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  • 10 things about beauty products packaging that consumers loathe

    By on 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

    By on 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

    By on 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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  • No competition? You’ve got problems

    By on 21 March 2016

    What do entrepreneurs fear? Competition. And its absence is often viewd as a positive fact. But this is incorrect: who doesn’t have competitio should worry and be wary, because it could indicate a serious weakness. What are the reasons because a company does not have competition? 1) You play in a too narrow field When you’re creating a product it’s

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  • Pot and plate: the pouch of the future

    By on 18 March 2016

    Pace Ready Meals has just made an important advancement in the pouch packaging field: its pouch self-vents, it transforms itself into a bowl, when the top piece gets removed after the microwave heating. We have seen al lot of improvements and changes about pouches in the last years, wouldn’t you agree? This aluminum-laminated pouches, that were firstly invented to contain

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  • Can skin be considered a map? In this case, absolutely yes!

    By on 16 March 2016

    The English artist Mark Powell, inspired in his work by the transcendent creations of Jean Michael Basquiat and the hyperrealism of Chuck Close, is famous for him using Bic Biro pens to create amazing drawings on vintage envelopes, with the most various subjects, from flying birds to portraits. His rat has recently evolved, from envelopes to old maps used as

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