By Lucy Bourton
This November, It’s Nice That commissioned a creative dream team to push the capabilities of Dropbox Paper, working with four global creatives from diverse disciplines to produce one ambitious project. The second article in the series introduces Uruguay-born, Argentina-based photographer JP Bonino, the first creative given the opportunity to translate Max’s project concept visually. Dropbox Paper is a collaborative workspace that eliminates distractions that get in the way of creativity. Because you can work with all types of content — from video, to sound to code — in Paper, you and your collaborators can easily edit and discuss all aspects of your project in one centralised place.Last week we introduced The Dream Team, a partnership between It’s Nice That and Dropbox Paper, that sees us curating a group of creatives from alternate disciplines tasked with producing one cohesive outcome. The process, initiated by our team captain and multidisciplinary creative Max Siedentopf, was a relay race of creative working. The team’s rhyming words, (snake, lake, awake, cake, drake, rake, shake) have been passed between photographer JP Bonino, poet Anna Haifisch and finally web developer Rifke Sadleir to create an interactive website to display the work.