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Four studios are presenting very different floor coverings in a Dutch design showcase at London Design Festival, demonstrating a range of innovative techniques and technologies. Read more
After over a year since it dramatically broke loose from the Antarctic ice cap, one of the largest icebergs on record has finally set to sea. In July 2017, iceberg A68 split off from the Larsen C ice shelf, but shallow waters to the north and unexpectedly heavy ice to the east kept it pinned in its original position. Now, thanks to strong southern spring winds, the multi-trillion tonne ice
The first large-scale operation to scoop waste plastic from the Pacific Ocean has set off from San Francisco. Read more
the ocean cleanup, a non-profit organisation based in the netherlands, officially launches its beta cleanup system into the ocean on saturday. The post the ocean cleanup launches it’s giant pac-man into the sea this weekend appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Long Acre Farms in Macedon, New York, has unveiled the autumn 2018 pattern for its Amazing Maize Maze: a giant Kodak camera. The design was created for Kodak's 130th anniversary and Long Acre Farms' 25th anniversary; it features a vintage camera, large flash, a finger capturing an image, and a strip of film.One of Long Acre Farms' owners, Joan Allen, explained the reason for the design to WXXI Ne
A group of artists in Taiwan have transformed a 10-metre-tall brutalist concrete loudspeaker, formerly used to broadcast anti-communist propaganda to China, into an art installation. Read more
As if cancer wasn't scary enough already, it turns out the cells have video game-style boss versions that are bigger, more resilient and can travel further. These so-called "giant" cancer cells contribute to many of the disease's most dangerous abilities, but they remain relatively unstudied. Now, researchers from Brown University have investigated these troublemakers, revealing some physi
To the casual observer, the difference between a planet and a star is pretty stark, but in reality things are a little murkier. A class of object known as a "brown dwarf" sits in the middle, with more mass than a planet but not enough to kickstart the nuclear fusion process that characterizes a star. One of these strange objects was recently downgraded to planet status (albeit a huge one),
This photo may look like the result of a photographer going too crazy with Photoshop’s Clone Stamp, but it’s a real photo of an actual duck family. Minnesota-based wildlife photographer Brent Cizek was at Lake Bemidji back in June when he spotted this mother duck leading a ginormous blood of over 50 ducklings.When Cizek revisited the lake to look for the mama duck (which he dubbed 
as the world scrambles to see kusama's infinity mirror installations, perhaps these tulips will satisfy a lucky few. The post yayoi kusama’s giant tulips overrun LA’s marciano art foundation with polka dots appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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