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Because who’s perfect anyway?

on December 6, 2013 by Tim Comments

Pro Infirmis is a Swiss organisation dedicated to achieving equal status and opportunities for handicapped people. Together with Jung von Matt they conducted an experiment: Rebuild manequins to match the actual bodies of handicapped people and use them in a regular fashion boutique. How will people react? Read more…

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This Exquisite Music Engine via Google Creative Lab

on December 5, 2013 by Mark Comments

This Exquisite Music Engine via Google Creative Lab is a demo of the music engine Dinahmoe developed for This Exquisite Forest, a collaborative art project produced by Google and Tate Modern. Read more…

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VW GTI Play The Road

on December 4, 2013 by Mark Comments

Volkswagen and Underworld collaborate on an innovative project that allows you to create music as you drive. The innovative app reads how and where you drive, translating it into music live. The app gets speed and RPM data from the GTI’s on-board computer. The steering acceleration and location data is calculated from a combination of the accelerometer, gyroscope and GPS receiver present in the iPhone. All of the data collected is filtered and smoothed before use. Read more…

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How can coffee sell unlimited VOD?

on December 3, 2013 by Bridget Comments

Why sleep when you can watch TV series non-stop?  To make sure people don’t sleep in France, Paris agency Buzzman has taken to selling coffee for CANALplay.  It’s called “Insomny Coffee” and it’s available in beans, ground or even as nespresso compatible capsules.

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Design and Color Trends 2014

on December 3, 2013 by Tim Comments

istock approached creatives from around the world and collected the strongest trends in colour and design: Pantone’s Color of the Year and Top 10 Hot or Not. Both are published as handy info graphics. Study them and you’ll surely be  #winning at your next creative presentation.

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Jony Fucking Ive

on December 1, 2013 by Tim Comments

‘Design it to look like my shit’ is a (not so children’s) guide for all you who are in the process of designing for iOS7. So you better listen to the man and design it like he would. Apparently the real Jony Ive hasn’t seen the fun it it (yet).

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Pharrell Williams is 24 Hours Happy

on December 1, 2013 by Tim Comments

On this site, Pharrell’s catchy new hit ‘Happy’ plays not just in in heavy rotation but 24 hours non-stop. All this happy dancing combined with a slick and thoughtful interface put a smile on my face. And it made me listen to the song, oh, I don’t know 11 times?

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Diesel GIF Booth

on November 29, 2013 by Mark Comments

The GIF booth works like a photo booth, going a step further to produce GIF animations instead of photographs. It uses VVVV technology and a large-format touch-screen interface. Visitors can create animated self-portraits and publish them to Tumblr in real-time. For the flagship store opening in Frankfurt, the GIFs from the booth were also instantly transmitted and displayed in a window installation composed of seven big screens, each individually managed by a Raspberry PI microcomputer. Read more…

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Names For Change Helping The Homeless

on November 28, 2013 by Mark Comments

Local homeless shelter Urban Ministries of Durham is selling the naming rights to every item in the shelter – from toilets to teddy bears to cans of tuna. All to help more people get from homelessness into homes of their own. Great initiative and the site is nicely designed too… Read more…

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A party to celebrate what you already own

on November 28, 2013 by Ana Comments

Patagoria remains consistent with its focus on sustainability. Thoroughly aligned with the values of its customers, Patagonia has already unleashed their Common Threads Initiative (an eBay program where Patagonia customers can sell their Patagonia stuff) and number of ads advising against conspicuous consumption.

This year, from Patagonia comes with Worn Wear initiative, launched just before the notorious Black Friday. The title of the campaign is “The Stories We Wear,” which is meant to remind us that clothes we already own become only more valuable with time, as they become part of the narrative of our life.

The campaign is taking place in 14 US cities (and at two places in New York City) and features a movie “Worn Wear,” a repair clinic, limited-edition beer, life music and food.

Sounds like a wonderful party.

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