Monday, February 11, 2008
Just in time for the recession, companies like WindowGain and NeoScape are doing what they can to brighten up those unsightly boarded-up and/or broken-window storefronts. Their mission: turn empty urban windows into digital message displays.
“It’s an innovative way to activate empty storefronts with new technology,” Randi Lathrop, who has overseen pilot projects in Boston, tells the Boston Globe.
Nice thinking. Almost anything looks better than those makeshift boarded up windows.
Thanks to David Gianatasio AdFreak.
Now that's a group of smart dogs. Looks like you're in good hands with these dog coaches. But actually it's Dazy not Daisy and Ringo is still working on dotting the "i" in his name...
Agency: .start, Munich
Creative Directors: Marco Mehrwald, Thomas Pakull
Art Director: Felix Ranft
Copywriter: Bjoern Pfarr