Chris Lauritzen
About

Flatland
2016
A contemporary edition of Edwin Abbott’s classic work of victorian satire. Published by Epilogue, launched on Kickstarter, covered by Wired, available for sale.


Stupor
2015
A visual series exploring low-fidelity rigor in a world of the carelessly high-fi.

YouTube Watch Cards
2013
An approach to YouTube search based on the cultural landscape that users already understand. 


Epilogue
2015
A design and publishing studio exploring new takes on some of the world’s best stories.


Projectages
2011
A collaboration between Google Creative Lab and BERG, exploring the potential of treating computer vision and projection as one material. Full documentation here.


WebTime
2010
Hypothesizing performative interfaces that can themselves be part of the collective cultural experience, at once things of relevance and beauty while also points of access to other such things.



YouTube Cinema Club
2013
An internal effort to foster an understanding of the moving image, it’s historical context, it’s cultural importance. 



YouTube TV
2014
Bringing brand updates, the guide, channels, playlists, and improved watch time metrics to the YouTube TV experience.