Lee Kimball, a staff member at the agency Roundhouse, was told to survive in nature using only objects made by the brands they represent
The minimalist online retailer is experimenting with a more traditional store concept in California
Founder and CEO of American Giant discusses why highly informed and vocal consumers spending their money on products that matter to them represents a profound shift in retail.
Look good, save money and protect the environment with one stylish razor
Good Thing set to showcase minimal goods collection crafted by NYC designers
Pijon sends a box of goodies every month to kids in college.
Wish knows what users want to buy without them explicitly saying so, and creates personalized feeds of products for them to shop.
Products and ideas our readers think will shape home environments and the way we live.
Michael Brito discusses the need for brands to think ahead when it comes to showcasing what they have to offer.
'Hessian' has been designed by Ben Pieratt and for $18,000 he provides logos, URL, Twitter and Tumblr accounts, branding book, and more.
The lager brand turned ordinary objects on the shelves and floors into an orchestra, rigged to play when someone grabbed its product from the fridge.
Card holders who use the 2nd screen app zeebox will be able to see products inspired by popular programs, which they can then buy.