Due to the cost, paper quality and print limitation, I barely see eye-catching advertisement design on newspaper and never thought I would see anything good. However, these two McDonalds ads I came cross today, changed my mind totally. Not sure is how long these ads have been promoted, the design are pretty smart from my view. Just convince me again, sometimes, a clever idea can make up lots of things and brighten you eyes.
This is a weird and unusual post I ever made, the topic is about “dead flies“. Honestly, I’m not a big bug person. I find them to be truly unknowable creatures to the point where it’s unsettling. In a world so full of places that I am not, why are you buzzing around my head, crawling up my leg, hiding in my walls?
However, in a creative guy’s eyes, those tiny creature might live in the same kind of society like ours which we just don’t notice. So He tries to rebuild the flies world with their dead bodies. Petty dark…. but very creative.
I once wrote a blog about “noodle art” which draws celebrities face using noodle. Some of my friends don’t like that kind of art, said it was “waste food”. However, I believed when they saw today’s today, they might not have the same thought. Because it actually provides you with double enjoyment – visually and tastefully.
We are familiar with jam, which we use it for bread, cake. They are usually stored in a jar and packed in a portable case. But today, they are used as a drawing material, placed beautifully beside those cakes. Every color represents one flavor of jam and all of them makes up a pattern flower or butterfly. Look like really delicious. Do you think so?
Talented musical rats strike up a tune with their miniature instruments
Today, let’s meet two talent mice belonging to Roosendaal who have been trained by their owner to hold tiny instruments in their paws.
Single Ellen, from Roosendaal, Holland, revealed her pair of rodents are “really talented actors.” She said: “I never used to like rats, in fact, I really hated them. But when I bought these two I realized they were very intelligent and clean animals”