The Color Factory is a pop-up experience celebrating a full spectrum of hues and shades. A 12,000 square feet space filled as a full-color wonderland initiated by Oh Happy Day, the partiest shop on the net. This to me is a good example which shows retail is shifting to an “experiential” state, instead of just a pickup point for more stuff.
Tim Ferriss suggests we should define our fears instead of our goals. An interesting approach, coming from the utmost interesting Stoa philosophy. Which seems to me is the philosophy of which people are talking about more and more these days. Are you observing the same by any chance?
I could imagine someday people are willing to pay for these kind of add-ons.
Impressive to see how the Dutch Kijkshop has been able to (crowd)fund over 1MLN for their new retail concept. The concept is built around the People2People principle, finally paying customers for their reviews. I’m curious to see how this will evolve.
Take pictures and let them stay where you took them… This could be a whole new dimension in photography. Imagine taking courses from professional photographers through this technique or showing various grids of where exactly one took what picture… Nice!
That’s it for issue #44.
Enjoy your week and don’t forget to do nothing every now and then.