New York designer Kacie Kinzer, who built the cardboard Tweenbot, told Wired.com she deliberately kept the design as simple as possible. “I wanted to introduce empathetic characters on the streets of New York City,” she said in an e-mail. “This disruption created an opportunity for people to step outside of their routines and be playful, curious and engaged in an unexpected way.”

(via Talk to Me Exhibit Explores Symbiosis Between Man, Machines | Underwire | Wired.com)

New York designer Kacie Kinzer, who built the cardboard Tweenbot, told Wired.com she deliberately kept the design as simple as possible. “I wanted to introduce empathetic characters on the streets of New York City,” she said in an e-mail. “This disruption created an opportunity for people to step outside of their routines and be playful, curious and engaged in an unexpected way.”

(via Talk to Me Exhibit Explores Symbiosis Between Man, Machines | Underwire | Wired.com)

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  1. grantcuster reblogged this from murketing and added:
    Going to try and get to this MOMA exhibit sometime!
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