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Retail Investors In Indonesia Equip Street Vendors With Modern Retail Tech

In Jakarta, street vendors are receiving an updated look and new resources

Advertising LEGO Drone Showers Kids With Candy

The 'Build Amazing' campaign hopes to inspire children to think creatively

Syndicated How Punk Music Has Shaped Cities

From New York to Jakarta, punks have long fought for their rights to the city

Technology Thousands Of Women Are Running Virtual Storefronts In Indonesia

Startup Slingshot MindStores combines a direct-selling business model and AR to empower small business owners

Advertising Dissolvable Bioplastic Bags Are Safe Enough To Drink

Bags made out of cassava root in Indonesia could mitigate the environmental impact of packaging

Design This Library's Sweet New Design Uses Ice Cream Tubs As Walls

A new building in Indonesia uses cheap, durable buckets to turn an old stage into a safe space for learning

Design PSFK'S Top 5 Stories Of The Week

Surfing waves of trash, how brands design customer experiences of the future and a vending machine that gives out free beer.

Home Surfing Trash-Filled Waves In Indonesia

Pictures of contaminated waters by idilic beaches drive home the enormity of ocean pollution.

Design Half-Sized Dinner Plates Keep Dieters On Track [Pics]

An easy way to lose weight that doesn't involve constant calorie counting.

Technology Dentist Drill Plays Music In Patients' Mouths To Calm Them Down

Tool especially designed for children hopes to calm them down during their dental checkup.

Luxury A Plush Traveling Companion & The Indonesian Youth Conference [PechaKucha]

The international design hub shares a presentation on what it is like to travel the world with a tiny bear.

Gaming & Play Cultural Exchange Through Humor & Art Support In Indonesia [PechaKucha]

The international design hub shares international programs from London in anticipation of the Olympics and art and creativity from Southeast Asia.

Innovation In Developing Countries, Are Tourists Taking Clean Water Away From Locals?

Study finds visitors to Bali, the Gambia and Goa use 16 times as much water as locals, causing conflict and disease.

Syndicated The Art Of Photographing Water & Post-Earthquake Christchurch [PechaKucha]

The international design hub shares the best technique for artistically capturing our natural resources and inspiration from disaster ravaged landscapes.