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Sustainable Turntable by Matthew Lim

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Sustainable Turntable by Matthew Lim

Matthew Lim, a recent Industrial Design graduate from Art Center of Design, conceptualized this Sustainable Turntable, in hopes of pitching it to Sennheiser. [...]

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September 30, 2011

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Michael

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Robert Altman’s Quintet

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Robert Altman’s Quintet

Like most of my favorite films, Quintet bombed at the box office. Its thoroughly depressing landscape and subject matter, not to mention its experimental look and slow pace were perhaps not what viewers were expecting.

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June 1, 2011

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Entertainment, Film, Inspiration

Mabona Origami

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Mabona Origami

Cue Sipho Mabona, of Mabona Origami... his works and inspiring achievements have awarded him international recognition, and when you see his models, you can see why [...]

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May 16, 2011

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Michael

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Animation, Artists, Inspiration

Applied Minimalism: Dieter Rams

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Applied Minimalism: Dieter Rams

Born in 1932, Dieter Rams is a German industrial designer mostly known for his work at Braun (1955-1995), and considered one of the 20th century's most influential industrial designers.

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May 6, 2011

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Aälejandro Díazs

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The nUCLEUS Motorcycle By: NONOBJECT

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The nUCLEUS Motorcycle By: NONOBJECT

Although it seems to have garnered quite the amount of criticism from the biker community, it's hard to imagine why anyone wouldn't give the nUCLEUS motorbike concept from NONOBJECT a sporting chance.

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May 2, 2011

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Michael

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The Illustrative Works of Sam Vanallemeersch

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The Illustrative Works of Sam Vanallemeersch

I was just recently turned onto the illustrative works of Sam Vanallemeersch. Right off the bat I noticed a wonderful blend of surrealism, art deco, with hints of art nouveau, all with a modern twist [...]

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April 25, 2011

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Michael

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Art, Illustrations, Inspiration

Docomo: Touch Wood (Wood Xylophone)

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Docomo: Touch Wood (Wood Xylophone)

A beautiful, promotional piece for the Docomo Touch Wood SH-086 phone, titled 森の木琴 (Wood Xylophone). It's hard to believe this is a product commercial to sell a phone [...]

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April 21, 2011

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Michael

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Die Angst als Grundbefindlichkeit des Daseins

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Die Angst als Grundbefindlichkeit des Daseins

Die Angst als Grundbefindlichkeit des Daseins (which loosely translates to The Mental State of Fear As the Reason of Existence), is nothing short of a mental and visual rediscovery and reevaluation (or in short, a visual mind-fuck) [...]

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April 18, 2011

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Michael

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Eness: Interactive Media

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Eness: Interactive Media

Eness is a Melbourne, Australian-based interactive media group, that seems to specialize in projection mapping, interactive experiences, and overall badass visual displays [...]

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April 11, 2011

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Michael

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Inspiration, Motion Graphics, Music

The Landscapes of Rosalie Gascoigne

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The Landscapes of Rosalie Gascoigne

Gascoigne's life and work is a testament to that familiar phrase, "It's never too late." Her first serious exhibition was at age fifty-seven, and she continued to make art up until her death at eighty-two. She was a mother of three, a wife to an astr [...]

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April 7, 2011

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Christy

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Art, Artists, Inspiration

Parallelogram: MLRV

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Parallelogram: MLRV

Based on what I've read and dabbled with, MLRV works really well with grid-based midi controllers, e.g. Monome, Akai's apc / mpd, novation's launchpad, and more [...]

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March 30, 2011

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Michael

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Inspiration, Music, software

The Photography of Noah Bernstein-Hanley

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The Photography of Noah Bernstein-Hanley

Our good friend, Noah Bernstein-Hanley, who's also the main copywriter for Nueva Forma, recently dropped off a roll of lomography film to us. He shot this particular roll with us during one of our late-night photo excursions at the PDX international [...]

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November 30, 2010

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Michael

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Film, Inspiration, Photography