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PSFK’s Top Five Stories Of The Week

PSFK’s Top Five Stories Of The Week
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We review the best in design, culture, art and fashion and creative business in our weekly ‘What’s Trending Now’ roundup.

Allie Walker
  • 23 june 2012

Each week we bring you the most popular and interesting posts of the past five days. Here is the current selection to give you something to think on and chat about over the weekend.

Post-It Note Table Perfect For Doodlers [Pics]

Food Cart Design That Doesn’t Block Airplane Aisles

Nike Gets Twitter Advertising Campaign Banned

Should Brands Build An App Or A Mobile Site? [Infographic]

Aston Martin Debuts Bicycle With On-Board Touchscreen Computer [Video]

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+aston martin
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+branding
+consumer goods
+creativity
+culture
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+Design
+Electronics & Gadgets
+fashion / apparel
+fitness / sport
+infographic
+Innovation
+Luxury
+mobile
+mobile app
+mobile site
+nike
+retail
+technology
+Work & Business

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