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Monthly Archives: September 2012
Props to JWT Brazil for this ace ad. A print advert in Brazilian magazine Capricho turns into an iPhone speaker, to celebrate Coca-Cola.FM’s first anniversary. Coca-Cola Print Ad Transforms Into A Simple DIY iPhone Speaker – DesignTAXI.com.
Anyone who read a newspaper, watched TV news, listened to the radio or was online last week would have seen that Apple was named the coolest brand in a list compiled by CoolBrands’ expert panel (and a survey of 3,000 … Continue reading
Back in January 2011, Scandinavian food was tipped to be TNBT. Waitrose had started stocking it and Noma had recently been named World’s Best Restaurant. The Grocer has just announced that Ocado has launched a “Scandinavian shop-within-a-shop featuring almost 140 … Continue reading
Just had my first ever invitation to ‘dunch’! Here’s the Urban Dictionary definition: Dunch refers to a meal enjoyed subsequent to lunch but prior to dinner.
“A mum’s and dads’ guide to music’s next big things“. Get down with the kids. Or the ‘rents, in this case. Here are a few I liked the look/sound of from the list: AlunaGeorge (Your Drums, Your Love – out … Continue reading
Saw this on Sunday Brunch this morning. The YO! company (set up by entrepreneur Simon Woodroffe and parent company of YO! Sushi) has come up with a new model for the home of the future. On the YO! website, he … Continue reading