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Sweaty Christmas jumpers are now a thing

It’s the first of December so cue the Christmas themed products! That being said I quite like this one, it’s a bit different and plays on the trend that people like to wear horrible Christmas jumpers. Four friends, Eric Drommerhausen, Kevin Knutson, Garrick Willhite and Scott Dahl have created the world’s first-ever Christmas product inspired by people who sweat too much, and coined it the...

TK Maxx delivers fake snow to customers

Ahhh the brands have started their Christmas PR stunts and I couldn’t be happier! TK Maxx is hiding a limited number of special snow globes in a few Irish stores from the 18th November, and if you happen to find one, which seems easy seeing as the globes are 2 foot long, then the discount store will deliver fake snow to your house. The advert’s pretty great as well. You might think this is a bit of a...

The BBQ Beard-Pinny – Tabasco partners with Urbanology to create must-have hipster BBQ accessory

What do you get when you cross a BBQ with a hipster? A messy beard, that’s what! To solve this sticky problem, hot sauce brand (and BBQ staple) Tabasco and ‘hipster lifestyle brand’ Urbanology have created the limited-edition beard pinny. Observe: The must-have accessory is part of a range of BBQ products on sale, with profits going to children’s food charity Magic Breakfast. Other products...

NIKE creates world’s first LED track when runners can race themselves

I’m not going to play it down – this is insanely cool from NIKE. The sportswear giant has created the ultimate pop-up for runners – the world’s first LED running track where you can actually race yourself. The figure-of-eight arena takes up a whole city block in Manila and is cleverly shaped like a NIKE’s LunarEpic running shoe. The 200 metre track is lined with LED screens which allow...

Samsung ad model interacts with commuters in real time stunt

To promote its new Gear S3 smart watch in Tel-Aviv, Israel, Samsung put this bus stop ad campaign together. The ad looks pretty standard fare – a male model posing with his watch under the brand name and tagline ‘Frontier – The time is now’ – until members of the public realise the model is being live-streamed as he starts to interact with them. A nice campaign, and a quick post for...

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