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Work august 21, 2014

Brazilian Beer Film Shows Consumers as Creatures of the Night

Skol introduces its latest product by comparing its customers to bats who live to party at night

Syndicated january 2, 2014

How A Colombian Street Artist Started A Revolution In Bogota

The death of a young artist in 2011 led to a renaissance of legal graffiti – but does legitimacy defeat the point?

Travel december 5, 2013

A Bubbling Urban Hub In The Heart Of Rural Colombia

Bogotá may seem chaotic, but there is inspiration to be found in the city’s changing venues and multi-purpose spaces.

Sustainability october 17, 2011

Confessions Of A Mad Man: The World’s Most Expensive TV Shoot, Part II

In his tell-all memoir, author George Parker holds forth about what it's really like to work in the steamy ad world, as popularized by AMC's Mad Men. All it's cracked up to be? Read to find out.

Work june 2, 2010

(Pics) An Epic Explosion Of Color, Joyfully Radiating Into The World

Community-driven art interventions in the Favelas of Brazil bring life and color to a downtrodden area.

Gaming & Play may 27, 2010

A Solar Waterfall For Rio’s 2016 Olympic Games

A remarkable entry for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games International Architecture Competition offers beauty and sustainability.

Sustainability january 12, 2010

Merci x Veja: Organic Shoes For Charity

Merci is the first “Charity Store” in France, where 100% of their profits will go to non-profit support, giving customers who would normally buy luxury goods the chance to also give to a worthy cause in the process.


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