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  • Posted: March 4 2021 @ 4:00 | From:

    Forget Giphy. This New App Creates Movie Montages To Accompany Your Texts

    Life has felt anything but cinematic lately. But a new app from art-house movie streaming service Mubi lets cinephiles bring the movies to them. The app, designed by Pentagram partner Yuri Suzuki and his team at Pentagram’s London office, remixes your text messages into custom movie montages set to... Read more

  • Posted: March 4 2021 @ 3:00 | From:

    Design Elicits Powerful Emotions. This New Book Explores Why

    All design in any media is created to engage the viewer. Designers use typography, images, form, material, and color to communicate a message, whether designing a 2D graphic, automobile, or telephone. The communication is often overt, but some covert signals and cues also help the viewer form though... Read more

  • Posted: March 4 2021 @ 2:00 | From:

    Move Over, Uber. I Want To Ride On This Tiny Trolley

    Uber. Bike and scooter shares. And public transit. This trifecta seems like it covers every urban transportation need. But the truth is that each solution comes with its own flaws. Ubers clog the roads. Bikes can make you sweat. And especially during the COVID-19 era, sharing enclosed spaces with ot... Read more

  • Posted: March 4 2021 @ 1:00 | From:

    Amazon Crushed Affordable Housing. Now It’s Trying To Offset The Problem It Helped Create

    The November 2018 announcement that Amazon would be siting HQ2, its second headquarters, in Arlington, Virginia, triggered some not-unexpected anxiety about the company’s impact on the local housing market. The projected influx of around 25,000 employees (and their salaries) from one of the world’s... Read more

  • Posted: March 3 2021 @ 9:32 | From:

    Interview: A Higher (Brand) Culture, With Michael Stusser, Higher Ground

    Taboo aside – cannabis is part of the world around us. While some try to ignore it, others strive to harness its many properties, even at the commercial level. Pretty unique brands have emerged in this industry in past years, even if cannabis is mostly banned around the world... Read more

  • Posted: March 3 2021 @ 5:20 | From:

    This Beautifully Designed Deck Of Playing Cards Honors Black Icons, From MLK Jr. To Oprah

    When Kearra Johnson redesigned a card deck for a school project in the fall of 2019 at the University of Missouri, she immediately loved the result. She didn’t realize that lots of other people would, too. The deck—called Revolution Cards—features prominent Black historical figures instead of the st... Read more

  • Posted: March 3 2021 @ 4:00 | From:

    Staying Creative In Extreme Isolation: Lessons From Japan’s ‘hikikomori’

    The Japanese word hikikomori translates to “pulling inward.” The term was coined in 1998 by Japanese psychiatrist Tamaki Saitō to describe a burgeoning social phenomenon among young people who, feeling the extreme pressures to succeed in their school, work, and social lives and fearing failure, deci... Read more

  • Posted: March 3 2021 @ 3:01 | From:

    Talk Soon Is A Photographic Record Of Two Artists’ Quarantine Conversations

    Erik Kessels and Thomas Sauvin spent lockdown communicating via photographs, with the dialogue now collected in Talk Soon - which offers a collection of nonsensical juxtapositions that speak to the weirdness of quarantine The post Talk Soon is a photographic record of two artists’ quarantine convers... Read more

  • Posted: March 3 2021 @ 3:00 | From:

    Facing A $40 Billion Shortfall, U.S. Transit Agencies Jump Into Real Estate

    The pandemic has been devastating for public transit. According to the American Public Transportation Association, transit ridership in 2020 was down 79% nationally compared to pre-pandemic rates. And though no public transit agencies in the United States get all their revenue from ridership alone,... Read more

  • Posted: March 3 2021 @ 2:56 | From:

    Libresse’s #painstories Campaign Lifts The Lid On Endometriosis

    The new social-first campaign includes visceral artworks, a Pain Dictionary and a virtual exhibition displayed in a specially created Pain Museum The post Libresse’s #painstories campaign lifts the lid on endometriosis appeared first on Creative Review. Read more