Ahead of Christmas, which is traditionally associated with something magical and surprising, Levi’s store in London got invaded by strange-looking festive denim toys. The shop-window of the brand’s Regent Street store was decorated by weird elves and polka-dot textile-wrapped walls and podiums (ерун also form a maze inside the venue), which are all crafted by London-based interiors designer, graphic and illustration artist Gary Card.

The world renowned brand Lacoste in partnership with Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne, Switzerland, announced a prize to celebrate young and promising photographers at the exhibition dubbed ‘reGeneration 2: Tomorrow’s Photographers Today’ that took place at the Swiss photography museum. Out of 80 photographers, the jury of the Lacoste Elysee prize comittee selected 12 nominants from different countries. Among them there were:  Ueli Alder (Switzerland), Benjamin Beker (Serbia), Jen Davis (United States), Di Liu (China), Camila Rodrigo Graña (Peru),  Kalle Kataila (Finland), Geoffrey H. Short (New Zealand), Tereza Vlcková (Czech Republic) and others.

Converse paints the walls of British towns to promote its recent collaboration with popular and emerging musicians. The brand is known for its projects focused on celebrating arts and music culture, and this summer and fall it released several tracks by GB and U.S. entertainers. Recently, the footwear company has partnered with Monorex, a group of graffiti-inspired visual artists, to pay tribute to influential musicians by promoting indie music genres with street art.