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3D-Printed Shoes For The Masses Are HereThis Is The Keurig Of Vaping, And I Love ItThis Stunning House Accommodates Boomers, Gen-Z, And Everyone In BetweenThe Sausage Gets A Radical RedesignTry This Simple VR Prototyping Tool, FreeThe Self-Care Craze Comes To DesignHow To Plan For The End Of A TownFlying Is About To Change Completely–Because Of CarsFacebook Has Some Tips To Help You Spot The Fake News It Serves YouWhat The Fortune Cookie Tells Us About Diversity And Innovation In Trump’s AmericaThere’s A Mile Of Neon In This Light Painting Brought To LifeHong Kong’s Dense Cityscape Inspired These Dizzying ChairsSuper-Minimal Furniture Designed To Make Moving Suck LessHow Google And Adobe Solved A Decades-Old Typographic ConundrumThis Company Will Design Your House For Less Than The Price Of Your PhoneWhat Designers Can Learn From The Debate Over Escalator EtiquetteThese Designers Created A New Way To Print: By Blowing BubblesAmazing Optical Illusion Makes This Wallpaper Look 3DLife In Le Corbusier’s Utopian City, Photographed By A ResidentTransform Fruits And Veggies Into Bona Fide Musical InstrumentsAdults Are Terrible At Making Friends. This Startup Wants To HelpThese Lovely Throw Blankets Prove Fine Art Isn’t Just For WallsThis Empathetic Carnival Ride Slows Down If You Get Too ScaredWhat Happens When You Let Students Design Hotel FurnitureThis Beautiful, Bizarre Installation Recreates The Smell Of SpringWhat Does A Quantum Explosion Look Like?How To Reimagine Scientific ThinkingBrexit Is Official. Here’s What That Means For DesignersWhat Makes The Rainbow Flag GreatStop Killing Your Plants With This Ingenious Grow LightHow Uber Uses Dark Patterns To Game Its DriversEscape From The Horror Of 2017 By Becoming A TreeWitness The Crazy Miracle Of 2-Day ShippingIkea’s Newest Designers Are College KidsInside The $90 Million Initiative To Reverse Urban InequalityThe Fraught History Of African Textiles