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Are these unintentionally sexualized logos the greatest corporate branding fails of all-time?

Kenny Ong Contributor

By Kenny Ong in Uncategorized on Wednesday 6 August 2014

A good logo tells a strong visual story of what the company is all about. And if it is easy for someone to commit it to memory, so much the better. Unfortunately, some logos out there tell quite a different story and are easily remembered for all the wrong reasons. No matter how you look, […]

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Yes, it’s Lamb of God: The Easter play

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in Uncategorized on Thursday 1 May 2014

Reddit user Cannondale1986’s friend was invited to a community Easter drama production — presumedly titled Lamb of God — in Salem, which seems normal enough until he or she saw that the band logo of Lamb of God, the metal band, had been repurposed for use on the ticket. Yep, the designer either had a […]

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This soda-dispensing vending machine in Seattle might potentially be haunted

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in Uncategorized on Monday 14 April 2014

What a find: a soda machine located in an obscure part of Seattle’s Capital Hill has been around for a decade and a half, with one slightly disconcerting detail: no one knows who stocks or maintains the damn thing. It even has a button you can press to get your hands on a mystery drink, […]

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Handsome, smart and athletic? You could be the next Luke Skywalker!

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in Uncategorized on Tuesday 12 November 2013

If you’ve been wanting to play the next Luke Skywalker, you’re in luck. An open casting call has been issued from the Walt Disney Company for Star Wars: Episode VII and auditions are being held in the UK and US throughout the month. There’s two parts you can audition for: ‘Thomas’ or ‘Rachel’, with both characters requiring athleticism, good looks and smarts.

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A swimming pool in the middle of the desert? Not a mirage

Lai Chow Reader Find

By Lai Chow in Uncategorized on Tuesday 8 October 2013

Los Angeles-based Ball-Nogues Studio, reworked the plywood structure of one of its art installations, Talus Dome, to create a new art installation: Yucca Crater near Joshua Tree National Park. With the 30-ft earthwork and participatory installation, visitors were able to climb in and jump into 8 feet of glistening water. The pool is a reference […]

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Weird interview questions from Apple, Google, Amazon

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in Uncategorized on Thursday 3 October 2013

Job interviews might be one of the reasons some of us stay in our crappy 9 – 5 jobs. There’s just something creepy about divulging (sometimes personal) information to a stranger behind a desk who’s gazing down at you, judging you. And we’ve all had that one job interview that turned an awkward moment into […]

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