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ListenUp: Weezer covers Toto, plus new tunes by Anderson Paak, Lillian Frances and more

Anderson Paak: Bubblin With a little extra drama than his usual offerings, Anderson Paak's new track "Bubblin" features some sweeping violins over a trap beat—creating a little contrast and cinematic flair. The rapper/singer/songwriter/producer's...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Music, Design, Listenup, Listen_up, Musicvideos, Weezer, Newmusic, Anderson Paak, Anderson Paak Lillian Frances


Tips And Tricks For Your Neck Tie

Tips And Tricks For Your Neck Tie: If you have got into the habit of wearing a neck tie on a regular basis then you shall notice that somehow it seems to “wear off” a little bit. It may be due to improper care or things that are beyond your reach for example, getting food or beverages spilled upon your favorite tie. [ ] The post Tips And Tricks For Your Neck Tie appeared first on Apparel Deals.
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20180527

[Author: Kjell Varvin]
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Link About It: This Week's Picks: Medusa's makeover, an album stored in DNA, Michael Jackson's "impossible" dance move and more

1. Bill Gold's Seminal Film Posters While many might not be immediately familiar with the name Bill Gold, his work will be recognizable to just about any film enthusiast. The creative passed away yesterday at 97 years old, but his artwork lives...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Photos, Art, Music, Science, Design, Dna, Tech, Research, Dance, Records, Rip, Michael Jackson, Link-about-it, Popculture, Arthistory, Fluxus


Daily Design Inspiration

Daily Design Inspiration AoiroStudio May 27, 2018 Part of the Daily Design Inspiration series that started it all on Abduzeedo. This is where you'll find the most interesting things/finds/work curated by one of us to simply inspire your day. Furthermore, it's an opportunity to feature work from more designers, photographers, and artists in general that we haven't had the chance to write or feature about in the past. For this Daily we are selecting in i...
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Dermodex Unphotographed Album for Late Adopters

Reckitt Benckiser nappy rash brand Dermodex has launched the Unphotographed Album (O Álbum Nunca Fotografado), in association with Brazilian National Adoption Day (May 25). Late adoption in Brazil is still rare in Brazil, often associated with various myths and prejudices. Today, 92% of children who are waiting for adoption are over 7 years old. However, of the 37,000 parents who want to adopt, only 9% welcome children of that age or older, according to data from the National Justice Council. De...
Tags: Commercials, Design, Advertising, Brazil, Reckitt Benckiser, Sao Paulo, Emily, BETC, Ester, Sabrina, Joachim, Matheus, Gráfica, BETC Sao Paulo, Malu, Camila Nakagawa


Paper Game of Thrones

Beautiful three-dimensional illustrations of Game of Thrones characters made out of layers of paper. Game of Thrones illustrated through papercutting by Robbin Gregorio. Also check out: Disney Game of Thrones
Tags: Design, Inspiration, Robbin Gregorio


TED 2018: Emily Levine's "How I Made Friends With Reality": The charming philosopher/writer/comedian discusses serious truths with lighthearted humor

Somehow, beginning her TED Talk "How I Made Friends With Reality" by announcing she has stage four cancer, yet making the entire crowd laugh, the inimitable and charming Emily Levine immediately hooks her audience. The writer/philosopher/comedian...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Health, Wellness, Science, Design, Culture, Humor, Philosophy, Emily Levine, Tedtalks, Ted2018


Victorinox Swiss Army [email protected] Alox...

Victorinox Swiss Army [email protected] Alox multitool has a USB-c/USB-A 3.0/3.1 super slim 16GB drive as well as scissors, bottle opener, wire stripper, screwdriver and keyring. (Want more? See NOTCOT.org and NOTCOT.com) [Author: submitted]
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[Author: Kjell Varvin]
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Poems, Quotes, Lyrics, Proverbs and Jokes | Novasyon

Poems, Quotes, Lyrics, Proverbs and Jokes | Novasyon: Find beautiful poems, song lyrics, wisdom proverbs, funy jokes, inspiring quotes. Add your own content, share with your friends. Novasyon: Innovative ressources in English, French, Spanish and Haitian Creole.
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A 1940s home gets a modern update with reclaimed materials

Australian studio Porter Architects has sensitively restored and updated a 1940s dwelling in Lake Wendouree, Australia into a modern and light-filled family home. Large windows, contemporary furnishings and finishes breathe new life into the Ballarat property, but the clients and architects were also careful to preserve the home’s original historic elements as well. As a result, recycled and reclaimed materials were used throughout the renovation. Renovations can often be stressful affairs, e...
Tags: Design, Tom, Ballarat, Porter Architects, Lake Wendouree House, Lake Wendouree Australia, Meeghan McInerney


Bill Gates "5 books worth reading this summer"...

Bill Gates "5 books worth reading this summer" - a fascinating list (I'm so curious about Factfulness!) the video is adorable and filled with puppies! (Want more? See NOTCOT.org and NOTCOT.com) [Author: submitted]
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Prometheus Design Werx - SPD DIY Kraken Morale...

Prometheus Design Werx - SPD DIY Kraken Morale Patch (Want more? See NOTCOT.org and NOTCOT.com) [Author: submitted]
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Centrifugal Force Never Looked So Good

The top toy has remained largely unchanged since antiquity because… why change a good thing?! The Bubble top by Maki is just a little different, however. The collection consists of two distinct designs inspired by the “collision” between two bubbles meeting. This is represented in its mechanized methacrylate material that gives it translucence to view the interior one made from resin. It’s a subtle twist (pun intended) on the design that gives this time-tested toy a fresh new look.Designers: Jor...
Tags: Design, Product Design, Maki, Jorge Ros Gisbert, Andreu Gadea, Jorge Ros Gisbert Andreu Gadea


Couple builds an 'Earthship' tiny home for less than $10K

DIY home builds are never easy, and rarely cheap, but one ambitious couple managed to create a beautiful tiny home for under $10,000. Taylor and Steph Bode from Nomadic Roots created their sustainable 560-square-foot ‘Earthship’ mainly using reclaimed and repurposed materials. Inspired by the design principles of visionary architect Mike Reynolds and his company, Earthship Biotecture, the couple focused on creating a sustainable home that would employ passive and sustainable features to stay ...
Tags: Design, Architecture, Gallery, Energy Efficiency, Taylor, Green Design, Sustainable Design, Reclaimed Materials, Natural Light, Steph, Mike Reynolds, Minimalist Living, Underground Homes, Salvaged Building Materials, Diy Home, Sustainable Home


Foster + Partners turn an office tower into Hong Kongs newest luxury hotel

Foster + Partners transformed a former government headquarters tower into a luxury hotel in Hong Kong, and it has just opened its doors to the public. Located on the southern edge of Central with sweeping views of The Peak, the 336-room hotel — named The Murray — not only includes a striking interior overhaul, but also features new street frontage and green space to reconnect the 25-story tower with the urban fabric. The adaptive reuse project preserved the existing self-shading facade to maxim...
Tags: Hong Kong, Design, Hotels, India, Office, Architecture, Gallery, Hotel, Luxury Hotel, Carousel Showcase, Green Renovation, Murray, Energy Efficient Architecture, Adaptive Reuse, Solar Gain, Foster Partners


UNStudio designs cocoon-like pavilion made of 100% recyclable materials

If you’ve ever dreamed of cocooning yourself in nature, this woven prefabricated pavilion may be right up your alley. Dutch architect Ben van Berkel of UNStudio has unveiled the Ellipsicoon, a digitally developed and handwoven pavilion that can pop up anywhere as a sculptural and meditative retreat. The curvaceous Ellipsicoon was created as part of the pavilion series for Revolution Precrafted, a collection of limited-edition prefabricated homes and pavilions designed by the world’s leading arc...
Tags: Design, Architecture, Gallery, Prefab, Carousel Showcase, Pavilion, Recycled Materials, Prefabricated, Prefab Architecture, Retreat, Ben Van Berkel, UNStudio, HDPE, van Berkel, Woven, Ron Arad


Broken Glass Sculptures

Cool sculptures made by Daniel Arsham out of pieces of shattered glass. Pieces of broken glass form realistic shapes of objects and human figures. Also check out: Shattering Porcelain Figurines
Tags: Design, Inspiration, Daniel Arsham, Broken Glass Sculptures


This tarp-based wheelbarrow is all kinds of awesome!

Allsop’s Wheeleasy cleverly redesigns the wheelbarrow to be much more than that. Aside from the fact that it folds flat to be stored easily, the Wheeleasy is also great to load things onto, because it spreads flat on the floor. Load grass, hay, rocks, planters, or pretty much anything you want onto its flat vinyl-coated nylon tarpaulin and lift the handles up. The Wheeleasy works exactly like any normal wheelbarrow, but with a flexibility brought about by the tarp that feels potentially game-c...
Tags: Deals, Garden, Design, Product Design, Allsop, Wheebarrow, Wheeleasy


Man plans to swim the Pacific Ocean to raise awareness for plastic pollution

You’ve heard a lot about the ocean plastic crisis, and may even know a fair amount about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. But for many of us, the issue can still seem far away when we drink out of a plastic bottle or tote groceries in a plastic bag. Professional distance swimmer Ben Lecomte aims to offer a fresh, personal perspective on ocean health as he swims 5,500 miles across the Pacific Ocean. Inhabitat caught up with Lecomte just days before he plans to leave for the potentially record-se...
Tags: Design, San Francisco, Nasa, Tokyo, Fukushima, Pacific Ocean, Inhabitat, Atlantic Ocean, Ocean Cleanup, Ocean Institute, Lecomte, Ben Lecomte, Pacific Ocean Inhabitat, Mission Blue the Ocean Voyages Institute, Ocean Institute They, Nomadica Films Live


Link About It: Good, Bad, and Terrible GDPR Emails

Today is Day Zero for GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), which is the European Union's new privacy regulations—the new policy for any companies that use European residents' personal information. The most visible result of this has been the...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Design, Privacy, Tech, European Union, Data, Culture, Humor, Emails, Gdpr, Linkaboutit


Geode inspired art and furniture is made with eco-resin (Video)

These beautiful and shimmery works of functional art look like real geodes.
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Design Job: Be Curious, Confident and Creatively Bold as This Way Up's Design Director

If you are passionate about design, determined to make a real difference, extremely talented and bursting with great ideas, then come and join our rapidly growing design agency. We are looking for senior creatives who can lead projects, strive for that big ideas.View the full design job here
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Design Criticism: Analyzing Each NFL Team's Logo (Blog Form)

Sports website Fanjuicer.com surveyed 1,488 fans to see how they ranked each NFL team's logo. They then got a professional graphic designer to critique each logo, printing their assessment. We view that as muscling in on our territory, so we're responding here with our own design critique of all 32 teams' logos. Pittsburgh Steelers This looks like you let your child paint the front of your Subaru ___________________________________________________  Oakland Raiders Here's a tough warrior ...
Tags: Design, Microsoft, Superman, Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Denver Broncos, NFL, San Francisco, Chicago, Dallas Cowboys, Jacksonville Jaguars, Arizona Cardinals, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Indianapolis Colts, Philadelphia Eagles


Design Criticism: Analyzing Each NFL Team's Logo (Slideshow Form)

Sports website Fanjuicer.com recently surveyed 1,488 fans to rank each NFL team's logo. They then had a professional graphic designer critique each one. We view that as muscling in on our territory, so we're responding here with our own design analysis of all 32 teams' logos. Click on a logo and get ready to learn. Pittsburgh Steelers This looks like you let your child paint the front of your Subaru Oakland Raiders Here's a tough warrior who...
Tags: Design, Microsoft, Superman, Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, NFL, San Francisco, Chicago, Detroit Lions, Houston, Kansas City Chiefs, Pittsburgh Steelers, Visual Communication, Paul Stanley, Photo Galleries, Subaru Oakland Raiders


Reader Submitted: Opposites Attract with the Delirium Chair

The Delirium Chair is a tribute to a balance between city and nature, artificial and natural, Techne and Psyche. Its form flows organically but also reminds us of rigid systems like highways. View the full project here
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[Author: Kjell Varvin]
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The pen that captures ideas and holds pages

Whether you’re reading a book or writing one, the Kikkerland Writersblok Bookmark Pen can be quite a handy little instrument. Its elliptical shape lends to easy gripping, while also making it rest nicely between pages, working as both pen and bookmark.The Writersblok Bookmark Pen comes in a nice black body with an elliptical cross-section that then transitions at the end to a circular one, making sure it doesn’t slip through your pages. Its simplistic style and dual-purpose nature make it quite ...
Tags: Design, Stationery, Product Design, Kikkerland, Ana Relvao, Bookmark pen, Gerhardt Kellermann, Writersblok Bookmark Pen


Scientists at the San Diego Zoo find some hope for saving the nearly-extinct northern white rhino

Only two northern white rhinos remain on Earth — two females, Najin and Fatu. But all isn’t lost for the subspecies quite yet — scientists have hatched a scheme to save the rhinos and recently published their findings in a new study revealing preserved cells that could hold enough genetic diversity to seed a viable population. The San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research led the study, published this week in Genome Research, scrutinizing cryopreserved cells stored at the institute’s Fr...
Tags: Design, Earth, Kenya, The New York Times, San Diego Zoo, San Diego Zoo Global, Genome Research, Najin, New York Times Images, Earther, San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research, Oliver Ryder, Cynthia Steiner, Cathy Dean, Sumatran Javan, Frozen Zoo Genome Research Via Earther