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Uncommon Threads

Six companies at the forefront of material innovation are relying on biomimicry to reweave the future.

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Uncommon Threads

Six companies at the forefront of material innovation are relying on biomimicry to reweave the future.

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VOLUME 01
Uncommon Threads
Six companies at the forefront of material innovation are relying on biomimicry to reweave the future.
Synthesis
An amalgam of artistic and organic forms highlight humankind’s irrevocable connection to the natural world.
Paradise Lost
Artist and activist ANOHNI offers her poetic take on the imperative of preventing ecocide.
Human/Nature
Award-winning photographer Daniel Beltrá reflects on what it takes to document devastation.
I Love You, Earth
In a rare interview, Yoko Ono meditates on the nature of being human.
Act Natural
Ryan McGinley shares intimate portraits of his subjects, open and exposed in their natural element.
Adapting to the Anthropocene
Communities around the world are using new technologies to adapt to their changing climates.
Mission Impossible
As one of the first chefs to get his hands on the Impossible Burger, Brad Farmerie was up for the challenge.
Carbon Copy
Carbon-sequestering start-ups have us questioning whether the future of climate is set in stone.
Designing the Future
For a growing number of visionary designers, the future of fashion is interwoven with biology.
Control, Alt, Replete
Can drones be used to staunch the loss of natural resources?
Sensory Overload
Artist Sean Raspet uses scent and taste to provoke questions about the nature of artificiality.
Ode to Soylent
What sustains us? One poet shares their experience trying the food-less Soylent diet.
Made to Order
The technology to create “designer babies” is closer than ever. The question is, should we?
Neo-Farming
Two farming frontiers are reexamining our relationship to one of Earth’s most fundamental elements: soil.
Lab Culture
Meet the new class of female scientists and entrepreneurs who are carving out the future of clean meat.

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Volume 01