Use All Five Squiggle Graphic

The Mystery of Flying Kicks and Building Templecraft

Take a look at some of the latest ideas, products, and visuals for the week of March 23rd brought to you by our strategists, designers, and developers.

Ideas

The Mystery Of Flying Kicks: Shoes hang from overhead wires around the world. What’s behind this urban meme – crime, sex, drugs, art, politics?

Learning Algorithms By Visualizing Algorithms: A good way to get into algorithms is to actually see them and how really simple they tend to be (thanks, recursion) and even how elegant a good algorithm is.

How To Design The Future: As technological choices become ever more complex, design fiction, not science, hints at the future we actually want

Design In The Abstract: When talking about design in the abstraction, it is important to be clear about where in the process this happens to be.

Products

Rome2Rio: How to get anywhere by plane, train, bus, ferry and car.

Priime: An app that helps you quickly make your portraits, landscapes, sunsets, and other photos more beautiful with smart style recommendations based on subject, color palette, exposure, and more.

The Emoji Keyboard: Silicone keyboard cover + magic software = your favorite emoji right beneath your fingertips!

Visuals

Templecraft: Using Minecraft, artist Adam Clarke, BlockWorks and Sparks will build a digital reconstruction of David Best’s Temple, replicating its startling architecture and intricate internal spaces.

Graham Fink Is Drawing With His Eyes: This is Drawing with my Eyes, Fink’s new exhibition, where visitors can witness the artist using neither his hand nor any other instrument but his eyes to create his striking line contour images.

A Sub-Aquatic Sculpture Park: Just off the coast of Cancun there is an area of ocean floor that has been transformed into a mysterious sculpture park.


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

Get new perspectives and the latest information delivered to your inbox: