Things currently inspiring us…
When digital and fashion collide: the Google + Topshop project.
One of our favourite footballers Gareth Bale is in top form and driving us on to success.
Julia’s election announcement, eight months out. That’s eight months of entertaining political argy-bargy ahead of us.
US teen tennis player Sloane Stephens beating Serena Williams at the Aussie Open yesterday! The moment that took her from 17,000 followers on twitter to over 35,000!
Roger Federer. Cool under pressure, pure artist of the game and humble family man. He is the greatest player of the game the sport has ever seen. Oh and those hot pink shoes add just the right level of quirkiness!
Macca’s new advert – very Aussie all the way, from video content, to script and voiceover (Home and Away’s very own Alf Stewart!)
This is what you get when two incredibly talented people get together. Quite possibly the greatest wine ever made!
Don’t forego your sleep. If you do you’ll forego your creativity!
After having his appendix removed last week, Ben is inspired by http://www.etsy.com/shop/yourorgangrinder – a canny online shop that sells human organ-inspired toys in jars. Creepy, but undoubtedly cool!
Cadbury Marvellous Creations with Jelly Beans and Popping Candy – The only down-side to this exemplary showcase of chocolate mastery (aside from its highly addictive qualities) is that once you have tried it, any chocolate that doesn’t go ‘pop’ seems inferior.
The Paralympics ad campaign- thanks for the warm up, now for the real thing!
The Telstra Olympic ad – a great singalong and it really makes you proud to be an Aussie!
Ben often argues that despite dwindling sales, the daily newspaper is just as relevant as ever. With riveting news like this, maybe he’s right!
Quite possible the best line-up of the summer festival season!
The “Googirl” herself, Marissa Mayer. Google’s first woman engineer is now the new CEO of Yahoo. 37 years young, Marissa had an impressive career at Google managing Search, Gmail, iGoogle, Google News and Google Maps.
Muse’s London 2012 official song, Survival
We are eagerly anticipating the arrival of Topshop in Sydney, the when and where online conversation is very exciting, alot of hype and buzz. We believe the opening is expected to be as crazy as when Zara opened…!
Following months of weekend renovations, I finally have my weekends back! I am the newfound lady of leisurely cafe breakfasts (it’s also a nice break from the weekday oats!)
Seth MacFarlane keeps raising the bar
Little Creatures, which began as a small locally produced beer in Perth and dreamed up by three beer enthusiasts just over a decade ago, is now set to be sold in a deal worth around $381.6 million to drinks company Lion. Dreams can come true.
To celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s diamond anniversary as monarch of the British Commonwealth, London’s 117-year-old Tower Bridge was given a special boost with thousands of LED lights. How would you decorate the Harbour Bridge?
NBA star DeShawn Stevenson has solved the problem for visitors without cash to pay for their share of the beer and pizza. This proves there is a solution for every problem.
Solar Powered Queen waving….what more could you want. Love it.
Meet Jonathan Ive, Senior VP of Industrial Design at Apple. The mysterious genius behind the products.
My new touch football boots – for the start of the Winter season!
The Voice – Yes it’s cliché, but it is bloody good!
Facebook is buying Instagram for $1bn. With only 13 staff, it makes it the most expensive business (per staff member) in history. And Facebook goes from strength to strength…
This show keeps pushing the boundaries of suspense, creativity and awesomeness! It has proven so popular that part way through season 2 producers brought out ‘Talking Dead’ a program that discusses all its previous episodes….there’s no denying we can’t get enough!
Game of Thrones: Season two has started in the US and we can’t wait to watch it!
We recently went to watch John Cleese, one of the greatest comic talents the world has ever produced, not to mention the funniest walk, hearing about his history and beginnings was hugely entertaining. From Footlight to BBC Radio, Monty Python to Fawlty Towers, A Fish Called Wanda to the Bond franchise, the guy is a legend. Just don’t mention the war…