Cool commercial creativity and the lighter side of business.
The Alphabet Photography company does two things really well. Firstly, it frames art that is made up of letters of the alphabet, hence the company name. Secondly, it comes up with brilliant Christmas videos as a part of its content marketing strategy. This year's effort is quite delightful.
It's been a big year for vending machines. And, it's also been a big year for cardboard boxes. You've seen what one boy, Caine Monroy,...
Where do I start? How about, it includes two things that I really don't have much time for: Instagram photos and Nickelback. Yes, that about covers it.
If you're looking for an interesting party trick for this week's end of year parties, get yourself to a printer! This is almost like magic, but it's actually about perspective.
Did you fail to focus on what you needed to do today? Well, here's a video that will make you feel even worse about your ability to focus. Yes, that's right. At Anthill, we're here to help.
While I may have Bananarama running through my head at the very name of this boat, it's still one hell of a tub. While sadly...
While I am all for short, sharp meetings that actually achieve something, stand-up meetings tend to suck. Mainly because they tend not to be a comedic performance by all who attend. So, what can you do if your stand-up meetings suck? Here are a few helpful suggestions.
You have to admit it. Cats have a pretty fine life. They get to sleep a lot, play when they can be bothered, get fed and, when they demand attention, they usually get it. Breton the cat has 10 tips for a good life. And, we all want a good life, right?
Last year, on a dive boat, I met an onion salesman. True story. He was a newly qualified diver, and about to embark on a massive, life changing path. And, it wasn't about the money he was going to make. It was about doing what he wanted to do.
The challenges presented by Apple Maps on the iPhone 5 has brought some damn fine parody to light. Consider this. What if Apple Maps had been used in the Hunger Games?
In this video, strangers on the streets of Brussels are asked if they are willing to have their mind read by Dave, for an...
Cowards & Giants - it sounds like just another week in Australian talkback radio. But, it's not. It's an idea for a story for children, developed by two mates, Mat and Tom. The idea is to use the power of the internet to create a movie.
For far too long, cat videos have ruled the internet. You know it's true. It's about time the wrong was righted. However, the current internet meme, and 'over-night' user-generated photo site has something that is near, and dear, to the hearts of many: dog shaming.
When the organisers of Red Nose Day in New Zealand realised they didn't have a charity song for 2012, who did they call? Eventually,...
Hologram sure are a lot cooler since Arnold J. Rimmer marched around the decks of Red Dwarf. Steve Jobs is back, in a rapping parody to launch the hotness of the new iPhone 5.
Nikola Telsa was quite possible the most incredible entrepreneur of our time. Yet, what he achieved, including the 700 patents that are held in his name, are still largely unknown. Now, a self-funded writer/producer is raising money on Kickstarter to produce a movie about Tesla. The intention is to correct history, and give Tesla the recognition he deserves.
Adam Sacks is a guy who makes videos to amuse himself and hopefully everyone else too. His latest video, about the upcoming iPhone 5,...
Not that I'm complaining. But, really? When did it become cool to be a science nerd? There was a distinct moment in the past few months, where science became sexy. Perhaps many people are now ok with channelling their inner Dr. Sheldon Cooper.
This short film is set in a future where gamification has taken on a whole new meaning. Contact lens have a new application and the way people interact with their world moves into squarely into the realm of creepy. Better yet, snail zombies exist.
I don't know about you, but I'm looking forward to having 5G, in fact all the Gs, available on the cloud. The team at The Onion have woven their comedic magic and taken aim at HP, the cloud, Gs and CD-ROMs. The cloud must be getting pretty darn full. I mean, every second person you talk to is building something on the cloud, putting something on the cloud or building their own private cloud, which is very Rolling Stones, if you think about it.