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In the late 1960s a psychologist named Albert Mehrabian co-authored two influential studies investigating how important the semantic meaning of words were in regards to how people communicate emotions. Mehrabian ultimately quantified his ideas into a specific ratio, occasionally referred to as the “7:38:55 rule.”Continue ReadingCategory: Health & Wellbeing, LifestyleTags: Coronavirus (COVID-1
from kyoto, the coffee company's hometown, to berlin, we take a look at a range of inviting interior projects. The post 8 cafés and coffee shops around the world designed by PUDDLE for % arabica appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
In its first year, the World Sports Photography Awards has given its top prize to professional photographer Richard Heathcote for an incredible shot of heavyweight fighters Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr. Praised by the judges for its powerful vision and technical difficulty, it is just one of several spectacular photographs celebrated in this impressive inaugural contest.Continue ReadingCategor
the project, titled 'A CITY OF NOWHERE', seeks to recover the role of architectural imagination. The post haoyu wang revisits utopian megastructures from the 1960s to build a virtual world appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The head of the World Press Photo Foundation has stepped down after five years in the role. Dutchman Lars Boering joined the foundation in 2015 but left without much explanation from either him or the WPP. In an official statement, Boering said ‘It was a tough decision to leave this beautiful organization, especially given the timing’ but doesn’t go on to give his reasons other than to say ‘it is
This vehicle standing here definitely appears like it could be the latest Land Rover Defender restomod from a shop like East Coast Defender or Kahn Design, but it is not. It's not a Defender at all. It's not even a Land Rover. This is the Ineos Grenadier, the real Land Rover Defender redux the world was waiting, hoping and yearning for when Land Rover instead dropped this $50K luxury overlander o
On June 11th, the World Press Photo Foundation made an important announcement. Lars Boering—Managing Director of the foundation for the past 5 years—is leaving the organization as they prepare to enter “a new phase for connecting the world to the stories that matter.”The announcement was made in typical PR fashion, with no details given as to why Boering is leaving, and lots of hopefu
Specialty coffee guru James Hoffmann recently embarked on a journey many photographers have already been on: developing photos using coffee. But if you think a former World Barista Champion settled for some Instant Nescafe as his main ingredient, think again. Hoffmann went all out.Hoffmann is what might be referred to as a “specialty coffee influencer.” An exceedingly rare title, Hoff
There's a lot to love right off the bat with the new Panasonic G100. For starters, it weighs LESS than a pound with the 12-32mm kit lens attached, even though it has a relatively large 4/3rds sensor housed inside. This light weight begs us to compare it to compact cameras and smartphones, and yet unlike those tools, this one has interchangeable lenses! No matter how cool, capable or portabl
developed by RIKEN and fujitsu, the japanese supercomputer is already searching for a treatment for COVID-19. The post japan’s fugaku is now the fastest supercomputer in the world 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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