The funny Turkish Airlines security video with Lego Movie characters

The Turkish airline innovate again in its security video, starring the Lego Movie characters.

When it comes to catching a flight, many times we take a joke when they explain the safety instructions before taking off. Either by fatigue, by repetition or by having seen it many times represented outside the plane, we pay no attention.

And it really is very important, because if any anomaly occurs, it can become very dangerous when you ignore the rules. That is why the airlines are striving more and more to try to capture our attention to transmit that information. One of the first to innovate was Turkish Airlines and its popular security video with Zach King, best known for being the magician of visual effects in short videos.

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50 years of Hot Wheels Evolution

Hot Wheels turns 50 and we review all their designs throughout history.

Who has not ever had a Hot Wheels car? Who has not been playing hours with the famous loop or flying bridge? Few toys manage to evoke us to a specific time of our childhood. I remember how Santa Claus left me a capsule with which you could project with force any of your cars. I was hours and hours with that simple stroller. And that was Hot Wheels, they put the car, the limit was set by your imagination.

Well, the brand owned by Mattel turns 50 and does it in top form, overcoming the problems arising from the emergence of new technologies. Hot Wheels has understood, like Lego, that we have to adapt to the new times. They have been able to find their place creating video games, launching special editions with licenses such as Super Mario or Batman and collaborating with YouTubers to create impossible circuits.

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The Diesel fake shop in New York

The popular clothing brand creates its own Diesel fake shop in New York.

In New York there is a street that is the paradise of fakes. Located between Chinatown and Little Italy, Canal Street is full of copies of clothes at a ridiculous price. The logos and name of the brands are delirious and the haggling as essential art before closing the purchase.

The brands see how their image is devalued with a product of poor quality. Few ways exist to combat this scourge, since they are very well organized organizations and achieve a level of replication that is almost exact for the piece.

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“Omo Book of Dirt”, The book for children that you can only read if you mess it up

So that they go out to play more to the street, Omo’s detergent brand has created a book for children who can only read if they mess it up.

New technologies are putting many obstacles to children’s education. More and more children want to spend time in front of the screen before going to play in the park. Also it is true that the games are educational and that, as demonstrated, has benefits in the intellectual development of children. The problem comes when this balance between learning and playing is broken in favor of new technologies.

That’s why the Omo, a brand of detergents has created a book for children who can only read if they mess it up. With it they encourage the little ones to go out to the street to experiment, discover and play to know the stories that keep those white pages.

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