"Most of my artwork addresses the environment in some way," says Hinrichsen.
A beautiful coffeemaker that scraps all the metal, replacing it with porcelain and wood.
All the phrases that make you cringe.
It’s pretty wild stuff. Too wild, maybe. Still it gets you thinking: Architecture isn’t static any more.
They were kinda messy!
The cube would be constructed entirely out of 100% recycled flexible glass-based polymer, so you’d be able to see through walls, floors, ceilings--the whole thing.
Who says LCD screens need to be flat?
How did Sony, with its lauded hardware, get clobbered by Amazon in the e-reader war? The answer is an object lesson in the importance of creating an ecosystem to support your product.
From Nicholas Felton, the design mind behind Facebook’s Timeline, another astonishing set of infographics about his daily life.
In a fantastical alternate timeline, the original Macintosh was followed up with the iPhone. And this was its interface.