Five for Friday | 五日(星期五)

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Amazing zoetrope based on Fibonacci sequence made using 3d-printing – just mesmerising. The zoetrope were moving images before film or television existed. John Baird used some of the visual effects that a zoetrope has in the electro-mechanical mechanism of his television system.

Honda Turns Car Time Into Story Time With ‘Road Readers’ Program – Print (video) – Creativity Online – smart work by Honda. It deals with the ‘are we there yet’ yet problem that emanates from the back seat during medium to long journeys

Zegna celebrates family togetherness with multi-generation gift guide – Luxury Daily – really nice idea that ensures your family gets presents that you’d actually like. It deals with the awkwardness of intergenerational gift giving exemplified by Bart Simpson socks and Old Spice gift guides. For Zegna’s perspective it also allows the brand to build a relationship with the children and grandchildren of current customers. More luxury-related content here.

Amazon Looks To Recruit Engineers With Bizarre Tinder Ad | Motherboard – this looks at first glance an attempt to target brogrammers.

It is interesting hearing about the role that Vogue China played in ‘building’ the fashion industry in China including getting Chinese models on the world stage. Why had they been ignored previously?