• A Creative Mess #11 - Weekly Dose of Design Trends
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A Creative Mess #11 - Weekly Dose of Design Trends


Sheryl Connelly's 2016 TED Notes: Armed with an iPad Pro, the visual note-taker created her most incredible documentation yet

For TED 2016 Sheryl (who also happens to be Ford Motor Company’s Futurist) armed herself with an iPad Pro and Pencil and used Autodesk Sketchbook to get the job done. The result is a 195-page collection that we’re proud to share.


This New Moleskine Notebook Backs Up To Your iPad Instantly

Called the Smart Writing Set, this smart pen and Moleskine copies anything you write on paper into your iPad—instantly.


100 Portraits That Tell The Stories Of People Underrepresented In Tech

Photographer Helena Price's touching project features designers, engineers, and product managers who break white-bro stereotypes.


Rebecca Louise Law's "Garten" at Bikini Berlin: 30,000 suspended, real flowers make for a one-of-a-kind deconstructed garden in this transient art installation

Nothing offers a greater anticipatory nudge toward the summer that awaits than real flowers. In the colder climates of the Northern Hemisphere, flowers have already begun to bloom, but within the Bikini Berlin concept shopping center something more conceptual has taken hold.


This Swedish Scientist's Transparent Wood Could Transform Architecture

A new material design innovation has made wood practically invisible. Just watch for splinters.


Baby Twins dressed in Cute Matching Outfits

Leia and Lauren are two 8 months-old twins, already famous on Instagram. Indeed, their mum is never out of ideas when it comes to dress her baby daughters.

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