Leading letterbox florist Bloom & Wild has worked with architects and graphic designers to reimagine seven famous landmarks using biophilic design — and the final results are stunning. Shout out to Novos for this campaign.
Depending on the gaming console you use and your age, your hands could fit snugly around the controller or it could be a bit of a stretch.
While it's unclear how technology will evolve to help us game, casino review site SlotsWise has drawn up a 3D image of what our paws could look like if we keep up our hobby.
Shout out to Kaizen for this campaign.
First Place. Lead Role. Number One. When things are arranged in a sequence, we have a mild obsession with being the “first.” You want the blue ribbon. To be on the first page of search results. To have your story above the fold. Afterall, we prioritize the things that come first.
When beauty brands label their foundation shades with sequential numbers, they are implicitly prioritizing those at the beginning of the sequence. These products become more accessible to customers because they are often higher on store shelves and are not hidden behind the “See More” button on websites..
Big love to The Pudding for putting this together. It's brilliant.
M&S lodged an intellectual property claim with the High Court this week over its rival’s Cuthbert the Caterpillar cake.
The supermarket says the similarity between the two products leads consumers to believe they are of the same standard.
Call my cynical, but I've put this in the campaigns section...
The Cabinet Office blocked more than 8,000 attempts to access banned websites on its computer networks, new data shows.
Filtering systems detected thousands of requests to log on to sites containing explicit, pornographic and other blocked material.
Great use of FOI requests!
Figures released to Metro.co.uk under the Freedom of Information Act show 356 attempts were made to access Pornhub, one of the world’s biggest adult sites, at Whitehall last year.
In the late 18th century, women's hair styles went crazy! Create and share your own hair-raising design.
Love that the V&A have still been creating great content while they have been closed during the pandemic.
Leeds-based Northern Monk brewery and Bradford-based crisps brand Seabrook have joined forces to create the world’s first crisp-flavoured beers.
Taking their inspiration from classic cheese and onion and prawn cocktail flavours, the beers blend beer and crisps in a way that’s “never been done before,” according to the brands. The new creations “symbolise the coming together of people in beer gardens,” apparently.