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Sculpture Proposal Uses Hair Clippings From 120 NYC Salons [Pics]
12 february 2013
‘My Hair is at MoMA PS1’ from TempAgency was a finalist in this year's Young Architects Program.
Hair Cooked Into Diamonds To Celebrate Academic Success
28 january 2013
Brazil school collected tresses from those who passed their entrance exam and made them into gems.
Waxing Salon Asks Commuters To Go Pantsless On NYC Subway
10 january 2013
Hair removal company Shobha invites patrons to hop on the metro together before the official annual 'No Pants Party.'
LEGO Wigs Look Like Real Hair [Pics]
6 november 2012
Photoshoot for an ad campaign involved models wearing custom-made toy blocks as hair.
Nike Styles Soccer Star In Its Virtual Barbershop [Video]
28 may 2012
Footballer Mario Balotelli has his hair styled in the brand's latest viral campaign.
Creative Agency Offers Free Haircut Friday & Vintage Erotic Fiction
9 november 2011
Seattle pedestrians were offered the opportunity to get a trim and a shave as part of Creature agency's interactive marketing ploy.
Keep Your Hair Clean & Shiny With Beer
13 september 2011
A new range of shampoo and conditioners use beer as the key ingredient to having shiny, healthy hair.
iPad App Lets Women Try Out Different Hairstyles
12 august 2011
U.S. fashion magazine InStyle, has created an iPad app that lets women virtually try out different hair cuts, styles and colors as they appear augmented on the user.
(Event) Haircuts As Performance Art
28 july 2010
Actual Size LA presents a unique participatory happening.
Survival Economics: Haitian Tent City Creates Community Services
29 march 2010
Without any way to generate an income, Haitian entrepreneurs have found ways to help their community by creating goods and services needed by inhabitants of a tent city.
(Pics) The Extreme Hair Fashions of Charlie le Mindu
28 september 2009
French hair artist and wig designer Charlie le Mindu recently presented his second collection at London Fashion Week.
Cheap Solar Panels Use Hair as a Conductor
10 september 2009
The Daily Mail reports that an 18 year old Nepalese student has developed a new kind of solar panel which uses human hair instead of silicon as a conductor.
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