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Matt Richardson and I worked together on a project called Duality for Intel and Mashable. Mashable paired creators, equipped them with Intel-powered devices and gave them 16 days to build something special. We created an internet-connected change dish.
The dish can alert users with a subtle signal that you can program with a reminder for when you’re on the way out the door or just coming home.
It was a quick deadline, but a great project to work on. Thanks Matt, Lauren, Tony, and the rest of the film crew.
For more info, click here. If you share it out, please do so with the hashtag #Duality.
Complex has a great write up of it:
“The Dancer Salt and Pepper mills are made of an imported composite wood which was used to create the bar for Café Dancer in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. The mouthwatering red, white, and green caprese salad colors intrinsic to the material will enliven any table with a festive and puzzling air while providing freshly ground seasoning for every meal.”
I was invited to speak earlier this month at Apartment Therapy’s Design Evenings. Here is the footage. Thanks Maxwell and Ashley, I had a blast.
Just some quick images of what I’ve been working on at the MAD Museum Open Studios.