[its actually a stealth skate park](http://www.wired.com/culture/design/magazine/16-12/pl_design)
I agree and I’d like to think that everyone that bought this would think the same way, but I honestly don’t, knowing how people treat other kinds of aquatic pets. Maybe I just have low expectations of people. I mostly have an issue with
>The United States was founded on religious grounds No, No, NO. Some of the original settlers came to the Americas to be able to practice their religion freely, but the country itself WAS NOT FOUNDED on religious grounds. The ONLY mention of religion whatsoever
It looks great for people who like being hit in the chest/face by doors. It’s hard to tell from the small gif, but some back-of-envelope stoned maths suggests that the middle part of the door probably sticks out by more than half a meter
The reason for increasing importance of marketing is that it’s hard to move into today’s markets because a lot of them are (close to) saturated. If they are and your product doesn’t distinguish itself enough to draw a customer away from an already established
For the few in here who haven’t heard of him: **Dieter Rams Ten Principles** Good Design Is Innovative Good Design Makes a Product Useful Good Design Is Aesthetic Good Design Makes A Product Understandable Good Design Is Unobtrusive Good Design Is Honest Good
There’s no such thing as a “Flat V12” as the terms “flat” and “v” are contradictory. It’s just a flat 12. Thanks for the interesting submission.
Made one, but is low budget: 1. Projector mount on ceiling near far wall from foot of bed 2. 4-poster bed frame (IKEA) 3. Hang white vinyl (translucent, no texture) window shade at foot of bed, from top crossrail of bed frame posts 4.
Is there any way I could order this as a gift? Link would be fabulous.
I fucking love Walnut. I’m an Industrial Designer myself, this is a real nice design, and fabrication job. I wonder what it would be like with the triangles tapered in, our out, but that would just be variation on this. Great work.
Most air mattresses are actually pretty good for your back because they balance you out great. Just make sure they’re fully inflated (and not overinflated) and that you fucking re-inflate it every half hour or you ass will touch that ice cold floor before
[Android app](https://market.android.com/details?id=com.biegertfunk.clocktwo) [iOS app](http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/time-in-words-qlocktwo/id317894604?mt=8) Both official from the designer of the physical clock.
[Guarding the Greatest Treasure in All the Land](http://static2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20121205165224/animebaths/images/a/a3/RobinHoodMenInTightsBubbleBath.jpg)
I do like it. I don’t use it the way it was intended all the time though. I had elbow surgery and it still bothers me to put my elbow on the desk when I’m working. So I got it to cushion that arm,
Don’t worry, I didn’t forget. However I’ve had a hard time finding an appropriate car photo. [This](http://img.favcars.com/packard/twelve/packard_twelve_1933_pictures_1.jpg) is about as close as I got. The problem is that the perspective needed isn’t very common so what you find is either a different car, a
Call the image with the three of them side by side image 1, and the closeup of their intersection image 2. Image 1 has pieces A, B, and C side by side. Image 2 has piece C going from top left to bottom right,
Recyclable is not the same as better for the environment. When recycling, they need to sort the waste, transport the waste and wash (for glass bottles that can be reused) or remelt (for plastics) the waste. Only a couple plastics can be remelted but
It took me a bit to realize it’s actually a double helix. One spiral with people going up and the other with people going down. Here [are](http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/5b/Vatican_Museums_Spiral_Staircase_2012.jpg) [a](http://www.flickr.com/photos/vintzileos/482275453/) [few](http://www.flickr.com/photos/davaodude/5515263496/in/photostream/) [more](http://www.flickr.com/photos/nathangibbs/202549889/) [images](http://www.flickr.com/photos/ogil/1383346804/) Apparently it was designed to be so wide and with such low slope
Ponte dei Trepponti http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ponte_dei_Trepponti The name literally means “The bridge of the three bridges”.
*in Cinema4D* Looks like a render to me. Even if it did actually exist, I agree with everyone else that it doesn’t look comfortable.
I’m 5′6″ and can’t sit on a mirra without it digging into the back of my legs, or sitting forward and not using the back at all; the so-called “flex front” option is not nearly enough. The only other Herman Miller chair I’ve used
It could be, or the type of wicks we’re using, or the type/quantity of lamp oil we’re using. But I swear no matter what we try the flames climb that high.
Is this in production ? The developer needs to get airlines involved. ‘Pre-approved as cabin stowable’ or some such. Parents get the buggy off immediately, airlines are relieved of potential for damage / quicker boarding / release one ramp agent for 2-3 minutes (some
THIS IS NOT A REAL MODEL. It is only a rendering. [Source](http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2013/03/good-vibrations-an-intricately-carved-cabinet-looks-like-a-digital-glitch/)