Carmen Miranda Meets LEGOs In Bizarre Brazilian Fruit Branding Campaign

June 4, 2012 by  
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Tired of peeling labels off of your fruit? The Brazilian advertising agency AGE Isobar has found a solution with its cubic mold, which presses a brand’s label into the surface of pieces of fruit. The mold is now the base for a juice company’s marketing campaign, and the results resemble a love child between Carmen Miranda and a box of LEGOs . Read the rest of Carmen Miranda Meets LEGOs In Bizarre Brazilian Fruit Branding Campaign Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: advertising , AGE Isobar , Brazil , brazilian fruit , Camp Nectar , carmen miranda , cubed fruit , embossed fruit , LEGOs , marketing , square fruit

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LA’s Biggest Apartment Project Since the Recession Breaks Ground

June 4, 2012 by  
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The largest apartment building since the beginning of the Great Recession has broken ground in Los Angeles , promising to reinvigorate the Koreatown neighborhood. The Vermont is a two-tower, mixed-use behemoth that will contain 464 apartments and plenty of retail. Besides the size the other notable features, we really like is the green space wrapping through the project, adding some relief to the concrete jungle that is LA. Read the rest of LA’s Biggest Apartment Project Since the Recession Breaks Ground Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Koreatown , LA apartment , LA housing , LA retail , LA’s biggest apartment , urban density

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PNNL’s New Affordable, Small-Scale Fuel Cell Could Revolutionize Residential Power

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The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) has created a solid oxide fuel cell system that is small enough for domestic homeowners and affordable for the average citizen. There are currently multiple green ways to power your home (such as solar power and wind turbines), but fuel cell technology offers an emission-free source of on-demand power for days when the sun doesn’t shine and the wind isn’t blowing. Read the rest of PNNL’s New Affordable, Small-Scale Fuel Cell Could Revolutionize Residential Power Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: alternative energy , Department of Energy , FEATURED NEWS , fuel cell research , hydrogen fuel cell , hydrogen fuel energy , hydrogen fuel news , OTHER FUEL CELL , pacific northwest national laboratory , pnnl , research , RESIDENTIAL ENERGY , residential fuel cells , small-scale solid oxide fuel cells , solid oxide fuel cells , united states

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