Creative advertisement made by CHI&Partners from London makes you think about passive smoking impact on children health. Roy Castle Lung Foundation are committed to medical research, reducing smoking and patient support. Second hand smoke in the home hospitalizes 17.000 children in United Kingdom every year.
From the streets of Boston to Hollywood people started to spot a robot figure that further got the name stikman. The figures are placed all over the states and are made out of corrugated plastic, vinyl records, burlap sacks or scraps of wood, metal or cloth. You can find the stikman on building walls, newspaper boxes and traffic signs, but he is most often seen in crosswalks as a sticker pasted to the pavement. Some people are finding him interesting, others think he is creepy, but no one knows who the creator is. Some has tried to contact him through his email but he has always refused to give his real name, he will tell you to just call him Bob.
Today you can get computers with different designs but what about having a living room decorated in your PC? A Russian artist made a model of a living room that has a sofa, armchairs, coffee table and a working lamp, in his computer. The living room is even containing a gumball machine, bottle of coke and the New York Times magazine.