Soda Cups Here's a pretty fun optical illusion. It's a cup that looks like a bottle. Or maybe it's pregnant with a bottle? Fool your friends into believing that you're drinking out of a real live glass bottle! You must have some pretty gullible friends.
A South African man has become the first person to float from Robben Island to Cape Town using only helium balloons. Matt Silver-Vallance, who now lives in Coventry, took around an hour to make the mile crossing above the Atlantic.
In September 2006, the mayor of São Paulo passed a “Clean City Law,” which essentially banned all messages on the surfaces of buildings, buses, shops, taxis and even private homes. Almost seven years later, have all the businesses in São Paulo gone under? Hardly. In fact, good regulation encourages innovation, so as advertisers and marketers were forced to think "outside the billboard," it was an opportunity to tap into better, more creative ideas.
Braai lovers can support fellow compatriots this Heritage Day by taking part in the Savanna Adopt a Chop initiative. Savanna, true to their quirky nature and personality were moved by the plight of forgotten chops across the county.
The Loerie Awards are in town! With show business allure, Creative Week went live on Saturday 14 September, kicking off a week of creative innovation and acknowledgment. Looking back at the 1990’s there’s no doubt South Africans have a great sense of humour! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=825nSfTLIaA View more TV ads from the 1990s @ http://10and5.com/2013/09/10/loeries-retrospective-the-1990s/
It’s no secret that we South Africans aren't afraid of laughing at ourselves, and of course one of the issues that we still have to deal with is getting to cross cultural boundaries. This is in part what sets up the punch line for the new King Pie ad, which inverts stereotypes with a hilarious outcome. http://youtu.be/Lb-3sjDqfm8