Fast Company’s sixth annual Innovation By Design Awards are an inspiring source of what’s new, and a straight-up proof on the fact innovation isn’t easy. Go scroll through this year’s best products, services, interfaces, and ideas to get a glimpse of today’s future.
Amatore is a Dutch platform which brings together those who teach music, dance, arts and acting with those who are keen to learn about it. Kevin, the guy who runs it, recently started a Crowdfunding campaign (as explained in this film) in order to work out their national roll-out. I would love to see him succeed in his mission, so go give some 💸 in case you care.
Subscribe to this weekly publication featuring one piece of graphic design at a time. This project is initiated by this design center (and readymag). An interesting way to keep your collection relevant and known. Something more museums and libraries should do if you ask me.
Hundred Waters's album is out, it might sound somewhat poppy, but it isn't 😉. Click the image to play.
Facebook’s business interest is chancing our future internet. Watch this clear explanation video by NYTimes to get to know why. And even though your response mind is, o I knew this already, do reflect this on your Facebook dependence.
And I know that’s difficult when they come up with content like this.
Musician Damon Krukowski explores the nature of listening in our digital world. In this episode, he learns us how musicians unwittingly used the concept of time back in the days which made their music sound authentic and unique. And by explaining this concept, he thereby makes you understand why we need more offline time in this day and age.
That’s it of #45, have a great week and be aware of the season shifting colors around you.
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