A fortnightly from Don't Be Content | Issue #1
Backspace is the key to looking back to look ahead with a new vision. Join us every fortnight as we curate ideas that inspired us from the fields of art, fashion, culture, design, and tech – anything and everything that fills you with wonder.
Directed by Oscar-winner Tom Hooper, the ad tells of a chance encounter between two people who exchange a phone number on the back of a lottery ticket.
The ‘Wonder’ by Tom Lawton is a kinetic sculpture that brings comfort and kindness in a world spilling with tension, treachery, division, and fear.
Gucci partnered with Stanley Kubrick’s costume designer Milena Canonero to create a tribute to the originals. Finding accurate lookalikes adding to the campaign’s surreality.
Conceived by Fahrenheit DDB, the project supported the theaters in Peru. The figures occupied the restricted seats to present the collections in an unusual way.
Brooklyn-based MSCHF bought an original Andy Warhol for $20K, made 999 exact forgeries of it, and mixed them — losing the original one among them.
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