That’s Interesting 24.05.19

From Harry’s Pride special to Alabaster’s Insta-Bible, here are some things that made us say “That’s interesting” in the studio this week.

100% unique

Personal care brand Harry’s has collaborated with artist José Antonio Roda to create a radiantly sleek limited edition shaving set for Pride. Each one features a uniquely coated iridescent razor with German-engineered cartridges. And the best part is that 100% of profits will be donated to The Albert Kennedy Trust, a UK national LGBTQ+ youth homelessness charity. 

Shave with Pride here

Resurrected Collective

History Blocks has collaborated with São Paulo-based agency Africa and UNESCO to open the virtual doors to our collective memory. The company makes it possible for students to immerse themselves in digital recreations of destroyed and lost monuments. Daniel Maia, manager for academic projects at Microsoft Brazil says, “Technology is a tool to transform education and bring to life methods that used to be unthinkable when it comes to teaching.” Minecraft’s Education Edition is used by schools in over 30 countries.

Explore here

Branded Bible

Founded by Brian Chung and Bryan Chung, the US-based Christian start-up Alabaster is planning to sell nearly $1 million worth of religious books this year. The duo have redesigned the Bible with a designer’s aesthetic, featuring beautiful imagery, careful craftsmanship and thoughtful layout. The idea? To create a version of the Bible that is more appealing to today’s Instagram generation, feels more relevant and looks less intimidating.

Get #blessed here

Digital Spa for all

Dazed Beauty has created an immersive digital platform that democratises the world of wellness. Frequently updated fresh content, online classes, colour therapy, CBD, podcasts and many more will render wellness approachable and accessible for chill-seekers worldwide.

Click back and relax here


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