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Painting After Technology and the Meme as Meme

Take a look at some of the latest ideas, products, and visuals for the week of June 1st brought to you by our strategists, designers, and developers.


Painting After Technology: What effect has digital technology had on contemporary painting?

The Meme As Meme: Why do things go viral, and should we care?

What Will We Learn From Living On Mars?: As our environment gets more and more dangerous, the technologies we develop to live on the Martian surface will help us here, too.

Hooked On A Feeling: For all of the hype around “user experience” it often feels like we struggle with what it means to actually craft an experience.


Karmic Koben: A modern ebike that lets you ride faster, go farther, all while having more fun than ever before.

Human Charger: A device that sends UV-free, blue-enriched white light to where we need it most, so we remain forever in sync.

Dynamic Sanctuary: Based on the 2016 Ford Edge interior, creates a deeper connection between humans and architecture


Craftsmanship In The Postdigital Age: We applaud the artisans blending age-old techniques with the latest technology in fashion, art, design and architecture

Products With Double Meaning: Young Mexican industrial designers explore linguistic tradition of alburear through design objects.

Travel To The Depths Of The iInternet With Thomas Traum: Thomas Traum, the digital image-making extraordinaire who is responsible for the Kenzo’s in-store moving graphics, among other things.

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