Scraping data from the internet, Lust is bringing information and communication from news feeds and social networking into the physical world, creating beautiful objects and interactive experiences for people to share and contribute to. From a book on reading in today’s world, full of nods to mobile devices, to an interactive poster wall in a beautiful old cathedral, Thomas showcased the inspired ways that randomness and organization can work together to create infinite, evolving, and always interesting design.Thomas provided the auditorium with a camera, allowing the TYPO SF audience to participate in our very own interactive experience. Each attendee photographed their seat mate and passed the camera along. At the lecture’s end the images were projected into a beautiful “group portrait.”
The work Lust is doing must be seen and experienced to be appreciated, so check out their website for more.