Tastemakr allows people to discover a new independent food maker, such as Vicky Graham and Vicky's Donuts, every day
U.K.-based website Tastemakr has launched an end-of-summer pop-up that reveals a new indie food maker every 24 hours for 24 days.
Following a wellness consultation, WellPath develops a customized nutritional solution for a person's unique wellness needs and goals
When it comes to health, no risk must be taken. However, not everyone is well informed or educated about proper nutrition. This is precisely why WellPath Founder Colin Darretta developed a nutritional solution that caters to an individual’s unique health and wellness goals.
Trees Delivery is the newest face of on-demand weed, using drones to provide high-quality marijuana at an affordable cost
San Francisco-based startup Trees Delivery is taking to the skies with an appropriate new take on marijuana delivery. Employing aerial drones to do the dirty work, the company is gearing up to carve a niche within an industry on the cusp of flourishing.
The Pilcrow Pub is a pub being built from scratch as it moves around the NOMA neighborhood in Manchester, England
NOMA is a 20-acre, £800 million redevelopment project in north Manchester. And like all English neighborhoods, it needs a good pub for the locals to go. That pub will be The Pilcrow, but unlike other construction projects in the area, this will be built by volunteers working with tradespeople, as a bid to revitalize disappearing craft skills.
A YO! Home optimizes on space while minimizing the design aesthetic of those living in it
A YO! Home offers multifunctional spaces via a combination of minimalist design and attention to detail. As another iteration of the growing trend in home design of doing more with less, it’s a new take on manufactured homes.
KITH Treats offers 24 different cereal flavors, served in cereal shoeboxes as designed by well-known names like Andre Agassi
A pop-up cereal bar has opened in Brooklyn inside a sneaker and apparel shop. KITH Treats is a 150-square-foot white space located in KITH NYC‘s flagship store, with a varied menu and packaging designed by collaborators. Owner Ronnie Fieg wasn’t allowed to eat sugary cereals when he was a kid and used to go round his friends’ house and eat them there. He explains:
The Virtual Video Store could bring back the old-school journey of a trip to the video shop using a treadmill and an Oculus Rift
Trips to your corner video rental shop were killed by Hulu and Netflix. In a fit of nostalgia, Jamie Umpherson is developing a concept to bring this experience back via the same means that it was extinguished: electronic media. He proposes an Oculus Rift-based video store, called Popcorn Time Virtual Video Store, that displays a service’s or private library as rows of movies on shelves.
H&M turns hand-me-down clothes into new denim clothing line for 'Close the Loop' fashion
In 2013, Hennes & Mauritz, or popularly known as H&M, launched a clothing recycling program. They asked their shoppers to donate unwanted and unused clothes in the boutique stores. Two years later, the recycling incentive has come to fruition. H&M is now launching the new denim line called Close the Loop.
PSFK, in partnership with HP Matter, speaks to Mike Karnjanaprakorn, CEO and co-founder of Skillshare, to understand the impact of digital on the way people learn
Innovation is the new currency in today’s Idea Economy. In recognition of the leaders who are disrupting our tech-driven world, the editors at thought leadership site PSFK.com partnered with HP Matter to create the Innovators Index, a roster of digital pioneers making a global impact.This week we’ve featured Mike Karnjanaprakorn for delivering affordable education to the creative community.
PSFK in partnership with HP Matter speaks to Peter Semmelhack, founder and CEO of Bug Labs, about creating tools for the next generation of makers and how that will impact the technology space
Innovation is the new currency in today’s Idea Economy. In recognition of the leaders who are disrupting our tech-driven world, the editors at thought leadership site PSFK.com partnered with HP Matter to create the Innovators Index, a roster of digital pioneers making a global impact. This week we’ve featured Peter Semmelhack for designing open source tools that empower the next generation of innovators.
A trio of services are freeing us from digital distraction to boost our ability for creative thought
Think you can go 15 minutes without checking your smartphone? Sounds easy enough, but studies show that the average user is on their device 150 times per day, or about once every six minutes. One downside of this constant stimulation is that it directly impacts our capacity for creativity and ability to develop new ideas, something we embark upon in our Live, Work, Play Better Report.
Executive Director & Founder of a designer-founder accelerator presents a redesign of the 9-to-5 work day and how to best implement play into work culture
From Mr. Burns to Office Space’s Bill Lumburgh to the horrible bosses of, well, Horrible Bosses, the hated, controlling, megalomaniacal boss and their miserable, micromanaged underlings have been a staple in movies and on TV for decades. And while these modern office archetypes are played for comedic effect, the sad reality is that it’s funny. And it’s funny because it’s true.