photojojo:

Try not to drool as you view Redditor Hallbuzz’s stunning personal collection of 32 cameras that span exactly 93 years of technology. 
A Camera Collection Spanning 93 Years of Technology

photojojo:

Try not to drool as you view Redditor Hallbuzz’s stunning personal collection of 32 cameras that span exactly 93 years of technology. 

A Camera Collection Spanning 93 Years of Technology

Humanoid robot Nimrod-OP plays soccer

(Source: designboom.com)

granulated:

wtf is this

granulated:

wtf is this

(Source: xperiane, via plaguedoctor)


Belkin We-Mo baby monitor

Belkin We-Mo baby monitor

industrialist:

Designed in the shape of a potato chip, the relaxing Shallow Swing garden chair features a circular base that has been twisted to create two pairs of high and low points that face each other.

Designer: Gisbert Baarmann

veritae:

Cool Leaf by Kazuo Kawasaki.

Cool Leaf is a minimal keyboard designed by Japan-based design Kazuo Kawasaki for Minebea. The keyboard is essentially a large screen with touch-sensitive input sensors. Characters appear on the mirrored panel for a sophisticated and futuristic aesthetic. The combined technology of input devices, lighting devices, and force sensors allowed the company to manufacture this cross-sectional device.

(via veritae-deactivated20121107)

American firms work-ac and zhubo recently won an invited competition to redesign a 1 kilometer section of ‘hua qiang bei road’ in Shenzhen.

(via apairofblueeyes)

inspirezme:

Chrome Ltd has designed bike shelf called FIXA. This multifunctional bike shelf is designed to provide clever bike and accessories storage with storage space inside and a flat surface on the top that you can use as a catch-all table for your keys, wallet, smartphone, etc.

[via: designmilk]

(via geargent)

likeafieldmouse:

Sue Austin - Creating the Spectacle (2012)

As part of the 2012 Cultural Olympiad, performance and installation artist Sue Austin created this series in which she—in her self-propelled underwater wheelchair—explored the magnificence of the underwater world, aiming to generate a widespread public debate about the nature and value of contemporary arts practice shaped by the experience of disability.

Artist’s statement: 

“My studio practice has, for sometime, centred around finding ways to understand and represent my embodied experience as a wheelchair user, opening up profound issues about methods of self-representation and the power of self-narration in challenging the nexus of power and control that created the ‘disabled’ as other.”

(Source: likeafieldmouse)

trapstyle:

Shinjuku at Dusk
By: WilliamBullimore