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Children’s therapy service Magic Canvas unveils new look

Children’s therapy service Magic Canvas unveils new look

Magic Canvas is a start-up that offers art resources and practices to help children process their emotions and understand major life events, and is available to anyone. Design agency Magpie has just unveiled its new identity branding for London-based mental health start-up Magic Canvas. Magic Canvas offers art therapy and resources to ‘help children to express themselves,’ with one hour sessions that explore past, present, and future life events. You...

By London, UK
German design student creates wind powered street light

German design student creates wind powered street light

In a bid to reduce the ecological footprint of modern street lighting, German design student Tobias Trubenabacher has developed an ingenious wind powered alternative called PAPILIO. When it comes to major cities today, implementing widescale sustainability initiatives is definitely a tricky task, but that shouldn’t deter us from innovating and making a difference where we can. This positive mindset is one held by Tobias Trubenabacher, a product design student at the...

By London, UK
eBay becomes first mainstream ecommerce site to jump on NFTs

eBay becomes first mainstream ecommerce site to jump on NFTs

Previously exclusive to crypto native marketplaces, NFTs could already be on the verge of exploding into mainstream ecommerce – with eBay at the helm. If you thought the frenzy of NFT trading would be a short-lived fad, it goes to show you really don’t know the internet all that well. This newfound mode of digital commoditisation continues to be applied to quite literally anything. Whether we’re talking an eight-bit gif of...

By London, UK
Biodegradable chewing gum could save our sidewalks

Biodegradable chewing gum could save our sidewalks

Chewing gum, the sticky bane of sidewalks and park benches across the globe, now has biodegradable ingredients to rival stubborn oil-based synthetics. Turns out the asymmetrical spots we see every day squished into our sideways, public monuments, and benches, may actually outlive us if failed to be scraped away and discarded. Everyone enjoys the 20 or so minty bites of a piece of chewing gum, before it turns into a tasteless...

By London, UK