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Hannah Cook

  • Placemeter Shows How Busy Places Are In Real-Time

    Placemeter

    Surveillance is a hot topic at the moment, and a cause for concern for many. Regardless of this, there are a number of useful ways that surveillance can be applied as an aid to 21st century living. An example of this is the Placemeter, which uses video feeds from across New York City to create an advanced warming system which allows users to find out how busy their destination is in real time.

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    Stick ‘Em Up With Klebstoff #6

    Klebstoff #6

    2014 sees the return of the sticker magazine Klebstoff. In its 6th edition Klebstoff represents the three pillars of sticker design: art, artwork and artsy. Ranging from drawings and doodles to photo manipulation, there is a variety of different styles and techniques represented in this small, yet compact sticker magazine.

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  • ‘Handup’ For The Homeless

    Handup

    San Francisco is a city renowned for its art and culture, however it also has a much higher than average homeless population. Residents Zac Witte and Rose Broome created Handup, an innovative text-messaging platform that makes it easier to donate to the homeless.

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    A Vertical Campsite For The Homeless

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    Homelessness is a growing problem across Europe and finding new and effective ways to combat social exclusion and help the homeless is becoming increasingly difficult. Malka Architecture, France, have found a way to attract much needed attention towards the growing problem of homelessness whilst at the same time providing shelter for those who need it.

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