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In the mood! Moodboards for idea collection

In the mood! Moodboards for idea collection

Moodboards have been known in the advertising industry for a long time. They can be used, for example, to arrange photos, newspaper clippings or samples of materials to capture a mood (Mood) or a visual concept ...

Wow effects for business

Wow effects for business

"With wow effect: Big needles - bright colours" - this is the name of Karin Berger's fully booked workshop, von WOLLFühlen . We asked the versatile owner of the management consultancy for the creative industry some questions on the subject ...

Do robots dream about knitting?

Do robots dream about knitting?

In Berlin a robot is learning how to knit in the scope of a scientific project. The aim: Breaking through the sex stereotype and allowing humans and machines to interact. An initial cognition: Knitting is highly complex. More on the theme in our interview.

Interview Susi Strickliesel

Interview Susi Strickliesel

"How does Instagram work? A beginner's course" - this is Susi Strickliesel's workshop at the upcoming h+h cologne. We asked the passionate influencer and author a few questions about the topic ...

“Healthy Seas, a Journey from Waste to Wear

“Healthy Seas, a Journey from Waste to Wear

The mission of “ Healthy Seas , a Journey from Waste to Wear” initiative is to remove waste from the seas, in particular fishing nets, for the purpose of creating “healthier” seas. The recovered fishing nets will be transformed and recycled by Aquafil into ECONYL®, a yarn used to create new products such as socks, swimwear, sportswear or carpets . Healthy Seas is committed to marine protection and aims for sustainability, in both an environmental and an economic sense.

Pollevie – live the colour

Pollevie – live the colour

If anyone knows colours, it's Ellen Deckers from Pollevie, crochetshawl.com , omslagdoekhaken.nl . Not only do they make their products stand out, they also make them unmistakable. Her style is inspired by her many travels and her childhood abroad. Another reason for her colourful handicrafts is that they make people happy, says Decker.