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Service Jam

Take 48 hours to Create New Amazing Services in a “Service Jam”

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What kind of new public services and programs are needed in your community?  Individuals interested in service design, design thinking, and innovation will meet at locations all over the world to develop brand new services and experience collaboration. In cities such as Los Angeles, Vienna, Chicago, and other places, teams will have one weekend to create ideas for new services. […]

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Cocoon

Cocoon – A Tiny Home Made of Fabric

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Tanya Shukstelinsky, who did a final project from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design created tiny shelter space that has gotten a lot of attention lately.  Her piece called  “Cocoon” is made out of fabric, and has a sleeping space, steps, a table, and a fillable bathtub within it.  In order to move around in the space, an inhabitants […]

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Foodphreaking

Food Phreaking – 38 Stories of Experimenting with Food

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The Center for Genomic Gastronomy is an independent research institute that examines the technology, ecology, diversity and open culture of human food systems.  Their mission is to map food controversies, prototype alternative culinary futures and to imagine a more just, biodiverse, and beautiful food system. Recently they put out a new publication called Food Phreaking – issue #0, which outlines […]

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Spy

CAMERAS – An Installation of 150 Fake Security Cameras

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Ever feel like someone is watching you?  In the Great Britain, there is one surveillance for every six people in the country. To explore issues of surveillance, the Spanish artist SpY recently installed 150 CCTV cameras on a building façade in Madrid  The fake security cameras were put up to “not watch over anything,” as the artist writes on his […]

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Madebkrlyn Package

BKLYN Herb Packaging Give Fresh Herbs a New Look

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Mint, basil, or thyme that comes from Brooklyn?   Rooftop gardens are on the rise in many urban areas including Brooklyn, NY. Matthew Krupitsky designed a simple package for herbs and vegetables grown in rooftop gardens that literally says “Made In Brooklyn” in bright colors, in order to help promote the origin of the vegetables. The label is shaped in the […]

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