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December 9, 2013

I have a good reason for why I've been inconsistent with my blog posting lately. The past few months I've helped on a project my friend Weston had: a world of communication completely unfragmented. One single identity for all of your technological activities.

This is no collaboration, nor some sponsored post, but something I am so passionate about. I'm over the three billion apps, blogs, and networks that are not only one too many, but just don't look good. I'm ready for a refresh and

Introducing, Canvas.

The idea behind Canvas is super rad and simple. Instead of Facebook where your information all over the map, or Instagram where it's only one thoughtful picture but no real ground for conversation, you build one Canvas and capture the entire experience in a package. So, instead of talking about Fashion Week in a series of Instagram photos, blog post, Facebook posts, Spotify playlist, Twitter feed, what have you throughout the week, I can make one Canvas and curate a whole experience. I can go on about the technical parts of it, but I rather you guys watch the video to get a better idea.

Being a direct competitor of Facebook is obviously a daunting task, but that's why we need your support. Pledge by grabbing a shirt or sweater from the Indiegogo page or even something as small as retweeting and sharing the video to your friends.

Let's write the future of communication together.


Pictures by David Lim

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11 responses:

  1. Interesting...I definitely like the concept and will share. The premise is totally true. For those of us that are avid social media fans/users, we're definitely going through ebb and flows of burn out. Too many posts and too much to keep up with, all while having difficulty trying to locate what we really liked because we never really did a good job at grouping it together. Unless, you want to have like a 100 pinterest boards, so that you don't have to sift through 100s of photos you didn't label properly for future reference.

  2. Looks promising.

  3. Love it!

  4. Haha, perfect. I need this t-shirt <3

  5. Looks promising but will it catch on? We're already having too many social network options...

  6. Ria

    This seems interesting enough. Definitely love the shirt, I can't stand facebook.

  7. Anonymous

    I would have supported this project but the negative spin to promote this is not my cup of tea. Stop the negativity and be positive hopefully more people will support this.

  8. Anonymous

    Canvas who? Lol

  9. haha loving that tee. And as far as the millions of social media platforms, totally agree with you!

    Angie |

  10. Anonymous

    You're a fucking idiot.

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