Paper Dolls

With eyes always on nostalgia, pop culture has an endless arsenal of things they can revive, and it looks like paper dolls may be heading under the focusing lens. … Read More

Hybrid Kicks

My friend was gushing about these stylin’ shoes on Facebook the other day and it got me thinking.  I’ve known him a long time and he’s always loved ADIDAS since he was a kid, but rather than out growing them … Read More

Being There: Robotic Remote Workers

As a remote worker this lil’ fella really appealed to me!!  I wanna be “Robot Sally” roaming around the office!! As many positives there are for working remotely, one thing I really miss is the interaction with my workmates.  Well, … Read More

Make It A Bourbon On The Rocks… Or, Er… Tongue

There’s a fierce debate raging among my friends about whether this Jim Beam viral is gross or sexy. I’m falling more in the sexy camp… perhaps Sexily Gross? Whatever camp you fall in, you must admit it’s a fairly engaging … Read More

An Accidental Tweet That Turned Out Well

This is a funny twitter “incident” that made me chuckle and love the internet even more… (if that’s possible.) The Red Cross employee who mans their twitter account accidently sent out a seemingly drunk tweet.  PR crisis? Nope, the opposite. … Read More

The Return of the Wicked Witch?

Over the years we’ve watched the rise and fall of horror archetypes. We’ve blogged about a few of them too, from vampires to werewolves. And now things are lining up that point to a possible revival of the wicked witch. … Read More

Watching Your Business Grow… Literally.

We’ve talked about products being embedded with seeds in the Green Hot™ wave before but I just love this letter that Google sent out to it’s AdWords customers. At the bottom it said: “PS: This card was printed on 100% … Read More

She Said Yes

Stop the presses! Barbie and Ken are back together! Well, perhaps it’s not that dramatic, but for an on and off couple of over 40 years they’re ready to tell the world with a brand reboot. … Read More

Projecting A New Look

The Human Truth™ of Sensory Appeal™ is “When you add a new sensation, it all seems new”.  Well the visual art trend of projection mapping is truly making things seem brand new! Here’s an impressive example of taking interior design … Read More

Leaving The “Being Eaten” Part Out

This Canadian holiday resort understands how to create an immersive experience! This wading pool lets their guests get up close and personal with the residents of the Cochrane Polar Bear Habitat. Separated by two-inch thick Plexiglass these lucky swimmers get … Read More