• Friday Links

    World Bicycle Relief: mobilizing people through the power of bicycles "The Stratus A1 mobile storage unit is designed for the cloud-enabled knowledge worker..." yet I think I could use one beside my desk at home. Yes/No? Knock: Knock you phone to unlock your computer Brainspace: just launched this week and it looks very promising. HYVE: a modular system over on Kickstarter Christoph Gielen's aerial photography "The Normandy landings, codenamed Operation Neptune, were the landing operations on 6 June 1944 (termed D-Day) of the Allied invasion of Normandy in Operation Overlord during World War II. The largest seaborne invasion in history, the ...

    Read More...

  • Friday Links

    Small, 3D photo figurines to immortalize yourself, your loved one, or your pet: Twinkind (Anyone want to go to Germany with me?) Massimo Vignelli, 1931-2014 via @kottke SlideRider: turn your stairs into a slide! Difficult ballet moves in slow motion Top of Tyrol by Astearchitecture What Life Is Like Inside A 129-Square-Foot Apartment   Have fun.

    Read More...

  •  
  • Friday Links

    Apiarium hive for urban beekeepers MoMA Design Store Presents Products Brought to Life by Kickstarter The Mini Book of Major Events Muppet Microscopy! What the heck is gluten? What tears look like under a microscope How to make a cardboard Kaleidoscope   That's all I have for now. Have a great weekend.

    Read More...

  • Friday Links

    Art collector alert: Do Ho Suh's Doorknob/Bathroom, $10,000 Map prints: MrCityPrinting For foodies or those dabbling in the culinary arts: Golden Eggs Octopus opens jar from the inside NdGT: the galaxy M100 is so far away that...   I know, not so many links this week. That's because staring into a computer screen isn't always so fun (gasp). Enjoy the weekend.

    Read More...

  •  
  • Friday Links

    Stash Your Bike Helmet In A Briefcase This Is What A Holographic iPhone Might Look Like Want the Perfect Chair? Print It Study Finds That Women Aren’t Run By Their Periods. Scientists Everywhere Confused. Nostromo: a minimalist note taking app. via minimalissimo Just How Thin Are Saturn’s Rings? Cheap microscopes Nina Tolstrup's studio(s) A simple way to clean up your Facebook news feed So good! New Absurd Animated Portraits by Romain Laurent   On that note, I'll leave you to your Friday and weekend. Have fun.

    Read More...

  • Friday Links

    Oh, what beauty: Shade-lit If you're in Santa Monica on Saturday, April 26, go to this: PRECOGNITO/INCOGNITO 2014 The 'Shelfie' 'Sleep startup' Casper dreams of overturning the mattress racket 'Ghostbusters' fan art Plant Stamps: stickers that grow into plants Why Physicists Are Saying Consciousness Is A State Of Matter, Like a Solid, A Liquid Or A Gas   Have a fantastic weekend.

    Read More...

  •  
  • Friday Links

    The Reinvention of Minimalism and Freunde von Freunden: Joseph Dirand permanent retweet Camilla Barnard’s wonderfully quirky East London studio Two AI Chatbots Talk to Each Other Kids React to Walkmans The World's Fair Turns 50: See What Everyone Thought 2014 Would Look Like Cerro Negro: Surf Down a Volcano   Enjoy the weekend!

    Read More...

  • Friday Links

    There are a lot of right things about this space: PASSAGE CHARLES DALLERY (via Remodelista) The Heartbleed Hit List: The Passwords You Need to Change Right Now CRT Tile: made from 100% Recycled e-Waste Chivote: 2 sided backpack Zulu Zion - The raddest socks of them all Learn something over at Udemy If you have kids, take a look at this Plywood Box Kickstarter: Ziggy hook   Change those passwords and then have a nice weekend.

    Read More...

  •  
  • Friday Links

    The Selby: Pilar Munoz and Pepe Islas at home in Mexico City How to never forget anything ever again Friendly, intelligent flash cards: Anki (via the link above) Stuff: The first things humans owned What Facebook Is Doing to Your Brain What if Google Was a Guy Norwegian Skydiver Almost Gets Hit by Falling Meteor — and Captures it on Film DIY Speaker Box Covers Kickstarter: Totem Pens ISSA: a new (electric) toothbrush   Enjoy your weekend. See you on Monday.

    Read More...

  • Friday Links

    Artist Etienne Lavie imagines what the world would look like if street advertisements were replaced with classical paintings. (via Colossal) The Mathematical Formula for Beauty, Explained in Clever Pictures What 11-Year-Old Kareem Granton Saw During 5 Days Roaming the City Benjamin Hubert's lightweight Ripple table is now strong enough to stand on Daniel Hashimoto adds CGI to clips of his toddler and it's amazing If you have some time: Explaining the genius of Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” —using music theory Edible Water Bottle (Gross, indeed) Are you ready to get pregnant? There's an app (to help): Ovia (via netted) Scary, ...

    Read More...

  •  
  • Friday Links

    PillPack via @Netted Kickstarter: Sidewinder™ Insulated Magnetic Bottle Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: Tina Fey Your voice betrays your personality in a split second HAPPY WITH THE RAIN by Aliki van der Kruijs. "In this particular method of printing, rain creates patterns in the material with the aid of colour pigments." Christopher Walken Dance Now The Perfect Symmetry of Wes Anderson’s Movies 'Design Is One of the Most Powerful Forces in Our Lives' FUCK YOUR NOGUCHI COFFEE TABLE   Enjoy your weekend!

    Read More...

  • Friday Links

    Actual Pi In The Sky On Pi Day More Pi: ROUND ART OF π, φ AND e (via Explore) Biodate Sonification Device: MIDI Sprout Create beautiful stories: Storehouse via Netted Ikea targets space-poor hipsters with PS 2014 collection Should you live in a tiny house? Who Made That Corkscrew? Artists as Architecture   Happy Pi Day to you- and have a great weekend! Corto PIPAS from Manuela Moreno on Vimeo.via

    Read More...

  •  
  • Friday Links

    This Home in the Spanish Pyrenees is/was on the market for $4.1 million. Is that all? Let's get our cash together and go halfsies. Deal? If the Moon was only 1 pixel Cliphone: minimal cord organizer “Petite Sensation” Postcard Set by Terri Loewenthal This Woman Invented a Way to Run 30 Lab Tests on Only One Drop of Blood Glowing Sculptures That Visualize Bitcoin and Bullet Wounds Enjoy your weekend; thank your lucky stars that it won't be spent blowing your nose and coughing up your spleen (it sucks being sick).

    Read More...

  • Friday Links

    For $86,400, you could buy a movable cabin/cottage, delivery (to most areas in the lower 48 states) included: ESCAPE. Sounds good, doesn't it? The Most Massive Object in the Universe—How Was It Created? Gordon VeneKlasen's Cabinet of Curiosities The Best Squirrel Feeder Is a Horse-Head Squirrel Feeder Every Frame Of Your Favorite Movie On A Single Canvas Ototo meets ECAL (shown below) Ototo meets ECAL – A workshop with Mark McKeague (Dentaku) from ECAL on Vimeo.   Not a lot of links this week, as I've been working on a project. Have a fantastic weekend break, or at least catch up ...

    Read More...

  •  
  • Friday Links

    How to Make a Pop up Photograph (via) Whoa. This isn't available yet, but it's pretty amazing: Sono, a noise cancelation and isolation device that sticks on your window. Some facts about silk. popcord™: unforgettable keyring charger Have you seen the size of Chuck Close’s camera? THE OYLER HOUSE: Richard Neutra's Desert Retreat - Official Trailer What if you saw a shivering child on the street?   It's the weekend, enjoy it.

    Read More...

  •  
  • Friday Links

    Everyone's abuzz about Klemens Torggler's Evolution Door, and for good reason. (Video below if you're too lazy to follow the link.) Garden DIY: Mounting a Staghorn Fern RUGS by Roosmarijn Pallandt (via mocoloco) App: 7 Minute Workout - Quick Fit Deluxe Camera Strap, $94.00 Hilda Hellström: SEDIMENTATION SERIES Piet Hein Eek: Waste Beam Cabinet A GRAPHIC (AND BLOODY) VALENTINE'S DAY HISTORY OF THE HEART   Have a wonderful weekend.

    Read More...

  •