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A Coke Is A Coke - lovely new animated ad...

A Coke Is A Coke - lovely new animated ad inspired by Andy Warhol from Wieden+Kennedy Portland for Coca-Cola. (Love the illustrations - especially bigfoot!) (Want more? See NOTCOT.org and NOTCOT.com) [Author: submitted]
Tags: Design, Andy Warhol, Coke, Submitted, Wieden Kennedy Portland for Coca Cola Love


YD JOB ALERT: Nike is looking for an Apparel Computational Designer

Nike, quite literally, needs no introduction. Often recognizable even without the name and with just the iconic tick mark (which is probably considered to be one of the most interesting and valuable branding stories in the entire design industry), Nike is known the world over for its presence and dominance (both commercially and culturally) in the sports-gear and fashion industry. Nike is looking for an Apparel Computational Designer 1 to join its team at their headquarters in Portland, USA. THE...
Tags: Fashion, Design, Nike, Apparel, Portland USA, Maya, Job Board, Nike Inc, Computational Design, Fitness/Sports, Industrial Designer, YD Job Alert, NXT Digital InnovationThe NXT Digital Innovation, Rhino Grasshopper, Maya Zbrush, LOCATION Beaverton Oregon United States


Heinz Ketchup Caviar! Ketchup gets the...

Heinz Ketchup Caviar! Ketchup gets the molecular gastronomy treatment. They are giving away 150 limited edition jars for Valentine's Day. (Want more? See NOTCOT.org and NOTCOT.com) [Author: submitted]
Tags: Design, Submitted, Heinz Ketchup Caviar Ketchup


Melissa McGill to Set Navy of Red Sailboats to Sea in Venice this Summer

Artist Melissa McGill will set a a navy of about 50 traditional Italian vela al terzo sailboats on the Venice this summer, all colored blood red.   “It’s not a competitive regatta,” she says. “It’s more of a presentation. Basically, we are presenting these regattas as a way to bring together all these local boat owners with these beautiful traditional boats.” Read […]
Tags: Art, News, Sea, Venice, Art News, Minipost, Melissa McGill, Set Navy of Red Sailboats


The James Brand Damascus Chapter Knife looks literally and figuratively ‘sharp’

The Chapter remains perhaps one of my most favorite knives ever. This is in part because they’re designed by The James Brand, a company that gets that sharp knives don’t need to look aggressive or tactical, and that they can channel a much more dapper aesthetic. Their knives sport a much more classy, urbane design language, and look like something a secret spy like James Bond would carry in his tuxedo (that’s not why the company is called James Brand, but it would make a great story).The Chapter...
Tags: Deals, Tools, Design, Knife, James Bond, Damascus, Product Design, Edc, EveryDayCarry, Chapter, The James Brand, James Brand, James BrandClick, Damascus Steel Edition


Director of Marketing and Communications – OPERA America

OPERA America, the national nonprofit service organization for opera, headquartered at the National Opera Center in midtown New York City, seeks an innovative and collaborative institutional marketer to lead the organization’s outward-facing identity. OPERA America’s strategic plan, in alignment with its 50th anniversary in 2019–2020, positions the organization as an authoritative source of information for the breadth of stakeholders in opera. The organization is looking for an imaginative ...
Tags: Art, Jobs, New York City, America, Social Media, Digital Media, Digital Marketing, Facebook Twitter Instagram, OPERA America, America Magazine, National Opera Center, Marketing and Communications, Director of Marketing and Communications, Publications and Communications, Dan Cooperman, [email protected]


Studio Roosegaarde wants to turn space waste into shooting stars and 3D-printed housing

At the Space Waste Lab Symposium in Almere, Netherlands, artist and innovator Daan Roosegaarde of Studio Roosegaarde announced his creative new solutions for reducing space waste. The main project of his ambitious proposals will be Shooting Stars, a collaborative effort between Studio Roosegaarde and the European Space Agency that will pull floating space waste through the Earth’s atmosphere to create a sustainable alternative to traditional fireworks. The second solution will explore repurposi...
Tags: Design, Earth, Gallery, 3d Printing, Netherlands, European Space Agency, Luxembourg, Shooting Stars, The Netherlands, Daan Roosegaarde, Carousel Showcase, Upcycling, Space Junk, Space Debris, Studio Roosegaarde, KAF


Have The Arts Become A Closed-Loop Self-Reinforcing Echo Chamber?

Simon Dancey: “The picture now is of a middle-class sector reinforcing its own values in an echo chamber that compounds the structural inequalities of the UK. This self-endorsing closed shop is never going to shift persisting inequalities and will continue to exclude a large section of our community, its values and potential. This is morally unacceptable, economically stupid and socially disgraceful.”
Tags: Art, UK, Issues, 01.24.19, Simon Dancey


Florence Knoll Bassett, 101, Designer of the Modern American Office, Dies

The mid-20th-century furnishings she fashioned were profoundly influential, and they still resonate.
Tags: Art, Design, News, Furniture, Bassett, Knoll Inc, Deaths (Obituaries, Frances Knoll, Florence Knoll Bassett, Modern American Office Dies


Rashid Johnson-Directed “Native Son” Acquired by HBO

HBO Films has acquired artist Rashid Johnson’s first directorial effort, an adaptation of  Native Son in advance of the film’s premiere at Sundance, Variety reports. The cast includes Ashton Sanders, Margaret Qualley, Nick Robinson, KiKi Layne, Elizabeth Marvel, David Alan Grier, and Bill Camp.  Read more at Variety  
Tags: Art, Hbo, News, Art News, Minipost, Rashid Johnson, HBO Films, Sundance Variety, Bill Camp Read


Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Glamorous Exile

Vain, Solzhenitsyn was less vain than most dissidents. He had no political deference, but a metaphysical humility had been beaten into him by what he had undergone. Exile was not a “new beginning” for him. He undertook it with dread, and a somewhat unrealistic idea of how tight a link he could maintain to the culture of the old country. – National Review
Tags: Art, People, Solzhenitsyn, 01.10.19, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn Glamorous Exile


Buzzfeed Lays Off Entire National News Desk, National Security Unit

BuzzFeed’s national news and national security teams broke some major stories on the Trump administration, Russia’s use of social media to shift public opinions in the United States, and other important subjects. – Variety
Tags: Art, Media, Russia, United States, Trump, 01.25.19


Igloo-inspired glass and timber cabins offer gorgeous views in Lapland's winter wonderland

Christmas may be over, but it’s still possible to visit the home of Santa Claus, and stay in these incredible igloo-style glass cabins. Helsinki-based firm, VOID Architecture designed the wooden huts with massive heated glass panels in Lapland, Finland to give visitors a serene place to stay while exploring the winter wonderland. The resort is located in Rovaniemi, the beautiful capital of Finland, known for its picturesque winter months. According to the architects, the structures were desi...
Tags: Design, Architecture, Gallery, Finland, Santa Claus, Lapland, Helsinki, Rovaniemi, Cabin Design, Lapland Finland, Wooden Cabins, Glass Cabins, VOID Architecture, Glass Resort, Glass Resort Finland, Cabins In Finland


There’s Considerable Evidence That Theatre Can Make An Impact In American Justice. Here’s How

“Given that 85 percent of U.S. counties are home to some number of incarcerated individuals, it’s likely that most of our nation’s theatres are close to at least one correctional facility. In those facilities about two thirds of the incarcerated are people of color. As theatres work to diversify their audiences along lines of income and ethnicity, a growing percentage of those attendees will have a personal connection to mass incarceration, opening up new opportunities for relevance to communit...
Tags: Art, Theatre, SJ, 01.24.19


Alan Walker’s New Chopin Bio – This Year’s Best New Book On Music?

Tim Page: “This is now the best biography of Chopin — meticulous, scholarly and well-told. Whatever the composer’s shortcomings as a person, his music grows only more moving.  – Washington Post
Tags: Art, Music, Alan Walker, Chopin, Tim Page


Vegan Fashion Week is coming to Los Angeles

Just a few days before Fashion Week begins in New York, the world’s first Vegan Fashion Week will debut in Los Angeles. Starting on February 1 with a party at the LA Natural History Museum, Vegan Fashion Week will be a four-day event that will feature fashion shows, exhibitions, a talk from Nobel Prize-winning climate scientist Robert Lempert and discussion panels about topics like animal rights, social justice and technology. French stylist Emmanuelle Rienda is curating the event, and the them...
Tags: New York, Design, Los Angeles, Peta, Dezeen, LA City Council, British Fashion Council, California Market Center, Vegan Fashion Week, LA Natural History Museum Vegan Fashion Week, Robert Lempert, Emmanuelle Rienda, London Fashion Week Vegan Fashion Week, Rienda, Los Angeles Organizers, Vegan Fashion Week Via


Highlights From COOL HUNTING + PROJECT

Our partnership at the trade show sent attendees on a scavenger hunt and rewarded their efforts with excellent prizes At the first PROJECT NY of 2019, COOL HUNTING attended as more than just members of the media. Partnering with PROJECT on a standalone booth and a playful initiative, we urged attendees (primarily buyers and retailers) to really immerse themselves and visit plenty of the brands …
Tags: Sponsored, Fashion, Design, Style, Project, Trade Shows, Herman Miller, Project New York, UBM Fashion


ONE MORE TURTLE AND THEN...

This was done on a scrap of the 7 x 10 rough paper.  Just a little bookmark size painting of a turtle.  They have turtles come up on the beaches to lay eggs on Anna Maria Island, but only during the season of May - October.   And then it's time for mermaids :)   [Author: RH Carpenter]
Tags: Art, Rh Carpenter, Anna Maria Island


How to Replace Your Staircase with an Angled Treadmill

Have you ever wanted to get into shape, while destroying the resale value of your home? In that case, Colin Furze has the perfect solution for you. While you can burn some calories going up and down your stairs, you can significantly increase your energy expenditure by replacing the stairs with an angled treadmill: What are the odds Furze will install and actually live with this thing in place?
Tags: Design, Object Culture, Colin Furze, Furze


A Show-and-Tell Video of Kevin Costner's Bad-Ass Custom Toyota Tundra

What's more interesting: To hear the statistics about a particular object, or to hear about how that object fits into someone's life? For engineers it's probably the former, for designers, the latter.Kevin Costner is perhaps more design-minded. He's got a pretty bad-ass customized Toyota Tundra that he uses on his ranch, and when Toyota caught wind of it, they smelled an opportunity for a promotional video. "Toyota asked me if I'd be willing to talk about [the truck]," Costner says. "And I wasn'...
Tags: Design, Cars, Toyota, Kevin Costner, Costner, Toyota Cruisers Trucks


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[Author: Kjell Varvin]
Tags: Design, Kjell Varvin


Nut and Bolt Thread Checkers, Both Manufactured and DIY

If you have any kind of workshop, you undoubtedly have a collection of random nuts and bolts. It's incredibly satisfying when you can dip into the stash and locate the exact size you need to complete a project. The second most satisfying is when you bring a nut/bolt of unknown threading to the hardware store, screw them into that gauge they have hanging on the wall, and determine the precise threading so that you can acquire corresponding parts.You can actually buy that yellow thread checker the...
Tags: Design, CNC, Tools & Craft, Prime Tools, S W Manufacturing


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[Author: Kjell Varvin]
Tags: Design, Kjell Varvin


Unsealed Docs: Facebook Created Kids Game That Caused Them To Spend Millions

“Facebook created a system that allowed children to spend tens of millions of dollars through their parents’ credit cards and Paypal accounts on games and other goods without their parents’ knowledge and, despite concerns raised by game developers and solutions suggested by internal analysts, did nothing to fix the issue, according to a trove of documents unsealed from a 2012 class action lawsuit.” – Variety
Tags: Art, Facebook, Media, Paypal, Audience, 01.25.19


Noise Cancelling Dog House

Modern dog house with active noise cancelling technology designed by Ford. Noise cancelling dog house uses microphones and similar technology to that found in headphones to protect sensitive dog ears from fireworks and other loud sounds. Also check out: Dog House Sofa
Tags: Design, Tech, Ford


NEH and NEA Set to Reopen as Grant Season Begins

The National Endowment for the Humanities and the National Endowment for the Arts will reopen Monday, as a crucial season for grantmaking begins in D.C.  “I want to underscore that since they are being taken off furlough, [employees] will receive all of their salary and benefits,” says NEH Chairman Jon Parrish Peede. Read more at Washington Post  
Tags: Art, News, Nea, Art News, Neh, Minipost, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Endowment for the Arts, Jon Parrish Peede Read


Smithsonian Secretary Calls for End to Shutdown in Open Letter

An open letter in USA Today from David J. Skorton, the secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, has called for an end to the government shutdown, noting that the closures cost the institution $1 million a week.  “Most important from a humanitarian perspective is the effect of loss of salary on our more than 4,000 furloughed employees,” he says.  […]
Tags: Art, News, Smithsonian, Usa Today, Art News, Minipost, Smithsonian Institution, David J Skorton


The Rhythmic Abstraction of a New Office Space in Hainan, China

Taking over the entire floor of a commercial tower in Hainan, China, these new headquarters for a company in the fashion business eschew conventional workplace configurations for a more fluid solution that combines functionality with efficiency.
Tags: Art, New Office Space, Hainan China


The chemical elements that make up your smartphone are 'endangered'

The average smartphone is made up of about 30 chemical elements. But at least half of those elements could be in danger because of increasing scarcity. Now, scientists from the University of St Andrews have developed a new, unique periodic table that highlights the “90 natural elements that make up everything.” The table also focuses on the scarcity and vulnerability of elements that we use in our devices like smartphones and televisions. In the European Union alone, more than 10 million smartp...
Tags: Design, News, European Union, Smartphones, European Parliament, Green Technology, University of St. Andrews, Periodic Table, Elements, Chemical Elements, Catherine Stihler, Endangered Elements, Clare Moody, David Cole Hamilton EuChemS, University of St Andrews There, Stihler


Google Ethicist: Here’s How Technology Hijacks Your Mind

“Western Culture is built around ideals of individual choice and freedom. Millions of us fiercely defend our right to make “free” choices, while we ignore how those choices are manipulated upstream by menus we didn’t choose in the first place. This is exactly what magicians do. They give people the illusion of free choice while architecting the menu so that they win, no matter what you choose. I can’t emphasize enough how deep this insight is.” – Medium
Tags: Google, Art, Ideas



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