IKEA Dinner Party

Rob Cockerham from Cockeyed recently helped stage a dinner party in a Sacramento Ikea.

He writes:

Oh! Those IKEA room displays! Entire rooms full of furniture, lighting, rugs and notions. Any one of those rooms would be a great place to sit and entertain friends. They look so comfortable and inviting!

It was an invitation that Jason Adair couldn’t pass up. He decided to have a Fancy Dress Party at IKEA.

Rob’s video is below:

Subway Living Room

A group based in Prague turned a subway car into a living room this past weekend. Here’s their report and video:

– Mission: Travel first class … on the subway!
– When: April 4th, 2008, from 5pm onwards
– Where: Prague subway system (eastbound yellow line)
– Agents: 12

On Friday, April 4th, the commuters on one of the trains were rather surprised when a girl has boarded a train, carrying a rug, and spread it out on the floor. Imagine their shock at the next station, where two guys brought in a large armchair, on the following stations accompanied by a coatrack, table, antique telephone, slippers, and a flower in a vase.

This was just the set-up. At Jinonice, some six stations from the start, a dressed-up man came in, put his coat and umbrella at the rack, sat down in the armchair and made himself comfortable: he loosened his tie, removed his shoes and put on the slippers, picked up a magazine and started reading.

Do Not Push

Scene Diego put a giant button in a park labeled “Do Not Push.” The planted agents began to dance whenever the button was pushed.

They write:

Agent Gallakanokuss dropped the box, and plugged it in to our planted audio cable. Agent Poohead was hiding on the other side of the bushes, controlling the audio with an iPod. As soon as a few unsuspecting people walked by and couldn’t resist the “button” they pressed it only to find out they were the “life of the party” or a “freakin’ rockstar” as the button called them. Our Agents promptly jumped up and danced all around them. As soon as the song was over, they sat back down like nothing had happened.

White Canvas

A new video from Mission:Singapore. They write:

One of our agents, disguised as a Serbian Artist, settled down at a street corner and pretended to paint on an empty white canvas. Soon other agents arrived and pretended that they all saw something incredible on the canvas. As expected, passers by stopped and stared at the empty canvas and were confused by the statements made by our agents. Their reactions were priceless.