Underwater Photos By Heather Landis

Gulf of the discouraged is a moving love tale by artist Heather Landis. The LA base photographer and photo illustrator establish a lot of only one of its kind and original ways to demonstrate the close particulars of an association, converse simply from side to side the motions, gesture, and bodily connections flanked by a man and a woman. Landis’ incredible talents for capture these mobile moments are obvious all through her series, and spectators will find themselves quickly between to the a range of feelings convey by the anonymous figures. From side to side these images, Landis take us on an touching roller coaster where we understanding the beginning, center, and end of the couple’s developing affair within immediately a mere a small number of minutes. Check out these cool love story images.

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6 Coolest Inventions you Probably Didn’t Know Exist

Progress Bar on a Traffic Light

A design award has been given for a concept that would allow existing traffic lights to be retrofitted with progress bars that offer a visual representation of when the light will change.
Damjan Stankovi -the designer- promotes this stoplight as an eco solution in the following ways: If you’ve got the amount of time you’ve got to stop in front of you, you can shut your engine off, wait, be calm, and turn it back on again when the time is almost up. This not only lessens the amount of gas you use sitting still, but it lessens the amount of crazy madness you have wondering if the stoplight is stuck, or just really, really long.

Waterproof Gadget Coating

Golden Shellback Coating is here and it is specifically created to protect gizmos against damage and loss of function due to harsh weather conditions and moisture. This protective shield produces a vacuum-deposited film that is non-flammable and insoluble in solvents. It is an ideal protection for plastic, copper, aluminum, metal, ceramic, steel, tin, or glass.
The price of this excellent anti-corrosion coating depends on the equipment you want to use it for. For the BlackBerry Pearl, $120; the iPod Shuffle, $60; the iPod Touch $120.

Airport Sleep Pods

Have you ever slept at the airport? For those of us who want the convenience of sleeping at the airport, without so much of the crazy, there’s these amazing things right here! “Sleep Box” they go by the name of, designed by Arch Group for those who need private time in strange, unfriendly places!
There’s a thousand instances where the ideal personal cubical could come in handy. Here’s one of them: the airport. In between flights, what do you do? Sit in some marginally comfortable seats. Lots of time in between flights, what do you do? Sleep box.
The box itself is 2mx1.4mx2.3m. The main bed is 2 0.6m, equipped with an automatic system which changes the linens (think Fifth Element.) The bed is a soft, flexible strip of polymer and pulp tissue.
Ventilation system, sound alerts, built-in LCD television, wireless internet access, power sockets, extra luggage space under lounges. Payment is made in time, anywhere from 15 minutes to several hours.

Live Checking Card

Do you know who the Green Monster is? It’s that skunk-of-a-bill that you get at the end of the month; it devours all your Dollars because you overspent! Only if you could use something like the Live Checking Card! A Credit Card won’t let you go beyond your limits. It’s a digital thang with an E-ink display that allows you to check your payment history on it. It even tracks your bank account’s transaction through RFID. A cumulative amount shows up on the screen every time you swipe the card; giving you your account balance on your finger tips.
Designers: Jin-young Yoon, Wook-sun Oh, Young-ho Lee & Jun-kyo Lee.

Hydropak – World’s First Portable Fuel Cell

The HydroPak is the world’s first commercially available fuel cell. The system consists of a fuel cell and water-activated power-cartridge. Insert a hydrogen cartridge and add water, and the fuel cell would be sufficient to recharge your laptop computer between 8 and 10 times. In addition, the HydroPak is designed with a common AC outlet as well as x2 USB connectors, allowing you to connect/charge a variety of appliances such as lights, television sets as well as communication systems. The unit will cost $400 dollars when released, and each disposable cartridge would cost about $20

All-In-One Credit Card

Quite a few of us use multiple credit cards and every time one card expires, its plastic adds to the trash. So do the numerous receipts that we accumulate after swiping our CC. The fundamental of the One Card Electronic Card is quite simple; it wants to eliminate the trash (and resolve issues like identity theft via discarded expired CCs) by proposing to be this all-credit-cards-in-one device. On one end of the gadget is a Memory Card Slot that will help the user upload their various CC Details.

10 Elevator Ads That Makes You Look Twice

Glass of milk

The traditional dunk of an Oreo cookie into a glass of milk was dramatized with the use of a panoramic elevator in a shopping mall. This attention-grabbing use of new media gave us one more way to show that Oreo is milk’s favorite cookie.

Superman, The Movie: Elevator

Creative elevator advertisement for Superman Movie.

“Morning Alarm”

This brilliantly executed idea was created by design agency Ogilvy Beijing of China for Maxwell House Coffee. When the doors opened, sleepy people in an office building were shocked awake, providing an effect that the designers figured mimics the effects of drinking a cup of coffee.
The design wont an international design award for “Best Use of Ambient Media: Large Scale”in 2008.

Keep your money in a safe place

The advert titled Elevator was done by ! advertising agency for INSURANCE (ALLIANZ company) in Iceland reminding you to “keep your money in a safe place”.

Look Inside

To promote the Body Worlds exhibit, these elevator doors were used displaying the outside of a human body and the message, look inside! Once the doors open, you have the opportunity to see the inside of the human body (stuck on the wall of course) just as you will see at the exhibit.

Scared of losing your hair?

They used elevators in corporate offices and residential buildings to deliver the menssage.
A face if a man was stuck on the elevator door.such that his hair was stuck on one door and rest on his face on the other. When the door opened, the hair pulled away. Another print was stuck in the inside of the elevator – Where the man was shown bald. The line read “Scared of losing your hair? Ask your doctor about Power of 1+4 .

Gold’s Gym Bodybuilder Elevator

Stickers showing two muscular arms were pasted outside the lift doors. Another sticker showing the torso of the body builder with arms stretched was pasted on the inside of the lift wall. When the lift door opened, the arms parted and looked as if the man is forcing the door open.

Death is only a mater of time

The advert titled Elevator was done by UNCLE GREY advertising agency in Norway. Snuff is a new clothes brand made especially for hard-core skiers. The clothes are only sold in Oslo and Hernsedal.
The client brief was to visualise Snuff`s selling idea: “death is only a mater of time”.
The solution was to make stick-on labels in the shape of hands holding knives with bloody stains. The stickers which was mounted on elevator doors around Oslo, had three diferent messages: “Going down?” (for use on elevator doors on the lower floor) and “Going up?” (for use on elevator doors on the top floor). The finale message read the clients logo and website.

FIAT Punto parking sensor.

Stickers were applied to elevators doors giving the false impression that the doors were not shutting properly, with the objative of introducing FIAT Punto parking sensor.

The Divorce lift

A Typical wedding photo was affixed to lift doors in a law firm.Unfortunately, every time the doors opened, the couple split up.
But help was at hand for everyone in the same position as soon as they stepped into the lift: a sign showed the name of the law firm and which floor their office was on

Big Beer Festival In Munich

A lot of beer.Superb festival of beer.

Oktoberfest is a sixteen-day festival held each year in Munich, Germany, running fair, with some six million people attending every year, and is an important part of Bavarian culture. Other cities across the world also hold Oktoberfest celebrations, modeled after the Munich event.

The Munich Oktoberfest, traditionally, takes place during the sixteen days up to and including the first Sunday in October. In 1994, the schedule was modified in response to German reunification so Visitors also eat huge amounts of habitual hearty fare such as Handle (chicken), Schweinsbraten (roast pork), Haxn (knuckle of pork), Steckerlfisch (grilled fish on a stick), Wurstel (sausages) along with Brezeln (Pretzel), Knodeln (potato or bread dumplings), K sesp tzle (cheese noodles), Reiberdatschi (potato pancakes), Sauerkraut or Rotkraut (red cabbage) along with such Bavarian delicacies as Obatzda (a fatty, spiced cheese-butter concoction) and Weisswurst (a white sausage)…

Have a passion for beer, music and festivity (Gem tlichkeit) ? Then Munich’s legendary Oktoberfest is for you! Taking place over two weeks in late September and early October, the Oktoberfest has grown into the world’s largest fair and attracts several millions of visitors from all over the world.

This tour is likely to sell out! Oktoberfest 2010 takes place from September 18 to October 4. The Oktoberfest Tour guarantees you a seat in the Hofbr u-Festzelt, the biggest, noisiest and most famous tent at Munich’s Oktoberfest. Reservations for Oktoberfest tents are notoriously difficult and the Munich Oktoberfest Tour will sell out, so book ahead to avoid disappointment!

Your tour starts with an Oktoberfest guided tour, on which you will learn all about the history, traditions and interesting facts associated with the world’s greatest beer festival. Then take a ride on board the Oktoberfest’s famous ferris wheel for a birds-eye view of the Oktoberfest grounds.

At noon your guide will accompany you to your reserved seats in the Hofbr u tent, sister to Munich’s famous Hofbr uhaus brewery. Your first 2 litres of beer and half a roast chicken (mandatory when reserving tables at the Oktoberfest!) are included, and your table is reserved for approximately five hours.

Inside the tent you can relax, drink the renowned Hofbr u beer and dance to the live music played by the Hofbr u-Festzelt’s band. Dancing on the tables is by no means complusory but is encouraged!

The Munich Oktoberfest, traditionally, takes place during the sixteen days up to and including the first Sunday in October. In 1994, the schedule was modified in response to German reunification so that if the first Sunday in October falls on the 1st or 2nd, then the festival will go on until October 3 (German Unity Day). Thus, the festival is now 17 days when the 1st Sunday is October 2 and 18 days when it is October 1. The festival is held on an area named the Theresienwiese (field, or meadow, of Therese), often called d’ Wiesn for short.

Fun In Summer

After looking these images i think about my childhood what i missed.When summers come every where on beach boys with out shirts and girls in short dresses.Summer is too hot season but its so cool for child and teen age boys or girls.School are closed and weekends starts for long time.In summers mostly people trow water on others and enjoy it.so lets see your summers collection.

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