A recap after a month’s publishing, we’d like to share with you our favorite posts, check them out below! The brand we remember as one of the most inexpensive cars you can buy has pretty much flipped their script with an unexpected high end collaboration: Hermes and Hyundai take sporty and luxurious to whole other ..read more..
The new touch sensitive “Tender” collection is a project by the Textielmuseum Tilburg and designers Kristi Kuusk, Martijn ten Bhömer, and Paula Kassenaar. Tender represents the value of ‘the new craftsmanship’ by combining structural knitting, electronics and conceptual fur-bubble. Also, the pieces suggest soft light and personalized interaction to be the luxury of today. So what ..read more..
The Dutch design studio Tjep is putting on an exhibition of DNA-inspired furniture and jewelry. For this project Tjep is working with Eric Wolthuis from DutchDNA to obtain genetic profiles which they then map using 3D imaging and turn into a furniture design that “literally capture a person’s essence and stand as unique pieces of art.” That’s right, furniture ..read more..
A recap after a month’s publishing, we’d like to share with you our favorite posts, check them out below! How to make plain, reusable jars simply look awesome? With Cuppow ($8). This brilliant little tool acts like a coffee cup lid, working with most normal wide-mouth canning jars to turn them into efficient, eco-friendly, reusable ..read more..
Who designed the “@ symbol,” what was the very first search engine? If you have ever wondered how the internet came to be, The Big Internet Museum will give you a tasteful interactive tour through the ever-growing existence of the “World Wide Web.” Aside from that it’s a museum like any other, with curators READ MORE ..read more..
The future of space travel is closer than most of us think and last night, at the “future of space travel” conference in Amsterdam, scientists Gerard ‘t Hooft, Bas Lansdorp en Michel van Pelt all gave us amazingly clear explanations on how we will be returning some time soon. Nowadays several space agencies are taking second looks at historical ..read more..
Google Chrome’s recently launched project called “One Hundred Thousand Stars” will definitely make allot of astronomers and star-watchers happy. Basically the OHTS interactive application is a huge space map including the locations of more than 100,000 stars. The app has a large variety of cool features that allow you too zoom in from the Sun all ..read more..
The scanning electron microscope (SEM) is one of the most powerful tools for scientist, as it can magnify a specimen up to 30,000 times its actual size. The technology has been used to examine everything from trace materials on bullets to deseases, but now, San Francisco based photographer Caren Alpert is using the technique for a less scientific purpose: ..read more..