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‘I don’t charge people to see my art unless there’s a fairground wheel.’ The post ‘what the hell is that?’ banksy denies massive moscow exhibition appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
In this GDC 2016 talk, educator Christina Wodtke explores the core principles of user experience design philosophy, and how it can help create games that are elegant and complete experiences. ...
Ford is introducing its latest turnkey racecar at the Woodward Dream Cruise as an homage to the original Ford Mustang Cobra Jet, which debuted 50 years ago. The original Cobra Jet hit the drag strip in 1968 and this latest version, of which only 68 copies will be built, is the fastest Ford production model ever made... Continue Reading Ford heats up the track with new Mustang Cobra Jet Ca
the uneven site will eventually contain six dwellings, each set amid the region's tall trees and rugged terrain. The post estudio galera uses a variety of bricks and bonds to form ‘rincon house’ in argentina appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Over at Red River Paper's blog, photographer Joel Grimes has written an interesting article about the famous 17th century artist, Rembrandt, and his lasting effect on lighting for different types of art, including photography. Grimes recalls taking art history courses as part of his BFA in photography at the University of Arizona and learning about painters, including Rembrandt, and being cap
The charm of Charleston is pulling architects and designers from New York City and beyond, who are revitalising the southern city's historic buildings while developing a contemporary local style. Read more
There are a couple of different ways to use drones for light-painting. Some people will attach LumeCubes to their drone and paint an environment with them or will fly a drone around the sky or an object and have the drones lights creating images in the sky. However, there is another way to use them that isn’t widely used yet: using the drone’s camera to capture light-painting from above.Dro
"Smart" internet-connected devices could indeed make life easier for us, but the things do typically have to be equipped with battery-powered electronics. That may not necessarily be the case for much longer, however, if the Wi-Fi-based LiveTag system reaches fruition... Continue Reading LiveTag is out to make dumb objects smart Category: Science Tags: Internet of Things
featuring a 1000 watt electric motor in the rear wheel hub and a removable battery pack, the eCub 2 range is 25 miles (40 km) at a 30 MPH speed. The post the honda eCUB 2, an electric motorcycle by shanghai customs appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Click here for my Sigma 14mm f/1.8 Art Field Test The Sigma 14mm f/1.8 DG HSM Art lens is the world's first full-frame ultra-wide lens to offer a maximum aperture of f/1.8. That alone makes it a very appealing lens to certain groups of photographers. More than that, it is an impressive lens that delivers great images and certainly lives up to its "Art" billing, which has quickly b

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