"Nuvem" ("Cloud" in Portuguese)—is the name of a 17-square feet open-air installation that reflects the sunlight in the day time and glows at night, resembling a cloudy sky.
Adidas celebrates women with a new campaign dubbed “all in for #mygirls,” which is rolling out across the globe as part of the brand’s biggest marketing campaign “all in” started in 2011. The brand kicked off the new girls-focused promotion on March 8 to coincide with International Women’s Day, celebrated in some countries.
In their 8th year operating in Russia, "pioneers of Russian retail design" as they call themselves, design agency FITCH have finally opened their first office in Moscow.
The device, powered by Google's Anroid OS, is to be officially presented at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February 2013.
Doodle 4 Google, an international creative contest for young artists to create their own Google doodles, this year was hosted in Russia for the first time. While the company's headquarter chose a futuristic topic for the 2012 event ("If I could travel in time, I’d visit…"), Google Russia gave the contest a rather patriotic twist having devoted it to the Russian authentic culture and history ("My city. My country"). As it was announced yesterday, Pyotr Alekseyev, an 8-year-old schoolboy from Belgorod, named the winner.
This month sees the two biggest Russian financial companies — VTB Group and BinBank — to launch their new retail banking brands on the local market.
Merging new technologies with modern art, Lexus encourages international artists of different genres to 'create the future today' and share their vision with the world.
The brand, being a sponsor and technical partner of the event, has launched a creative contest for young Russian lighting designers called "Laboratory of Light" as part of The Second Moscow International Festival of Light.