There’s a corporate message in here somewhere, but who cares? Giant Lego!
One of these suits is not like the others… Kidding! They’re all exactly the same.
Because nothing says rock’n'roll like “synergistic delivery into consumer end markets.”
One day, my child, taking a photo with an iPad will look cool. One day.
This guy had a helper to tell him when to jump off the end of the travelator thingy.
Speaking of travelators, according to every single MWC attendee, you CANNOT WALK ON THEM. Precious calories must be conserved by standing still.
This design for this stand (see below) — no lie — started out with the prerequisite to serve the best tea at the show. And it was good — I tried it.
The best banner at the show, period.
Estrella Damm is the local beer in Barcelona, and this in-show bar was constructed from crates of the stuff. It looked awesome.
Still using regular mail? What a loser.
That, readers, is called a “magazine.” It’s a kind of old-fashioned tablet, and this be-suited hipster was totally rocking one this afternoon.
It feels as good as it looks. The case is from Cygnet, btw.
Here’s the booth inspired by tea. Amongst all the plastic and vinyl signage, this chalk-on-blackboard stand was restful indeed.
This year, a bunch of journos were given NFC-equipped Sony handsets to test out the tech in and around Barcelona. This was the part of the main entrance for folks with regular badges…
… And this was the side for people who had managed to activate their NFC registration. Can you hear the crickets chirruping?