Our most popular stories of the week
1. Thomas Heatherwick plans to suspend ‘1000 tonnes of garden’ over the River Thames in London in his ambitious £150 million Garden Bridge plan.
2. The team behind Wahaca are launching new restaurant chain Burrito Mama , with branding by BuroCreative and interiors by Softroom.
3. Bulletproof has given Ritz crackers a new look, inspired by the brand’s designs from the 1950s.
Our most popular Tweet of the week
The benefits and challenges of embedding design in business: http://t.co/3cQQQjFXwO
— Design Week (@Design_Week) November 6, 2013
Our favourite Tweets of the week
This quite interesting infographic shows the 10 main companies filling supermarket shelves: pic.twitter.com/ZZZmOPDO3n
— The QI Elves (@qikipedia) November 4, 2013
— Google Doodles (@GoogleDoodles) November 5, 2013
Computer, generate an ad for [Kindle] targeting [book-lovers] pic.twitter.com/gm5kp4Quks
— Asbury & Asbury (@asburyandasbury) November 5, 2013
Quote of the week
‘The idea of Space travel naturally brings to mind traditional rocket ships and the aerodynamic forms they command. However, the World View experience is not about speed, it’s about enjoying a once-in-a-lifetime journey.’ PriestmanGoode’s Nigel Goode on the consultancy’s plans to send manned balloon flights into Space .
Image of the week
Illustrator Noma Bar has developed his Cut It Out project into new show Cut the Conflict . Bar uses maps, photos and other material donated by people in conflict hit countries to bring nations together using die-cutting.
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Design stories in the national press
The Independent reports on plans by Milton Keynes Council to introduce driverless public transport pods into the town by 2017.
The Mirror tells the story of third-division Brazilian football team Madureira, who have gained a cult following thanks to their new shirt design, which features an image of Che Guevara.
And the Guardian invites readers to submit images of the worst graffiti they’ve seen…