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A Scandinavian-styled minimalist cat litter-box that puts IKEA’s furniture to shame

Meet Jackson Cunningham. You could broadly call him a furniture designer, but his job description is a little more specific and a lot more obscure. Jackson designs furniture for cats.Realizing that readily available cat litter-boxes are either boring looking plastic trays or over-engineered, IoT-powered poop-shrines, Jackson went ahead and fashioned himself something that catered to his cat, as well as his space. The Cove is every bit a part of your household’s decor. It isn’t too ugly-looking...
Tags: Deals, Design, Pets, Ikea, Jackson, Shop, Product Design, Litter Box, Cove, Cat Litter, Jackson Cunningham, Tuft & Paw


Plant Manager Discovers Beer Production Waste Can Be Used to Make Wastewater Treatment Cheaper

Brewery managers have to know their chemistry. Understanding how to manipulate the brewing and fermentation process is crucial to devising a liquid that people will crave and ask for at the bar.Photo by Gerrie van der Walt on Unsplash Sewage treatment facility managers have to know their chemistry, too; but while they're also dealing with yellowish-brown liquids, their target end product is clean water that won't cause algae blooms and kill marine life. To turn wastewater into something that can...
Tags: Design, Npr, Havre, Bozeman, Newfield, Garrity, Michael Garrity, Jonas Jacobsson, Havre Montana, Timothy Dykes, Gerrie van der Walt, Drue Newfield, Triple Dog Brewing Co, Triple Dog Brewing Co Newfield, NPR Triple Dog Brewing Co With


Design Job: Get Your Career Cooking as an Industrial Designer at Viking Range in Greenwood, MS

The Junior Industrial Designer assists higher-level Industrial Designers in the conceptualization and development of new products. Plans, establishes, and manages a variety of tasks including research, concept production, model making, and presentation in the aesthetic and functional design of products, exhibits, and displays. Work is of moderate difficulty and limited scope with specific and detailed instructions.View the full design job here
Tags: Design, Jobs, Greenwood MS, Viking Range


Could These Tree-Like Vertical Farms Be the Future of Urban Farming?

Norway and New York City-based design studio Framlab ("fram" means "forward" in Norwegian) have come up with an intriguing solution for urban farming that combines modular design with soilless, aeroponic growth systems. The conceptual project—titled Glasir ("gleaming")—is designed with Brooklyn in mind, a borough where the foodie destinations along the gentrified waterfront neighborhoods stand in stark contrast to some of the biggest food deserts in the city in low-income neighborhoods like East...
Tags: Design, New York City, Urbanism, Brooklyn, Norway, East New York East Flatbush Canarsie


An Object That Could Use a Little Design Attention: The BunkTrunk, a Bed-Mounted Locker for College Dorms

The BunkTrunk is an elevated locker designed to be integrated with your average dorm room single bed.I appreciate the thinking behind it: It can be "installed" by simply shoving the base under a mattress, it's elevated so as not to interfere with your feet, it works on both top and bottom bunks, it provides a viewing platform for your laptop if you want to Netflix in bed, and it safely locks away your valuables. However, I find the design a little underwhelming:I give the design high marks for f...
Tags: Design, Netflix, Furniture Design, Bed Mounted Locker for College Dorms


Ikea Hosting In-Store Sleepover Parties Next Month in Brooklyn and Costa Mesa

When Ikea first opened in China, the company was dismayed to learn some customers were coming in not to shop, but to take naps on the beds in the showroom.Perhaps they've taken a lesson from that. On Friday, March 13th--which is "World Sleep Day," apparently--the company is hosting an Ikea Swede Dreams Sleepover event at their Brooklyn and Costa Mesa outposts, where guests will actually crash in the showrooms."The custom sleep experience will offer unique games and activities relating to sleep,"...
Tags: Design, China, Brooklyn, Ikea, Furniture Design, Costa Mesa, Ikea Family, Insomniac Lounge, Costa Mesa Ikea


The Concours d'Lemons: A Purposely Horrific Car Show, Filled with Auto Design No-Nos

The same organizers who brought you The 24 Hours of Lemons, an endurance race between shit-box cars, also has an answer to the Concours d'Elegance: The Concours d'Lemons.This annual event is where you can witness such beauties as... A stretch limousine Corvette; A Volkswagen Beetle van conversion that takes the Beetle part very seriously; A Gandalf-themed van called Vandalf; A 1979 Ford Pinto station wagon, in Squire trim; A 1988 Merkur XR4Ti that looks like it was art-directed by a pack of...
Tags: Design, Cars, Volkswagen, Gandalf, Squire, Concours, Yugo, Hagerty Insurance and Classic Motorsports Magazine


Sony SRS-LSR200 remote control - a fascinating...

Sony SRS-LSR200 remote control - a fascinating mashup of remote control and portable speaker. (Want more? See NOTCOT.org and NOTCOT.com) [Author: submitted]
Tags: Design, Submitted, Sony SRS


Rollis Toy Cars - adorable design with their...

Rollis Toy Cars - adorable design with their drivers packed right in. (Want more? See NOTCOT.org and NOTCOT.com) [Author: submitted]
Tags: Design, Submitted, Rollis Toy Cars


Review Roundup: Tom Stoppard's LEOPOLDSTADT Opens at Wyndham's Theatre

Tom Stoppard's Leopoldstadt opens tonightat the Wyndham's Theatre. [Author: Review Roundups]
Tags: Theatre, Wyndham, Tom Stoppard, Review Roundups, Leopoldstadt


David Phelps and Brian Justin Crum to Join Norm Lewis in CHILDREN OF EDEN in Chicago

Broadway star, Norm Lewis, will lead Children of Eden at the Arcada Theatre in Chicago along with David Phelps and Brian Justin Crum, [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Chicago, Broadway, David Phelps, Norm Lewis, BWW News Desk, Brian Justin Crum, Children of Eden, Arcada Theatre


About Liam O'Farrell and his amazing paintings

One of the very nice things that happens from time to time is that artists that I feature on my blog sometimes write to me to tell me what has happened to them and their artwork.  One such is Liam... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] [Author: Making A Mark on Art]
Tags: Art, Liam, Making A Mark on Art, Liam O Farrell


ALADDIN Sequel in the Works at Disney

Variety reports that the live-action 'Aladdin' reboot is getting a sequel at Disney. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Disney, TV News Desk


This watch’s paracord wristband allows it to easily turn into a neck-worn stopwatch

Wristwatch, pocket-watch, stopwatch, the Artika Horizon 2 can seamlessly transition between all three avatars, thanks to its innovative use of a paracord-based wristband. The watch’s body sports hollow channels along the rim that guide the paracord, while a clasp helps secure the paracord strap around your wrist. To transition into pocket-watch or neck-worn stopwatch mode, just pull the paracord out of the clasp and slide the watch’s body to the opposite end and voila! The one-of-a-kind cord-bas...
Tags: Design, Watch, Watches, Product Design, Albert Rakhimzhanov, Artika Horizon 2, Stieglitz Academy


HBO Plans an Immersive Live Theatre Event for THE THIRD DAY

Deadline reports that HBO and Sky will produce an immersive live event to coincide with the premiere of 'The Third Day.' [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Hbo, Theatre, TV News Desk


What Do We Want From History?

What might I want history to do to me? I might want history to reduce my historical antagonist—and increase me. I might ask it to urgently remind me why I’m moving forward, away from history. Or speak to me always of our intimate relation, of the ties that bind—and indelibly link—my history and me. I could want history to tell me that my future is tied to my past, whether I want it to be or not. Or ask it to promise me that my future will be revenge upon my past. Or warn me that the pas...
Tags: Art, New York, Ideas, 02.27.20


How Instagram Is Changing Theatre

“Instagram is absolutely shaping the theatre industry,” says Jay Armstrong Johnson, who recently played Raoul in Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. Johnson notes that Instagram has become “a necessary app, a connecting device” not just for fans and those without access to the arts, but also “to other artists, which has often led to new projects and/or collaborations.” – American Theatre
Tags: Art, Instagram, Theatre, Audience, Raoul, Jay Armstrong Johnson, 02.07.20, Broadway Johnson


Mountain Eraser

Creative pencil eraser from Japan slowly reveals the top of the Fuji mountain. Mount Fuji air-in eraser designed by Japanese stationery company PLUS. Also check out: Pencil Broom Erase
Tags: Japan, Design, Tech, Mount Fuji


Interested in hand-lettering? Here's a book for you

I love old paperbacks, especially their great hand-lettered titles. I grabbed a few from my shelf to show you what I mean: Not many books feature hand-lettering, but there are still a number of people who keep the tradition alive. Ivan Castro, a graphic designer in Barcelona, Spain, is one such craftsman. He teaches lettering in design schools, and his book, The ABC of Custom Lettering is a beautiful and practical guide for the aspiring letterer. Here are some sample spreads:
Tags: Art, Post, News, Diy, Craft, Art Supplies, Lettering, Barcelona Spain, Hand Lettering, Ivan Castro, ABC of Custom Lettering


The Display Away Cabinet lets you showcase your belongings, with a sense of mystery

Designed to look like furniture meets Hollywood Squares, the Display Away cabinet is a reinterpretation of the traditional glass-faced cabinets often seen in homes, used to store trophies or chinaware. Designed by Stine Aas, the Display Away cabinet comes with a frosted glass front and individually backlit cabinet compartments that provide new aesthetic value to your belongings by showcasing them yet obscuring them from view. The silhouette art helps you appreciate your belongings literally from...
Tags: Design, Furniture, Product Design, Display Away, Stine Aas, Stine Knudsen Aas, Hollywood Squares the Display Away


How Ballerina Costumes Influenced 20th Century Fashion

“Ballet costumes influenced fashion, and fashion influenced ballet costumes. This interplay, I think, was very, very rich during the mid-century.”  – The Daily Beast
Tags: Art, Dance, 02.10.20


The Media Industry Is Booming. So Why Is Creative Employment In Los Angeles Down

L.A.’s creative economy directly employed 402,465 workers in 2018, down 0.1% from 2017, according to the annual Otis Report released Wednesday. – Los Angeles Times
Tags: Art, Media, 02.11.20, Los Angeles Down


Rick Moranis Joins Josh Gad in HONEY, I SHRUNK THE KIDS Reboot

According to Deadline, original Honey, I Shrunk the Kids starRick Moraniswill join previously announcedJosh Gadin an upcoming reboot of Walt Disney Pictures' 1989 movie. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Josh Gad, Rick Moranis, TV News Desk


BWW Contest: Win Two Tickets To See Stephanie J. Block In Concert In Florida!

Get ready because we're giving you a chance to win a pair of tickets to see Tony winner Stephanie J. Block inconcert withSeth Rudetsky The winner will receive two tickets to the concert on February 22, 2020 at The Parker Playhouse in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The contest will run now through February 16th at 1159PM EST, so make sure to enter for your chance to win TODAY [Author: BWW Contests]
Tags: Florida, Theatre, Tony, Stephanie, Fort Lauderdale Florida, Stephanie J Block, BWW Contests


Photo Flash: John C. Reilly, Simon Helberg and More Attend Opening Night of THE FATHER Starring Alfred Molina

Pasadena Playhouse, The State Theater of California, presents The Father, written by Florian Zeller, translated by Christopher Hampton and directed by Jessica Kubzansky, now through March 1, 2020. The production stars Alfred Molina Frieda, An Education, Enchanted April in a tour-de-force role in perhaps one of the most awarded plays of recent times on two continents winning the 2014 Molire Award, and nominations for the Evening Standard Theatre Award, Olivier Award for Best New Play, and Tony Aw...
Tags: California, Theatre, Alfred Molina, Florian Zeller, Christopher Hampton, BWW News Desk, Jessica Kubzansky, John C Reilly Simon Helberg, Pasadena Playhouse The State Theater, Alfred Molina Frieda


Join Our Team! BroadwayWorld Seeks Freelance Videographer

If you're a New York City-based theater lover with a love for video, BroadwayWorld wants you on our team. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: New York City, Theatre, BroadwayWorld, BWW News Desk


Penultimate’s Dazzling DIY-Influenced Collection

Garments that test the boundaries of high-end fashion The third collection from NYC-based designer Xiang Gao’s Penultimate label—titled “Good Night, God Bless, Beautiful Boy”—blurs the boundaries of both gender and garment. Part sculpture, part collage, and entirely wearable, each piece feels concurrently elegant, beautifully crafted and DIY. Gao’s fantastical arrangements of fabrics (from knits to denim, quilt and flannel) drape in unexpected directions and draw …
Tags: Art, Fashion, New York, Design, Style, Clothing, Designers, Chinese, Sweaters, Knitwear, GAO, NYFW, David Nobody, AW20, David Henry Brown Jr, Penultimate


Review Panel

Review Panel convened this week with artcritical editor and host David Cohen. Invitee critics were Ariella Budick, Noah Dillon and Laila Pedro and they discussed the following exhibitions: Gabriele Evertz: Exaltation at Minus Space, DUMBO/Brooklyn Susan Rothenberg at Speroni Westwater,...
Tags: Art, Brooklyn, Review Panel, Susan Rothenberg, David Cohen Invitee, Ariella Budick Noah Dillon, Laila Pedro, Gabriele Evertz


Two Napoleons in Brooklyn, One in Timberlands

The Brooklyn Museum has hung Jacques-Louis David’s “Bonaparte Crossing the Alps” alongside an adaptation by Kehinde Wiley. It’s a face-off between two visions of the political power of art.
Tags: Art, News, David, Brooklyn, Museums, Wiley, Napoleon, Kehinde Wiley, Bonaparte, Brooklyn Museum, Jacques Louis David, Race and Ethnicity, Brooklyn (NYC, Kehinde, Jacques-Louis, Apes**t (Song


Eating Sea Urchins Could Restore the Ocean’s Ecosystem

Contrary to reports that conservation is the only way to save our oceans, one company’s hypothesis suggests that eating more sea urchins (urchin roe or uni in Japanese) could actually help restore balance in the aquatic ecosystem. Urchinomics (the aptly named organization testing this theory) found urchins thriving in waters now abandoned by predators due to pollution, heating or overfishing. Increased urchin populations means trouble …
Tags: Food, Design, Climate Change, Sea, Nature, Culture, Pollution, Oceans, Ocean, Linkaboutit, Uni, Kelp, Sea Urchins, Sea Life, Urchin Roe



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