That’s Interesting 17.08.18

From 3D printed ballet shoes to Ozmetics’s artistic packs,  here’s some things that made us say “That’s interesting” in the studio this week.


Pain-free P-rouettes

Hadar Neeman, a graduate of Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, has just revealed their contemporary design of the classic ballet pointe shoes. Traditionally handcrafted, the not-so-user friendly shoes have been reengineered to fit the dancers’ feet seamlessly with high-end technology; using personalisation and 3D printing.

Have a look here


Immersive Ingredients

Ozmetics has teamed up with Sara Ozvaldic to create a sensorial world for their latest range of personalised skincare. In order to put the real heroes – the ingredients – in the spotlight, the designers captured the moment when they blend together, rendering the packaging into an immersive artistic expression.

Marvel at the packagings here


6 Strangers, 5 days

Carlsberg has asked 6 strangers to build a pub in a Cornish forest in 5 days. Powered by a waterfall, the pub was designed as a social experiment to build simple, direct and open communication in “the Danish way”; offering an escape to the hustle and bustle of the daily life. The pub is even available to rent on Airbnb!

Watch the video here


Feast for one

Personalised healthcare company Thriva has just partnered with London-based food company Vita Mojo to provide an ultra-bespoke service to its clients. Individuals can now receive personally crafted meals based on their most recent blood test results, which are matched against Vita Mojo’s food menu database to deliver to their unique needs.

To eat personal click here


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