Clever archictects make use of their locations to turn small spaces and converted Bunkers Become Beautiful Unexpected Homes.
With just a small sample of DNA, you can come face-to-face with a computer-generated, 3D-printed mask of your visage and you can thank 30-year-old Heather Dewey-Hagborg, a PhD student in electronic arts, for this weird, but interesting breakthrough in printing.
With 3D printing becoming readily available to the masses and it becoming convenient to print multiple items with a quick turnaround, it was only a matter of time before the design world began to utilize it for stop animation shorts. And that’s exactly what creative design firm DBLG did.
Artist Eric Standley creates beautiful and stunningly detailed mandalas out of stacked, laser cut sheets of paper.
In a world ever focused on speed and convenience, the Manual Coffeemaker, or MCM, a pour-over coffee maker that lives on the countertop in a home or office, breaks the mold by turning the act of making coffee in a ritual.
Created by 37-year-old Manuel Linares, a Spanish physicist, engineer, professor and ice cream lover, the creamy concoction called Xamaleón — an homage to “chameleon” — transitions from blue to pink and then purple when it touches the tongue.
83-year-old, award-winning photographer Ken Heyman was recently reunited with a photo series he did over 50 years ago. The photos were found in a box in the office of his former agent, Woodfin Camp. Inside the box were photos that Heyman took of mothers and their children all over the world.