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Jonathan Rosen’s Genius (and fun!) ‘I Love’ High Tech Mirror

We fell in love with a similar experience Jonathan created for Refinery 29’s 29 Room’s so we hit him up on Instagram and 24 hrs later we had a plan!  How does it work?  Glad you asked….  It’s an interactive mirror powered by a small computer that displays a database of over 500 ‘loves’ at a frame rate that is synced to the shutter speed of an iPhone or android camera enabling users to randomly get their hidden most desire by simply taking a photo.


About Jonathan:

Jonathan Rosen received a B.A. from University of Florida and a M.S. from VCU Brandcenter for advertising – launching the next 10 years of his career as an award-winning advertising creative. He later attended NYU’s Film Director’s Intensive Program and transitioned into a commercial director, while founding one of the first hybrid agency/production companies, called Lucky Branded Entertainment.

Needing a creative outlet, Rosen began making art on whim and stumbled upon his future calling. In the three short years since he’s turned art into a career, he’s had exhibitions in NYC, Sydney, Taipei and Paris. In addition to those cities, his work lives in collections in London, Mumbai and Toronto – including a signature piece at The LiveStrong Foundation in Austin. Rosen is also the founder and CEO of Artsparkr (an art-tech startup launching in 2017) that will help artists of all disciplines find sought after career opportunities.

After living overseas in London, Amsterdam and Sydney for most of his adult-life, Rosen pursues his passions in NYC, the city he was born.