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Choose one of the three different posters featuring three beautiful members of slowLab's international network: Jogi (India), Lotte (Netherlands) and Bill (Ireland). The portraits were made by Beijing and Amsterdam-based photographer Qiu Yang. To learn more about the project 'Ask Me Why I'm Slow,' look here: www.slowlloyd.slowlab.net/ASK-ME-WHY
A digital download of the album 'PRIVATE TIMES IN PUBLIC PLACES' by the New York-based band Slow Six, featuring American composer/musician/software engineer Christopher Tignor. The long-form music of Slow Six is mesmerizing and addictive. Learn more and hear samples at www.slowsix.com
Take a sneak peek at the SLOW DESIGN READER, a collection of writings by leading thinkers and actors from the Slow design movement. You'll receive an early-beta version of this material. Not only will you be the first to see it, but you'll also become part of the community that helps to shape it. We'll look to you to provide feedback and new ideas about how people will access, navigate and actively use the information in this volume.
This is a reward that's immaterial, but with a lot of substance. We'll provide you with a toolkit for hosting a Slow dialogue in your organization, business or locality. Your local Slow dialogue will be announced via slowLab's newsletter. NOTE: Pledge $150 for this perk and get personalized Skype support for your local Slow dialogue.
ONE 'REMARK SERIES' PORCELAIN CUP by Dutch-German design studio BoomWehmeyer. These cups are part of a project of raising design consciousness and forging Slower relationships in China and beyond. Learn more about BoomWehmeyer's work here: www.boomwehmeyer.com
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Set of 'OPEN & CLOSE' DOORSTOPS hand-crafted by Frisian designer Marijke Annema. The doorstops were inspired by a story about interpersonal trust and community-building. They come in pairs of two: one for you and one for your neighbor. Marijke Annema’s work as a socially-minded product designer brings people into more intimate contact with their environment and with one another. Her recent work can be seen at www.marijkeannema.com
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A limited editon silkscreen print by Icelandic artist Hrafnhildur Helgadottir. This item Slows us down reminds us that everything has its own rhythm. Time is (literally) on our side when we allow things to express themselves and flow at their natural pace. Prints are in A3 format (16.5x11.7") on archival paper, and are signed and numbered by the artist. See some recent work of this young, rising art star at www.hrafnhildurhelgadottir.info
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A diptych of TWO HIGH QUALITY PRINTS FROM 'PICTURES MAPS SHADOWS' by New York-based documentary photographer Leslie Grant. Side by side, these images (one by the artist and one a found photo) reveal how Leslie Grant uses photography as a 'Slow way of knowing.' Prints are 20x24" digital C-prints, signed and numbered by the artist. Learn more about the project at www.slowlab.net/picturesmaps.html
A limited edition 'ASK ME WHY I'M SLOW' WEARABLE RIBBON. slowLab handmade a very-limited collection of these for people to display their pride in personal Slowness, while triggering others around them. You'll get one that's made unique with custom hand-stitching by Bulgarian graphic artist and media designer Dima Stefanova Dima Stefanova is partner in Ice Cream design studio and the creator of Know How Show How, a project about sharing personal knowledge. Learn more at www.icecreamdesign.net
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A private 2-DAY SLOW DESIGN WORKSHOP INTENSIVE facilitated by slowLab founder Carolyn Strauss and with participation of local network members. We'll share our tools and knowledge with you, your organization, school, or enterprise The workshops are offered in New York (USA) or Amsterdam (NL). Additional costs apply if you'd like us to travel to your location.
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The week-long format goes deeper into what Slow design is and gets specific about what it can do for you. We'll have time not only to share our tools and knowledge with you, but also to co-design new scenarios for your organization, enterprise or locality. The workshops are offered in New York (USA) or Amsterdam (NL). Additional costs apply if you'd like us to travel to your location.
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