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Behance: Most Inspiring Creative Projects This Week

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Behance on January 11, 2012. @behance


The Future of Food by Zim and Zou (Nancy, France)
Inspired by the latest technology in food, the 3D Foot Printer (yes, this really exists), a paper-craft hamburger to cover an issue of Icon Magazine.  [Project Link]

 


HTC Rhyme Accessories by Pedro Gomes (Portugal)
Ever had the problem of missing calls because your phone is buried in your bag? The HTC Rhyme offers a product to solve this problem, as well as the above, a cable-less bluetooth. [Project Link]

 


Heroes for Hire by HMT Studios (Quenzon City, Philippines)
What would a Job Ad for a Marvel Superhero look like? A poster series that puts our desk-jobs to shame…[Project Link]


FC Barcelona Vintage Football Cards by Diver & Aguilar (London, UK)

In the late 1800′s, cigarette companies began putting a single Football card in a pack of cigarettes to stiffen the pack and create brand loyalty. In 2011, these vintage cards were recreated to brand the Barcelona Football team. [Project Link]

 


Churchill Intergenerational Hub by Joshua McAlister (Melbourne, Australia)

A stunning modern design and a plan for each room (from a library to a town-hall room to rentable community classrooms)- what more could you want out of a Community Hub? [Project Link]

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