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Daily Inspiration #1742

This post is part of our daily series of posts showing the most inspiring images selected by some of the Abduzeedo's writers and users. If you want …

Graphic Design

Two Faces, One Bag

Introducing the first ever, two-sided, leather backpack. It’s called the 2Face Backpack and it’s handsomely handcrafted to go everywhere you go! If …

Aker Brygge Brand Identity by Agency Bleed

The Sophisticated Brand Identity Concept for Aker Brygge in Oslo, Norway.<p>Bleed is as create agency with offices in Oslo, Norway and Vienna, Austria. …

Why VC Firms Are Snapping Up Designers

Irene Au, former head of Google’s user interaction team, is the latest designer to make her way to a venture capital firm. Here’s why VCs are so hot for designers and how consumers could ultimately benefit from the trend.<p>Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers, one of the world’s most prominent VC …

South Korea Ferry Was Severely Overloaded

South Korea

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Is Now A Madam Tussaud's Waxwork

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been inducted into Madam Tussaud's.<p>The billionaire social network founder is one of the first internet entrepreneurs …

University of Ulster: New plans for Belfast student block

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European elections: How do France and Germany compare?

Campaigns have started for Europe's elections in just over a month but is the European electorate engaged?<p>In the UK the fiercest debates have been about whether to stay in or leave the Union.<p>France and Germany are two of the biggest economies in the EU but their approaches to the vote have been …

President Obama plays soccer with a Japanese robot

President Obama is in Japan on a state visit right now, and he's been making some high-tech new friends. Honda's humanoid robot Asimo was on hand at Tokyo's Miraikan science museum — previously host to the colossal Kuratas mech — to demonstrate its soccer abilities. After offering a bow and …

God's Own Party? Yorkshire First to contest the euro elections

A new single issue political party promising to fight for Yorkshire will contest next month's European elections, despite its founder not living in the UK.<p>Yorkshire First has been set up by business adviser Richard Carter, who is currently living in Oslo and working in Germany. He says the party …

Why the Cornish are different from the rest of the UK

As the Cornish are to be granted minority status, we look at what makes them different from the rest of the Britain<p>Danny Alexander, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, is to announce that Cornish people will for the first time receive the same rights and protections as other “national minorities” …

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Top Stories<p>The Latest News from the UK and Around the World | Sky News<p>Theresa May: Back me or Brexit won't happen<p>The prime minister has warned rebels …

Police make Syria plea to UK Muslim women

<b>British counter-terrorism police chiefs are making an unprecedented appeal to Muslim women to persuade their relatives not to go to Syria to fight.</b><p>The national campaign for women to intervene follows a string of deaths of UK men who joined Syria's civil war against President Assad's …

Ferry disaster: Yellow ribbons become symbol of hope, solidarity

The bright yellow ribbons are tied tightly to the metal bars of the main gate at Danwon High School.<p>Nearby, they are attached to trees and posts. Altogether, there are thousands of them.<p>More than 300 students from the school were on a field trip on the Sewol, the ferry that sank last week off the …

Five habits that made Michele Romanow a serial startup success

Before she turned 30, Michele Romanow had launched four successful e-commerce companies including Buytopia and SnapSaves, the coupon company that was acquired by Groupon last year. Most recently, the Queen's engineering grad has joined the panel on Dragon's Den providing valuable insight on tech …

In South Korea, Obama to pause to remember ferry victims

President Barack Obama arrives in South Korea on Friday looking to bolster ties with an ally at a moment when it's reeling from a ferry disaster that killed 180 people at last count.<p>Obama, as he often does at home as "consoler-in-chief," will offer support to survivors and victims' families as he …

Syrian refugees cling to stability in Iraq

Finding relative stability in northern Iraq, many Syrian refugees are in no hurry to return to their war-torn country.<p><b>Domiz refugee camp, Iraq -</b> While the United Nations is warning that Lebanon could buckle under the pressure of hosting more than a million Syrian refugees, the situation in northern …

Poland presses for shift from Russian energy as Ukraine standoff escalates

Poland is calling for the European Union to wean itself off of Russian oil and gas – and turn to alternative suppliers such as Canada – in order to keep Moscow from using energy prices as a weapon in its escalating conflict with the West.<p>Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski also said that this …

Russia

China’s war on smog will rein in global coal demand

China's pollution epidemic has finally spurred the country's leadership to declare a war on smog. It's about time. Chinese citizens are angry about what's going into their lungs, while a recent government report says pollution has left 16 per cent of the country's land unfit for use. Much of that …

China

China frees Japanese cargo ship in $28m deal

Seizure, relating to unpaid compensation for Chinese ships leased in 1936, sparked Japanese formal diplomatic complaint.<p>China has released a Japanese cargo ship after its owners paid $28m to settle a pre-war debt, a court has said.<p>The Shanghai Maritime Court announced on Thursday that a large …