Must start launching original content into the blogosphere. Ideas in motion are:
- photo essays
- photo/typo/vector posters for free download
- free icon sets
- personal thoughts on design/science/
- personal thoughts on healing
- discovering the true meanings of things
- new thoughts, new things
- philosophical musings
- advertising awareness
- personal drawings, vector art
- connections between things
- focus more on unity of art, science, health, design
Image by Tommy Stockel
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Just released, the above links will take you to these quick downloadable PDF's of Getty's MAP Report into environmental awareness and its impact on marketing now and in the future. You have to pay big bags of money for the full report but the extracts are interesting in themselves - for both up to date information and some quality graphics.
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When I first came across Vitaminwater (VW) I believed it must have actually been a healthy product. This was good old fashioned water but better. Ot alternatively, a better choice over Soft Drinks. Why it's just Water. And it's got Vitamins in it. It MUST be good. But has anyone noticed how VW is absolutely everywhere now? It's all over the 'ends' of supermarket aisles - places usually reserved for such specialties as Cadbury's chocolate and Toilet Paper. So it's piqued my interest. Apart from the tell tale toxic colourings, is VW actually good for you?
Ones suspicions should be raised by this product on discovering that the producers of VW, Glaceau are actually owned by none other than Coca Cola. So, this likely explains how so much product gets pushed on to shelves, at the end of aisles and directly into your face.
But what's in Vitaminwater?
Total fat: 0g
Total carbohydrates: 13g
Vitamin C: 40%, Vitamin B3: 20%, Vitamin B6: 20%, Vitamin B12: 20%, Vitamin B5: 20% Potassium: 150mg per bottle
And as for vitamins? Well, how much more do we need outside of a proper diet? And are we going to let a bottle of soft drink give it to us anyway?
There's a whole lot of vintage photo's here in different sets - from The Man Who Smiles A Lot to a bunch of pimply teen's from the 50's.
Seeing the light with your feet in the dark.
An open mind.