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A Creative Mess #14 - Weekly Dose of Design Trends

DIY POPSICLE FAVOR BOXES

DIY POPSICLE FAVOR BOXES

Amy from 'Oh Happy Day', one of the craftiest blogs shares a downloadable artwork to a DIY popsicle favour boxes. There is NOTHING like a sweet, ice-cold popsicle on a hot Summer’s day spent in the sunshine! These fun mini favor boxes that can be used for your upcoming Spring / Summer parties and ice-cream socials!

HOW TO GET OVER COMMON CREATIVE FEARS (MAYBE)

HOW TO GET OVER COMMON CREATIVE FEARS (MAYBE)

Though we’re learning to conquer our individual challenges, there are some fears that probably ring true for all of us. These are some of those fears, and we’re going to get over them. Maybe. –Adam J. Kurtz

How To Design A Wearable For LeBron James

HOW TO DESIGN A WEARABLE FOR LEBRON JAMES

Designing a wearable for elite athletes like LeBron James is no small feat. The Cleveland Cavaliers forward needs the ability to precisely measure his performance on and off the court, share that data with his coaches and trainers, and visualize it to make sense of everything—all at an extreme level of detail that would be overkill for regular users. That requires a wearable he can wear literally 24/7—one that's lighter, more accurate, and fits better than any other wearable on the market.

How Dyson Invented A $399 Hairdryer With Nuclear Tech

HOW DYSON INVENTED A $399 HAIRDRYER WITH NUCLEAR TECH

Today, Dyson pulled the covers off of a new product, in a new category: a hair dryer, dubbed the Dyson Supersonic. Dyson bought 1,300 miles of hair tresses and used machines built for nuclear weapons to develop the ultimate hairdryer.

Simpsons

HOW DO YOU REDESIGN THE SIMPSONS?

The Simpsons has one of the strongest, most complete visual brands on Earth. What happens when you tear it apart?

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