesty International on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the second one for Greenpeace USA from their Anti Global Warming campaign. Click on the image for a larger version Click on the image for a larger version
As images from “Flickr” of a public restroom decorated with pixelart mosaics of a pacman are shooting around through many blogs again we wanted to remind our readers of the great guide at “Instructables.com” from last year on how to make such a mosaic…
If you didn’t have time to pick up a mask from a shop, “Forbes magazine” has – like the last years – put up a gallery of politicians and celebrities images together with a print out page (and DIY instructions) for each of the pictures.
We suggest to use heavy photo paper…
Finally you don’t have to shout at your TV anymore during Presidential Candidate debates. Get interactive and become the one who pulls the strings behind them. Or put a completely new twist to political education of your kids: Politics at your finger tips.
Anyway, at “Fold US Candidate” you can download PDF templates for finger puppets of the US Presidential candidates. Cut, fold, glue them together and you can hold your own presidential debates…”