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April 21 2017

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IBM: The Voice of Art

Video of The Voice of Art | With Watson
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Underclothes That Display The 4th Amendment When X-Rayed By TSA
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Editorial Illustrations
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The Best Advice For Building Chatbots? Don’t Force People To Use Chatbots
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War Child: Batman

International music agency MassiveMusic has teamed up with War Child, In Case of Fire, Sony and Universal to create a timely and powerful new film that highlights the plight of young refugees.

Video of Batman
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Dual Bowls: Striking Mixed Metal Bowls Forged With the Ancient Art of Sand-Casting
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Sumo Wrestlers Enjoy Cherry Blossom Season
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Sian Davey & Joseph Szabo Portray 50 Years of Youth Culture
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Artists of The Open Window – A Contemporary Video Exhibition
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Varoom – The Storytelling Issue

Mit einem farbenfrohen Relaunch begeistert das Illustrationsmagazin »Varoom«, dieses Mal typografisch gestaltet von James Lunn, bekannt durch seine Arbeit für »Flaneur« und »Print Isn’t Dead« und Joe ...

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Citibank: The Untouchables

Citibank: The Untouchables

Imagine living a childhood without possibility of running with friends, playing ball in the yard, or even a mother’s embrace. As hard as it is to picture, this is the life of little Nastya, Max and 4,000 other kids all over Russia. They are called “the butterfly children” — those who were born with a rare genetic condition epidermolysis bullosa that occurs once in every 100,000 births. Their skin is so fragile that even the slightest touch causes pain and great damage.

However, now with the help of latest banking technologies, people can help the butterfly children without a single touch.

In December 2016, Citi and Mastercard launched an initiative — “The Untouchables” — with the aim to help BELA Fund raise donations to improve the lives of little patients all over the country. Even though currently there is no cure for epidermolysis bullosa, there are still ways to support butterfly children and their families in the lifelong endeavour that is living with this difficult diagnosis.

To this end, a series of customized posters with built-in technology of contactless payment has been created. A person can make an instant donation in the amount of 100 Rubles by simply waving a bank card or any other payment device in front of the poster. No touch required.

The posters can be found in the most popular 50 places around Moscow and St. Petersburg — restaurants, hotels, shopping malls — as well as in all Citibank branches in these cities.

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Citibank: The Untouchables - Nastya

Citibank: The Untouchables - Nastya

Imagine living a childhood without possibility of running with friends, playing ball in the yard, or even a mother’s embrace. As hard as it is to picture, this is the life of little Nastya, Max and 4,000 other kids all over Russia. They are called “the butterfly children” — those who were born with a rare genetic condition epidermolysis bullosa that occurs once in every 100,000 births. Their skin is so fragile that even the slightest touch causes pain and great damage.

However, now with the help of latest banking technologies, people can help the butterfly children without a single touch.

In December 2016, Citi and Mastercard launched an initiative — “The Untouchables” — with the aim to help BELA Fund raise donations to improve the lives of little patients all over the country. Even though currently there is no cure for epidermolysis bullosa, there are still ways to support butterfly children and their families in the lifelong endeavour that is living with this difficult diagnosis.

To this end, a series of customized posters with built-in technology of contactless payment has been created. A person can make an instant donation in the amount of 100 Rubles by simply waving a bank card or any other payment device in front of the poster. No touch required.

The posters can be found in the most popular 50 places around Moscow and St. Petersburg — restaurants, hotels, shopping malls — as well as in all Citibank branches in these cities.

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Citibank: The Untouchables - Maxim

Citibank: The Untouchables - Maxim

Imagine living a childhood without possibility of running with friends, playing ball in the yard, or even a mother’s embrace. As hard as it is to picture, this is the life of little Nastya, Max and 4,000 other kids all over Russia. They are called “the butterfly children” — those who were born with a rare genetic condition epidermolysis bullosa that occurs once in every 100,000 births. Their skin is so fragile that even the slightest touch causes pain and great damage.

However, now with the help of latest banking technologies, people can help the butterfly children without a single touch.

In December 2016, Citi and Mastercard launched an initiative — “The Untouchables” — with the aim to help BELA Fund raise donations to improve the lives of little patients all over the country. Even though currently there is no cure for epidermolysis bullosa, there are still ways to support butterfly children and their families in the lifelong endeavour that is living with this difficult diagnosis.

To this end, a series of customized posters with built-in technology of contactless payment has been created. A person can make an instant donation in the amount of 100 Rubles by simply waving a bank card or any other payment device in front of the poster. No touch required.

The posters can be found in the most popular 50 places around Moscow and St. Petersburg — restaurants, hotels, shopping malls — as well as in all Citibank branches in these cities.

Video of The Untouchables
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This Furniture Collection Uses Dyed Sand To Create Landscapes

L’artiste et designer Fernando Mastrangelo a créé la Collection Escape, un ensemble de pièces de meubles modernes qui ressemblent à des peintures de paysage tridimensionnelles.


Cet article This Furniture Collection Uses Dyed Sand To Create Landscapes est apparu en premier sur Zeutch.

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Life in a Bicultural Family by Karim El Maktafi
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Coding upgrades at sausage maker

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This California maker of premium sausages was relying on a mix of ink jet printing and thermal-transfer printing on both film and paperboard. New CIJ printers have changed everything.
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Design Book: Berlin Design Digest
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This Craftsman Creates Stunning Floor Art From Random Wood Pieces
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