Goodbye, Windows XP my old friend.
This image is called "Bliss." Is it real? At the time when Microsoft announced they would stop the support for Windows XP, she has released this video with the answer.
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Gilles Cenazandotti’s latest collection is called Future Bestiary and is intended to be an homage to the animals whose lives and habitats are threatened by pollution.
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A kitchen company altered perspectives on rows of text to create a subtle yet mind-bending advert in a Colombian newspaper.
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Serbia-born, Paris-based architect Jug Cerovic moonlights as a map designer who has created a series of standardized subway maps of cities around the world. His INAT series of maps are meant to fit in your pocket and be easy to read and use.
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Design thinking is a user-centered approach for creative problem solving that is marked by building empathy, ideating solutions, and rapid prototyping.
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“Transform” by MIT’s Tangible Media Group makes a touchscreen table look elementary.
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Foodini is a 3D printer for foodstuffs. Its Florida-based makers are hoping their time-saving device becomes as ubiquitous on kitchen countertops as the microwave oven has become but also gets more people cooking with fresh ingredients, rather than…
Printing your food? How cool?
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The internet is a wonderful platform and tool for artists and designers to share their works and interact with millions around the world. This empowering tool also comes with a dark side as we all know. More designers are experiencing this menace, the theft and use of art without …
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