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  • Posted: December 17 2020 @ 4:00 | From:

    After A Fire, Your Drinking Water May Be Contaminated Even If Your House Was Saved

    When wildfires swept through the hills near Santa Cruz, California, in 2020, they released toxic chemicals into the water supplies of at least two communities. One sample found benzene, a carcinogen, at 40 times the state’s standard for drinking water . Our testing has now confirmed a source of thes... Read more

  • Posted: December 17 2020 @ 3:00 | From:

    ‘They’ve Stolen Our History’: Why One Designer Has Been Fighting For Inclusion For 50 Years

    Cheryl D. Miller is an acclaimed New York communications designer, artist, and theologian. She is the author of the memoir Black Coral: A Daughter’s Apology to Her Asian Island Mother and recently submitted a professional archive of her historic visual design work and writings, the Cheryl D. Miller... Read more

  • Posted: December 17 2020 @ 2:00 | From:

    Dyson Releases New Science Experiments Just In Time For Kids’ Winter Break

    Many of us are looking forward to some time off at the end of this year. But my fellow parents reading this know something else: We’re running a little low on tricks to keep our children occupied at home now that we’re nine months into the pandemic. If you’re looking for some holiday spirit with a s... Read more

  • Posted: December 17 2020 @ 1:00 | From:

    How AI Can Fight The Climate Problem Hiding Inside Buildings

    There’s a climate culprit hiding inside the bowels of nearly every building in the country. Almost 40% of energy-related carbon dioxide emissions comes from the construction and operation of buildings, and those operations are surprisingly inefficient. From HVAC systems to water chillers to air comp... Read more

  • Posted: December 16 2020 @ 9:28 | From:

    Eilidh Reid On Her Squidgy, Fun And Humorous Animations

    Our New Talent series highlights visual creatives who are sharing great work on Facebook and Instagram. Here, designer and animator Eilidh Reid shares her journey so far The post Eilidh Reid on her squidgy, fun and humorous animations appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: December 16 2020 @ 6:54 | From:

    Eat Offbeat’s Colourful Identity Celebrates Cuisines From Around The World

    Pentagram partner Natasha Jen worked with the social impact delivery company to create a visual identity that would pay tribute to the food cultures of its former refugee chefs The post Eat Offbeat’s colourful identity celebrates cuisines from around the world appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: December 16 2020 @ 4:58 | From:

    Trends Of 2020: A Year Of Remote Living

    Covid-19 led to our normal lives being upended for most of 2020, with our working lives, and pretty much everything else, moving online. So what did we learn from this virtual existence? And what parts might we keep when the pandemic is done? The post Trends of 2020: A year of remote living appeared... Read more

  • Posted: December 16 2020 @ 4:56 | From:

    The Best Ads Of 2020

    From Burger King’s stomach-churning Moldy Whopper to Tesco’s festive spot reassuring us that there’s no naughty list during a pandemic, here's our top ten campaigns from the last 12 months The post The best ads of 2020 appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: December 16 2020 @ 4:00 | From:

    Amazon Wants To Scan Your Body To Make Perfectly Fitting Shirts

    For just $25, Amazon wants to make you a custom T-shirt. And a virtual body double. This week, the company unveiled a brand called “Made for You” that creates made-to-measure clothes. The initial product, a T-shirt, can be personalized to your taste and measurements, and more products are coming. Th... Read more

  • Posted: December 16 2020 @ 3:00 | From:

    How To Distribute The COVID-19 Vaccine: Lessons From Amazon And Walmart

    The initial rollout of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine has begun, and vaccines are shipping across the U.S. Demand for COVID-19 vaccines will outpace supply for the foreseeable future. Yet experts have warned that a substantial proportion of these highly perishable vaccines could go to waste if they are n... Read more