We featured Russell Braithwaite, CEO and founder of BEOE a few weeks back! He talked about what he went through when he decided to go through with BEOE. Heres more on Russell and BEOE! Please tell us a bit about yourself and your background. 24 year old Brooklyn, New York native. I have always been up  read more »
SensaBubble project aims for multi-sensory gaming and learning displays. Continue reading → read more »
A couple of weeks ago, I spent a very interesting time talking with Markos and Esther, two creative expats originally from Chile and Spain, sharing their experience and creativity in Berlin. Some mails and questions later, they are my newest heroes of Made in Berlin, a project featuring awesome expat Berliners.
Markos spent his life in the design world and has experience with different work teams, especially in the domain of product and graphic design. Esther has a technical background, but she moved f... read more »
Elevators for the CTF Guangzhou skyscraper under construction in China will transport passengers at a record-breaking 45 miles per hour. Continue reading → read more »
Peretz Rosenbaum, noto come Paul Rand (New York, 16 agosto 1914 – Norwalk, 26 novembre 1996), è stato un designer statunitense. È noto soprattutto per aver curato il redesign del logotipo della IBM (1962) e per aver progettato il marchio della Westinghouse (1962). Conosce il mondo del design in giovane età disegnando insegne per la  read more »
Michael Cheval è uno dei più famosi artisti contemporanei di tutto il mondo che lavorano in direzione del pittoresco assurdità metaforico. Nelle parole di Michael, è il lato assurdo della realtà a testa in giù, il rovescio della logica Lui non è nato dal sogno surrealista, e non il risultato del subconscio Assurdo -.. Fantasia,  read more »
Sunny, Cold Brant Rock April - Stage OneIt looked like April with a high midday sun,and a greenish turquoise ocean color. It just didn't feel like April. I set up overlooking the Brant Rock in Marshfield, Massachusetts. The wind was whipping from the North, so Iset up with the car to my left,which helped block the worst of it. Thestrong Aprilsun was on my back and gradually the cold was less noticeable. The water was a beautiful combination of colors. Ultramarine blue at the horizon lightening to a turqu... read more »
With the trend of users browsing the world wide web with mobile devices growing rapidly month by month, it is time to inspect the facts and learn what responsive web design is all about and where your website should currently stand in this dynamic world of web design. Below we have found a great infographic showing  read more »
Pictures exist in form of photographs, paintings and sculptors, to have great photographs or paintings a photographer or a painter must have some basic skills in photography and painting. This has been exhibited by the self-taught professional like Jacob Lawrence whom in his painting was able to portray history with vivid, stylized realism. A great photographer is one who understand the importance of the subject to be photograph, with clear knowledge of your subject you’re able strike the balance on the ... read more »
Hi!This tag is your 'top four items that make you feel at home'. Pretty self explanatory. This would have been the 'top five items that make you feel at home' tag had I of had a full fridge but alas I do not.
1. 'The living room blanket' keeps me warm, looks pretty and provides shelter when Game of Thrones becomes to much to handle. What it doesn't do is make my bf happy. He believes blankets belong in the bedroom and I don't. Clearly I won that debate.
2. The rug again in the living room. Our home i... read more »