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We’re Entering a Golden Age of Space Tourism Propaganda

Whether they’re selling tickets to orbit or making sure the science funding keeps flowing, rocket companies and space agencies alike have a vested interest in getting the public jazzed about the cosmic beyond. So it’s no surprise that we’re now entering a golden age of space tourism propaganda—one that’s bringing back the beloved, classic design […]

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A New Kid-Safe Version of the 3Doodler Melts Plastic Without Burning Fingers

Kids love to doodle, be it with markers, crayons, finger paints, even food. That’s why the 3Doodler seemed like the perfect kids’ toy—except the heat needed to melt the 3D printing filament meant it was adults only. So the company has created a new version, designed specifically for kids, with new filament that melts with […]

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Inside Cai Guo-Qiang’s New York Art Studio

Step into artist Cai Guo-Qiang’s personal headquarters in downtown New York City. Its recent renovation and expansion sees historic elements from the building juxtaposed against newer materials of translucent resin. A resin-built wall is the central spine of the building and not only distributes natural light to multiple studios but references Cai’s work of unfolding different scenes on a common space. On […]

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These Writers Cabins Help You Get Away From It All, Except Your Neighbors

The Djerassi Resident Artist Program is tucked into the Woodside, CA’s Bear Gulch, providing writers and creatives alike with an oasis of privacy. The Diane Middlebrook Studios (informally known as the Writers Cabins) offer the ultimate remote hideaway — free of technology, Internet, social media and distractions. The four units face South-west with breathtaking views […]

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Paul Feig Unveils the LEGO Set for the ‘Ghostbusters’ Reboot

Peter, Ray, Egon, Winston and company finally got the LEGO treatment this January, more than three decades after Ghostbusters‘ 1984 release. Paul Feig’s female-centric reboot may not even have a trailer yet, but that hasn’t stopped the director from teasing the film’s upcoming toys. Now, after revealing Mattel’s action figures, Feig took to Twitter today […]

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Eero Saarinen’s Classic Womb Settee Design Gets a $6200 USD Booster Shot of Engineering

Eero Saarinen is a name that may only ring bells in architecture and design circles, but you’re definitely familiar with some of his large-scale projects, like St. Louis’ Gateway Arch or JFK’s beautiful, now-abandoned TWA terminal. The Finnish-American architect and industrial designer’s classic 1948 70 Womb chair design is built with furniture legend Florence “Schu” […]

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Gosha Rubchinskiy “Aglec” Book

A limited edition book, created by Russian designer Gosha Rubchinskiy back in 2010, has gone on sale at 032c. Initially created as a fanzine and exhibition, the book was commissioned by 032c editor-in-chief Joerg Koch after he had seen Rubchinskiy 2008 work, Evil Empire. Head here to get your hands on one of just 300 […]

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Inside BGB Group’s New York City Office

Advertising agency BGB Group, in collaboration with TPG Architecture, has completed a multi-phase relocation project from its original location on 99 Hudson to 465 Broadway in New York City. Their new eccentric office design is a destination for work and play — the space sees an open floor plan, littered with themed conference rooms. Throughout are whimsical yet cozy […]

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SMASHnGRAB Street Artist Trading Cards

SMASHnGRAB presents a follow-up to its ARTWORLD sticker collection, bringing together some of the most iconic street artists in a trading card game. The likes of D*Face, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Nychos have been rendered as South Park characters for this Top Trumps style game, where artists are scored in “Batman,” “Spraycan,” “Heisenberg” and “Banana” categories. Check out […]

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A closer look at the vehicles designed for the Hyperloop Pod competition

Filed under: Green, Tesla, Transportation Alternatives, Future Engadget visits the SpaceX campus to see the designers working on the Hyperloop Pods. Continue reading A closer look at the vehicles designed for the Hyperloop Pod competition A closer look at the vehicles designed for the Hyperloop Pod competition originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 02 Feb […]

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Unibro Design Creates Custom Furniture Pieces From Old Automotive Parts

Writing desks made from a BMW ‘Alpina,’ standing lamps fashioned from 1967 Mustang coupes; German furniture firm Unibro Design takes spare automotive parts and transforms them into unique, one-of-a-kind furniture pieces. Featuring fine finishings like adjustable aluminum legs, LED lights, American muscle car hood filters and original car paint, each piece is crafted as a distinctive piece […]

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Inside the San Francisco Office of Instacart

Founded in 2012, internet-based grocery delivery company Instacart opened the doors to this creatively-conducive San Francisco office late last year. Instacart hired Design Blitz with two goals in mind: to attract and retain talent, while manifesting their core values of humbleness and quality. Two large work cafes, located on the 6th and 11th floors, feature […]

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The 2020 Olympic Stadium Could Have Had a Flaming Floating Rooftop Fountain

Originally opened back in 1964 for the Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, Shinjuku’s National Stadium will be replaced with a brand new design from Kengo Kuma ahead of 2020’s Tokyo-set games. While that design is certainly eye catching and modern, an ill-fated concept from Tokujin Yoshioka could have perhaps one-upped the final design. Its highlight? […]

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Designers Will Knit a Neon Rope Canopy Over MoMA’s Concrete Courtyard This Summer

Each summer the Museum of Modern Art’s Queens outpost, PS1, chooses an up-and-coming designer to create a temporary installation in its courtyard. These have ranged from a fortress of used skateboards to towers of bricks grown from fungus. This year, it’s a colorful crocheted net. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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