That’s Interesting 07.12.18

From Ikea’s collaboration with Tom Dixon to Squarespace’s kinetic rebranding,  here are some things that made us say “That’s interesting” in the studio this week.

Kinetic Space

Squarespace, the all-in-one online platform has recently teamed up DIA Studio, François Rappo and Optimo. The New York based brand has leveraged the sophisticated and dynamic soul of the City to help inspire the Squarespace’s new kinetic branding. The dynamic typography is used to reflect the essence of the platform.

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Visualised Pleasure

Anatomy of Pleasure is a concept project by Alakina Mann, a recent graduate from Glasgow School of Art’s medical visualisation and human anatomy course. Using photos, 2D representations and 3D models of the woman’s anatomy, Mann is aiming to question the taboos around female sexuality.

Have a look here

Inclusive Beauty 

Kohl Kreatives, dedicated to empowerment through beauty, has launched its latest Flex Collection. This new set of 5 make-up brushes is specially designed to cater for consumers with fine motor disabilities. Through its work, the brand has been helping people suffering from trichotillomania, alopecia, vitiligo and people with severe scarring or burns.

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Urban Farming 

Ikea has collaborated with Tom Dixon on a futures project. The ambition is to find innovative solutions for domestic farming. The duo’s first attempt will be for the Chelsea Flower Show, due in 2019, where they’ll present a series of urban farming products. A launch date is planned for 2021.

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