Damien Florebert Cuypers, Sketching New York Fashion Week

During the New York Fashion Week a few weeks ago, Damien Florebert Cuypers beautifully captured the styles of Spring 2017 and fashionable onlookers.

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Damien Florebert Cuypers, Sketching New York Fashion Week

During the New York Fashion Week a few weeks ago, Damien Florebert Cuypers beautifully captured the styles of Spring 2017 and fashionable onlookers.

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Michael Rock, The Accidental Power of Design

Often, what we have conjured assumes the sheen of inevitability, as if its results were inalienable facts in the world rather than the product of someone’s ideas and actions. In other words, design solidifies, and naturalizes, things that start off

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Michael Rock, The Accidental Power of Design

Often, what we have conjured assumes the sheen of inevitability, as if its results were inalienable facts in the world rather than the product of someone’s ideas and actions. In other words, design solidifies, and naturalizes, things that start off

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Julianne Swartz, Loop

Julianne Swartz creates beautiful and provocative sound installations. Loop is a tapestry woven from wire and speakers, playing a collage of non-speech audio.

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Julianne Swartz, Loop

Julianne Swartz creates beautiful and provocative sound installations. Loop is a tapestry woven from wire and speakers, playing a collage of non-speech audio.

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Timo Arnall, No to NoUI

Of course the interfaces we design may become normalised in use, effectively invisible over time, but that will only happen if we design them to be legible, readable, understandable and to foreground culture over technology. To build trust and confidence

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Timo Arnall, No to NoUI

Of course the interfaces we design may become normalised in use, effectively invisible over time, but that will only happen if we design them to be legible, readable, understandable and to foreground culture over technology. To build trust and confidence

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Max Dean, The Gross Clinic

Using broken animatronics figures from Ontario Place, Max Dean staged a surreal veterinary clinic of sorts. The photographs are stylistically and thematically inspired by classical paintings. See the photographs and installations restaged at Ontario Place during the In/Future festival from

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Max Dean, The Gross Clinic

Using broken animatronics figures from Ontario Place, Max Dean staged a surreal veterinary clinic of sorts. The photographs are stylistically and thematically inspired by classical paintings. See the photographs and installations restaged at Ontario Place during the In/Future festival from

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More Perfect

When Chief Justice Earl Warren was asked at the end of his career, “What was the most important case of your tenure?”, there were a lot of answers he could have given. After all, he had presided over some of

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More Perfect

When Chief Justice Earl Warren was asked at the end of his career, “What was the most important case of your tenure?”, there were a lot of answers he could have given. After all, he had presided over some of

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Nina Geometrieva, I Love Fur

Rather than spending mindless minutes swiping around Facebook, try this dreamy and hypnotic game: I Love Fur. The motion graphics make the digital fur respond to your gestures as it would physically.

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Nina Geometrieva, I Love Fur

Rather than spending mindless minutes swiping around Facebook, try this dreamy and hypnotic game: I Love Fur. The motion graphics make the digital fur respond to your gestures as it would physically.

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Jake Barton, “Ghostbusting Finally Got Me to Believe in the Power of VR”

The VOID, which stands for Vision of Infinite Dimensions, may be VR, but it’s mapped over a corresponding physical space in which every virtual object has a real-world equivalent; if you reach out to touch a TV set that appears in

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Jake Barton, “Ghostbusting Finally Got Me to Believe in the Power of VR”

The VOID, which stands for Vision of Infinite Dimensions, may be VR, but it’s mapped over a corresponding physical space in which every virtual object has a real-world equivalent; if you reach out to touch a TV set that appears in

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