The past few months have been unbelievably busy with big changes, and getting settled in HK. More on that to come.
But first, Open for Design is coming to a close, with final posts up at the end of October. The link will be up till November 30th, then it’s officially farewell. Check it out while you still can!
Following is a summary of my posts since the last overview.
> You Can Take It with You – a look at paper funereal offerings in the 21st century
> Money Money Money – the evolution of money from material to virtual wealth
> Fantastic Plastic? – anti-plastic bag initiatives and having another think about whether plastic is friend or foe.
> Water, Water Everywhere – water as muse in all states of matter
> Call Me – mobile phones: master or servant?
> It moves, but does it move you? – tunnel ads
> Overcoming Obstacles – Australian parkour team “Trace Elements” visit Hong Kong
> Spacesuits Optional – a.k.a the 250,000-mile diet – feasting on the harvest from seeds which have been blasted into outerspace
> You can’t always get what you want – the perfect fairy tale wedding at Tokyo’s St. Grace Cathedral
> Mies remixed – being content with less
> She got bling – from hooker to looker: Barbie’s ascent to stardom
> The Life List – does it work? (one case where it did)
> Motion capture: the mastery of NY-based French artist WK Interact
> Moving masses: managing pedestrian traffic in retail
> Good vibrations: feng shui and balancing energy for health and wealth
> Moon Festival: Mid-Autumn Festival moon cakes and 3,000 years of tradition
> Paper Scissors Rock: getting inspired in graphic design, fashion & architecture
> Geek Love: drawing obsessions with music, fashion, art and design together via collectable toys
> IZAt: a stylish temporary shelter by Tokolo Asao & Imakita Hitoshi
> Not-so-secret liaisons: the PostSecret phenomena