Los Angeles, CA -- (September 28, 2011) -- Recently, AIGA’s Design Envy blog, which features the best in design today, invited Apologue’s Founder Tali Krakowsky to curate a week of creative projects that are envy-invoking.
Tali wrote about wearable computing in the form of a Solar Bikini by designer Andrew Schneider (
), an inflatable mobile music hall by artist Anish Kapoor (
), a media installation in the round by designer Ron Arad (
), a physical children’s book that integrates an iPhone by Mobile Art Lab (
) and a speculative Augmented Reality concept piece for the future of driving by Michael Harboun with Dassault Systems (
). Obsessed with all things immersive, Tali is the founder of the Experience Design firm Apologue, Inc. Having spent the last decade imagining, strategizing, conceiving, developing, and building interactive environments, she loves to think, write and talk about ideas that change thoughts and conversations through design. To see more of Tali’s writing and projects, visit her blog:
About Design Envy:
Design Envy is a daily blog featuring the best in design today as chosen by a new curator each week. AIGA, the professional association for design, selects the curators, who are encouraged to discover and share examples of design that’s so good, they wish they had done it themselves.