The Momentus Project is a collaborative effort of designers, illustrators and artists who create visual expressions of some of the most defining moments in US history.
Seeing this effort reminded me of an interview I heard the other weekend with David McCullough who said that "history is the most important topic that could be taught because it's about cause and effect; human action and consequence".
LivingSocial and Mind's Eye Media created the The LivingSocial Taxi which is terrific. A great reminder that LivingSocial isn't so much about discounts as it's about enabling new experiences.
Sometimes you don't really know how dated something has become until you place it side by side with the contemporary. Like the new 'bow tie' Budweiser can from JKR.
This piece of work for Nokia via W+K London is great and we'll probably be seeing it again at Cannes. It's all shot on the Nokia N8. And the making of video is just as entertaining while doing an excellent secondary job at selling the product.
Burberry created the Art of the Trench, a wonderful collage of trenches throughout the world. A great way to showcase the diversity one product can have. Have a trench look to share? Upload it.
It turns out you can have some fun with public service road safety messaging.
This GAP effort really works for me. LA is the denim capitol of the world and focusing on the 1969 Denim Studio gives a feeling to the GAP that's been absent for quite some time. (Unless I missed something.) Of course, the comments along with the video aren't kind. But I like it.
Here's a great extension of Mastercard's "Priceless" campaign by R/GA. The effort is called "Check In To the Ballgame" and all this month New Yorkers have a chance to find 20 decommissioned Yankee stadium seats placed across the city. Once found fans can then scan the embedded QR codes on the seats which will check them in via Facebook Places making them eligible to win VIP tix to a 2011 Yankee game.