Ikea is over 70 years old, which means the company has survived through dozens upon dozens of design trends, from stuffy conservatism in the late 1940s to the craziness of the 60s. Wonderfully, the company is now plucking classics from its archives to sell in some stores.Read more…
How far are we from printing a kidney? Dr. Jerome Groopman explores the emerging field, in this week’s Tech Issue.. How 3-D Printing Is Changing Medicine. It’s already being used to manufacture human tissue; could a whole organ be next? Jerome Groopman reports.
Last week, Delhi officials decided to restore five medieval stepwells in the city.. Can India’s Ancient Stepwells Help Solve the Country’s Water Crisis?. Now largely obsolete, these Escher-like cisterns were once monuments of public life. And in the midst of water shortage, stepwells may refill their civic role.
Shortly after finishing his recent indoor mural in London (covered), Pejac went back to studio to add final touches to his upcoming print release. Six months since his successful, fully sold out print debut “Sepukku” (covered), Spanish artist is releasing a new screen print titled “Heavy Sea”.
Italian street artist Blu (previously) just wrapped up work on this giant mural that wraps around two sides of a building in Rome. The pieces utilizes nearly 50 windows to create the mouths and eyes of some 27 bizarre faces all vying for attention.
The new Adobe Creative Cloud + Moleskine Smart Notebook allows you to turn your sketches into digital files with a quick picture from your iPhone. Adobe Creative Cloud + Moleskine Smart Notebook. Easily turn hand-drawn art into fully workable digital files for Illustrator and Photoshop
The Clip Mouse is a conceptual product created by designer Frank Guo for the 2012 Lite-On Awards design competition. It provides an added solution to portability by eliminating the need…
November 21st 2014, Väven opens to the public: the cultural center, designed by Snøhetta and White Arkitekter and visually inspired by the birch trees typical of the city of Umeå, weaves multiple cultural programs and activities together.
From easier commuting to a more pleasant daily grind, the design group imagines that big changes are heading — self-driven — our way
America has the Tesla electric car, Britain has… a poop bus. Bristol Airport now has a bus that will shuttle people to Bath city centre, powered solely by human and food waste. Read more…
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