[here’s](http://www.instructables.com/id/POPculture/) a link to the instructable he made. After viewing it I’ve changed my opinion on the whole project. While still being visually appealing this project lacks a lot of substance and explanation that would solidify it as one of two things; an art
Um…I’m sorry, it’s the…it’s the pleats. Mm. It’s actually an optical illusion. It’s the pattern on the pants. It’s not flattering in the crotchal region. I’m actually taking them back right now. Taking them back to the pants store. Well I’m gonna go walk
This is beautiful. People here hating that it’s “non functionable” because it can’t move. Sometimes design is just so good, you don’t need it to move after a few years because it just works.
Reminds me of a [far more famous but less fortunate lake freighter.](http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/66/Edmund_Fitzgerald%2C_1971%2C_3_of_4.JPG) (and far less elegant)
Oktoberfast – my favorite festival about not eating anything.
But… but… it’s *Russian*! And *old*! And *green*! It’s like a Wes Anderson toy keyboard or something! Tscch. If you need it explaining, then you don’t get good design. You’re obviously not *cool* enough.
I think it’s Solna station, not sure though. The metro runs under ground and most stations that are under ground are fully or partly shotcreted (sp?), especially on the blue line. More on the Stockholm metro here: http://sl.se/en/Visitor/Art-guide/
I had the chance to tour this winery recently and tried several of their Malbecs. I believe this is their highest end product. I didn’t get to try this one in particular, but based off the fact that the lower and medium tier wines
Mosque’s gave very beautiful geometric shapes and art because Islam prevents worshiping idols so a lot if the art is mathematical in nature because it doesn’t represent people of animals
No, I really think the people who think this is bad design are uneducated shit designers. This thing is such an amazing and wonderful way to visualize vector and temporal points. E.J Marley is a damn genius for inventing this. No other graphical method
Spoken to Simon a few times, he’s an awesome guy. Nice bookcase too.
It’s starting to be summertime here in Florida. As nice as it looks, the mosquitoes would be murder. I hope there aren’t bugs in Portugal.
Aesthetics aside, look at how thick and far off the floor it is. Rugs account for a huge portion of home injuries. Especially to the elderly, who often never truly recover from such an accident. This rug is just a disaster.
I never understand those bottles. Oil is senstive to light. If you keep it in transparent bottles, it will get stall in taste. Please keep your oil in non-translucent-oil-bottles. You can find plenty of oil cans on amazon. Look for those made out of
> Bathroom faucets have evolved from the lowly status of being tools to wash our hands to status symbols. Taking the design evolution a step in the direction of engineering, the Swirl Faucet focuses its attention on the flow of the water. It features
Oh they’re still great. The prose is excellent, and the Roman narrative is told like compelling fiction through the first three books. He turns some pretty dry Roman writers into a well-crafted story. As for the last three books though, they are a little
The whole building contains offices and homes. On the ground floor there’s a market, with fresh food, drinks and all kinds of stuff. If you go underground you’ll find normal shops like electronics shops or clothing shops etc. Here’s how it looks on the
It’s a more or less attractive design, but I don’t see what makes this design “refreshingly minimalistic”. It certainly doesn’t seem to have any less features than any other current car auto design and I would argue that the overly large grill, the fancy
In 2010, Cooper-Hewitt held its fourth installment of the National Design Triennial series, featuring global design innovations that addressed environmental and social challenges. ProSolve 370e was among the projects displayed in the exhibition, selected because it represents a practical and elegant design solution for
I really like it too. My favorite low poly artist is JR Schmidt. He does some really intricate landscapes with really cool and whimsical elements in them wherever you look. Here is his [behance](https://www.behance.net/gallery/5064977/Polygonal-Posters) site linked to what I’m talking about if you want
Uh… Italdesign IS Giugiaro’s company. Also, he probably didn’t design this car. Most design firms that have a person’s name usually have a staff of designers doing the actual work, and the guy in charge is usually just orchestrating everything and providing guidance/feedback to
Soon this will appear upon the bathroom door of restaurants and stores, can you imagine it? A world with bathrooms for both women AND birds alike. Wave of the future Dude.
Understandable. The [Ferrari 458 Speciale](http://chivz.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/pic41231724-2014-ferrari-458-speciale.jpg) might be a little closer to what you’d like. But these cars are the extreme variants of extreme models of extreme Italian sports car brands. So, the interiors tend to be…extreme. And “loud”…like their engines and exhaust systems. You’d
You’d either have to make it really really long to get it to the height that allows sailboats with masts over 6 feet or make it a lifting bridge so that the water traffic could get from one side to the other, which shuts