February 11, 2018No Comments

AN OBJECT COMPANY

1.“All The Way Through” Cheap Souvenir Scarf
2.Hotel Logo Keychain

Do you know how beautiful it is to make products that are made simply out of interest to learn what these products are made from? Benjamin Edgar Gott who you might remember from earlier in his creation of Th-oughts has a project known as "An Object Company" where Ben pretty much gets to experiment with materials that then result in beautifully designed tangible goods. From cut & sew garments, to incense bowls made out of polished aluminum, to marble hangers. Ben recently released the souvenir scarf which reminds me of a cold evening watching a soccer match with a side of hot cocoa & a keychain with a metaphor of a the hotel experience truly twisting and distorting reality for the duration of your stay.

Links - benjaminedgar.com

January 11, 2018No Comments

TH-OUGHTS.COM

1. th-oughts.com

The description above says it all. The idea that you could ask the people you deem as experts a question and actually have them reply to it is very intriguing. I am one of those people that Benjamin Edgar Gott has spoke about in those interviews in regards to why he started this platform. I was cold emailing people questions, asking them to let me pick their brain on an idea or an issue, with little to no success. In all reality no success. Sure, reaching out is scary. What if they do read it and you look like a fool via email? What if they think you're just outright annoying for bothering them with questions? At the root if it, you're simply just trying to learn. You want to be able to move forward in the project you're working on. I sure don't mind paying $10 for asking a question that can result in very valuable information. Th-oughts has a directory of experts raging from fashion, photography, design, business, video, interior design, etc.

Links - th-oughts.com (mobile display only, shrink screen to use platform via desktop) / New Rules ft Benjamin Edgar

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