Trees talk to each other at night.
All fish are named either Lorna or Jack.
Before your eyeballs fall out from watching too much TV, they get very loose.
Tiny bears live in drain pipes.
If you are very very quiet you can hear the clouds rub against the sky.
The moon and the sun had a fight a long time ago.
Everyone knows at least one secret language.
When nobody is looking, I can fly.
We are all held together by invisible threads.
Books get lonely too.
Sadness can be eaten.
I will always be there.”—Raul Gutierrez, “Lives I’ve Told My 3 Year Old Recently” (via words-in-lines)
Beautiful, imaginative and very pinchable white lies to tell little kids via @sdfahey
I recently received an email from an anonymous fan sharing how she pulled a Hawkeye Initiative themed prank on her CEO to illustrate a problem with some artwork. My personal compliments to her and her accomplice on a mission well done; they perfectly took the concept of The Hawkeye Initiative one…
Raising awareness and blasting ignorance in a beautiful, righteous way. Nicely done.
Battles can’t always be fought like a football game, with the offense and defense meeting each other head-on. Sometimes it’s most advantageous to infiltrate the enemy for a sneak attack—which is exactly what Dove is doing in its ongoing war against unrealistically svelte depictions of women in advertising.The decade-running “Real Beauty” campaign, which won a Grand Prix at Cannes in 2007, continues its assault on Photoshop by fighting fire with fire.
There are two main reasons why I use Dove. The first one being that I love the products and they work for my skin, but the campaign for real beauty is definitely the second.
Earlier this week I had the pleasure of attending the CorpComms Social Media in Action conference. It’s hard to pick a favourite speaker since they were all interesting in their own way, but the one with the most ‘wow’ factor for me was Jess Butcher from Blippar.