theroguefeminist:

harperisafairy:

sciencedoer:

kurentsee:

Imogen Heap helps invent gloves that will “change the way we make music”

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I don’t think anyone could possibly imagine what having these would mean to me 

That’s neat.

wow


cross-connect:

Larice Barbosa is a design student and photographer from Brazil.

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enochliew:

Pocket Printer by Zuta Labs

Not only a portable design, but able to print on any size page.


everything-creative:

This is Cupertino. A minimal but multifunctional desk, besides its integrated compartments for storage and cable management it also has bluetooth enabled Hi-Fi speakers inside. It was created by the danish design company BoConcepts.

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adayinthelandofnobody:

Alfred Magazine Rack by Seaton Mckeon and DesignByThem


 Last messages from Survivors and Students trapped inside the ferry
... PRAY FOR SOUTH KOREA

(Source: sehunphilia)


York House Senior School by Acton Ostry Architects


nothingtochance:

STYLO TABLE / SAYS WHO

A feminine, multifunctional table for the modern woman. With its mirror, the external tray and two delicious drawers STYLO is the ideal make-up table. There is room for all your makeup and all your jewelry. The mirror can also be removed, and then can be used as a desk.

ricinbullet asked:
Once you recieve this you must share 5 random facts about yourself and then pass it on to 10 of your favourite followers

1. I am obsessed with printables at the moment. 
2. I work in an art library ( I am sitting next to Mollie who is a Fibers Major)
3. Cheesy romances, comedies and action genres always brighten my day. (that’s why animes work well for me)
4. Dancing to music in the morning is the only way I can really wake up.
5. I do not like the tapioca bubbles in bubble tea. I like mango stars, coconut jelly, or nothing but the drink itself. The bubbles are oddly chewy for a drink in my opinion.

(Thinking about personal facts is really hard to do. Thank goodness I am one of your favourite followers.)



really-shit:

Metro // Mark Braun

well-crafted watch designed for the urban minimalist.


paleoillustration:

Cambrian Wave, kinetic sculpture by Reuben Margolin:

"When I first turned on the Cambrian Wave I was reminded of the wiggly creatures found in the Burgess Shale. These creatures, which flourished in the geologic time known as the Cambrian Period, had so many arms and legs that even their fossils seem to have movement. The lower part of the sculpture is made of birch, maple and basswood. Embedded pulleys add together the motion originating in the three top rings. A steel frame shaped like a bow holds the rings and tensions a white comb that separates the weave from the wave. The thimble in the central ring is filled with pulleys and so behaves like a fool’s tackle, doubling the motion in the single wavelength that acts over the entire sculpture. The little circles drive the edge riffles with the yellow dots. Each ring has its own motor, and because these motors all go different speeds, the sculpture is pretty much non-repeating."

Seen on Koprolitos, where you can watch the video

I feel as if i am in an eternal state of procrastination. That’s going to have to change today.


thedsgnblog:

Shop Hunting Tuesdays - 25/03/2014

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