January Think & Link: Nicholas Cruze, Creative Director for The Culture
Capsule's Think & Link for a Living is an invitation-only gathering of like-minded people, coming together each month to discuss hot topics and important issues. It's an invaluable sharing of insight and inspiration.
Have you met RoB?
We’d like to introduce you to RoB, short for your Return on Beauty. Yes, we are actually referring to a metric for beauty.
Take Five: Greg Brose & ARTCRANK
ARTCRANK marks one of the year's most anticipated events for Capsule, specifically for Art Director Greg Brose. If you're not familiar, ARTCRANK stages live events featuring bicycle-inspired posters created by local artists.
Take Five: Beth Sicheneder & Illustration
With a keen eye for illustration, design and the entire process therein, we thought it was time to explore Beth's creative mind.
Capsule 15: Books & Reading
Our next Capsule 15 series comes to you in the form of inspirational readings. For fifteen days we will share a variety of books of different shapes, sizes and genres that fuel our day-to-day adventures at Capsule.
As design thinkers, design is a part of our lives that lives on in how we think, act and reflect on our world. It's a lifestyle that lives on beyond the hours spent within the walls of our office.
Jank or Swank? 3D Printed Wearable Planter
A planter for your bike? A planter to hang around your neck? How about a planter ring?
Capsule 15: Artifacts, Gadgets and Gizmos
As we continue to celebrate our 15th anniversary, we are sharing 15 fun, odd and famous objects from the Capsule office that inspire us every day.
Hart and Art in the City
It wasn’t until a recent business trip to New York that I realized something had been overlooked all those previous years. My daytime focus on work actually prevented me from seeing something that was right there in front of me the whole time. So I opened my eyes.
Art Is Not Dead
We are moving our public education to a highly measurable system, we are challenged to quantify the importance of art. You see the impact of art all around you in everyday life, like bees collecting pollen or Monarch butterflies migrating, and yet it is slowly being removed from our education system. What are the leading indictors?