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Idealog—in the ideas business


Wax on, wax off: The Moustachio man

As you can see, Moustachio Co. founder Rab Heath (you may recall his name from a previous venture featured in Idealog, Boxedthrough) walks the talk. It's an up-and-coming brand devoted solely to facial hair grooming, with products handmade by ... More …


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Technology

The Wrap: 16 April

This week's Wrap sees games getting serious, a glove to control music with a wave of the hand, a video sharing service to rival Vine and tattoos come to the 3D printer. More …




EROAD takes a bite out of Oregon

Transport technology company EROAD has opened its first US office in Portland, Oregon, with five staff, following a a commercial pilot in 2012 and a regulatory pilot in 2013. More …


Chilling out with Tim Wigmore’s Pil

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Made with beech logs from Southland forests, and artisan handblown glass, the Pil pendant blends old-school craftsmanship with LED lighting for a totally cutting edge effect. Tim Wigmore - you've done it again. More …


Brother’s Pams rebrand named best in show at new awards

Who knew there was an award showcase devoted to packaging design for private brand product ranges? Well, there is - the brand new Vertex Awards - and New Zealand’s Brother Design picked up ‘Best in Show’ and four gold medals for ... More …



Innovation Heroes: Penelope Barr-Sellers

Next month a bunch of top Kiwi brains are taking to the road for the Innovation Heroes tour - think wine, canapés and inspiring stories straight from the horse's mouth. Today we meet Penelope Barr-Sellers. More …



Ginger and Jack: Fresh as a daisy

Remember Liora Saad's eco-stationery brand Toodles Noodles? She's teamed up with fellow kiwi Annelise Ford of Tikitibu on a new offering entirely, Ginger and Jack. More …