November 13th, 2012

Israeli designer Izhar Gafni was inspired to create a cardboard bike, once he heard of someone who built a cardboard canoe. Gafni created The Alfa, a 20lb bike made of cardboard and 100% recycled materials that supports riders up to 24 times its weight. He was told it was an impossible task, but set out to create a one-of-a-kind sustainable bike.

Watch the video below for a detailed look into the designer’s creative process for The Alfa.

May 9th, 2012

Dieter Rams’ principles of good design.

March 20th, 2012

The power of branding should never be underestimated. Via Fast Company;

CityMaps is a view of New York City, Austin and San Francisco through its logos alone. Rather than using satellite images, Street View or legends for schools and restaurants, the map uses branding in its purest form—along with offers for all sorts of corresponding coupons—to help you discover somewhere you’d like to go.

February 22nd, 2012

Branding Lessons for Would-Be Game Changers courtesy of Wolff Olins and Fast Company. Click the image above for the article. 

January 12th, 2012

Are these the best advertisements of 2011? The Directors Guild nominates top commercials of last year - with brands including Heineken, Jim Bean, VW and Dos Equis in the mix. Click the mini Darth Vader above for the full spots, via fastcompany.

Reblogged from Fast Company
December 15th, 2011

Via fastcompany:

Infographic Of The Day: The Blessing And Curse Of Being A Millennial

Millennials are well-educated, tech savvy, and independent.

They’re also cursed by a bad economy.

But all this might have a silver lining…

Reblogged from Fast Company
November 18th, 2011

The various rebirths of Apple’s product strategy via Fast Company.

November 14th, 2011
"Impact people’s lives. Focus on well-being from your product. That’s tough. You have to have that right from the get-go."
The Brands That Survive Will Be the Brands That Make Life Better - click the photo above for the full article from Fast Co.Exist.

"Impact people’s lives. Focus on well-being from your product. That’s tough. You have to have that right from the get-go."

The Brands That Survive Will Be the Brands That Make Life Better - click the photo above for the full article from Fast Co.Exist.

October 10th, 2011
Are designers the new drivers of American entrepreneurialism? New School Professor of Innovation Bruce Nussbaum over at Fast Company seems to think so. We work with a lot of innovative fashion brands here at Team Epiphany, from SENA to Timberland, Journelle to Gourmet and more. Supporting the future of American entrepreneurialism isn’t an easy task, but we’re glad to be one of the agencies lucky enough to tackle it. Click the image above for the full article. 

Are designers the new drivers of American entrepreneurialism? New School Professor of Innovation Bruce Nussbaum over at Fast Company seems to think so. We work with a lot of innovative fashion brands here at Team Epiphany, from SENA to Timberland, Journelle to Gourmet and more. Supporting the future of American entrepreneurialism isn’t an easy task, but we’re glad to be one of the agencies lucky enough to tackle it. Click the image above for the full article. 

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