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After discovering retouching services being offered on Fiverr, the popular platform that lets freelancers offer ultra-cheap services, photographer Irene Rudnyk recently decided to conduct an experiment to see what kind of results you can get for $10 and less.Rudnyk hired three different retouchers at three different ultra-cheap price points: $0.25, $5, and $10.This is the unedited photo Rudnyk se
jacob witzling has an inclination for the outdoors and a weakness for woodland homes. The post this tiny moss-covered cabin in the woods seems straight out of a storybook appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
This week on Dezeen, Priestmangoode revealed the first full-scale Hyperloop pod in Spain, and a prototype bus that tackles air pollution took to the UK's streets. Read more
xomatok's installation enlivens the site by creating a surprising and unfamiliar sense of discovery. The post this building in lima is bathed in a spectrum of colorful hues appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
a video shows the rubik’s cube being placed onto the table before running freely and solving itself. The post this self-solving rubik’s cube is powered by a custom 3D-printed robotic core appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
A week after giving us the first photo from the surface of asteroid 162173 Ryugu, Japan’s MINERVA rovers have just sent back new views of the asteroid’s surface, including the first video ever from an asteroid’s surface.MINERVA-II2 (AKA Rover 1B) captured 15 frames over 74 minutes on September 23rd of the sun “traveling” across the “sky.” When played bac
a small treat is placed into a throttle lever, which is pulled by the feline to retrieve a snack. The post this designer built an electric skateboard for his cat appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
zhanghua studio generated the building through a gradated negotiation between the angular rear face and the curving front face. The post this sculptural hall in china mimics topography and movement appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
when it is not filled with water, the space can be used as a shaded breakout space for employees. The post this factory in india has a sunken void that allows monsoon waters to safely flood the site appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
This week on Dezeen, the death of Robert Venturi, the American architect credited for spearheading the postmodernist movement, led to reflection on the importance of his work. Read more


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