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It’s crazy times out there - no doubt. But in working on Culturelines Issue One, I’ve been instilled with new hope and a wave of positivity.

As we’ve connected with people, a consistent sentiment kept coming up: that we’re not going, and we can’t go, back to where we were. When the pandemic and all the other craziness is behind us, we’re going to be transformed. It’s happening right now.

It’s a really exciting time if you commit to spend it looking inward as much as outward. People are digging deep to be the change they want to see in all areas of their life, and pushing new thinking on how we view everything including the future of work, the environment, design, and culture.

An old friend recently said his strategy is to “act like it’s 2025”. Because that’s where we are. Design like it’s 2025. Think like it’s 2025. Make like it’s 2025. Because if we’re only thinking about tomorrow - and getting back to “normal” we miss the bigger picture of what’s really happening: massive shifts driven by innovation across social and economic landscapes, culture, environmentalism, and resilience.

I have always found that the most exciting shifts are the ones that create the biggest cultural waves. These are the waves I have tried to ride - creating brands, products, or building connections to support the movements I believe in the most.

I have been fortunate to travel across the globe for adventure and work. I have met amazing people and experienced places and cultures that have impacted who I am today. And I’m a firm believer that almost every person on Earth simply wants three things: happiness, health, and fulfillment. With that understanding, it’s a lot easier to see ourselves in the broader view of what it means to be a human, and to connect with each other.

While it isn’t easy to affect change at a mass level, everyone has a responsibility to expand the greater consciousness and break down barriers. I certainly don’t have the solution. But I do know I can support people who are doing everything they can to bring change and affect our world in positive ways.

Ultimately, that’s the goal for the creation of a new brand, ARTILECT, which reflects my own journey and the deeply-rooted belief that we rarely feel more alive than when we are outside, experiencing the world.

Don’t get me wrong, I know the limits of influence any brand can have. But beyond the brand there has to be a way to create meaningful dialogue, and so we turned back the clock to create a physical magazine, Culturelines.