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This YouTube video from Nike is going viral because it’s brilliant

Nike had released a new ad celebrating London’s diverse, vibrant sports culture which features an array of stars including Skepta, Harry Kane, Michael Dapaah, Dina Asher-Smith, Mo Farah, Adebayo Akinfenwa, Ryan Sessegnon. Rio Ferdinand, Ian Wright and Gareth Southgate Titled ‘Nothing beats a Londoner’, the three-minute film is full of cameos as it shows young sportsmen and women describing the hurdles...

Intel set world record with stunning display of 1218 drones flying in sync

Intel set the first record of the Winter Olympics with a spectacular display of 1,218  drones (flying in sync) to create giant images of Olympic sports and the iconic Olympic rings in the skies over Pyeongchang. The drone light show that also set a new world record title for the “most unmanned aerial vehicles airborne simultaneously.” The world record flight was prerecorded for the event. 드륜기 쩔어...

TV channel Drama update Jane Austen for the Tinder generation

Three of the nation’s favourite love stories have been given a dramatic ‘digital makeover’ to show the devastating effect that digital devices could be having on modern romance – according to The Sun. Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen), Wuthering Heights (Emily Brontë) and Tess of the d’Urbervilles (Thomas Hardy) have all been meticulously reworked to incorporate modern digital memes such as internet dating,...

Absolut Vodka staff star in naked promotion for brand transparency

Alexandre Ricard, Pernod Ricard’s chief executive, has appeared naked in advertising campaign for the group’s Swedish vodka brand, Absolut. Styled as “the vodka with nothing to hide” Absolut hope to champion sustainability and brand transparency in the film, which takes the style of a tongue-in-cheek employee induction video – with a twist. Referencing Absolut Vodka’s CO2 neutral distillation process and...

A Canadian magazine is asking men to pay 26% more for its latest issue

A Canadian news and current affairs magazine Maclean’s has created two covers with two different prices—one at $8.81, the other at the regular price of $6.99—to reflect the 26 per cent gap between full-time wages paid to men and women in Canada. The content of both magazines is exactly the same. Extra proceeds from $8.81 cover will be donated to Indspire, an women’s charity. “Pay equity is having its moment...

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