Poster Art of Franciszek Starowieyski, Part I
Mademoiselle, Dir: Tony Richardson (1970)
They (Oni), Teatr Ateneum, Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz (1978)
La mariee etait en noir (The Bride Wore Black - Panna młoda w żałobie), Dir: François Truffaut (1969)
Czarna Komedia (Black Comedy) (1969)
As You Like it (Jak wam sie podoba), William Shakespeare (1976)
La Bella serata della mia vita (The Smash/The Best Night Of My Life - Kraksa) dir: Ettore Scola (1974)
Secesja exhibition poster (1973)
Acte Interrompu, Teatr J. Osterwy, Lublin, Tadeusz Różewicz (1973)
Poster for Starowieyski exhibition (1998)
"Brands are no longer merely peddling products; they’re producing, unearthing, and distributing information. And because they do, the corporation becomes not just economically important to society, but intellectually essential as well."-
Alexander Jutkowitz “The Content. Marketing Revolution”
Lots of dystopic stuff in this article. “Intellectually essential” is a description of approximately 0% of content marketing I have ever seen.
Interesting to watch how this will evolve. From a ‘new shiny thing’ to a has-been strategy or ‘normal’. Looks like VICE has it pretty locked in these days, so maybe not so dystopic in their eyes.
Jerusalem-based industrial designer Naomi Kizhner created a series of sci-fi jewelry than harvest kinetic energy from a human’s body and turns it into electricity. Called “Energy Addicts”. Each spike is inserted into a vein; the blood stream spins the wheel and creates movement. The jewelry is made from gold and 3D-printed biopolymer. Each piece contains sharp stings that neatly pierce the skin and serve as bio energy harvesting devices. The energy is generated from the body’s subconscious movements, such as blood flow or blinks of an eye. Kizhner created several designs to be worn on different body parts and to draw energy from specific physiological functions. Via Reddit