Tag Archives | Catalog

…Little Red Riding hood has been remade?

If Little Red Riding hood were turned into an IKEA catalog, I’d imagine it would come out looking something like this:

[Via: Brand Flakes For Breakfast]

…It’s Movie Monday: Hulger.tv?

Hulger 3D

Here’s a simple video with a neat little twist: Hulger makes Skype phones for the Mac and PC, so to show you what their phones actually look like, they have created a few 3D Vimeo videos for you to check out.

To get the full effect, you have to look at the screen with a piece of cardboard between your eyes (yes, this will make you look like a dumbass, but stick with me here) and just like a Magic Eye trick, the image will suddenly start to pop off the screen.

Give it a try:

To view the rest of their ‘catalog’, just visit the Hulger.tv site.


[Via: Josh Spear]

…Lakai wants it My Way?

Lakai My Way

Think you’ve got what it takes to be a Lakai shoe designer?

Then show them what you’ve got with the Lakai My Way Colorway Contest.

Entry is easy: On the Lakai site, simply grab a Telford or a Manchester Select design template, and then color them in any way you like. Then, send in your colorway to the Lakai team, and if they like your style, it’ll be turned into a shoe for the Fall ’09 catalog.

[Lakai Limited Footwear]

[Via: Format]

…Ecko Manufacturing hires hot girls?

Ecko Manufacturing

Ecko Manufacturing doesn’t look like any sweatshop that I’ve ever seen.

Apparently, after deciding that subtlety was just not their strong suit, Ecko Manufacturing decided to launch a viral ad campaign with the tagline of “Hot Girls Make Great Clothes”.

Whether or not that’s true is still up for debate, but there’s no debating the fact that a factory filled with hot girls is definitely one way to get people to browse through your catalog.

[Ecko Manufacturing]

…It’s Website Wednesday: Unphotographable?


Unphotographable is “a catalog of exceptional mistakes. Photos never taken that weren’t meant to be forgotten. Opportunities missed. Simple failures. Occasions when I wished I’d taken the picture, or not forgotten the camera, or had been brave enough to click the shutter.”

(If a picture is worth 1,000 words, how many pictures are Michael Murphy’s words worth?)