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  • Curved corners: fancy packaging

    8 April 2016

    Is cutting corners a good thing? It is when it means a weight reduction of 30% of the packaging without influencing the product protection. Arcwise new curved and corrugated board lets brands choose this way, while improving the appeal with unusual shapes and unique designs. “Survey shows that round shapes are preferable to angular ones, ” says Rickard Hägglund, business

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  • In anxious anticipation: a series of unsettling suspense moments

    6 April 2016

    Kinfolk Magazine is famous for its minimal editorial articles, showing images that are so polished and organized to evoke a sense of calm when someone is gazing at a pictorial arrangement that is carefully displayed. The magazine new photographic series, called “Adrenaline”, however, is anything other than calming. Kinfolk has chosen artistic director Kyle Bean and photographer Aaron Tilley for

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  • 5 social media tricks to promote your business

    4 April 2016

    Social media offer a plethora of benefits to business owners. The evolution of platforms like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn means that is necessary to be aware of the hacks, both in general and specific, that can help to reach the chosen marketing objectives. 1- Know what’s hot If you can publish content that’s new and relevant to your market niche

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  • 10 things about beauty products packaging that consumers loathe

    1 April 2016

    Even if not everybody likes to be the object of constructive criticism, it’s clear how you can improve after a gentle critique – including beauty products brands. Denise Herich, cofounder of The Benchmaking Co., has asked to a female group to list their pet peeves about beauty products and why. 1- Inability to reach the last drop of product into

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  • Amazing metal organisms wielded by Mylinh Nguyen

    30 March 2016

    Artist and sculptor Mylinh Nguyen, inspired by animal forms both living and extinct, wields weird and alien metal creatures with precision and extreme accuracy, using materials such as bronze, silver and brass. Nguyen, born and raised in Brittany, has been formed under the direction of Fred Barnley and is living and working in Montreuil at the moment. Using a multitude

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  • Jessica Dance: knitted electronics and street style

    23 March 2016

    Jessica Dance, London-based textile artist and prop stylist (whose previous work can be seen here and here), gives to common and daily-used objects another layer of tangibility, transforming electronic apparel and accessories in knitted carbon copies with pure 100% wool yarn. After having previously worked on creating food into fuzzy and squishy replicas, the British artist is now focused on

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