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🗿🦑🤬 10 Things - Issue #265 Mega-sculptures, angry artists, and a handful of guides.

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September 2 · Issue #265 · View online
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We can’t seem to get out of the AI-assisted creativity hole, and we don’t mind. However, reactions from the artist community is bubbling up, and not everyone’s as excited as we are. In addition to those reads, we learned about mega-sculptures, the fever economy, and many other things.
Enjoy,
⚔️ Your Majesty
Pssst… We’re still hiring and have new positions up.

Cover by our new design intern, Nastassia Toureev. Welcome to the team!
Cover by our new design intern, Nastassia Toureev. Welcome to the team!
1. You’re not as special as you think you are.
2. And this AI-generated artwork won the first prize at a state fair–pissing off artists.
3. These mega-sculptures make us want to go to the Nevada desert. (No silly, it’s not burning man)
4. A long read about the obsessions of mechanical keyboards.
5. Thoughtful guide to the "Fever Economy."
6. Speaking of guides, A16Z’s guide to managing downturns.
7. A Gen Z comparison of Instagram Reels and Tiktok.
8. Meet the creatives that dress The Sims in haute couture.
9. For the tinkerers—How to run stable diffusion on your M1 mac’s GPU.
10. Gucci’s tribute to Stanley Kubrick.
“Inspiration usually comes during work rather than before it.”
—Madeleine L’Engle
Do you or someone you know live in London and work in the fashion and apparel sector?
We’ve teamed up with the fun people at StartupAmsterdam to organize an inspiration event on the 23rd of September, onboard this beautiful ship.
The theme is circular fashion and will include drinks and bites, panel discussions, and insightful talks by our MD Georgios Athanassiadis, Otrium, Hatch Studio, United Repair Centre, and Impact Hub.
Secure your spot by RSVPing at this link.
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