David O’ Reilly, the visual artist behind the fake futuristic video game played in the Spike Jonze film “Her”, released his first real game called “Mountain”.Read More
Today we share the on-going series of French photographer Antoine Bruy’s Scrublands, about men and women of Europe who live isolated from civilization.Read More
A recap after a month’s publishing, we’d like to share with you our favorite posts, check them out below!Read More
What an amazing adventure we have had on our business dinner at the impressive temporary summer-restaurant on ‘Vuurtoreneiland’.Read More
There is a huge “sustainable” evolution happening in supermarkets around the world. From (green) juice bars, free tasting, online shopping support by local staff to health and wellness hubs, content curators and community portals. Shape-shifting supermarkets are repositioning themselves as culturally and socially relevant organizations that can fulfill a great number of modern consumer needs.Read More
Designers Petter Johansson Kukacka and Christain Isberg, collectively known as Pjadad/Isberg, designed a 'Collaborative Cooking Machine’ that digitally prepares dishes.Read More
Many of us would probably love to work with our hands more or learn an old-school craft, yet, taking the necessary steps to making it happen are not always that simple.Read More
Through a rise of local communities whom prefer to be self-sustainable as much as possible, a new niche of products show us a thoughtful trend that's in favor of decentralizing major food supplies, and promote hyper-localism instead.Read More
Last Thursday May 8th, we organized an afternoon with Kentroy Yearwood - renown denim designer and passionate about creating a cleaner world -. He spoke about the "Past, Present and Future of Sustainability".
He took us along the current industrial process of garment manufacturing where too often waste is not managed but ignored, where cheap labor is a nicer name for slavery and the use of toxic materials is considered to be an economic necessity ...Read More
In days when space is becoming scarce, homes, apartments and even furniture are shrinking. Livable space is even shrinking at such a pace that people are actually looking to set up base on other planets too.Read More
Organic personal care products are a huge trend. Demand for bio products keeps on growing as we increasingly become "conscious" and aware about harmful synthetic ingredients.
As this market grows, many new companies are entering the market with cool new products, such as the "Teardrop my Phytocosmetic Lab".Read More