We’re trying to shape technology

to unlock human flourishing.

Humanity is entering its third act. In the first, human life evolved into the state we know it today. In the second, we learnt to communicate with each other, learn, and to govern ourselves. The technological revolution of the 21st century takes us into a new epoch, fit with its own challenges and opportunities.

It is up to us to make the most of them. Technology creates a thousand possible futures, but it is culture – the single biggest accelerator of social change – that determines which path we take.

Culture3 builds content and communities exploring the impact of technology on society to chart a path to a better future. We elevate the technologists building new possibilities, the creators defining positive visions for our future, and the insight that ties idea to action.

Technologists building new possibilities.

Creators defining visions for our future.

Insight that ties idea and action to shift society.

Our Team

Lars has led international digital media, design, and communications businesses for two decades. Formerly the Chief Commercial Officer of VICE Media, Lars has also led European and global programmes for companies including Coca-Cola, Johnson & Johnson, LEGO, and Lexus.

An award-winning editor, Leo has built writing teams with features in UK nationals like The Guardian and The Telegraph. He is also Chair of UniReach, an EdTech charity he founded whilst studying at the University of Oxford.

Misan Harriman is one of the most widely-shared photographers of the Black Lives Matter movement whose images have featured in Vanity Fair, British Vogue, and People Magazine, amongst others. He is also Chair of the Southbank Centre, Europe’s largest cultural venue, founder of the creative media agency WhatWeSeee, and has for a long time been a leading figure in web3.

About us

London, UK
Today’s influence

“Blockchain is the biggest opportunity set we can think of over the next decade or so” — Bob Greifeld

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