Digital Image sold for…. Well, we will see how much… But, the day when the first digital art piece is sold at Christie’s will be remembered. “Everydays: The First 5000 Days” by Mike Winkelmann, also known as Beeple will be sold – the auction starts on Feb. 25 and ends March 11. The artwork is … Continue reading 5000. The NFTs Craze
Perseverance successfully landed on Mars! In great shape, Perseverance is up to work to discover the undiscovered land.NASA engineers celebrate the achievements of Science, Businesses are already thinking of Space-Business!The big question is the Arty Sector: if and when will be invited to join the Party? And if not invited, how can we crash the … Continue reading Creative Space Disruption?
In 2020, with nowhere to go (no travel, parties, office, festivals, so on) the demand for fashion dropped dramatically. And 2021, showed its first victims: Rihanna’s Fenty Fashion House has closed less than 2 years after launching with LVMH, the French giant with a $320B+ valuation. (If Fenty has closed, in the same day, the … Continue reading The Future/Present Of Virtual Fashion
What can be more challenging than trying to figure out a model for a new industry? And we don’t even have to put the caveat: in these new times, that are unfolding before us. Is this an opportunity for an emerging industry to start thinking from point 0 ( or point 1 or 2…) about … Continue reading New Handbook for XR Producers
“ #DressYourselfie! Upgrade your Lockdown Look ” was a post that caught my attention on Linkedin. My first thoughts were that it is just another funny COVID-related gimmick, but then immediately I noticed the intriguing and high quality design of the dress, made by María Ruano.For me, the idea was not just funny, but also … Continue reading Circular Fashion Detective
As VR is still an emerging field, these type of startups are quite rare in the ecosystem. Definitely, it is not easy to set up a business and convince investors to be the first to pull funds in a domain that might or might not grow. However, for creators, having startups as allies to support … Continue reading Future of VR : VeeR
How can you shift from classical ballet into the tech field? It seems almost like ‘mission impossible’, right? But not for Caitlin Hafer, the co-founder of What the Hack. And discussing with her, we found out that ballet and tech have many facets in common. Caitlin started to do work in choreography when she was … Continue reading Dancing With Techies
THIS ARTICLE IS THE SECOND PART OF A SERIES THAT DISCUSS HACKATHONS IN THE CULTURAL AND CREATIVE FIELDS. THE FIRST PART YOU CAN READ HERE. Hacking Culture definitely had its own story. First of all, not many hackathons with this vertical were organised, so not really an extensive experience in this field. There are many … Continue reading When Arts Hacks Hackathons#2
Once Covid started, hackathons started to. Art and creative industries were massively affected (different cultural sectors more than others) and they show interest in the digital world. Finally, startup-ers said, let’s take a glimpse into the creative field, and Hack the Culture. Little did we know that the difference between worlds is so big, that … Continue reading When Arts Hacks Hackathons
Makerspace are popular environments that were set up to help (future)makers, but also to promote STEM Learning. The new trend was fuelled by necessities in our society toward more experts in the field of technology, engineering or science. So learning together form one another seemed a good idea. But, what happens when you include also … Continue reading Makers Hub. Plus Arts
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