That’s Interesting 23.11.18

From Toyi’s playful kits to Foreo’s A.I powered brushes, here are some things that made us say “That’s interesting” in the studio this week.

Dream, Create, Play

An up and coming startup from Istanbul, Toyi is aiming to democratise children’s toys, while bringing an element of discovery, excitement and imagination. The standard 64-unit kit is designed for kids aged 6 to 99, comes with no instructions, leveraging uninhibited and unlimited creativity through unusual and upcycled materials from used water bottles to discarded cardboard. One kit per each purchased Kickstarter item will be donated to underprivileged and disadvantaged children.

Mix and match while doing good from here

 

Digital Only

A 19-piece collection with zero environmental impact allows you to flaunt it digitally. Neo-Ex collection is the brainchild of retailer Carlings and Perl.www, a CGI model and a digital influencer. The collection is a rejection of over-consumption and the environmental impact of modern day manufacturing. Your purchase will be digitally fitted on to your photo by 3D designers while the sales will be donated to WaterAid.

Click and flick here

 

Fofo for you

Swedish Foreo is not your typical beauty brand. Foreo which stands for “For Everyone”, is constantly improving their technology to provide solutions for the needs of their varied consumer base. Their new offer, Luna Fofo is an artificial intelligence powered, silicone face brush with personalised routines, that works synergistically with its app. The new offer is aimed at teens’ ever-changing skin needs with a lower price point and playful branding. 

Wash in style here

 

Put a ring on it

Designer Mark Newson and Apple’s design guru Jonathan Ive have recently have collaborated for an exclusive project, a single piece diamond ring with around 2,000 to 3,000 facets. The ring is to be sold in the auction for the organisation (RED), a renowned charity who funded HIV prevention, treatment, counselling, testing and care services globally. The ring is estimated to be worth around £117,000 to £195,000.

Follow the good here

 

 

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