Finally A Video On Child Abuse That Every Kid Can Watch And Learn From. Show It To Your Kids Tonight



Probably the best video on Child Abuse, this short film named Komal is being released in 12 Indian languages. The videos will also be released in “Accessible” versions to ensure that speech/hearing/vision impaired children are also able to watch this film and learn.

Spread this message and let young children know that help is just a call away.


Design Firm Puts Up A Billboard Across From Ogilvy HQ To Secure Meeting


What’s the best way to advertise your service to an ad agency? 

For Washington-based design firm Intridea, they decided that the direct approach worked best, so they posted a billboard directly across from the Ogilvy & Mather’s headquarters in Manhattan. 

Featuring the headline “Ogle this, Ogilvy”, the billboard included the URL oglethis.co that leads viewers to a website where they can collaborate and work together with the firm. 

According to a Facebook post, their advertising stunt “worked like a charm” and they “were able to successfully secure a meeting” with the ad agency


Six-Year-Old Talks About The Meaning Of Life, The Truth Behind Facebook Likes




A group of kids, age six to nine came together to create an inspiring video about the true meaning of life. The five minutes stop motion animation challenges our thinking by starting with a question asked by a six-year-old girl, “How sad would it be to get to the end of your life and realized you never truly lived?” 

She then went on to address societal issues like being caught up with fitting in with the cool crowd, and people obsessed with garnering Facebook “Likes” on their posts when they don't even like themselves.

IKEA Creates A Fun Vertical Wall-Apartment That You Can Climb

To promote the opening of the 30th IKEA store in Clermont-Ferrand, France, the Swedish furniture giant teamed up with communications agency ubi bene to install a vertical rock climbing wall covered with IKEA furniture. 

The nine-meter-tall wall is decorated just like a showroom, except it is fixed in a vertical position. Hand grips and steps are even installed on the artificial wall for rock climbing purposes. 

Members of the public are invited to climb the wall, with a safety harness and guidance from a professional, to try out the furniture in a fun and unique way. 











Check out the vertical wall-apartment below: