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Inspiring animations from Sweden
The Swedish artist Johan Thörnqvist creates beautiful drawings out of ‘amateur’ pictures made with his phone. The pictures serve as a source of inspiration, in which Thörnqvist builds a whole new world that really speaks to your imagination. With his eye for detail and interesting point of view, Thörnqvist achieves to transform something boring into a place filled with interesting creatures and funny events.  Inspiring animations from Sweden
The Swedish artist Johan Thörnqvist creates beautiful drawings out of ‘amateur’ pictures made with his phone. The pictures serve as a source of inspiration, in which Thörnqvist builds a whole new world that really speaks to your imagination. With his eye for detail and interesting point of view, Thörnqvist achieves to transform something boring into a place filled with interesting creatures and funny events.  Inspiring animations from Sweden
The Swedish artist Johan Thörnqvist creates beautiful drawings out of ‘amateur’ pictures made with his phone. The pictures serve as a source of inspiration, in which Thörnqvist builds a whole new world that really speaks to your imagination. With his eye for detail and interesting point of view, Thörnqvist achieves to transform something boring into a place filled with interesting creatures and funny events.  Inspiring animations from Sweden
The Swedish artist Johan Thörnqvist creates beautiful drawings out of ‘amateur’ pictures made with his phone. The pictures serve as a source of inspiration, in which Thörnqvist builds a whole new world that really speaks to your imagination. With his eye for detail and interesting point of view, Thörnqvist achieves to transform something boring into a place filled with interesting creatures and funny events.  Inspiring animations from Sweden
The Swedish artist Johan Thörnqvist creates beautiful drawings out of ‘amateur’ pictures made with his phone. The pictures serve as a source of inspiration, in which Thörnqvist builds a whole new world that really speaks to your imagination. With his eye for detail and interesting point of view, Thörnqvist achieves to transform something boring into a place filled with interesting creatures and funny events. 

    Inspiring animations from Sweden

    The Swedish artist Johan Thörnqvist creates beautiful drawings out of ‘amateur’ pictures made with his phone. The pictures serve as a source of inspiration, in which Thörnqvist builds a whole new world that really speaks to your imagination. With his eye for detail and interesting point of view, Thörnqvist achieves to transform something boring into a place filled with interesting creatures and funny events. 

    Spend a night at the hotel of homeless people!

    Faktum, the Gothenburg’s street newspaper, started the ‘Faktum Hotel’ campaign in order to raise funds for helping approximately 3,400 people sleeping in the city’s open air. On the hotel’s website, visitors can ‘book’ by the price of 10$ one of the ten different ‘rooms’ used by the homeless around the city, such as park benches, forests and docks.

    The money goes to charity and the ‘room’ reservation raises awareness on the dramatical situation of people living on the streets. A great example of advertising for a social cause.

    Digital for social cause #1

    The use of social media to draw the public’s attention towards socially important issues is not a surprisingly fresh idea. However, as is the case with pretty much everything creative, such campaigns are not always perfect, and thus it is always intriguing to see something digital being used for a good cause, and in a creative way. The whole deal becomes that much more amazing when it is both, fun and effective, right?



    The QR-code part here is not entirely innovative per se, but the campaign as a whole, including the app, websites, and posters, is indeed quite creative and fun. Furthermore, this campaign manages to capture some sort of an atmosphere that is appealing to the campaign’s main target audience, the youngsters. Moreover, it does so through digital media, which is an undeniably great choice for the young who certainly spend more time looking at their iPhones rather than at the posters hanging on the street, for instance. Well, once again, the digital saves the world, or at least functions as a fun reminder to those of us who are ever-so-slightly irresponsible.