Honest Slogan for Bic
Jul11

Honest Slogan for Bic

We’ve shown you some of these honest brand slogans before. They’re done by Clif Dickens. That’s right. One F, yo! This one for Bic, which just popped up last week, made me chuckle heartily though. So I thought, time to share! Although we don’t have any Bic pens lying around, we have a bunch of Bic lighters. Where did they come from? No one knows! They just got here. But speaking of Bic pens, who buys those...

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There’s a Real LEGO Bus Stop in London
Jun23

There’s a Real LEGO Bus Stop in London

Yeah, you read that right. There is a temporary but real LEGO bus stop in London right now. It was built from 100,000 plastic bricks — route signs, windows and seats — and is located on Regent Street. The only thing that isn’t made of LEGOs are the route maps, which were put onto the structure with adhesive.  The installation is designed to celebrate 200 years of London’s buses. What that has to do with LEGO,...

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Tata&Friends’ Rock Band Icons
Apr18

Tata&Friends’ Rock Band Icons

They’re literal interpretations of rock band names in icon form and they’re done by design studio Tata&Friends. That’s a pretty dumb name for a design studio, but these icon sets are pretty cool nonetheless. Although they suck as a band, The Sex Pistols have the funniest icon. Yeah, I said it. The Sex Pistols suck. Deal with it. You can see the full rock band icons collection here....

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Emoticons as (Kind of) Real People
Jan17

Emoticons as (Kind of) Real People

These come from an ad campaign created by Paris ad agency Rosapark. The campaign was created for international non-profit Innocence en Danger, which is devoted to fighting the sexual abuse of children. “The goal of this new campaign is to educate parents and children on the dangers of the Internet, the hazards of children and adolescents talking to people they do not know who may be hiding under false identities on social...

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Step Into the Void
Jan13

Step Into the Void

It’s a glass case that hangs 3,300 feet in the mountains on the top of the Aiguille du Midi mountain peak above Chamonix called Step Into the Void. Billed as the tallest attraction in Europe, the installation was created by French architect Pierre-Yves Chays. It took three years to finish. Visitors wear slippers so they don’t damage the glass. Not for those afraid of heights....

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This Grill will Do the Cooking For You
Jan08

This Grill will Do the Cooking For You

Lynx Grills just announced their Lynx Concept Grill or Lynx Smart Grill and by the sound of it, you pretty much need to do nothing except prepare the food for grilling. It’s voice activated, automatically cooks food to command and sends online notifications. It sounds literally foolproof. The grilling process begins with a couple of simple questions from the grill about what’s to be cooked. The grill connects to an online...

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