Room for art? The Clarion Hotel in Stockholm is accepting art as payment for staying in its rooms. Inspired by the Chelsea Hotel in NYC, the hotel aims to be a haven for young, upcoming artists as well as well-established artists.
A new ad salutes the “normal ones” in defiance of Apple’s famous “crazy ones” campaign. Papercut, a DVD, book and magazine shop in Stockholm, sells itself as the antidote to a boring life. “Because when you’re ordinary, you need something out of the ordinary.”
A jam-firing robot + some clean, white designer clothesSaatchi & Saatchi Stockholm set up a jam-firing robot in Stockholm’s Central Station. Facebook users can control the robot loaded with ketchup, chocolate and lingonberry jam and fire at a clean laundry target, which they can win… after it’s been washed.