Via Smashing Magazine.
I tend to associate our trips to Kansas to visit my family with specific events or instances that happened while we were visiting. This delicious packaging makes me think of two years ago when we were back in Kansas for The New Year. It was the Monopoly trip. (My siblings nearly lived off the game for two days until things got too “competitive”.)
Needless to say, Andy Mangold, a sophmore at the Maryland Institute College of Art, showcases his own take on the game.
Waitrose Vodka, designed by Norwich graduate David Jenkins.
Because we like to the idea of being able to walk to work, and have always wanted to live downtown, we’ve decided that we’re done talking. We’re going to do.
One of the greatest aspects of moving downtown (besides being able to live 4 blocks away from work) is that we can sell one of our cars. It will be great! No more car payment, no more auto insurance, no more wondering when gas prices are going to go up again.
With that said…anyone interested in a magnetic gray 2007 Nissan Sentra?
By the way this isn’t actually my car…Indiana isn’t quite as green this time of year.
I just heard about this today. What a copout. Apple, my love still abounds for you, but this is low…this is really, really low.
The following is pulled directly from an article posted today on ComputerWorld:
“Wal-Mart Stores Inc. will begin selling Apple Inc.’s iPhone later this month, employees at several stores in the discount retail chain said today.
Wal-Mart’s corporate headquarters, however, would not confirm that the company will sell the iconic iPhone. A spokeswoman said only that “we are not making an official announcement at this time.”
Over the weekend, reports surfaced claiming that Wal-Mart, the largest retailer in U.S., would soon sell one or more models of the iPhone. On Saturday, for example, the San Jose Mercury News cited managers and employees at stores in Northern California who said that they were undergoing sales training and that the iPhone would be on store shelves either shortly before or right after Christmas.”
Read the full article here.
I found this via Peter and Paul today.
Taken directly from their site, “Peter and Paul is a creative communications practice…We plan, design and implement knowing that people react emotionally, instinctively and individually.”
Nest is a modern design superstore selling all the best bits of modern European design. They are in the process of developing the Nest brand and are designing a range of new promotional items.
As a disclaimer: The products don’t come with the nests before you ask. www.nest.co.uk