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Andrew Sawyer's blog of fun things that inspire me.
Graduate of Rhode Island School of Design for Graphic Design. Now resident of San Francisco, CA.
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carlyayres:

My latest completed project: plastic Wonder Bread.
carlyayres:

My latest completed project: plastic Wonder Bread.
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sciencenote:

Skinny Circuits
Rubbed on like a temporary tattoo these ultra-thin electronics bend and stretch with the skin. Their development paves the way for sensors that monitor heart and brain activity to take the place of bulky equipment and taped-on electrodes. Electronic components shrunk to the size of tiny bumps on the skin are connected with serpentine wires that meander like rivers, straightening rather than snapping when stretched. The whole thing is mounted on a rubbery sheet that mimics the elastic properties of skin. Known as epidermal electronics, the technology can even control computer games from voice commands. Worn on the gamer’s throat, the patches detect the electrical charges associated with the muscle movements of speech. The potential applications of linking electronics and biology in this way seem boundless.
Written by Mick Warwicker
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magnolius:

Inside Out By Luke Evans & Joshua Lake
By swallowing pieces of 35mm film both these young photographers from Kingston University were able to turn themselves in to human cameras. Once the film segments had wandered through their entire digestive system they were thoroughly washed and developed. The scratches and marks made to the emulsion were left by the students internal organs and with the assistance of a scanning electron microscope they were able to produce a series of stunning black and white prints. 
magnolius:

Inside Out By Luke Evans & Joshua Lake
By swallowing pieces of 35mm film both these young photographers from Kingston University were able to turn themselves in to human cameras. Once the film segments had wandered through their entire digestive system they were thoroughly washed and developed. The scratches and marks made to the emulsion were left by the students internal organs and with the assistance of a scanning electron microscope they were able to produce a series of stunning black and white prints. 
magnolius:

Inside Out By Luke Evans & Joshua Lake
By swallowing pieces of 35mm film both these young photographers from Kingston University were able to turn themselves in to human cameras. Once the film segments had wandered through their entire digestive system they were thoroughly washed and developed. The scratches and marks made to the emulsion were left by the students internal organs and with the assistance of a scanning electron microscope they were able to produce a series of stunning black and white prints. 
magnolius:

Inside Out By Luke Evans & Joshua Lake
By swallowing pieces of 35mm film both these young photographers from Kingston University were able to turn themselves in to human cameras. Once the film segments had wandered through their entire digestive system they were thoroughly washed and developed. The scratches and marks made to the emulsion were left by the students internal organs and with the assistance of a scanning electron microscope they were able to produce a series of stunning black and white prints. 
magnolius:

Inside Out By Luke Evans & Joshua Lake
By swallowing pieces of 35mm film both these young photographers from Kingston University were able to turn themselves in to human cameras. Once the film segments had wandered through their entire digestive system they were thoroughly washed and developed. The scratches and marks made to the emulsion were left by the students internal organs and with the assistance of a scanning electron microscope they were able to produce a series of stunning black and white prints. 
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thingsorganizedneatly:

Daxophone Tongues 
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processingmatter:

invaderxan:

Fractal Geometry: The Tricorn (Mandelbar Set) Fractal (zn := conj(zn-1)2 + c) Where z ∈ C and c ∈ C. The conj function turns the complex number ‘a + bi’ into ‘a - bi’ (its conjugate). Pretty trippy coloring result.  How to Generate
(via buddhabrot, therealnihil)
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Digital ‘map’ of the Titanic to be released for 100-year anniversary
Researchers have pieced together the first comprehensive map of the Titanic’s debris field, saying they plan to release the new images next month to mark the 100-year anniversary of the ship’s sinking.
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Stark Skincare
package design
Poly was enlisted to evolve theStark Skincare brand into labels for their inaugural skincare line. Stark wanted packaging that distinguished itself, which meant boldly displaying ingredients and production details as well as being visually striking. This series was an absolute blast to work on – a great opportunity to create an interesting play between our linework, vivid colours and a quasi-scientific ‘elemental’ layout.
Stark Skincare was created in 2011, as a reaction to greenwashed and conventional skincare products. Stark uses 100% all-natural ingredients to create products made specifically for city life.
Photography by Danijela Pruginic
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Industrial designer and tinkerer Markus Kayser spent the better part of a year building and experimenting with two fantastic devices that harness the sun’s power in some of the world’s harshest climates. The first he calls a Sun Cutter, a low-tech light cutter Next, Kayser began to examine the process of 3D printing. Merging two of the deserts most abundant resources, nearly unlimited quantities of sand and sun, he created the Solar Sinter, a device that melts sand to create 3D objects out of glass.
his website to explore more photos and info.

http://vimeo.com/25401444
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simplypi:

Klein bottle
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super cool. im into it.
foolproofstuff:

ianbrooks:

The Air Camera by Yeon Su Kim
A unique design concept which eliminates all that superfluous crap in your camera like… well, most of the camera. Stripping the idea down to two modules you wear on your fingers, one a Bluetooth-enabled camera lens (which sends your “pictures” directly to your smartphone) and the other a motion-sensitive shutter button for “clicking”. Simply curving your fingers would enable the video mode. Smile for the fingers!
(via: Yanko Design)

What? O_O
super cool. im into it.
foolproofstuff:

ianbrooks:

The Air Camera by Yeon Su Kim
A unique design concept which eliminates all that superfluous crap in your camera like… well, most of the camera. Stripping the idea down to two modules you wear on your fingers, one a Bluetooth-enabled camera lens (which sends your “pictures” directly to your smartphone) and the other a motion-sensitive shutter button for “clicking”. Simply curving your fingers would enable the video mode. Smile for the fingers!
(via: Yanko Design)

What? O_O
super cool. im into it.
foolproofstuff:

ianbrooks:

The Air Camera by Yeon Su Kim
A unique design concept which eliminates all that superfluous crap in your camera like… well, most of the camera. Stripping the idea down to two modules you wear on your fingers, one a Bluetooth-enabled camera lens (which sends your “pictures” directly to your smartphone) and the other a motion-sensitive shutter button for “clicking”. Simply curving your fingers would enable the video mode. Smile for the fingers!
(via: Yanko Design)

What? O_O
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theposterdistillery:

Artist on Radar: Lars P. Krause
Location: Dresden, Germany
Affiliation: Douze Studio Design  http://www.douze.de 
Buy his posters here: http://tinyurl.com/3tul974
theposterdistillery:

Artist on Radar: Lars P. Krause
Location: Dresden, Germany
Affiliation: Douze Studio Design  http://www.douze.de 
Buy his posters here: http://tinyurl.com/3tul974
theposterdistillery:

Artist on Radar: Lars P. Krause
Location: Dresden, Germany
Affiliation: Douze Studio Design  http://www.douze.de 
Buy his posters here: http://tinyurl.com/3tul974
theposterdistillery:

Artist on Radar: Lars P. Krause
Location: Dresden, Germany
Affiliation: Douze Studio Design  http://www.douze.de 
Buy his posters here: http://tinyurl.com/3tul974
theposterdistillery:

Artist on Radar: Lars P. Krause
Location: Dresden, Germany
Affiliation: Douze Studio Design  http://www.douze.de 
Buy his posters here: http://tinyurl.com/3tul974
theposterdistillery:

Artist on Radar: Lars P. Krause
Location: Dresden, Germany
Affiliation: Douze Studio Design  http://www.douze.de 
Buy his posters here: http://tinyurl.com/3tul974
theposterdistillery:

Artist on Radar: Lars P. Krause
Location: Dresden, Germany
Affiliation: Douze Studio Design  http://www.douze.de 
Buy his posters here: http://tinyurl.com/3tul974
theposterdistillery:

Artist on Radar: Lars P. Krause
Location: Dresden, Germany
Affiliation: Douze Studio Design  http://www.douze.de 
Buy his posters here: http://tinyurl.com/3tul974
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Monthly Measure is a brilliant new desktop calendar by Sebastian Bergne (previously here and here) made from a metal gear etched with days of the week that rolls along a slotted piece of wood imprinted with numbers of the month. If that’s not enough awesome for you, the numbers are placed a centimeter apart so it also functions as a metric ruler. The calendar is being released this weekend at Maison&Objet and will hopefully be available in his shop soon.
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buyalex:

karenabad:

Basically, you attach the receiver to the paper, sketchbook, whatever, then draw. You can create new layers at the press of a button. When you’re ready, you connect the receiver to a computer via USB and upload the files to Wacom’s Sketch Manager software, which transcodes them to whichever file format you need. The system is pressure sensitive, with 1024 levels of sensitivity—as good as Wacom’s last-generation pro input tablets

So awesome.
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therhumboogie:

By Ulric Collette, these have been a photographic study of genetics and what genetic similarities there are between members of the same family, these are some of the most fascinating and freaky photos I’ve seen. Some of them are gorgeous pictures and look like the exact same person on both sides, but others couldn’t be more different. (Click on each picture to enlarge)
therhumboogie:

By Ulric Collette, these have been a photographic study of genetics and what genetic similarities there are between members of the same family, these are some of the most fascinating and freaky photos I’ve seen. Some of them are gorgeous pictures and look like the exact same person on both sides, but others couldn’t be more different. (Click on each picture to enlarge)
therhumboogie:

By Ulric Collette, these have been a photographic study of genetics and what genetic similarities there are between members of the same family, these are some of the most fascinating and freaky photos I’ve seen. Some of them are gorgeous pictures and look like the exact same person on both sides, but others couldn’t be more different. (Click on each picture to enlarge)
therhumboogie:

By Ulric Collette, these have been a photographic study of genetics and what genetic similarities there are between members of the same family, these are some of the most fascinating and freaky photos I’ve seen. Some of them are gorgeous pictures and look like the exact same person on both sides, but others couldn’t be more different. (Click on each picture to enlarge)