Exercise is one of the best ways to free the mind and to contemplate new possibilities for looming challenges. It also makes you look different. Check out this interesting showcase of people before and after they jog.
With the homeless begging for money on virtually every busy street corner someone had a cool idea. Why not turn some of the more interesting scrawls into original fonts? Then, sell them and donate the money to homelessness causes. Here’s the clever story.
We all know that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. But when does flattery border on narcissism? John Malkovich’s latest project recreates iconic photographs using – who else? – himself as the subject. Don’t get us wrong, we love the Malko, and the recreations are often brilliant and funny, but they beg the question…why? Perhaps the answer is: Why not?
Whether you’re marketing to the masses, fixing your bike, doing the crossword or trying to out-Jobs Steve with a sexy new innovation, changing thought patterns can be the key to unlocking a universe of new possibilities. Here’s why.
Big brands do battle on a whole different front. A mere matter of moments after the subtly curved iPhone 6 Plus became available, the Internet exploded with photos of bent iPhone 6s. It sounded like gangs of roving ruffians were heading into stores and snapping them in half. Was it a plot orchestrated by mainstream media? A design flaw? A reverse marketing scheme? Or just the haters wanting to take the tech giant down a notch? Our verdict: people will see how far anything flexible and curved will go before it snaps. Human nature demands it. We are wired to test the limits of flexibility. In short, we’re a curious bunch.