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Wanted: G-Star RAW and Vitra Revive Jean Prouvé’s Forgotten ClassicsInfographic Of The Day: America Loves Weed More Each YearA Beautiful Typeface For The African Art Museum Echoes The Building It AdornsAn Exhibition Of Artfully Designed Boxes That Outshine Their ContentsWind-Up Gadgets Give Eskimo Kisses And Golf ClapsWanted: TouchFire, A Thin Keyboard For iPad That Kills Your LaptopWhen Rebooting A Project, Throw Out The Bathwater But Keep The BabySimple Genius: Pockit, A Game Console With No Screen And No GraphicsA Nerve-Wracking Installation Makes You Defuse (Fake) BombsDieter Rams’s 10 Principles Of Good Design, Revealed In 10 Clever PostersThe Jawbone UP Fails, But Teaches 3 Golden Rules For Experience DesignSave Lives By Cleaning Up Vacant LotsWanted: Salt And Pepper “Spheres” That You Squeeze Instead Of ShakeA Beautiful Kitchen System That Cuts Energy Use In HalfPorsche’s New Atlanta HQ Is “The Essence Of The Porsche Driving Experience”Infographic Of The Day: The Best Design Tools On The MarketHere’s Some Good Economic News: U.S. Manufacturing Is Rising Once AgainCan South America China-ify Its Economy Without Destroying The Amazon?Windy City: Putting Turbines Inside BuildingsWanted: Sphero, A Sci-Fi Toy Ball You Control With Your SmartphoneMailChimp’s Style Guide Is Corporate Communication Done RightNo Joke: The White House Almost Looked Like ThisZut Alors! McDonald’s Unveils High-Design Concept Store In FranceMr. Miyagi Meets The Matrix With a Prosthesis That Replicates “Bullet Time”Queasy Couture Uses Moldy Bread To Make Haute FabricsWanted: Kicks Solve A Subtle Failing Of The iPad’s DesignInfographic Of The Day: The Pro Sports TwitterverseHow Japan Mined Its History To Fuel The Innovation Of Today10 Posters Showing The Sweep And Grandeur Of Modern ScienceRoof Sculpture, Inspired By Buckyballs, Uses Solar Power To Emit MoonlightWhat Good Does Design Do For Business?