Advertising is becoming more and more creative. Here, it appears that marketing whizzes over at GameStop took full advantage of an unassuming street by incorporating reflector dots into a game ad.
Known as guerilla marketing, the out-of-the-box advertising found here and in so many other places paint a Pac-Man in front of yellow reflector dots creating a game right on the street. Waka-waka.
Stairs You Can Slide Down
Depending on how much of a hurry one is in, going downstairs has options with this spiral slide and stairway. Obviously, this gorgeous mahogany slide is the envy of anyone who has had to climb and descend stairs day in and day out. Real-life chutes and ladders.
A child who lives in a house equipped with a slide like this is going to have kids begging for playdates every day. And it probably could be used as an easy way to send stuff downstairs. Laundry perhaps?
As technology progresses, so does the design of the day-to-day items we use. These zipped-up earbuds are basically everything one needs to avoid the wires from tangling or getting lost.
We wonder if this great idea can be attached to a zip-up hoodie and then our lives will be totally carefree.
A bike that converts into something that can be carried on the back. This designer thought of everything, it even comes with a special backpack! Bike or hike, this clever contraption opens up lots of options.
With a foldable bike, it’s convenient to get an Uber ride or jump on the metro. Some foldable bikes are even electric, which can give hikers some serious range.
Here is a very practical bike modification. Pushing a manual lawnmower is strenuous work. Here, a pair of legs and powerful torque makes mowing the lawn a breeze. Plus, it looks like it is a lot more fun to ride around while completing the chore.
It’s a huge stretch from the hi-tech lawnmowers we see today, but much more affordable!