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Mobile Artist Residence Will Traverse England Over the Next Two Years

The Observatory sits on rotating bases, allowing artists to frame the surrounding landscape from different viewpoints

Hong Kong Traces Leftover DNA to Put a Face on Litterbugs

Hong Kong Cleanup shows residents what litterers look like thanks to DNA traces found on paper cups, cigarette butts, and even used condoms

Broadcast Your Cannabis Joy with Anonymous Geolocations

Who is Happy wants users to (safely) tell the world how much they love pot, and thereby incite social change

Pet Shop Swaps In Animals From Shelters to Shift Customer Preconceptions

Priceless Pets project in Brazil lets shops lend their displays to encourage more people to adopt shelter pets

Tech-Free Oasis in Paris Gives You Room to Explore Yourself

Seymour+ encourages guests to disconnect from technology in order to reconnect and refuel themselves and W Hotels Climb into Bed Together for Sustainable Luxury

EKOCYCLE collaboration brings sustainability to the hotel room, making turndown service a whole lot sexier

Plastic Caps Connect with LEGO to Save the Planet

Brazilian company Clever Pack designs reusable tops for water bottles that double as building bricks

Plastic Accessories Turn Your Phone into Ticklish Doll

Acoustruments are low-cost mechanisms developed by Disney Research that add rich functionality to handheld devices

Hold Transparent Instagram Accounts In Your Hand

An Instagram illusion dubbed 'Insta in My Hand,' and popularized by Japanese school students, takes off

Self-Inflating Paddleboard Caters to Those Low on Space and Travel Options

SipaBoards are self-inflating standup paddleboard propelled forward by their own pump

PSFK Conference 2015: A Master Class in Cultural Design

What is the best environment for employees to thrive in, and how do you cultivate community within the workspace?

Next-Gen Condoms Will Be Self-Lubricating, Biodegradable, and Skin-Like

Researchers at University of Wollongong are working on a more pleasurable-feeling condom made out of the stuff associated with contact lenses

Artist Draws Using Only His Eyes

Graham Fink makes use of eye-tracking technology to draw Etch-a-Sketch style portraits

Choose Your Own Silent Film Adventure on Instagram

The Toronto Silent Film Festival utilizes the platform's 15-second video feature to let users revive the silent era

Morning Dance Party Set the Tone for PSFK 2015 Conference

Conference attendees took off their shoes, stretched their limbs and got groovy to get ready for a long day of PSFK 2015 speakers and creativity

Modular Headphones Feature 360 Possibilities to Choose From

AIAIAI has created a headphone system that lets users prepare for DJing, audio editing, and just some good ole casual listening

Undergo a Psychedelic Experience Via an Umbrella of Mirrors

Artist Olafur Eliasson works with glass and mirrors to create kaleidoscopic artworks that breach dimensions

Adult Coloring Books Capitalize on Play Trends

Johanna Basford's chart-topping coloring books and an Increasing number of products and services support research on play

PSFK Conference 2015: Attendees Connect Through Creativity (and Doodle Portraits, Too)

During last week's conference, the doodle artist extraordinaire and attendees sketched each in 60-second bursts

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