Animal rescue organization Dallas Pets Alive! has come up with a very creative way to advocate the adoption of pets that have been left behind by their former owners.
To help their rescue dogs find new homes, they have collaborated with agency Dieste to launch “Muttbombing” on Instagram—this fun social media campaign involves puppies that photobombs selfies.
By inserting pictures of real-life dogs that are up for adoption into selfies found on the photo-sharing app, they hope to show a different side to these adorable pets—each digitally manipulated photo also comes with a witty caption that has been made to sound like it has been written by the canine photobomber itself.
In addition to “infiltrating” the pictures of regular people, the selfies of celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Miley Cyrus have also been “muttbombed”.
Head over to the campaign’s website to find more amusing Muttbombing selfies.
Sculptors Brendan Jamison and Mark Revels’ latest project is a traveling installation entitled ‘New York Sugar Metropolis’.
Providing more than 500,000 pieces of sugar cubes, they invite visitors to exercise their creativity and collaborate in creating fantasy cities and buildings of their imaginations.
The idea behind the project is to “engage local communities to embrace the power of creativity to improve their physical surroundings and enhance social interaction”.
Check out the collaborative creations below, or head to the Sugar Hill District of Harlem in June and July 2014, where it will be exhibited at the new multi-purpose Broadway Housing development.
Amazing idea for sending messages across - like Columbia river of light
The process of building “the scream booth” - video coming soon
Working on sugar scale project