What happens when you gather musicians, dancers, hackers, scientists, architects and creatives to talk about the blend of art and technology? To be perfectly honest, they won’t come to any very concrete conclusion, but one thing is guaranteed: the debate will be totally inspiring.
The nominations for this years Webby Awards are announced and we’re happy to say that the Urbanears website is nominated in two categories. That means we have the chance to win the Consumer Electronics category in the prestigious competition for the third year in a row. Check out the nominations here and here and give us your support by voting in People’s Voice.
We’ve just made a campaign to help Candyking launch Plopp, Gott & Blandat and Banana Skids in their pick and mix range. Since they’re all classic originals we thought it made sense to advertise with original artwork. So we asked three Swedish artists to interpret the new products in their own way. The result is now up on the streets for everyone to enjoy. Have a look at www.karamellkungen.se/original/. Pretty sweet, don’t you think?
We’re searching for you. A talented and experienced professional. You love technology, diversity, culture and media. You understand the principles of good communication and why they are still key in a digital marketplace. You have experience and the courage to combine technology, design and storytelling to create projects everyone else wish they had done.
This year the Lovie awards came in two colours for us at Oakwood: gold and bronze. Three of the first and two of the last. Thank you Zound Industries, Universal Music and Tutima for letting us do awesome work together with you.
Were looking for the next addition to our design team.
You’re a visual explorer with a great deal of love for brand development, graphic excellence, communication and visual expressions. You excel in all aspects of graphic design and equally confident in leading graphic production, digital as well as print.
This years nominations and shortlists for the Lovie Awards has been announced, and we’re happy to announce that the sites behind five of those nominations and seven shortlists are made by yours truly. The nominees and winners are selected by a jury, but the “People’s Choice” winners are decided by a public vote, so please spend one minute of your idle time to boost our chances and help us beat Google (among others). You’ll find our entries here:
If you’ve had a hard time reaching us on the phone lately, it’s because we’ve been stuck in a nuclear reactor. Nope, that’s not a lame excuse. We’ve been working with Universal Music Creative Labs to launch Avicii’s new album. We’ve built a huge cube with a black glass front, rigged up a stack of massive speakers around it and placed it in an old nuclear reactor at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.