Find Paris en Rose in Silex ID – the innovative experience
I’m so excited that you can find Paris en Rose in Silex ID this spring! You can buy the bilingual, spring 2016, edition of the magazine in news stands around Paris, or on the Silex ID website.
The quarterly magazine, Silex ID, is all about innovation. It aims to analyse and explain new innovations and technologies for those who wish to understand how and why the world is changing so fast. Silex ID produces this magazine, as well as a monthly newspaper. You can also find them online by visiting the Silex ID website, signing up to their newsletters, or following them on facebook, twitter or instagram.
« changer le monde d’aujourd’hui, pour améliorer celui de demain. »
Paris en Rose in Silex ID with Oui are makers
This fused plastic bag wallet tutorial, by Paris en Rose, was selected by Silex ID from the Oui are makers website after winning a competition on this same site at the end of 2015. Oui are makers is a social media platform for makers. All kinds of makers are welcome on the site, from all types of craft, to cooking, robotics and DIY. The site allows anyone to easily publish their own tutorials or projects. It also encourages the sharing of ideas, skills and techniques within this circle of makers. Oui are Makers’s mission is to expand the collaborative, inventive and positive spirit of the maker culture. You can add your own tutorials to the Oui are makers site, with the keyword ‘silex’ for a chance to be the next featured maker in the magazine.
Magazine #06 Le Shopping
The 6th edition of the magazine is a bilingual version, so all of the content appears in both English and French. You can buy it in news stands between 15/04/2016 and 14/07/2016. It is also available on silex-id.com.
This particular edition is all about shopping. What will our future shops be like? How will we do our shopping? What new innovations will be used by retailers? Also in this issue, interviews with John Underkoffler, the creator of the data interface from Minority Report and with Nicola Farinetti, CEO of Eataly. Also included are innovation stories, glossary and Makers Paradise column, which is where you will find Paris en Rose.