What if Facebook, Apple or AirBnb Made Beer? They Might Look Like This.

While getting (admittedly) sloppy on a team building night out, someone at UK t-shirt printing service Printsome asked an intriguing question: what would a beer made by Facebook taste like? While nobody can seem to remember who came up with the idea, the team took that alcohol inspired concept in a design direction, exploring how the image of Facebook and other major non-food brands would translate if they made beer. So far they’ve created 17 ‘Beertualising’ labels, complete with slogans, and a little outline of the ingredients that make each beer.

#BrandCrush: Who Gives a Crap? This Mail Order Toilet Paper Company.

This week’s #BrandCrush is a seriously different kind of company – they sell toilet paper through the mail. Getting TP delivered to your front door hasn’t exactly gone mainstream (even though there are plenty of options on Amazon), but an Australian company has a business model that’s giving plenty of reasons to do it.

Here are 3 ways the perfectly named Who Gives a Crap is creating an incredible brand, one roll at a time.

This Artist Makes Food Spills into Tasty Artworks

Instead of using paint or ink, artist Giulia Bernardelli transforms foods like chocolate and coffee into beautiful artworks spilled across the page. The Italian artist (who goes by Bernulia on Instagram) works completely from instinct, using the inspiration that springs to mind while having a meal or drinking a coffee.

Watch: How the 5 Major Religions Spread Across the World

The 5 largest religions today are Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam–but it wasn’t always that way. In this video, Alex Kuzoian at Business Insider walks us through 5000 years of history, showing how the world’s religions initially took root in small geographic areas in southern Asia and the Middle East. They didn’t remain localized for long.

Check Out This Hellish New Airline Seating Layout

Flying economy can be miserable. Luggage searches, bad food, the odd crying baby and absolutely no leg or shoulder room. Now Wired just found that a French company has patented a seating configuration which promises to make it even worse. Their concept places the middle passenger–already the worst seat–facing backwards. Their “Economy Class Cabin Hexagon” would pack in more neighbors than ever before, and put them right in our face too.

The TSA’s on Instagram (and They’re More Popular Than You)

I’ve got bad news: the TSA is more popular on Instagram than you are. With 305 thousand followers at last count, it’s a little surprising that an organization best known for patting us down and ‘randomly’ digging through our luggage is this popular, but a quick inspection of their photos will make you understand why they’ve got fans: they find some seriously weird stuff.

5 Amazing Video Ads About Amazingly Boring Things

Just because you sell something super boring doesn’t mean your ads need to be. We rounded up 5 brilliant video spots for some of the most boring and unappealing things. Here’s proof that they can still get TONS of attention with the right talent behind them. Let’s go!

Gear Guide: What to Take on an Urban Exploration

Whether it’s finding abandoned metro stations hidden under the streets of New York City or exploring abandoned hotels on the Sinai peninsula, urban exploration is a favorite adventure for many photographers. Going to those abandoned places takes more than a little planning however, so we pulled together a list of the basic equipment needed to go, capture great shots, and come back safe.

Creative Tip: 3 Tools For Generating Ideas When You’re Seriously Stuck

It’s 4 hours until the deadline, you haven’t started, and you’re fresh out of ideas. We’ve all experienced times when creativity seems far out of reach, but how do we break free from the creative quagmire and quickly generate ideas that will work? The answer is often easier than we think–it’s just a matter of having the right tool at the right time.

In this week’s Creative Tip we’ve outlined 3 highly useful brainstorming techniques to help you get the ideas flowing when your mind feels like mud.

Think Sharks are Scary? They Should Feel The Same Way About Us.

In honor of Shark Awareness Day we bring you this graphic, presented in a simple way, but with a very powerful point.

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