A little round-up today of my very favorite ever DIY's on the web. From adorable cake pedestals to making your own patterned textiles. Here are my top ten!
An interesting proposal: Reuse the hot air from computer exhaust to control the temperature of the soil in your plantar box.
Has anyone tried…
Added by Brian Mossop on May 23, 2012 at 9:20am — No Comments
In case you haven't noticed yet, I am in love with photography and today thanks to Croig Gagnon and Frank Schott I bring you the results of an amazing project. A look into the human body as you have never seen before together with a story, a curious one to say the least... …Continue
These are some of the images that won the Wellcome Image Awards last year. They are really spectacular. Go take a look at the rest at their website!Continue
The letterforms of S.H. de Roos
Sjoerd Hendrik de Roos was a socialist, lithographer and type designer who desired to make "letterforms for society". He lived from 1877 to 1962, starting his professional career as a lithographer, and then developed an interest in the Arts and Crafts movement. He studied at the Kunstambachten (The school of Drawing), and later went to work for the type foundry Amsterdam.
One of the most amazing things of working in science and that my job has to do with imaging and big fancy microscopes is the unbelievable beauty that -sometimes- can be found underneath our data. Precisely for that reason, there are plenty of scientific photo…Continue
Added by Rosa Garcia-Verdugo on May 13, 2012 at 3:00am — No Comments
I developed ODOC because I got tired of all those crappy docks out there that are an ugly place to park your iPhone, but do little else. My passion is to create beautiful everyday objects that always feel good and make you happy when you use them. The iPhone is such a product, and with ODOC, I endeavored to make a true 21st century phone. Right now I consult for Silicon Valley tech companies, spend time with my beautiful family and draw inspiration from them and the local parks where I…Continue
Creative protocol 1.0
Code name: NEURON.E.R.D
1)Take a lightbulb holder from an old Ikea lamp -previously broken- accidentally or not.
2)Get cloth, a needle, and some thread -no need to use a sterile one- to make a base to support the lightbulb holder. To provide some weight, fill it up with pebbles or sand -if you're lucky…Continue
Added by Stephen Boss on May 8, 2012 at 6:27am — No Comments