That’s Interesting 22.06.18

Taking a mostly sporting theme, here’s a few things that made us say “That’s interesting” in the studio this week.


Sushi for all

Home Sweet Sushi has approached the Portugese design agency Savvy, for their new kids-special range. Having the children’s imagination in mind, the new packaging is designed to represent the simple yet exciting and colourful world of kids. On-pack illustrations are specifically inspired by children’s tactile relationship with food.

Click here to see the bright menu


Angry River

Armen Perian has created an unusual short-film with the help of machine learning and eye-tracking technology of Crossbeat New York, changing with sub-conscious influences. The film shifts its story in accordance to the feedback it receives from the audience’s gaze.

Sit back and enjoy the trailer here


TV is on

Instagram is reinventing itself as a multi-faceted platform by adding a new TV feature. IGTV, found within the Instagram or downloadable as a stand-alone app, will allow users to post longer clips through users’ personal channels, acting like video sharing platform. Looks like YouTube has competition!

Find out more here


Hawaiian Breeze

Corona has collaborated with ‘Parley for the Oceans’ for a brand-stretching project underlining their eco-consciousness. The duo has created 3 shirts from upcycled waste plastic. From a distance, each shirt design looks like a recognisable Hawaiian paradise, but look closer and you’ll see the pattern will include plastic items such as six-pack rings and plastic bottles polluting the ocean and affecting marine life.

Find out more here




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