Does Silverpeak Apothecary point to how high-quality marijuana will be sold as it's legalized across the U.S. of A.?
Colorado’s legalization of marijuana at the end of 2013 has set an entire category of legal, regulated commerce into motion that didn’t previously exist. For Coloradans, what was previously the province of phone calls and street corners is now able to be fully and properly presented. Now ‘good weed’ can actually be marketed in an upscale environment. What might such an environment look like? The answer could come from Silverpeak Apothecary.
Google may one day track your content consumption and prevent TV spoilers from ever reaching you
With landmark TV shows ready to reach their finales, and the culture of binge-watching shows on the web stronger than ever, many people are fiercely defensive of their right to experience their shows with a fresh eye. With the Web simultaneously swimming with spoilers and becoming more individualized, this seems like an early opportunity to start priming pages for individual content consumers.
Marjan van Aubel mixes appeal of stained-glass windows, which people have appreciated for centuries, with latest in solar tech
Tech worshippers could soon be connecting to a higher power in more ways than one, with a solar-powered stained-glass window that can charge tech tools. Dutch designer Marjan van Aubel’s design New Creation uses glass that works like solar cells to top up digital devices.
The body-accomodating first product from MysteryVIbe brims with high-tech options that seek only to please
During this week’s TechCrunch Disrupt 2015 in New York City, one company will be singing the praises of the high-tech it’s packed into a smooth (and totally adequately sized) package—one designed to make a body feel good from the inside out.
French artist Levalet transforms the urban environment into humor-filled, life-sized installations
You may not have ever thought of your art teacher as the next Banksy, but for students of French artist Levalet, that’s pretty much what it’s like. For six years, Levalet has been using everyday objects and city infrastructure in Paris to create a sizable portfolio of playful, life-sized street art.
Circle Training's social media campaign helps put a face and stop to youth unemployment
Employment statistics for young people, especially in the U.K., are grim, with unemployment figures hitting 1 million in 2011. The currently unemployed are often taught to view themselves as at fault for their situation, but the truth is that there are many other parties that need to be taken to task. One employment nonprofit called Circle Training is now using Twitter to directly appeal to employers to hire more young people in a campaign called The Jobless Generation.
Hong Kong Cleanup shows residents what litterers look like thanks to DNA traces found on paper cups, cigarette butts, and even used condoms
Launched April 22 in recognition of Earth Day 2015, the video “The Face of Litter” caps off a collaborative campaign by the Hong Kong Cleanup, Ecozine, and The Nature Conservancy to show Hong Kong residents that litterers are among us, and that their garbage isn’t all that they leave behind.
The Mothership is a design unit that's amplifying music and culture throughout the city's historic districts
To highlight the cultural vibrancy of Detroit’s North End, design studio AKOAKI has developed the Mothership, a mobile DJ booth and broadcast module that will stage events and experimental happenings around the city.
A series of live dining events named FOODOGRAPHY caters to those who care to share their #foodporn
Foodies all over the world are flocking to FOODOGRAPHY, a continuous string of events and workshops that focus on dishes that are highly photogenic and perfect to ensure trusty Instagram followers are green with envy.
Vangardist collaborates with Saatchi and Saatchi to re-spark a public health dialogue about the virus
Vangardist, the progressive men’s magazine based in Vienna, stays true to its forward-thinking artistic vision with its most recent issue that puts stories about HIV directly into the hands of readers. The publication has generated awareness about HIV by printing a special edition where every word and page contains HIV+ blood-infused ink.
Inspired by the surface of butterfly wings, Bubbles has the potential to transform the way we take in air and urban environments
Air pollution is one of the biggest global killers, affecting over 100 million people each year. Orproject, an innovation firm that focuses on interiors and architecture with offices in London, Beijing and New Delhi aims to combat this with a new project named Bubbles.