Asian creativity, Cuban coffee, the Digital Museum of Digital Art.
–In Italy’s Lake Iseo, visitors can walk from the shore to the islands on floating pathways created by the artist Christo, allowing visitors unique perspectives on nature. Via Dezeen.
–Two Cannes Grand Prix winners are blurring the line between digital and physical. “I think our whole industry in the next few years is going to have a challenge of going to new technologies, but not forgetting the traditional way we do design,” said Tristian Macherel, ECD at Landor. Via AdAge.
–Asian agencies dominated the Cannes Design Lions, The Drum reported.
–At Cannes, Snapchat is trying to position itself as the TV for millennials—at least in terms of advertising reach. Via Quartz.
–According to the Wall Street Journal, Google and Facebook’s dominance in the online ad market was a hot topic at Cannes.
–What does an art museum for the digital age look like? The Digital Museum of Digital Art wants to find out. Via ArteFuse.
–Electric car startup Tesla opened a gallery in the men’s department of Nordstrom over Father’s Day, Mashable writes.
–According to Eater, one of Cuba’s most iconic exports is coming to the US: coffee.
–Why are millennials flocking to dollar stores? Inc investigates.
–’Healthy’ alcoholic seltzer is meeting consumer demands for low-calorie alcohol and natural ingredients, writes MarketWatch.
–Millennial matchmakers: The younger generation steps up as intermediaries between individuals and Tinder. Via Vice.
–Mexico’s luxury resort boom has led to a surge in demand for local design and architecture. Via Dezeen.