The choices we make by nespresso

Earlier this month, Nespresso released its newest campaign, sharing some personal stories from the farmers behind the exceptional coffees it is known for. These heart-warming stories have been made possible thanks to Nespresso’s uncompromising choices.

Do what you can’t imagine By Pulkit Mehdiratta

The world is an unfair place. Only the fewest of the few people are on a platform which they had dreamt off. Only the cream class comprising of less than 1% gets more than 95% of opportunities whilst the rest are barred from grasping even a nibble of them. So what to do? How to…

Start afresh this Eid, By Athmeeya Shetty

  India is a land of festivity and celebrations. Festivals don’t just spread happiness it spreads with it values of togetherness, goodness and sense of belongingness. It is a novel way to unite families, friends and all the near and dear ones. A means to connect heart, mind and soul. Festivals uplift diversity and unifies…

“Millions of Italians can now say they own a one-of-a-kind Nutella Jar”

7 million jars appeared on shelves in Italy, all of them boasting a unique label design. And here’s a weird twist: Every single one of those millions of labels was designed by……an algorithm? Yes, algorithm. The reason for “hiring” an algorithm was to design all the jars exactly different yet unique. The algorithm pulled from…

Neki Ek Ibadat By Pulkit Mehdirtta

  Children are the messengers of God. This holds so apt in this advertisement that even the people with conflicting thoughts might start worshiping their own. The advertisement in it’s first glance takes you back into your childhood and reviving the old memories of how truthful, honest and kind hearted are the li’l ones! Prioritizing…

The Lunchbox Kitchen By Bhavya Ahuja

  It is said that only Empathy can make you the strongest person. The idea of portraying something so strong that the emotions depicted, enter your skin and makes you feel this issue with all your heart poured out. You can’t deny that you literally felt like crying when you saw that empty lunch box…