Sponsored Video: Konica Minolta Prints Dreams in Brooklyn Bridge Park

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12/19/2013 9:00 AM |


Sometimes, it’s hard not to feel like your former dreams are a thing of the distant past. Not to be a downer, but times are tough, and you might be hoping to trade up your current job for something a little more fun as you sit there wondering whether you care more about making rent or making happy hour tonight, because you definitely can’t afford both. But hey, it wasn’t always this way. Remember when you were a kid, and had faith in the future and believed in yourself? Remember the days when you would confidently and fearlessly tell judgmental aunts and uncles at Thanksgiving that yes, you would be an astronaut slash fashion designer slash basket-weaver when you grew up? Wouldn’t it be nice if we could give that to the kids in our lives today? After all, it’s safe to assume they have something a little better in store for them than this generation did.

Maybe the best way to bring back for our capacity to dream big is to share it with today’s kids. Enter this Konica Minolta clip of a bunch of smiling kids and a magical dream printer that encourages them to aim high. Yes, it’s exactly just as cute as it sounds. Konica Minolta put this together because, well, they still want our long-abandoned wishes to come true, even if we’ve forgotten about them. Even if we may not still believe in our dreams, Konica still does. Or maybe the real reason they created it is because those kids’ smiles are pretty much priceless. If that doesn’t cheer up you up, well, soon it will be happy hour, so at least you have that.

Check out the video after the jump:


This post is sponsored by Konica Minolta.

One Comment

  • As the artist inside the box drawing the kids here, I’ll add that it was one of my more unusual and enjoyable jobs. The kids had a ball and I enjoyed bantering with them as the Dream Printer. Heard some fun reactions from them too from inside my little “doghouse.” Always a kick to bring that out of people, and especially kids. Kudos to Konica Minolta for a great, wholesome promotion.