It’s predicted that 65% of children in school today will have jobs that don’t currently exist. At the recent World Economic Forum, a team of creatives from AKQA visualised what some of these jobs might be.
A decidedly over-the-top brand activation the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas appeared to be selling ‘sleeves’, or new bodies you can transfer your consciousness into. But, was anybody buying it?
Most brands would see consumers urinating on their advertising as a negative reaction, not Ikea. Infact, an icky new print piece actually invites expecting moms to ‘change their lives’ by peeing on the ad.
A common lament amongst young people is how out-of-reach the housing market has become. Enter M.A.D.i. an ingenious flat pack housing product that is affordable, fully customisable and only takes 6 hrs to assemble.
The skateboard: from rebellious 80s teen hobby to Olympic sport to… legitimate mode of transport? The new StarkBoard is more intuitive that other electric skateboards and uses a built-in gyroscope to detect (and react to) your body’s movements.
A team of passionate divers dreamed of capturing their subaquatic adventures more easily, more naturally and more beautifully. Out of this dream, iBubble the world’s first autonomous, underwater drone was born.