That’s Interesting 03.08.18

From Flyby Fuel to an ice cream-focused exhibition,  here’s some things that made us say “That’s interesting” in the studio this week.


The mighty honeycomb 

The honeycomb shaped €5coin was brought to life by Latvian designer Arthur Analts. The design was chosen by the Latvian Mint to create the collectible, which represents his country’s natural resources by playing with various shapes, textures, materials and finishes.

Have a look here


Science will cure you.

US brand Fuel recently launched Flyby Fuel, a hangover remedy for the rough morning afters. Mixed with water, the concentrated formula will boost its user’s enzymes and help their liver work even more efficiently, eventually clearing out the alcohol-related toxicity from the body.

Sort yourself from here


Artisanal Inside out.

Ambar Centeno is an artisanal brewed rye beer which is created in the only active fermentation room in Spain. The brand’s limited and creative production process explores the possibilities of surprising its consumers’ palate with aromatic notes and unusual tastes.

Try it out here


One more Scoop?

This summer The British Museum of Food is hosting ‘SCOOP: A Wonderful Ice Cream World’ by Bompas&Parr. The 3-month long exhibition is celebrating ice cream’s yesterday, today and tomorrow. This unusual curation travels back in time and place, visiting the roots and unusual history of the world’s most famous summer time treats.

Immerse yourself in the goodness here and read our account of the exhibition here


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