Cadillac and Cool Hunting — a publication that highlights the latest in design, technology, style, travel, art and culture — have partnered to establish the Cool Hunting 25 Program. Together, they recently announced the inaugural class of honorees for the CH25 program to, “celebrate individuals from the global creative community who are driving the world forward with innovative thinking and initiatives.”
The panel of judges was comprised of future makers, each representing the five aforementioned Cool Hunting categories. They are: Andrew Smith, Cadillac executive director of Global Design (“Design”); John Maeda, graphic designer and author (“Culture”); Piera Gelardi, creative designer and co-founder at Refinery29 (“Style”); Eric Demby, co-founder of Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg (“Food + Drink”), and Jessica Banks, founder of RockPaperRobot (“Technology”). We find it very proper that Smith be the judge for design, based off the looks of the 2016 Cadillac CT6 alone.
You can see each honoree along with their profile at Cool Hunting’s website. We tip our hats to each of them, and hope they have continued success.