British actor Gary Oldman wants you to stop paying attention to slick ad copy and celebrity endorsements, and start listening to the Internet to form your own opinions about tech products.
Bayview Village blended original artworks into its spring/summer campaign creative to bridge the gap between mass retailing and couture-style fashion design.
Recording artist Céline Dion, hockey star Sydney Crosby among famous people captured in life-sized wax sculptures unveiled in $13 million Grévin satellite museum in Montreal.
Digital storefronts for Sony, Rebecca Minkoff and TOMS pop up on Westfield San Francisco walls, while Dine on Time food-ordering app debuts on iTunes.
Sandton City and Audi had made an impression a while back with their “big top” show during SA Fashion Week. The South African mall brought back the theme for the holidays, this time with Zip Zap Circus, to help get kids off the streets.
Stockland Merrylands features professional, amateur and student artists this Easter in eclectic Eggshibition.
Don’t be fooled: Kids have a strong fashion sense and they’re confident enough to express it. Even Fashion Guy John Chwyl learned a thing or two.
Belmont Forum hosts celebrity chefs to launch Forum Fresh food precinct, runs Camp Cuisine program for school children to discover a variety of foods and learn the benefits of eating fresh produce in season.
The attitudes and habits of the generation that has grown up accustomed to technology and the digital world demand new communication strategies from corporations.