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Architect Jack Hudspith and product designer Ben Pawle have created a cycling glove with a smiley face on each side, to encourage road users to communicate with each other better. Read more
the project raises awareness of the change of mentality in sustainability, conservation, and elimination of ocean plastic by simultaneously being a plastic recycling plant. The post opposite office’s ocean museum and recycling plant draws attention to the plastic pollution issue appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Apple's iOS 12.1 software update will fix a bug causing the "beautygate" scandal impacting the iPhone XS and XS Max, according to The Verge. Critics have complained about overly smooth skin in selfies taken with the front-facing camera on the iPhone XS, believing it to be the result of a beauty filter akin to what Samsung uses on some of its phones.Earlier this month, Sebastiaan de With, develope
When you are outside capturing photos, you are often at the mercy of the weather. A boring sky can ruin an otherwise nice scene. However, sometimes if you look in a different direction, you might have a great sky. This happened recently to Blake Rudis of f64 Academy, so he wanted to show us how to capture a separate sky image and put it in your desired photograph using Adobe Photoshop. It may sou
This week's longform article & video highlights include neat analysis on Six Ages & King Of Dragon Pass, the battle for Manchester Cathedral in Resistance revisited, and lots more. ...
in the heart of soho, mattress start up casper has provided the answer to new york's constant sleep deprivation issues with the dreamery; a cafe that provides private suites outfitted with their mattress, pillows, sheets and pajamas for a powerful 45-minute nap. The post the answer to new york’s sleep deprivation issue: the dreamery by casper appeared first on designboom | architecture &
Crabs stuck in bottle caps and plastic six-pack rings feature on this Hawaiian shirt made from recycled plastic, by Spanish designer Adolfo Correa for Corona and Parley for the Oceans. Read more
titled 'may the winds not carry us out to sea', the installation is created by collaging reused sections of assorted single-use plastic trash bags. The post brydee rood creates a gigantic windsock sculpture to explore the issue of plastic pollution appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Autofocus issues with Tamron's new 28-75mm F2.8 for E-mount have been reported by some users, and the company has issued an official acknowledgement of the problems. While there's no fix just yet, Tamron says it is 'evaluating the cause of the error' and researching a solution. The company says it will issue a firmware update, which thanks to the open nature of Sony's E-Mount standard, users will
Is it April Fool’s day yet? Because GQ just won next year’s contest (if there were one). In jest of all the botched jobs on other magazine covers, they decided to release this cover for the Comedy Issue with the best/worst issues! How many can you spot?I swear I am now tempted to make one just for fun! Perhaps just as great is the statement they released with the cover: GQ would like to apologiz


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