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Treating Sunscreen as a Free Public Service

Public health campaigns in Boston and Miami Beach are calling for free sunscreen dispensaries

Hail a Mumbai Masterpiece on Wheels

Taxi Fabric wants to upholster taxi interiors in Mumbai with the works of young graphic designers

Caffeine-Based Vaporizer Lets You Inhale Energy

Eagle Energy Vapor delivers a caffeine pick-me-up for those with the horizon in mind

Turning the Tables on Turntables

In the Phenakistomixer 3.0., an antiquated animation device meets the world of realtime video mixing

Meet Dronestagram, the Instagram of Drone Photography

With more than 30,000 users, Dronestagram is capitalizing on the growing popularity of aerial photography

Send An Emoji, Receive A Hamburger

Step one: Tweet. Step two: Eat. Fooji lets diners order food delivery via emoticons

Eat Dinner on Plates Made of Last Week’s Leftovers

Foodscapes are recycled, recyclable plates that seek to rethink the way we consider food waste

Walk-In Mist Bar Lets You Take In Cocktails Through the Eyes

Visitors in London have a chance to try out Bompas & Parr's vapor-based cocktail bar

Glowing Toilets in Spain Protest Gag Law That Dumps On Democracy

Art group Luzinterruptus created a politically-motivated installation that takes a "stand" against the controversial bill

Motivational Radio Station is Playable Only on the Williamsburg Bridge

W.B.B.R. plays a pump-up song on your way up the bridge and a cool-down on the way down, changing music every day for added inspiration

Listen to Your Favorite Song on a Tortilla

A YouTube user named Rapture Records has made short and functional "tortilla records"

Why Constant Reinvention is the Path to Lasting Success

PSFK, in partnership with HP Matter, speaks to award-winning director Alison Klayman about using unwavering curiosity to inspire creativity

Spend Your Next Beach Day at Massive Indoor Ball Pit

Interactive architectural installation by Snarkitecture brings the summer experience to the National Building Museum

Art Exhibit Hosts Devices for the Dead

The After Life exhibit features devices that give ghosts a way to see or communicate with the world of the living

Exploring Humanity From a Bench in Barcelona

Continuous serendipity provided a concentrated place to capture the Life of a Bench

This Summer, A City Will Pay Every Citizen a Standard Monthly Income

The University of Utrecht partners with its municipal government to test out basic unconditional income

Straight Up, Vinyl Sounds (and Looks) Better

Floating Record is a self-contained high-performance turntable that plays vinyl records vertically

Social Movement Projects Crying Babies onto Factory Smoke

Chinese company Xiao Zhu is conveying the dangers of air pollution by showing what can happen to future generations now

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