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Aug
27
2014

thatjcrewginghamshirt – The shirt every guy has to have in his arsenal

J.Crew same shirt guys  - on the road

This J.Crew gingham shirt seems to have taken over every state of America. After seeing the same shirt everywhere in New York, Jonathan San started a hilarious instagram account – thatjcrewginghamshirt that documents every 20 something male that has been spotted wearing this shirt.

Aug
18
2014

5 common Indian things that are not actually Indian

Bata

While browsing through Quora, we stumbled upon a thread getting inputs from people on the very topic – What are some non-Indian things that Indians have made their own? Though most of the answers were fairly known, one of these facts had us stunned. We had to reread and actually search for confirming the facts. Anyhow, here goes the list.

Aug
14
2014

#Fatkini – Nothing is more gorgeous than being real

Fatkini

Thanks to the universal popularity of selfies and people using the social media in a way that promotes the body in a positive way, hashtags like #Fatkini and #LoseHateNotWeight are becoming quite popular. The hash tags have created micro communities of women who are sharing their bikini bodies in a bold and beautiful way.

Jul
31
2014

The Design History behind the official Commonwealth Programmes (2002,2006)

2006

The Commonwealth Games sees athletes from around the Commonwealth – a group of 53 member states that were mostly territories of the former British Empire compete in a range of sports, hosted in cities selected by the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF). When the Scottish city of Glasgow hosts the games in 2014, eighteen cities in seven countries will have hosted the event. Elanders UK takes a look at the history and design evolution of the official Commonwealth programmes.

Jul
30
2014

The Design History behind the official Commonwealth Programmes (1954, 1958 & 1974)

1970

The Commonwealth Games sees athletes from around the Commonwealth – a group of 53 member states that were mostly territories of the former British Empire compete in a range of sports, hosted in cities selected by the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF). When the Scottish city of Glasgow hosts the games in 2014, eighteen cities in seven countries will have hosted the event. Elanders UK takes a look at the history and design evolution of the official Commonwealth programmes.

Jul
28
2014

The Design History behind the official Commonwealth Programmes (1930, 1934)

Commonwealth Games 2014 - Glasgow

The Commonwealth Games sees athletes from around the Commonwealth – a group of 53 member states that were mostly territories of the former British Empire compete in a range of sports, hosted in cities selected by the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF). When the Scottish city of Glasgow hosts the games in 2014, eighteen cities in seven countries will have hosted the event. Elanders UK takes a look at the history and design evolution of the official Commonwealth programmes.

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