A fortnightly from Don't Be Content | Issue #10
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.
The commercial follows the life-long journey of one devoted Pringles fan, who gets his hand trapped at a college party while reaching for the last delicious crisp. From there, you follow the man's many milestones.
The daughter of environmental activist Amy Powney’s trajectory from an outsider to industry leader as she sets out to create a sustainable collection exposing the mind-boggling waste of the global supply chain at every turn.
Haruki Nakamura’s paper toys are mechanical origami, figurines that unfold and come to life when they are touched or thrown. Nakamura uses rubber bands and carefully held points of paper tension to spark a movement.
Liquid Death’s 80-second ad inspired by Monty Python's Hell's Grannies sketch features a group of grannies ripping through some gnarly death metal in their band, shooting fireworks, skateboarding, whipping donuts in a Nissan Z and simply causing general havoc.
In this brief timelapse produced by Boxlapse, a single acorn germinates from seed to sapling during a period of 196 days, transferred carefully from vessel to vessel as it sprouts. The simple yet wondrous clip is just one of many plant-growing time-lapses on the channel.
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