Folklore proposes that a networked brand be designed not for its humans, but for its machine agents. In lieu of final assets — iconography, typography — Folklore provides seeds and prompts: inputs for generative creation.
Folklore is nearing 300 pieces of curated content. The knowledge accumulated by the community is becoming increasingly valuable for research, not just curiosity and leisure. How can we make this information accessible? How can we begin to derive insights from the connections between the content?
We’ve curated over 200 articles over the past nine months and some trends are beginning to appear. Specifically, we can look back and understand the primary sources of our readings, as well as the overarching theme.
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