Obsessively thinking about the acrylic jewelry by Corey Moranis.
Loving this compact wireless LED and ambient charging lamp from nolii.
A workshop ritual about converging product standards across a team.
The inspiring and quietly heroic story of Chiune Sugihara, who wrote 6,000 visas for Jews fleeing German-occupied Poland.
The gentle scrolling effects of this design.
Children of Men is available on Amazon Prime Video, give this another watch if it’s been a while.
Molotov cocktails thrown at church in Seattle last night.
The juxtoposition of the robotic vs. the natural in the works by Julian Faber.
Amazon files for patent to detect user illness and emotional state by analyzing voice data.
“We have become creatures that construct tools, artefacts and machines. We’ve always been augmented by our instruments, our technologies. Technology is what constructs our humanity; the trajectory of technology is what has propelled human developments. I’ve never seen the body as purely biological, so to consider technology as a kind of alien other that happens […]
I just wrapped up a small side project at work where I wanted to explore how to give an old phone new life. LPK is generous enough to provide phones to all of us, but I wondered what happened to the old ones when we go through the inevitable annual iPhone update. With a help from…
The energy summoned to build something like the Tidal Art X Hackathon was worth every cease and desist letter they received for unauthorized use of Jay Z’s logo. The event, a collaboration between Cincinnati’s ArtsWave organization and Cintrifuse, an entrepreneurial engine …
“If you want to do the job correctly, you have to have the right tools,” was a mantra of my grandfather, who was a jewelry designer and gemologist for close to 50 years of his life. I’ve always taken this to heart in my own design practice, as I 100% believe a g…