Apparently there is nothing Apple can do to get us mad at them. They’re dodgin’ taxes, they got suicide prevention nets outside their hell factories. We could find out they’re using kitten hearts to power iPhones and we’d be like ‘Well, if it doubles battery life, I’ll take two.
Jon Stewart

Neil DeGrasse Tyson: Your Ego and the Cosmic Perspective

Industrial designers Ronan + Erwan Bouroullec are currently celebrating 15 years of creation with a retrospective exhibition/installation at the Parisian Les Arts Decoratifs museum. Titled ‘Momentané’, the exhibition highlights their textile and texture experiments spread across 1000 square-metres. We’d definitely check this out if we were in Paris.


The only living room furniture set for a true architect! Includes two seats and side table.

Ico and Luisa Parisi. Polyhedron shaped bar in mahogany, laminate, lacquered wood, brass, and steel, 1955.

It’s not failure, but low aim is crime.

Ran Hwang: Secret Obsession (2013)

Crystal and pins on illuminated Plexiglas panel

Nestrest for Dedon

french designers daniel pouzet and fred frety have created ‘nestrest’ an outdoor pod for contemporary brand, dedon. the teardrop-shaped object, which sits on the ground or hangs from a tree provides users with a secluded sanctuary that enwraps the body and shelters those within it. when suspended in the air, the organic module gently sways, moving with the body or the wind. made from thick woven fibers, the pod - both contemporary and exotic in its aesthetic - becomes camouflaged with its surrounding natural environment.

Space Agency Drives E-Vehicle Development

An ESA business incubation start-up company is helping major car manufacturers to develop electric vehicle concepts and improve safety systems by turning ideas quickly into virtual prototypes.

“Foreseeing products by modeling and simulations can provide big jump-starts for companies,” explains Johannes Gerl, founder and CEO of German start-up company Modelon GmbH. “They reduce their development efforts by saving on the number of prototypes. In addition, they often reduce the time to market.”

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Someone is paying for your cheap T-shirt : Discounted by Adam Zyglis

Someone is paying for your cheap T-shirt : Discounted by Adam Zyglis