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A weapon as legendary as the dagger of King Tutankhamun needs an epic backstory, and last year X-ray analysis showed that the iron in the ancient blade had come from meteorites. Now, a French study has found that the artifact was far from alone as all iron tools dating back to the Bronze Age have otherworldly origins...Continue Reading Iron tools from the Bronze Age found to have otherworldly
Dezeen promotion: ageing Italian dwellings provided the inspiration for this ceramic slab range, designed by Studio Zanellato/Bortotto to make walls appear old and worn. Read more
the crystals act as structural elements to form the pattern drawn from the traditional romanian rug. The post foræva + swarovski imagine couture of the space age with high-tech crystal dress appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
At GDC 2015 BioWare's Leah Shinkewski shows how the company aggregated players' data from multiple Dragon Age games across multiple platforms and present it via the Dragon Age Keep. ...
15 years ago today, Ensemble Studios released acclaimed RTS Age of Mythology. In this postmortem from Game Developer magazine, they discuss what went right (and wrong) during the making of the game. ...
Photo by HaxorjoeThe New York Times and its photography director Michele McNally have been hit with a lawsuit by former Times' photographer Robert Stolarik. The lawsuit claims that Stolarik, age 48, was discriminated against due to his age, and was also misclassified as a 'full-time freelancer' for nearly a decade. According to the complaint—which was filed on July 6th in New York and covered at
Dragon Age frontman Mike Laidlaw took to Twitter today to announce that he's leaving BioWare after 14 years working on everything from Jade Empire to Mass Effect. ...
Sixty years ago this month, the Space Age was born in an event that threatened to alter the balance of power. It's a story about a beachball-sized metal sphere that stunned the world, was the biggest news since an anonymous fish thought it would be a good idea to set foot on land, and pivots on the rivalry of two superpowers and of two men – one of whom was unaware of the other's existence.
Sputnik 1 launched on October 4, 1957. Besides cold war speculation, this was one of the greatest events in space race that sparkled competition, scientific/technical achievements and – eventually, led to 1969 Moon Landing. The satellite was 58 cm (about … Continue reading →
at a time when technology advancements are changing the meaning of originality, experts within the field of design try to redefine what makes an authentic.The post defining authentic design within today’s digitally-driven age appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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