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Moving to Los Angeles and Monument Valley

Take a look at some of the latest ideas, products, and visuals for the week of March 24 brought to you by our strategists, designers, and developers.

Moving To Los Angeles: For his new series of documentaries about Los Angeles, Louis Theroux and his family relocated to the city, where they found themselves gradually embracing the Angeleno way of life.

Civilization Is Ending: Sorry, but your greatest fears have just been proven to be an inevitable reality — global industrial civilization will probably collapse in the coming decades.

Lessons From Bike Messengers: When bike messengers speed through the city they are (at least momentarily) transforming it.

Pharrell, Happy And How To Make Contemporary Culture: What does Happy music video do differently? How do these “real people” differ from the real people who feature so prominently in music, marketing and advertising?

Photowall: Google launches Photowall for Chromecast, an app that lets you beam collaborative photo albums to your TV.

Mod: A paper notebook that users can send out to be digitized after they have filled up its pages.

Wello: A stealthy smartphone accessory that also tracks your health.

Infrared Film Turns The Arctic Hot Pink: In psychedelic magentas, blues, and purples, captured with some of the last remaining stock of infrared Kodak Aerochrome film.

Monument Valley: Games as art; a stunning iPad based game from ustwo that challenges the relationship between the two.

Rikako Nagashima Refelects Her Love Of Hello Kitty: Japanese artist/ art director Rikako Nagashima, was commissioned with nine other artists by House of Hello Kitty and Swarovski to create an artwork for an exhibition around Omotesando, Tokyo.

Levi Brooks is the CEO/Co-founder of Use All Five.
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