An animated film that explains why great storytellers matter more than ever in helping us make sense of an increasingly complex world.
An iPhone app for people to explore and share stories on Facebook from friends and the world around them.
An interactive exhibit at New York’s Museum of the Moving Image, curated by Future of StoryTelling, that reveals how an emerging group of artists and companies are using innovative digital techniques to change the way audiences experience storytelling.
A beautifully crafted book commemorating the 25th anniversary of one of the world’s leading luxury brands.
An annual gathering of the brightest, boldest, most daring minds working to define storytelling in the digital age.
The world’s first oBook, this retelling of Goldilocks expands the classic children’s tale into the dimension of scent with the help of an oPhone, a device that emits different smells at key points in the story.
Food and beverage powerhouse PepsiCo commissioned Melcher Media to create Fifty Years of PEP to mark its fiftieth anniversary.
In the short film “Mind Share,” the CMO of General Electric emphasizes that the critical first step for any brand is connecting with your audience through an authentic story.
A novel, its readers, and its translator; a world of mystery, menace, and desire; a love letter to the written word.
Cooper Films, Adobe, and Melcher Media collaborated on this short, inspiring film about the power of imagination.
A fun, animated film that explains the science behind the tiny sensors that power everything from our phones to our game controllers.
A notebook for everyday use, punctuated by inspirational quotes and strategies, that brings GE’s “imagination at work” to life.
A book and accompanying website that capture the spirit and scope of the biggest running event ever.
A groundbreaking interactive app that offers an in-depth look at the possible solutions to climate change, with the goal of inspiring individual and collective action.
A highly visual, bold volume filled with iconic sports photography, exclusive family shots of Gatorade’s inventor, key brand facts, and a look ahead to the future of sports-fuel innovation.
A celebration, in words and pictures, of twenty years of the Golf Channel, capturing the sport’s greatest moments, top shots, biggest blunders, and most fascinating stories.
A short film that shows how Robert Wong of Google Creative Lab is working to bridge the gap between art and technology.
An e-book produced in association with Accenture, the world’s largest consulting firm, that provides a comprehensive look at the competitive opportunity of a circular economy.
A short animation that shows how entrepreneurial innovation can exist because of intricate metropolitan ecosystems, rather than stand-alone pioneers.
In the short film “Speaking Digital,” the former CEO of Burberry tells an authentic brand story and targets millennial consumers.
A family of books that reflect the quality of HBO’s shows, translating their visual sophistication into lush, immersive, and show-appropriate experiences.
A book of celebrity portraits from Gap‘s iconic advertising campaigns, with an accompanying CD of songs used in the brand’s television commercials.
This short film shows how new modes of storytelling are challenging old tropes, and how interactive filmmaking puts narrative structure into the audience’s hands.
An award-winning volume produced for International Flavors and Frangrances, artfully showing their dedication to sustainability.
A celebration of 100 years of L.L. Bean: the story of a shoe that birthed a movement.
A spectacular pop-up story chronicling a girl’s journey through Neiman-Marcus’s iconic 100 years.
A richly detailed and beautifully illustrated companion to the hit Broadway musical.
An interactive app that offers an unprecedented look at Monty Python’s The Holy Grail, including the screenplay, original animations, and Michael Palin’s diaries.
A personal, candid self-portrait from the world-renowned rapper, illustrated with hundreds of photos and tear-out lyric sheets.
A cookbook of Jewish comfort food, filled with 100 soul-satisfying recipes and beautiful photographs and illustrations.
An animated short film that proves that stories are more meaningful, more memorable, and more personal than statistics alone.
An animated film offering neurochemical evidence that human behavior and emotions are directly linked to brain chemistry.
A short film that shows how digital platforms help make being an audience member an active and participatory job.
Tim Ferriss’s “cookbook for people who don’t buy cookbooks”—a guide to cooking fast, well, and adventurously.
An inventive, delicious guide to eating vegan—featuring meatless interpretations of old classics as well as completely new dishes.
An interactive app illustrating how innovative trends in America’s major metropolitan areas are transforming the country from the ground up.
A 50th anniversary commemoration of the iconic pizza restaurant, full of interviews, photos, and more.
A vivid book illustrating the importance and relevance of good design in the world today.
A beautifully illustrated story of the Gershwins, told through their songs and accompanied by a CD.
A short film that explains how humans tell stories to understand the world, and how digital platforms are giving us a way to tell them collaboratively.
A fashion guidebook, filled with more than a thousand full-color photographs and illustrations, to help with dressing for any occasion, on any budget.
“Data-Driven Stories” is a mind-bending animated film illuminating the artistic and narrative possibilities of digital and crowdsourced storytelling.
A rigorously curated tour of Manhattan and Brooklyn’s most innovative storytelling studios. The tour gives FoST attendees a chance to explore cutting-edge physical environments, demo new technologies, and get an intimate look into the boutiques’ creative processes.
An interactive e-book version of Edward Burtynsky’s monumental OIL project, including images and the artist’s audio commentary.
A cookbook by Jessica Seinfeld showing parents of picky children how to sneak vegetables into the most unlikely places.
A do-it-yourself guide to home decorating, filled with industry secrets and professional tricks.
An exhibit that celebrates new forms of storytelling from across Time Warner and far beyond.
A manifesto for a new environmentalism, where all waste can be reintegrated into the world.
In this short film, Damian Kulash of OK Go shares thoughts on new metrics for artistic success and negotiating innovative music with corporate sponsors.
A monograph of photographer Lynn Davis’s critically-acclaimed Illumination series, produced in conjunction with her 2007 exhibition at New York’s Rubin Museum of Art.