Studio N – theSpace NYC

Studio N – the Space NYC wishes to congratulate our friends on their recent pilots.

National Startup Association – Eric Egeland

United States of Chile – Alex Matas

Nighttime Design Initiative – Leni Schwendinger

Your efforts to design and create ventures that will make a real impact and can lead to beneficial movements that may just span the globe are truly impressive.

Beyond the Borders

Are you stretching to figure us out? Are you frustrated that the context seems lacking?

Hang in there with us for a few spins around the merry-go-round. The stretching beyond figuring and pressing beyond context is where one often finds their outside-the-box breakthrough.

We will sketch in some more details as we go forward. But right in this moment, the invite beyond the borders is all we can really offer before showing you what we mean.

Beyond the Borders is baked into the design of finding outside-the-box impacts.

theAttache

One of the most enjoyable aspects of roadtripN as your attache is seeing the designs for a global mobile studio truly come to life.

If you are ready to step into these designs, both digitally and in actuality, we would love to introduce you to our Co.M attache team.

theSpace comes to life! Come and join us in the recreation!

Interested to view the roughsketching designs of the global mobile studio? Visit Co.M Ventures

Galleries

sunsets

theSpace Galleries are now opening everywhere. Sometimes, this is not as easily recognized as maybe it should be. Maybe, it is because we are just too busy to slow down for a moment and look out the window. However, if you have the chance to take a more leisurely little roadtripN tour around the areas and take in the sights, you’re going to see some masterpieces that are so good they’re unable to be fully captured. Hit the road, the galleries are open 24/7.

Sail

Boat

Setting sail for the Riviera and looking forward to the time on the beach and the opportunity to reflect on the rocks and the coves that helped shape the voyage. It used to be that we got a little agitated when we went and scoped the crash sites. Now, we smile and find a sense of depth from knowing we’d never be here in the cove had we not landed there as well. Grab a rope, feel the breeze, RoadtripN the high seas is ready to push out into the blue.

Launch Sequence Final

Colorado RoadtripN

We’re off! Car full of clients and out the door. We will stop soon to pick up the trailer and we can squeeze in a few more then. Drop us a call if you want to land a spot on the next layover. RoadtripN pedal to the floor. The next stage is underway.

Left Hero for Theiro

craftsmen large

It happened almost the moment we could see the floor coming to greet our human cannon ball. Just a short while before, it seemingly made perfect sense packing ourselves into the caped suit. It wasn’t so much the applause or the raining fortunes sure to follow the successful launch as it was we just couldn’t see any other way. O’, how their perspective would have benefited us had the crash helmet not so muffled their voices.

BOOM! Returns onto the Road

Kichwa Tembo

It can nearly become too serious and tragic business when one starts to lose their sense of humor about this whole safari thing. Just cruising along, dreaming of elephants and rhinoceroses. Then, BOOM! Why not become a lion tamer?

Why not show that lion a trick or two? What’s the lion pride strutting around for anyway? Surely, we could better manage the circus, right?

It’s a nice, tough lesson to learn that there is something to be said for just cruising along, dreaming of elephants and rhinoceroses.

Neighborhood

experimental-signage

Today, we’re launching out new ways to give our neighborhoods the hyper-local mobile signage they desperately need. The truth of the matter is that our local entrepreneurs are getting lost in the noise and swamped in the spam. These right-around-the-corner small business owners would love to reach out to you in an authentic and open manner, but the thing is they just can’t be heard anymore. The ruckus currently is deafening and desensitizing. Even if your business is trusted and well respected in our local circles, we simply do not have the time nor energy nor willingness to read your facebook posts or direct messages or really any other form of communication. We’re already inundated with the most inane buzzfeed videos and twitter follower salesmen and push notifications saying that our apps really haven’t seen us as often as they would like. Sorry, we love you and will most definitely miss you in the neighborhood when you’re gone, but we’re really busy tracking our Amazon order to see if it’s still on-time.

Mobile

Roadtrip Rolls On

This picture offers a friendly reminder that local mobile is ever changing. What used to carry the small business owner back and forth to the shop and to his or her customers is probably not working as well as it used to. In fact, it may even be so broken that you have resigned yourself and are now considering nothing more than turning the old way into a roadside art attraction. Just saying it can happen to even the best of Cadillacs.

We’re now out and about exploring with small business owners some new ideas how to make lemonade out of lemons. See the change that is happening can be the worst thing that ever happened or the best thing depending solely on whether or not you find new ways to change too.

We’re not saying it is gonna be easy. We’re just saying it is gonna be.