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Abstract: The Art of Design (Netflix)

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Netflix power!

Another great TV Serie, with great quality!! This is ART, this is Design!

Recommended!

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17 de Maio de 2017 at 22:34

Summer is soon by Ruslan Suleimanov

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“The Summer is soon” is a beautiful set of black and white illustrations by graphic designer and art director Ruslan Suleimanov from Kazakhstan. Check more of his artwork at Behance.

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The D-CAN concept

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Listen to designer Jean-michel Bonnemoy and he’ll have you believe traditional camera form factors were dictated by the need to hold a roll of film in the back. Now that we’re all digital, why are still maintaining that archaism? He maintains the new form factor should be a cylinder – ergonomically better for the hand. The D-CAN concept significantly reduces volume while still providing all the finite controls professional photographers are used to. Hit the jump for the “specs”.

  • Large range zoom stabilized USM lens.
  • A ring authorizes the focus correction. The focal is lockable.
  • Extension cursor for macrophotography
  • The lens cap, impossible to lose, includes an electronic flash and the AF-assist illuminator
  • The accessory shoe can receive, besides an electronic flash, a directional microphone or a remote control receiver.
  • The cursor “function” allows to choose between fixed views or video, pictures reading, intervallometer and power off.
  • Cursor “mode” (program, speed or aperture priority, manual)
  • Double key ISO (100 to 6400 ISO).
  • Sockets for peripheral: microphone, audio headset, power supply.
  • The high-definition back screen is used for the aim, the control and the parameter setting by means of a trackball.
  • The system of aim offers two configurations:
  • – At the level of eye for a precise centring including right in the sun, with precise control of the focus. The magnifier with diopter adjustment gives an image enlarged of the screen.
  • – Directly on the directional back screen having raised the magnifier.
  • The back block of aim revolves to give access to the memory card, USB and HDMI connectors and energy compartment.
  • The lithium battery can be replaced in case of necessity by a set of AA size battery.
  • The release button pushed at the halfway mark locks the focus and the exposure.
  • Maintained pushed it allows continuous photo mode.
  • The function of thumb wheels differs according to the mode:
  • – Thumb wheel 1: exposure correction(P, Tv, Av) or choice of the aperture (M).
  • – Thumb wheel 2: program shift (P), choice of the shutter speed (Tv, M), of the aperture (Av).

Designer: Jean-michel Bonnemoy

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14 de Outubro de 2014 at 19:14

Bus:Stop project

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Sou Fujimoto, Smiljan Radic and Wang Shu are among seven international architects invited to design bus stops for a tiny Austrian village in exchange for a holiday there.

The village of Krumbach in the the Bregenzerwald district has a population of around 1,000 people spread over a cultivated landscape. Its recently formed cultural association instigated the Bus:Stop project to boost the number of tourists who already visit the surrounding Bregenzerwald area for its scenery, hospitality and architecture.

Hoping to promote an international exchange of ideas, the association engaged seven architects – Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto, Wang Shu’s Amateur Architecture Studio from China, Norwegian studio RintalaEggertsson Architects, Ensamble Studio from Spain, Chilean architect Smiljan Radic, Architecten de Vylder Vinck Taillieu from Belgium and Russian architect Alexander Brodsky – to design bus stops around the village.

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Com mil habitantes, a vila de Krumbach, na Áustria, não é propriamente a meca do turismo mundial. No entanto, esta pequena comunidade conseguiu chamar a atenção dos media globais com um projecto que tem tanto de criativo como de simples.

Há alguns anos, a associação cultural da vila abordou sete arquitectos internacionais com um briefing pouco habitual: “desenhem uma paragem de autocarro e pagamos-vos umas férias gratuitas em Krumbach”.

Todos os arquitectos aceitaram a proposta e, no Verão de 2013, a construção começou. Os arquitectos internacionais – Sou Fujimoto (Japão), Wang Shu (China), Rintala Eggertsson (Noruega), Ensamble Studio (Espanha), Smiljan Radic (Chile), Architecten de Vylder Vinck Taillieu (Bélgica) e Alexander Brodsky (Rússia) – colaboraram com mais de 200 designers locais e as estruturas são hoje uma realidade.

 

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Dominic Wilcox

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“Passo os meus dias a criar coisas inovadoras e surpreendentes, que deem uma nova visão aos objetos do nosso dia-a-dia que parecem banais. Convenci-me de que tudo aquilo que nos rodeia pode levar-nos a gerar outras ideias”, afirma o criador.

Dominic Wilcox works between the worlds of art, design, craft and technology to create innovative and thought provoking objects.

Recent projects include the design of a pair of shoes with inbuilt GPS to guide the wearer home, a Binaudios device to listen to the sounds of a city, a race against a 3D Printer at the V&A and a stained glass driverless car of the future.

More: Dominic Wilcox

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5 de Setembro de 2014 at 16:59

Surreal World Illustrations by Gediminas Pranckevicius

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31 de Agosto de 2014 at 13:00

Iota – Folding Toilet

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Gareth Humphreys e Elliott Whiteley, dois designers britânicos, quiseram juntar o útil ao agradável e criaram aquela que é a sanita mais futurista apresentada até ao momento.

Mais pequena e com menos consumo de água, esta nova retrete pretende reduzir a fatura mensal de água das famílias mundiais, uma vez que, em média, cada descarga de uma sanita tradicional gasta cerca de sete litros, lê-se no site do The Huffington Post.

A sanita pensada por estes dois criadores apresenta um formato de concha e o vaso sanitário utiliza uma bacia móvel que se levanta após cada uso, apresentado um gasto médio de 2,5 litros de água por descarga.

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19 de Março de 2014 at 14:00