by probablydemons July 23, 2014

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by probablydemons July 22, 2014

sosuperawesome:

Embroidered brooches by cOnieco

by probablydemons July 22, 2014
by poisonisley July 22, 2014

24 Green Design Ideas Inspired By Nature Lina, boredpanda.com
Living in an urban environment certainly has its many advantages, but most of us city folk still pine for the great outdoors. And if weekend or vacation outings just aren’t enough, there are plenty of designers out there who have created ingenious…

24 Green Design Ideas Inspired By Nature
Lina, boredpanda.com

Living in an urban environment certainly has its many advantages, but most of us city folk still pine for the great outdoors. And if weekend or vacation outings just aren’t enough, there are plenty of designers out there who have created ingenious…

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by probablydemons July 21, 2014
by probablydemons July 21, 2014

We took an office field trip to Artscape this past Friday!

by probablydemons July 21, 2014
Veronica has a case of the Mondays.

Veronica has a case of the Mondays.

by probablydemons July 21, 2014
moma:

There’s always something happening at MoMA. Don’t miss a thing. 
[Illustration by Robert Hanson.]

moma:

There’s always something happening at MoMA. Don’t miss a thing

[Illustration by Robert Hanson.]

by probablydemons July 20, 2014
by probablydemons July 20, 2014
fastcodesign:

What makes one consumer design cool and not another?
Take a look at the two water bottles above. The one on the left is pretty much your standard water bottle design: tall, clear, probably crinkly. The one on the right feels a bit less conventional, with its sleek aluminum shell shaped like an Erlenmeyer flask. In a survey of which is cooler, the bottle on the right would win right away, though both bottles serve the very same function.
So what is it, exactly, that makes one design cooler than another? The difference is surprisingly tough to articulate.
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fastcodesign:

What makes one consumer design cool and not another?

Take a look at the two water bottles above. The one on the left is pretty much your standard water bottle design: tall, clear, probably crinkly. The one on the right feels a bit less conventional, with its sleek aluminum shell shaped like an Erlenmeyer flask. In a survey of which is cooler, the bottle on the right would win right away, though both bottles serve the very same function.

So what is it, exactly, that makes one design cooler than another? The difference is surprisingly tough to articulate.

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