The New New — Issue Three
In which the early 2000s return to find us watching transparent televisions, smelling new spaces, and taking notes on stone paper.
This irregular — and often irreverent — roundup of brand experiences, culture-driven experiments, and scoops of perception is back for the third time.
Once, twice, thrice. Dig on in.
- Craft, replacing corporate ‘purpose’ as the future’s motivator
- Eau De Space, from NASA’s formula for Space smell
- Linkin Park Minutes to Midnight logo, the most popular T‑shirt design in the world
- Vintage iPods, nostalgia grows and hacks return
- Napster, now with a new owner
- Syqel, the new new WinAmp visualizations
- Transparent Televisions, (finally) being mass-produced
- Stone Paper, waterproof and friction-free notebooks
- Egg, express yourself in new freeform, creative spaces
- Horizon, Facebook’s new worlds in the making
🎵 “One, two, three, four — come on and make some more” 🎵
Have a new intrigue of your own? See something I missed?
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By Brent Turner
Image from Katharina Grosse’s kaleidoscopic transformation of an old Berlin train station
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