That’s Interesting 13.02.2020

From 3D printed vitamins to travel guides for Xbox games, here are some things that made us say “That’s Interesting” in the studio this week.

Vitamin 3D

UK vitamin company Nourished is leading the world of Nutrition down a new path – 3D printed multivitamins. They can be tailored perfectly to your dietary requirements to supercharge your wellbeing and come in the form of a tasty gelatine-free gummy.

Print your vitamins here

Your fantasy destination

This new travel guide from McCann is unlike any other you’ve ever seen – as it’s based purely on fiction. To be more specific, it’s a guide for the open works of various Xbox games. Xbox games have come incredibly beautiful, and this is the perfect tool to explore to your heart’s desire, without ever having to leave the comforts of home.

Play away here

Teenage kicks

IKEA and Teenage Engineering have teamed up to create a colourful and truly unique new collection ‘Frekvens’. Post release, Teenage Engineering have also launched a collection of free accessories for the line that you can 3D-Print at home. These include handles, pockets for phones, and slots to hold coffee.

Accessorise here

The ideal body 

Central St Martins graduate Daisy May Collingridge has created a series of “squishy” flesh suits designed to challenge the way we perceive the ‘ideal body type’. These playful creations feature overlapping skin-like rolls hand-stitched from jersey and cotton. They’re made to emulate bodies often seen in muscular anatomy diagrams and celebrate the human form in all of its diversity.

Get squishy here


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