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Taiwan Beer creates buzz for its latest product by dispatching drones to deliver six-packs of Honey Beer
Taiwan Beer turned to Wunderman Taiwan to promote the launch of a new product freshly brewed with local honey. Several drones were transformed into mechanical bees to encourage people to try Honey Beer. They were dispatched to help deliver six-packs to consumers’ offices.
Sustainable, rideable, and beautiful, the handcrafted 100% Agave Project from Gary Linden and Jose Cuervo makes surfing a truly organic experience
Jose Cuervo and renowned surfboard shaper Gary Linden have partnered up to develop the world’s first surfboard made entirely from agave materials. A vision of Linden’s for 25 years, the 100% Agave Project displays how surfing can be naturally sourced and reproducible.
Recent events have shown that our future demands a flag design that stands in direct contrast to flags that serve to divide—help PSFK envision what that might be
In light of recent events, PSFK is seeking submissions for a flag that combines strong design with a socially conscious message and symbolism (more instructions below). A flag for a better future, if you will.
How knick-knacks and trinkets indicate character and establish workplace culture in all office settings
PSFK Labs has launched The Desktop Debrief, an insight into the infinite selection of desktop products that drive creativity and well-being in the modern workplace.
MMA referee Mario Yamasaki has a unique, creative, and industry-relevant way of introducing himself
Lots of people use business cards to let others know information about themselves or their company. Mixed martial arts referee Mario Yamasaki has a new card with an unusual twist, as along with providing his name and contact information, it can also be used as a thumb war game.
Gum company's #FollowFood initiative will put a fresh smile on your food-stuffed face
Dentyne’s latest tactic to promote fresher breath persuades consumers to chew after having eaten. To prove how effectively their gum removes bad breath from unfortunate food choices, they’ve begun following meals in space as well as time. Dentyne has made and labeled their own food truck and will be following other food trucks across the United States reminding consumers what to do after meals.
Chinese company Xiao Zhu is conveying the dangers of air pollution by showing what can happen to future generations now
Xiao Zhu, a Chinese company, is projecting huge beams of light of suffering children onto toxic smoke as a way to promote a new social movement for clean air and sustainable business. The strategy is bold, horrific, and resourceful.
Adieu is a service that lets you outbid web advertisers and replace their banner ads with your own photos
Signing up for Adieu lets you take control of ad boxes and turn them into personal picture frames for better web browsing. However, unlike the regular ad blocker, Adieu doesn’t burn the publisher’s paycheck.
Why office architecture is central to greater productivity and happiness in the workspace
PSFK Labs is excited to present The Desktop Debrief, a comprehensive lowdown of trends in the modern office that inspire happier, more productive workers.
Fandango and Makerbot 3D printer sweepstakes acknowledges that film's sci-fi technology isn't too far off
If you think back to your favorite sci-fi movies of the past, you might be surprised to learn how much of their futuristic technologies already exist. Bionic arms? Check. Hoverbikes? Yep. Virtual reality? Even your grandma uses it.
To encourage blood donations, Glorix mosquito repellent made tiny human portraits out of blood from posthumous mosquitos
When asked to create a campaign for mosquito repellent brand Glorix, creative ad agency BBDO Russia Group decided to create micro-portraits from blood traces from slapped mosquitos. The agency wanted to turn the common hate for the blood-sucking pests into something more useful: a concern for the victims of mosquitoes. Sure, you could commiserate with anyone about how awful mosquitoes are. Or, you could consider that the same blood that mosquitos feed on could help save someone’s life.