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Creative Suite New Look

Adobe Creative Suite needs no introduction: we all use it, and we all desperately try to keep up with their upgrades and their rising price tags. This week Adobe launched its latest version, CS6, which includes a whopping 19 applications and is divided in four main suites.

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Sharing a Coke

"Sharing a Coke" That was the three-word brief for Jonathan Mak’s recent design. All I can say is "Perfect".

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Genius Design of Re-imagined Classics

Combing the shelves of our local discount bookstore over lunch today, I rediscovered Quirky Classic by Quirk Books [VIA Quirk Books]
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The Art Lending Library

Today, the Jane Addams Hull-House Museum has re-instituted the "Art Lending Library" with the help of Threewalls gallery. The Art Lending Library allows Chicagoans to borrow original pieces of contemporary art for three months, for free!

[VIA Hull House]
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Not Your Father's Timex

Lately I've been checking out a lot of Phillipe Starck's ridiculously cool design work. His attention to detail and ability to rethink what is essential and strip away what was once thought of as mandatory is amazing. All his watch designs are unreal but this O-Ring design is a result of all those sensibilities and then some.
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Creating Creative space Physically and Soulfully

Sometimes when I am faced with a creative block, creative burnout or just need recharge, I often refer to my list of quotes from Eckhart Tolle. Eckhart Tolle is best known as the author of “The Power of Now’”, and “A New Earth.” His work is spiritual based, but so is creativity.
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Weight Watchers : New UK Packaging

Weight Watchers a goes for a “vibrant and appetizing” new packaging look. Do you think they hit the mark?

[VIA Packaging News UK]
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Restrictions on Common Food Names?

A number of food producers and organizations from multiple countries have launched the Consortium for Common Food Names, an international initiative that seeks to stop efforts to restrict the use of generic food names, including such efforts by the European Commission.

[VIA Packaging Digest]
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