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The first car with cloaking technology.

Mercedes-Benz promoting their latest fuel cell technology.

(Source: myinitialsadblog)

World's Most Advanced Crowd Simulator Predicts How People React In Emergencies

cocktailstraw:jonathanmoore:

Another Picnic Table

Wouter Nieuwendijk and Jair Straschnow teamed up to challenge the traditional picnic table that provided easier access at the table and with a flip of the seat it converts into a comfortable lounge chair.

Found on The Fox is Black

So when we get a house and have a yard, I’m hoping you’ll build one of these for me. Please baby please.

(via maninashed)

theemspace:

Packaging Monday: Wishbone wine by The Creative Method

theemspace:

Packaging Monday: Wishbone wine by The Creative Method

thedailywhat:

Life-Altering Toothpaste Packaging of the Day: GUO Lili’s “Thrift Toothpaste” is rather ingenious in its simplicity: The no-brainer addition of a “tear here” cleft for easy access to toothpaste remnants.
Sure, you could just buy a new tube, but “waste not, want not” is just as true today as it was when your mom made french toast with leftover hot dog buns.
[yanko.]

thedailywhat:

Life-Altering Toothpaste Packaging of the Day: GUO Lili’s “Thrift Toothpaste” is rather ingenious in its simplicity: The no-brainer addition of a “tear here” cleft for easy access to toothpaste remnants.

Sure, you could just buy a new tube, but “waste not, want not” is just as true today as it was when your mom made french toast with leftover hot dog buns.

[yanko.]

(Source: thedailywhat)

onrainbows:

สวิทซ์โคมไฟ
esig (via iainclaridge.net)

onrainbows:

สวิทซ์โคมไฟ

esig (via iainclaridge.net)

agenerousdesigner:

The Sensory Light Box advertisement for Nikon’s D700 by Cheil Worldwide

(via simko)

agenerousdesigner:

The Sensory Light Box advertisement for Nikon’s D700 by Cheil Worldwide

(via simko)

08/23/10 @ 19:02
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I love that there can be an art to nearly everything. I love that Frank Lloyd Wright was shameless. I love that geometry is ancient. I love that the littlest things can make biggest differences, like cufflinks and a pinch of salt and sometimes, five minutes. I love that some things are inexplicable, in fact more things than you’d expect. I love that driving a car feels like a natural ability. I love that no expertise is needed to appreciate a well-made thing. I love that you can pretty much always assume there is a better way. I love that anything can seem new. I love that music doesn’t have to mean anything to be beautiful. I love that there are theories about handwriting, the composition of matter, and horse racing. I love the lightbulb joke about how many boring people. I love the moment at dusk when the F train comes out of the tunnel after Carroll St. and fills with golden sunset light and feels like a cathedral. I love ripe red tomatoes, white space, and the blues. I love the slow motion replay. I love that Japanese architects deliberately inserted mistakes in their designs to appease the gods, who believe only they are perfect. I love that the heart is a muscle. I love the economy of punctuation. I love the Radiator Building, the Queensboro Bridge, and the Sau Voi Corp. on Lafayette Street. Ted Williams swinging the bat. I love that anything is interesting if you look at it closely enough.
Sam Potts (via swisscheeseandbullets) (via ltwp)
spime:

Design firm IDEO created a design concept for the future of self-service banking in hopes to put an end to robotic, inhuman experience  of using a modern ATM. Starting from scratch, the company’s work has  lead to a visually enhanced machine that is closer to human interaction.
via droga5x5

spime:

Design firm IDEO created a design concept for the future of self-service banking in hopes to put an end to robotic, inhuman experience of using a modern ATM. Starting from scratch, the company’s work has lead to a visually enhanced machine that is closer to human interaction.

via droga5x5

To the young people of this country I wish to say: if you practice an art, be proud of it, and make it proud of you; if now you hesitate on the threshold of your maturity, wondering what rewards you should seek, wondering perhaps whether there are any rewards other than the opportunity to feed and sleep and breath, turn to the art which has moved you most readily, take what part in it you can, as participant, spectator, secret practitioner, or hanger-on and waiter at the door. Make your living any way you can, but neglect no sacrifice at your chosen altar. It may break your heart, it may drive you half mad, it may betray you into unrealizable ambitions or blind you to mercantile opportunities with its wandering fires. But it will fill your heart before it breaks it; it will make you a person in your own right; it will open the temple doors to you and enable you to walk with those who have come nearest among men to what men may sometime be.
My mantra, courtesy of Maxwell Anderson and a wonderful essay called “Whatever Hope We Have” (via lightwalks)
Braniff Airline
I  was watching the film, Art & Copy the other day and that’s when I first learned about Braniff Airline. Braniff airline was the rebel airline that began a new way of flying. Alexander Girard and Emilio Pucci were hired to create the image for their campaign, “End of the Plain Plane”. Bold colored planes, bright Herman Miller fabrics, and nautical themed crew uniforms all played a part in creating a fun and hip airline.

Braniff Airline

 was watching the film, Art & Copy the other day and that’s when I first learned about Braniff Airline. Braniff airline was the rebel airline that began a new way of flying. Alexander Girard and Emilio Pucci were hired to create the image for their campaign, “End of the Plain Plane”. Bold colored planes, bright Herman Miller fabrics, and nautical themed crew uniforms all played a part in creating a fun and hip airline.

thedailywhat:

This Is Awesome, You Should Watch It of the Day: Behind the scenes at a technologically advanced underground car park in Budapest.

[reddit.]

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