Bang Bang is a canadian serigraphy company, created by graduate students from UQAM school (with Simon Laliberté ). They developped a complete branding , pushinh up the detail to customize any working tools. Besides I love when the branding is colorful like that, it brings joy and good mood when you see it. Special mention for the killer idea to recycle milk bottle, as container for ink. Bang Bang est un atelier de sérigraphie Canadien, créé par des étudiants diplômés de l’école l’ UQAM (dont Simon Laliberté ).
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by Max Magni and Yuval Atsmon | 12:05 PM March 17, 2010 Most marketers realize that in China, people are more price-conscious than their counterparts in poorer developing countries. The Chinese recall product prices with amazing accuracy; constantly comparison shop; and try to buy at the lowest price even if they have to go out of the way to do so, our research shows.
While the news talks about falling consumer confidence, there is one area of the economy that is going strong, and that is the affluent end of the market. People in this class have money and they are willing to spend it to get the “best” and to show that they have the money to afford the best. To take advantage of this growing trend and growing number of people in the affluent class, you should consider adding or developing a premium product or service to your business. Now, before you say, “This doesn’t apply to me,” let me hasten to add that premiumization can be found in all businesses. True, you may have to be a little more creative in some businesses to segment your product or service, but the added profits are worth it. In most scenarios, premium products have higher gross margins and buyers tend to stay with you longer if you match the premium product or serve with a continuity income program (recurring fees).
British fashion chain TOP SHOP opens this week its first premium store.
I was out for a few drinks with some colleagues on the weekend. One of these gentlemen is a martini guy. It is his drink. And when he orders it, as he did that night, he always asks for Grey Goose vodka. He insists he can taste the difference. Maybe he can.
And here was us thinking axes were just for those who got their hands dirty for a living, or serial killers. Looks like we were wrong however, or at least that’s what designer and author Peter Buchanan-Smith, and outdoorsman and environmental entrepreneur Graeme Cameron of Best Made Co. tell us, but then they would, because it’s their wonderfully stylish (did we just say that about an axe?) axes that we’re talking about. All made to order, with hand painted, varnished and polished Tennessee Hickory handles, Best Made Co.’s tools mean serious business and if you’re tool collection is in need of a luxe upgrade then they’re certainly a good start. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
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Lighting in your home is one of THE most important factors when considering the functionality and enjoyment of your home. The addition of quality lighting for a specific task or purpose is key in letting your interiors speak volumes for you. Pendant lighting is used in areas of your home that you need direct task lighting, or you need a drop down ambient light from a higher ceiling. Depending on your task and the decorative look you’re trying to achieve, pendant lighting can be perfect for your home.
Here is a delightful and spectacular looking apartment located in Darlinghurst, New South Wales, Australia. Designed by Weir Phillips Architects , this three bedroom apartment bursts with freedom and craziness, which is what inspired us to say that this is the ultimate bachelor’s crib. The living room is the focal point of the house and accommodates some of the wackiest elements this loft has to offer, such as a SPA and a BBQ section.
The project at the new Replay concept store in Florence was completed in spring 2009. The vertical garden is a part of an ecological theme developed by the architects. It covers a 7m high L-shaped wall in the 3-storey boutique. The garden is inspired by the undergrowth of a temperate forest, similar to what could be found in the lower parts of the hills not too far away from the city of Florence.