Vintage gems replace disposable furniture: Cheap furniture giant IKEA is advertising preloved items. Is IKEA trying to tackle eBay, Amazon & Co. or is its ”Second Hand Campaign“ a marketing gag?
Cyclists are beautiful people according to Lincoln Clarkes. In his new book Cyclists the Canadian photographer spices up the bicycle with glamour and sexiness.
‘Sechzisch Vierzisch’ takes the classic ‘Persching’ drink from Germany’s Rheinhessen region and turns it into a hip and lovingly crafted mixed wine beverage
Wowcracy, a new fashion platform, tries to connect up- and-coming designers, fashionistas and sponsors.
Social anthropologist Samina Virani discovered for us different attempts at creating utopias in today’s world…
In an ambitious shot at transmedia storytelling, TV audiences and online gamers get immersed in the apocalyptic world of a near future. The science fiction epic “Defiance“ wants to be more than a game advertising the series or a TV adaptation of the video game.
The 3sat television news magazine "Nano" broadcast a special program during the Frankfurt Motor Show. In it, Inga Nandzik explains to what degree and how cars are set to lose their function as status symbols in the future.
Tatje Schaper, Innovation Strategist at STURM und DRANG, was a guest at the London School of Economics (LSE). The psychologist spoke in the context of “Applying Theory to Field Problem” on an optimal integration of the consumer perspective in marketing activities.
Our author, Johannes Steffen, investigated the oft-neglected subject of corporate fashion, and spoke with the founders of the "Sergeant Pepper" label.
We spoke at length with literary scholar Heinz Drügh about the aesthetics of the supermarket. That interview is now presented to you here in Debut in its entirety. After all, how could we edit the length when everything he says is so interesting?