Dirt is Good -- The making of "Futures"
Dirt is Good. Especially when it's the result of your kids going out into the world to have fun, explore, learn and create. To illustrate this, we asked 3-times World champion sand artist, JooHeng Tan to build a series of 18-ton dirt sculptures showing kids' futures. (www.lowesingapore.com)
Unilever OMO THE FLYING EYE TEST
OMO brand laundry products Uniliver affiliated with the agency's Vietnam Lowe took out local activities of the Vietnamese people as a tool to help detect eye on children. Through kite Vietnamese families to play together during the holidays. By working with an ophthalmologist design kites that I write letters. And calculate the distance of the kite with the pla ...