Sounds of social justice: How music, athletes and activism intersect for good

Right now, there is a generation of athletes who want to have a greater impact. They want to extend the movement to something bigger than charity backpack drives and sports camps. “There’s a new wave of activism through sports. Something we haven’t seen before.” So, too, do you see it in musicians. Traced all the way from Marvin Gay to Beyoncé’s Homecoming album and her conscientious actions. – The Tennessean
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Paper Camera

Detailed replica of a camera with detachable lens and flash made of paper. Paper Camera Kit handcrafted by South Korean design studio Dotmot. Also check out: Camera Made of Chocolate
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This beautiful book-inspired chair lets you flip its seat design like pages!

The PAGES chair elicits sheer joy with the way it creatively spins furniture design on its head. Halfway between a chair and a file-binder full of colorful fabrics, the PAGES chair almost feels like flipping through a book of textile swatches, and with each page, the chair transforms into a new design.Designed by Noriko Hashida and developed by Vanguard Industries, the PAGES chair has a delightful way of making sure you’re never bored by the spaces you’re in, or the furniture that’s in your sp...
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This hyper-ergonomic Xbox controller concept makes gaming far more comfortable

Yeong Seok Go has a few ideas for the Xbox controller. While Xbox’s native controller remains one of the most ergonomically comfortable controllers out there, Yeong Seok believes it can be pushed a couple of steps further. Presenting what could be the most comfortable and subsequently enjoyable gaming experience ever, these conceptual Xbox controllers easily make me want to ask Microsoft why they never went in this particular direction.Yeong Seok’s gaming controllers opt for a split dual-control...
Tags: Gaming, Games, Design, Technology, Microsoft, Organic, Controller, Xbox, Nintendo, Ergonomic, Product Design, Yeong Seok Go

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

The future according to Stanley Kubrick, rock musical podcasts, the landscape at our Earth's core and more from around the internet 24 Covers for the Washington Post’s Climate Change Issue For 21 April’s issue of the Washington Post Magazine, their staff took a look back at the past year’s most important climate change-related stories and republished them with well-designed, poignant covers. Counting 24 in total, …
Tags: Science, Design, Musicals, Internet, Future, Tech, History, Earth, Nature, Magazines, 3d Printing, Stanley Kubrick, Notre Dame, Publications, Linkaboutit, Link About It

Artist Sebastian Errazuriz Makes Classical Sculptures Of Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, And Jeff Bezos

Elon Musk, Exile and Escape. Artist, Designer and Activist Sebastian Errazuriz has received international acclaim for his original and provocative works on a variety of areas and disciplines. Tackling everything from political artworks to giant public art projects, experimental furniture to product design and women’s shoes to motorcycles. His work is always surprising and compelling... Source
Tags: Politics, Design, Technology, Classical, Sculptures, Silicon, Sebastian Errazuriz, Valley

Michael Wolf, Who Photographed Skyscrapers Minus the Sky, Dies at 65

Framing buildings in disorienting fashion, he created images of Hong Kong’s density. He also recorded the minutiae of its everyday life.
Tags: Art, Hong Kong, Photography, News, Wolf, Michael Wolf, Deaths (Obituaries, Buildings (Structures, Michael (1954-2019

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