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’€œMy formal studies of graphic design span over five years and took place at four different institutions,’€ says Colombia-born designer Elena Etter. After realising early on in high school that she wanted to study graphic design, she enrolled on a pre-college course at Rhode Island School of Design. Following which, she went on to Universidad de los Andes in Bogota, where she’€™s from; Glasgow School of Art which was ’€œextremely rewarding but also a shock as the ways of teaching there are completely different to what I was used to in Colombia.’€ She finally landed at Central Saint Martins in London, from which she graduated last July.

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The main inspiration of the St. Emiliano packaging was the natural setting of the small village of Emilianos. There, the producer created an apiculture park and expanded the small family vineyard and planted aromatic herbs with organic certification.
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Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has completed the expansion of the Portland Japanese Garden, a historic site that first opened to the public in 1967. located within Washington park in the west hills of Portland, Oregon, the venue is considered to be one of the best and most authentic traditional Japanese gardens outside of the island nation. Comprising three structures, Kuma’s intervention, which has been under construction for the past few years, not only expands the garden’s footprint to accommodate increasing visitor numbers, but also allows for better immersion in Japanese arts and culture.
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Foster + Partners and Heatherwick Studio teamed up to design this pair of 180-metre skyscrapers, which stand at the intersection of Shanghai's old town and a new financial district, the Bund Finance Centre.
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Brands must boldly embrace the potential of digital tech to reshape the way consumers buy products, Coca-Cola’s global customer director has said – and they should adopt a global outlook to do so.

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"Be fearless about what you’re trying to do. If you don’t take a risk you’re going to get lost, but there’s a fine line between fearlessness and stupidity. You’ve got to trust agencies that they will do their job and give you the best advice and then you have to back them."
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Tim Walker has photographed Björk for W magazine in a surreal shoot to accompany an interview with herself. Recalling the pastel tones and dreamlike scenes of some of the photographer’s best known images, the set of portraits styled by Katy England also has a very Björk-esque twist.

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The first pop-up store for Pentatonic, the newly launched homeware company set to reshape the furniture industry, has opened following a collaboration with retail creative specialists, LuckyFox. The new company with a simple but revolutionary mission –to turn our trash into beautiful homewares –tasked LuckyFox to transform the 3,000 square foot empty space in the heart of Shoreditch, East London into a gallery style showroom. This is the public’s first opportunity to touch, feel, build, try and buy its products in person.
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Guyanese-born, London-based graduate Jamain Gordon’s interest in photography stemmed from an attraction to the arts at school. “I received my first camera (a Canon 1000f) at the age of ten,” Jamain tells It’s Nice That. “From that moment I began to capture images of people I knew and those who lived around the city where I grew up.”

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John Lewis’s “experimental” approach to in-store experiences has gradually made it bolder, customer experience director Peter Cross told Campaign, as the retailer launched its fifth annual report on the UK’s shopping habits.

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In a spine-tinglingly powerful film for Unicef, director MJ Delaney has worked with young girls around the world to channel Beyoncé and raise awareness of global issues on education, violence and human trafficking.

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According to Heineken, the machine works thanks to a smaller eight-litre keg and a new technology called "Brewlock" which forces compressed air between the outer bottle and inner container, pushing beer out of the keg into the tap.
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Salón Sociedad is an architecture development for a hall/bar located inside Sociedad Cuauhtémoc y Famosa, institution founded by FEMSA and Heineken México formerly known as Cervecería Cuauhtémoc-Moctezuma. Project developed in collaboration with OTRA Arquitectura and Office Services Heineken México. The city of Monterrey is well known for being the home of big corporations and enterprises in which FEMSA and Heineken México, formerly known as Cervecería Cuauhtémoc-Moctezuma, stand out among many.
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Fukt is a magazine, based in Berlin, dedicated to contemporary drawing. Overseen, since 2001 by editor Björn Hegardt, it is a visual celebration of the medium and has featured the likes of David Shrigley, Keith Haring, Tracey Emin, Louise Bourgeois and William Kentridge alongside new and exciting artists over its span of 16 issues.

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Jackalope Hotels is a luxury hospitality experience developed by Melbourne-based Louis Li, a hotelier described as having a penchant for the avant-garde. The first Jackalope Hotel is situated in the heart of the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia. It is unique in its location, surrounded by the hotel’s vineyard, in its architecture and interior by Carr Design, and in its visual identity, created by Fabio Ongarato Design.

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