Red Stripe Transforms London Corner Shop Into Pop-Up Music Shop
Much to the surprise of thirsty patrons at this East London corner store, fully stocked shelves, boxes and brooms came to life for a day, whistling and tapping to the tune of “Rudy, A Message to You” by Jamaican musician, Dandy Livingstone, later made famous by The Specials. The ad hoc symphony was prompted to action, gracing everyone in the store with a surprise symphony, each time a Red Stripe lager was removed from the refrigerator. 10 hidden cameras, 750 meters of cable and 12 meters of LED lights were used to create and record the crafty stunt. The film was directed by award-winning director Greg Brunkalla, with instruments by creative technologists Hirsch & Mann.
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Try something today. Count how many times someone brings up some sort of mental illness in normal conversation. Add that number up and tell me it doesn’t strike you as kind of weird how many normal people walk around with the belief that there is something wrong with them.
She assumed it was jewelry. Every year he gets her a charm for her gold chain or a pair of dangly earrings.
Fall if you will, but rise you must.
You may lose what would have been the joy of the experience had you not been so focused on some fabricated idea or unrealistic expectation you had of how it was going to turn out.