2208, 2014

Feast For The Eyes: Color Coded Food and Flowers

Sometimes it’s the simple things that make me happy like photographer Emily Blincoe’s  photos of food and plants that are perfectly organized by color. This is not a simple task as she has to collect a variety […]

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2108, 2014

Robot Delivers Room Service At Cupertino’s Aloft Hotel And Asks For Tweet Tips

Next time you stay at Cupertino’s high-tech Aloft Hotel room service could be delivered by a 3-foot-tall robot. Behold the A.L.O Botlr, aka SaviOne, a robot butler that provides concierge service to guests. The droid bellhop […]

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2008, 2014

Edible Packaging For Stonyfield Frozen Yogurt Pearls

Is the future of sustainable food edible packaging? 

Stonyfield has become the household name for sustainable, organic, healthy dairy food. It has always been Stonyfield’s goal to reduce the amount of packaging in their products and this is […]

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1908, 2014

Brushing Your Teeth…There’s An App For That Too Thanks To Oral-B

Everything these days seems to be “smart” with  a Bluetooth connection and an app. So why not your toothbrush? The new Oral-B interactive electric toothbrush with Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity and the Oral-B App  is the […]

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1808, 2014

Beauty, Baked: Estée Lauder Fragrance Flavored Cookie

Scent is a powerful ingredient for our senses that can change our mood, create an ambiance, or even inspire a cookie.

This month, Estée Lauder’s iconic perfume, Private Collection goes from bottle to baked-good, courtesy of Momofuku Milk Bar’s […]

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1508, 2014

I ♥ NY Creator, Milton Glaser, Designs Logo For Climate Change

Milton Glaser’s new graphic action is appropriately tagged, “It’s not warming, it’s dying.” With his concern for climate change, Mr.Glaser is taking action and raising awareness by selling buttons of the green fading to black buttons; […]

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1408, 2014

NYC Must Eat Food Fad Of The Month: Payard’s Macaron Ice Cream Sandwich

Run, don’t walk! This may be a limited time only food fad but I predict it may become a national food trend. We’ve seen how macarons have taken off. Now pair them with some […]

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1308, 2014

Pepsi Spire: You Be The Mixologist

The cola wars are getting more complicated and technical. PEPSI SPIRE is the first digital fountain that lets you personalize your favorite PEPSI brands. Choose your drink and mix in flavor shots all at the […]

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1208, 2014

“The Moment We Meet” – A Kinetic Installation Of Facial Expressions

Taiwanese artist Hsin-Chien Huang has created a kinetic installation titled “The Moment We Meet”. Using split-flap displays,  various expressions and emotions are rendered as the board flips through photographic portraits of people when they first meet. Each […]

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1108, 2014

America’s Largest Retailer Gets Rebranded. Who? USPS

Graphic design studio GrandArmy has overhauled the signage and packaging for the United States Postal Service in the “largest retail rebrand project in American history”. With over 31,000 retail locations, this makes the USPS […]

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808, 2014

Classic Kellogg’s Cereals Transformed Into Luxury Clutches By Anya Hindmarch

Bring your own Corn Flakes, Coco Puffs or Frosted Flakes to the next dinner party! For Autumn/Winter 2014, designer Anya Hindmarch has taken Kellogg’s most iconic cereals and added them to the Imperial Clutch collection. These playful clutches […]

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708, 2014

Beautiful Mix Of Wood And Metal

Industrial designer, Hilla Shamia, melds wood with aluminum to create unique pieces of furniture. You can see where the melted aluminum flows naturally into the wood filling in the negative space. It’s such a beautiful mix of […]

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608, 2014

The “AHA” Moment

We’ve all had some “Aha” moments. But did you ever wonder when successful people had theirs? This infographic is a great reminder that the “aha” moment can come at any time, any where.

Source: Entrepreneur 

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508, 2014

Heineken Ignite – Turning Bottles Into A Social Experience


Heineken Ignite: an interactive beer bottle that enhances social interaction, makes every bottle a part of the party and creates a memorable Heineken experience. It was first introduced in 2013. The Ignite 2.0 is slated […]

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408, 2014

Gone, But Not Forgotten Logos

In the last 20 years, we have seen a lot of companies disappear in the US. These were once household names. The company may be gone, but the logos will forever be a part of […]

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108, 2014

I Scream, We Scream, We All Scream For Xamaleón? Summer’s Coolest Color Changing Ice Cream

Remember Hypercolor clothing from the 80′s? It looked something like this…

It was a thermo-ink dyed material that would change colors when you put your warm of cold hands to it. Well, 37-year-old Spanish physicist and […]

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3107, 2014

A Voyage Through Iconic Houses

This is a well animated look at some of the most iconic homes made famous by the architects. They all seem so simple when you watch the animation yet they are so unique and detailed […]

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3007, 2014

Louboutin’s Signature Style Is Now Available For Nails

What brand do you think of when you see red soles and high, high, spike heels? Christian Louboutin of course. He has made spike heels and red soles his signature. Unmistakable in the luxury footwear […]

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2907, 2014

Emoji Among Us: A Short Documentary

Emoji’s have changed the way we communicate. We can’t ignore the fact that they have become a part of our mobile lexicon. Whether it’s a smiley face, a lightning bolt, a bag of money […]

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2807, 2014

Marie Claire Brings Excitement Back To The Cover

We know that the digital age has not killed print, especially magazines. And in print, we know the cover is the biggest selling point after the title. The cover has to capture the very […]

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2507, 2014

Summer Reading That’s Coffee Table Worthy


MCX launches its new book series, Material Innovation.

Product Design presents carefully selected products that showcase the innovative use of a particular material. The authors focus on specific product categories that include grown […]

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2407, 2014

Oreo Cookie Limited Edition Flavors Are Unique, Creative And A Little Crazy!

I was grocery shopping yesterday and noticed the insane amount of limited edition flavors by Oreo right now. The first one that first caught my eye was Oreo Limeade.

Limeade? Didn’t sound very enticing to me […]

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2307, 2014

Ikea Advertises Adoptable Dogs In Stores

This. Is. So. Good. Be sure to click through to the original post.

via Bookoisseur

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2307, 2014

Can A “Universal Typeface” Be Created? BIC Is Trying With The World’s Help

 BIC, the ballpoint pen brand, has launched a digital crowdsourcing campaign in an effort to create a universal typeface.  The universal typeface experiment asks people from around the world to submit their hand drawn […]

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2207, 2014

All Aboard! KitKat Wrappers Double As Train Tickets In Japan

This KitKat wrapper is actually a train ticket. Train travelers in northern Japan can use KitKat as train tickets as part of a pioneering scheme to rejuvenate tourism in a part of the country devastated by […]

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2107, 2014

Game of Thrones: Barbie-Style

Oh yes they did. Or rather “he” did. Mr Jim Rodda in Wisconsin has created some clothes every aspiring princess and Game of Thrones aficionada can get into. The Faire Play Armor Set is […]

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2107, 2014

Turning Color Into Sound

Have you ever heard colors? Synesthesia is the technical term to describe our senses crossing so we can hear color, taste sounds, see numbers as colors, etc. Some people have the inherent ability to do […]

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1807, 2014

Customization Is All About Hacking The Menu

Ever wonder what the “secret menu” is? Or ever want to create your own concoction that’s made to order? Well, did you know that most fast food restaurants have a “secret menu” and a lot […]

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1707, 2014

It Took A Rocket Scientist To Design A Pan To Boil Water Faster

Ideas come from everywhere. But sometimes, it’s just a matter of one’s own frustration to drive innovation and it actually took a rocket scientist to figure this one out: How to redesign the standard […]

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1607, 2014

Cork Is The New Black

Cork is having its moment as the “it” material in the fashion world. Cork is generally considered eco-friendly and is a sustainable material as each tree can harvest cork every nine years with a total […]

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1507, 2014

Wave The Monster Flag – New Logo Redesign Lives In Motion

This may be the first logo redesign that is created purely for the digital landscape. I love that they, Monster and Siegel+Gale, have designed an animated logo that is constantly in motion. Monster.com, is one of the leading online […]

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1407, 2014

From Mani and Pedi’s to the Living Room and Kitchen


Now you can have your favorite nail polish on the walls of your home. Ace Hardware, the largest retailer-owned hardware cooperative in the industry, and OPI, the world’s premier professional nail lacquer brand, have […]

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1107, 2014

Fragrance Jeans: Colorful and Fruity

This is wearable tech of another sort! Just in time for summer, Portuguese fashion brand Salsa has introduced its Collette Fragrance Jeans range. A collection of denim imbued with fruity smells. Fragrance jeans are available in green, pink, […]

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1007, 2014

Pepsi’s New Twist


PepsiCo teamed up with glass maker O-I New Product Development and Innovation to redesign the glass bottle by giving it a literal twist. The “Twist” bottle, according to its creators, aims to evoke nostalgia in older consumers while appearing cool to younger […]

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707, 2014

Starbucks White Cup Contest

“The cups are such a great canvas because you can try an abstract design and just keep adding to it,” said Briar Waterman, creative director for Starbucks digital team. “The design variations can be […]

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407, 2014

Evolution of The US Flag

Happy 4th Of July! Here’s a look at how the design of the US flag has evolved since 1767.

Via: Fast Company

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307, 2014

What Does Flavor Look And Feel Like?

In an attempt to show how Schwartz Flavour Shots, a new product launch, actually feels and tastes, director Chris Cairns composed The Sound of Taste. This is a what he describes as a kinetic installation or a ‘Sonic […]

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1401, 2014

Twitter Has 80% of World Leaders On-Board

According to The Realtime Report, 80% of the world’s political leaders are on Twitter. Not bad. Even if they may be assistants who post the actual tweets. One thing about politics: it’s always difficult […]

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2412, 2013

Self Cleaning Clothing

This is a really cool Kickstarter project caled Silic. Silic makes t-shirts that are waterproof and stain resistant. That white tee will always be white! It is…

“Self Cleaning Clothing With Hydrophobic Nanotechnology. Ultra Soft, […]

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