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Take a look at some of the latest ideas, products, and visuals for the week of November 16th brought to you by our strategists, designers, and developers.


The Awe Delusion: You could call some artistic movements technological inventions. Or even technological revolutions.

Lost And Found: How a prolific tinkerer built one of the world’s oddest collections – and his life – from simple spare parts.

Meet Jean Jullien, The Artist Behind The “Peace for Paris” Symbol: As the world reeled from an act of unfathomable hatred and cowardice, an artist’s heartfelt symbol of peace became a worldwide sign of support for France.

How Creativity Is Helped By Failure: Creativity is a journey that involves taking wrong turns along the way.


Northstar Version 1: A magnet activated, LED-equipped silicone device from Grindhouse Wetware.

Electric Objects 2.0: Follow digital art collectors and see the art in their homes.

TreePress: A site that connect the people who write playscripts with those who need them.

Pefin: An app that uses AI to make decisions with your money, just like a human advisor would.


James Turrell On Drake: The artist got attention from a new audience thanks to Drake’s Hotline Bling video – but his long career deals with art and life’s most fundamental substance.

Algorithmic Clothing: The Processing Foundation provides the glitch art, Print All Over Me provides the final printed design—all in the name of community.

Microsoft’s Lobby Cube Experience: A digital installation that seamlessly integrates architecture and space, transporting employees to an environment in tune with nature.

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