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Some Things | Vol. 14: Paddle Against the Flow

Some Things | Vol. 14: Paddle Against the Flow
“If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.” – Henry Ford
In a world where familiar is comfortable, safe, easy and expected, choose different.
Without people doing things differently we wouldn’t have much to share…

  1. Removing CO2 from the air and turning it into gasoline & jet fuel via Prometheus
  2. Urban Centers Undergo Guerilla Greening in GIFs that Reimagine Cities with Lush Vegetation via Colossal
  3. adidas is making your outdoor adventures more accessible & sustainable through rental via Luca Mosca
  4. The first major interview with one of the most revered comedy writers of all time via The New Yorker
  5. COMPLEXLAND™ 2.0 is a free, open-world digital experience coming June 2021, bringing you exclusive drops, live musical performances, panels & more via COMPLEX
  6. Learn about America’s Neglected Origin Stories that you most likely weren’t taught about in school via The Atlantic
  7. Apple & It’s Nice That explores how creativity has helped us connect with a global community via It’s Nice That
  8. New music we'e looking forward to: J Cole’s ‘The Off-Season’, dropping on the 14th May via Boss Hunting
  9. Achieving happiness & fulfilment is a lifelong journey, but step one is simple: slow down, and listen via Slo Mo: A Podcast with Mo Gawdat
  10. Cookery classes to promote cultural exchange & access to employment opportunities via Migrateful
Can’t wait till next week for more things? Follow us on Instagram.
We’re always on the lookout for like-minded people & brands to collaborate with. Drop us a line & let’s make Something™ happen.
Paddle Against the Flow by Huck
Paddle Against the Flow by Huck
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