Nicolas Jaar and Brian Jackson soundtrack a soulful tribute to victims of police brutality on Nowness

You can’t think about thinking without thinking about thinking about something.

Seymour Papert — ‘Beyond “The Uncanny Valley”’ by Joichi Ito on

Thanks to Samuel I came across Supercargo from Peter Moosgaard. A tumblr filled with a kind of primitive reflections on the modern century. Read an interview with Peter here, and enjoy endless scrolling here. Love it!

Everything we love, in one picture. Porsches, bikes and indigo…

Beautiful packaging designed by Robot Food for Costello & Hellerstein, as shared on Retail Design Blog

Heart of Glass is a research project led by ECAL’s Master Product Design programme between 2012 and 2014.

Designboom interviews Nendo on his chocolatexture lounge at Maison & Objet

With the porcelain objects of Plantantion Polish designer Alicja Patanowska try to answer to the need to find a remarkable, almost symbolic use of what has been abandoned. As shared on Domus

Simply perfect: Kenzo Takada x Masunaga Sunglass Collection, as featured on Hypebeast

Really like this idea ‘The Matter of Matter’ by Linde Hermans, as featured on Trendland

Beautiful blues by Maison Margiela as shared on Hypebeast

Love this new work by Pentragram: 10 Trinity Square

Together with the rijksmuseum, de bijenkorf has invited artists, writers, musicians, architects, and designers from all around the world to take part in their artist in residence program. located in a small tower in the historic heart of amsterdam, the department store wanted to reimagine the studio to create a unique experience and cultural haven. this became the starting point for i29 interior architects, who have designed an installation that brings two worlds together in one called ‘room on the roof’.

This is beautiful! Anchovy is an attempt to automate the process of apparel design in the context of network. It consists of a web app that transforms social media messages into color gradients and objects: silk scarves designed exclusively with the algorithm. The users’ input is accumulated in the archive of gradients to be reused for the future iterations of design.

In the end, the test of a work of art is our affection for it, not our ability to explain why it is good.

Stanley Kubrick (via majouji)

Beautiful blues in these arctic images by Alex Cornell

Love this clean grid in Le Mistral gift shop by JP Architects.