Sportsgirl ‘Shoppable Window’ Experience

Sportsgirl has created an integrated shopping experience with the launch of its brand new digital concept, ‘Window Shop’. Melbourne consumers can now shop the windows of the infamous Chapel St Sportsgirl flagship store by aiming their phones or iPads at the changing displays, which then pick up the current QR code system. “The aim of […]

2012 Food Trends

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2012 Food Trends

Mobile Vendors High streets cluttered with chains are meaning opportunities for street food, pop-ups and food trucks. Little capital, resources, or planning are required. Chefs have greater freedom to try out menu items, restaurant themes and are able to showcase brands in unusual locations including public areas, art galleries and festivals. With even the big […]

Today we ❤ Minakani Walls

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Today we ❤ Minakani Walls

Minakani, is the Paris-based studio by Frédéric Bonnin and Cécile Figuette, who create wonderful whimsical patterns, mainly for textile but not exclusively. 2 years ago, they’ve launched their walldecor offering custom size, made to order, exclusive motifs printed onto high-quality non-woven paper. Keeping a fresh and unique approach to colour and graphics they produce strong […]

Fashion meets Architecture

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Fashion meets Architecture

Looking for a break from the London cold to the even chillier Amsterdam the team at DC London stumbled across the following… Located at Amsterdam’s Damrak, hotel The Exchange opened her doors last December. The project, led by Otto Nan en Suzanne Oxenaar, brings a unique collaboration between fashion and architecture, where one to five-star […]

Boxpark

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Boxpark

Boxpark in London’s Shoreditch brings ‘more than sixty carefully chosen fashion, arts and lifestyle brands’ to the derelict land around the similarly blocky Shoreditch station. The concept is simple and imaginative. Take 60 standard shipping containers, paint them black and arrange them into a small village of retail outlets. Then invite a few dozen brands […]

Fancy a Room in London?

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Fancy a Room in London?

High up on the roof of Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank, a small vessel will perch throughout 2012. Described as  an observatory, a retreat and a studio, ‘A Room for London’ is a one-bedroom installation providing guests with a place of refuge and reflection amidst the flow of traffic at this iconic location in the […]

WOW! Craig&Karl’s Car Park Mural

Cornea shattering, iris exploding; Craig & Karl‘s latest large-scale mural literally rips your eyeballs from their optic nerves and smashes them around with colourful fury and rage. 72DP – as they call it – is essentially the transformation of a dark, concrete underground car park into a smörgåsbord of ultra-bright geometric forms that brazenly snake […]

London’s Double Decker Revamped

British designer Thomas Heatherwick has updated the look of London’s trademark busses – which date back half a century – to give them a modern edge. ‘It has been 50 years since a bus was last designed and commissioned specifically for London,’ Heatherwick says. ‘It has been an honour […] to take an integrated approach […]

‘Plant for the Planet’ Ad Campaign

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‘Plant for the Planet’ Ad Campaign

A wonderfully executed ad campaign by Legas Delaney Hamburg for Plant for the Planet, using cut leaves symbolizing their ability to absorb CO2. Beautiful work.