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Potatoes Chips, Bloom Chips, Food, Packaging Design, Brilliant Ideas, Red Dots, Snacks, Pringles Cans, Bowls
This is the conceptual Bloom Chip potato chip container. It may look like a regular Pringles can, but when the paper band is removed, oh boy, it BLOOMS into a shape that makes the chips more easily accessible
Bloom Chips: a can of chips that furls out into a bowl. #packaging #design
The Pringles Package Sucks. This Chip Can Blooms Into A Bowl ONE DESIGNER’S FURY AT PRINGLES BLOSSOMS A BRILLIANT IDEA IN SNACKING.
Bloom Chips (Red Dot Award winner) as seen at fastcodesign.com OK, I don't share the same hatred for the Pringles can that this designer does, but his emotions led him to get mighty creative. Hey, Pringles has been around for a very long time. Maybe it's time to tweak?
This Chip Can Blooms Into A Bowl. Designed by Dohyuk Kwon #productdesign #package #food
Pools Time, Black N White, White Fashion, Swim Pools, Black And White, Water Portraits Photography, Black White, Fashion Photography, Pools Parties
black n white
pool party for one
Black and White Fashion Photography.
FFFFOUND! | when dreams come true
Batman Girls Wall Art, Minis Dog Qu, Girls Generation, Bats, Illustration, Girls Room, Batgirl Prints, Art Prints, Posters
batgirl print @ bodie and fou
batman girl illustration
Batgirl poster by Mini & Maximus at BODIE and FOU | Art prints and posters
So cute. Lil bat girl. Girls room inspo
"The above image is simply solid black, and won't appear to animate, but the file is structured in a way that identifies itself as a looping animation. Therefore, the parser rendering it in your browser is actually cycling between Frame 1 and Frame 1 every second, indefinitely. It is intended as a “last work” for an exhausted medium." / by Eric Mika
Solid Black, Loop Animal, Human Perception, Black Cycling, Exhausted Medium, 8220 Last Work 8221, Simply Solid, Parser Rendering, Eric Mika
Animated solid black cycling between Frame 1 and Frame 1 every second, indefinitely, beyond human perception. A last work for an exhausted medium." / by Eric Mika
|| "The above image is simply solid black, and won't appear to animate, but the file is structured in a way that identifies itself as a looping animation. Therefore, the parser rendering it in your browser is actually cycling between Frame 1 and Frame 1 every second, indefinitely. It is intended as a “last work” for an exhausted medium." Eric Mika
Bnkr Arquitectura, Mexico City, Mexico Cities, Sea Urchins, Architecture, Siqueiros Galleries, Siqueiro Galleries, Design Elements, Polyforum Siqueiros
Polyforum Siqueiros Galleries, originally constructed in 1967 was the masterpiece of great Mexican muralists, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Diego Rivera and Jose Clemente Orozco. The site is a cultural, social and political facility that was constructed in a ginormous diamond shape and completely covered in a painted mural, inside and out. A major significance of this establishment is that it houses a historical mural called “The March of Humanity”, in its Universal Forum. This mural is considered the largest in the world, with more than 8,000 square meters of painting! The history of the building and galleries goes back quite a bit. They were conceived by the architects Joaquín Alvarez Ordóñez, Guillermo Rossel de la Lama and Ramón Mikelajáuregui, together with Siqueiros in 1967. The Polyforum, a private institution with very limited resources, obtained sponsorship from a major Mexican paint manufacturer to remodel its circular galleries on the ground floor. These had not been renovated since its inauguration in 1971. With the help of that sponsor, Polyforum was able to remodel its circular galleries on the ground floor. That’s where the Mexico City-based creatives at BNKR Arquitectura made their mark. Gone was the fraying industrial carpet, coarse granular walls and dropped ceilings. And in its place beautiful design elements emerged – a gorgeous circular stairwell with a white, glossy epoxy finish, an elliptical crimson reception desk that serves as a bull’s-eye of sorts, sanded and varnished wood ceiling panels, and giant, spiky instillations that looks like hulking sea urchins from the dinosaur era.
Polyforum Siqueiros Galleries by BNKR Arquitectura #Architecture
BNKR Arquitectura designed a renovation of the Polyforum Siqueiros Galleries in Mexico City.
man who lives in antique shop
Antiques Galleries, Inspiration Articles, Life Collection, Man Living, Manhattan Resident, Blog, Display Window, Baba Caves, Antiques Shops
Short film about a Manhattan resident, who has spent his life collecting objects to decorate his house, which resembles an antique gallery. However, nothing is for sale. Passers-by often wander in, curious to discover what is hidden inside this modern Ali Baba's cave.
On an unseasonably warm November night in Manhattan on our way to get ice cream, we stumbled upon what appeared to be a vintage shop, brightly lit display window and all. As we began to walk in, a man sitting out front warned us that we were welcome to explore, but nothing inside was for sale. Our interests piqued, we began to browse through the collections the man out front had built throughout his life. This is a story of a man and his home.
warm water ;)
Good Movies, Bruce Brown, Movies J Adore, The Endless Summer, 1964 Brown, Image, Narrative Style, Warm Water, Lazy Summer
Still from the title shot of the movie ‘The Endless Summer’ by Bruce Brown, 1964 Brown would provide live narration to his early films. His narrative style may not have been the first, but it was --and still is-- the seminal voiceover.
Paintings Art, Artists, Designmilk, Design Milk, 2D Art, Modern Art, Art Paintings, Art Reinterpret, American Revolutions
Shawn Huckins' recent series of paintings are entitled American Revolution Revolution: What would George post? Well, apparently George is ROFLing.
artist: Shawn Huckins
GW’s Comment: Rolling On The Floor Laughing by Shawn Huckin #art #painting
Mrteller Reveal, Mind Magic, Magician Manipulation, Magician Duo, Magic Articles, Human Mind, Teller Writing, Duo Penn, The Secret
@MrTeller reveals his secrets for manipulating the human mind #magic
Great magic article by Mr Teller
Make the secret a lot more trouble than the trick seems worth. You will be fooled by a trick if it involves more time, money and practice than you (or any other sane onlooker) would be willing to invest. This is also how I differentiate my soaps.
Teller Reveals His Secrets: The smaller, quieter half of the magician duo Penn & Teller writes about how magicians manipulate the human mind | Smithsonian Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/teller-reveals-his-secrets-100744801/#vguUy7g3RJglGrXh.99 Give the gift of Smithsonian magazine for only $12! http://bit.ly/1cGUiGv Follow us: @SmithsonianMag on Twitter
Woodworking Workshop, Leather Maker, Cheer, Modern Leather, Image, Products Design, I'M, Cool Tools, Handcrafted Leather
Artemas Quibble, handcrafted leather goods maker, in his workshop
I'm working through new designs using cool tools.
Modern Leather Goods INSPIRED by ancient techniques
Karen Day's image of Jason Ross' leather and woodworking workshop.
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Scarlett Hooft, Foto De Abuelo/A, De Scarlett, Contemporary Photography, 2004 Roof, Misc Weird, Hooft Graafland, General Photography, Photography Ideas
(foto de Scarlett Hoof)
2004 Roofs, Iceland | SCARLETT HOOFT GRAAFLAND
animated explanation of how your personal data gets tracked and sold
Mobile Phones, App, Interesting Animal, People Unwit, Interesting Videos, And Sold, Executive Animal, Mobiles Phones, Crossword
Keeping up with our theme from yesterday’s post about how frictionless its become for users to give unfamiliar apps broad and permanent access to their data, we stumbled on this interesting video about the personal information people unwittingly share with their mobile phone carriers.
interesting content and beautifully executed animation
love the words
Books I D, Books Decoding, Introductori Books, Favorite Books, Semiot Books
Semiotics is the theory of signs, and reading signs is a part of everyday life: from road signs that point to a destination, to smoke that warns of fire, to the symbols buried within art and literature. Semiotic theory can, however, appear mysterious and impenetrable. This introductory book decodes that mystery using visual examples instead of abstract theory.
This Means This. This Means That. one of my fav semiotics book
Dutch artist Scarlett Hooft Graafland chooses to produce work in remote locations where the inhabitants have been forced to adapt to the natural conditions rather than the other way around. For her it is not about being where only very few people have been before, but about discovering authenticity in a space, which often means that beauty and wonder simply drop into her lap.
Cotton Candy, Contemporary Artists, Scarlett Hooft, Colors Palettes, Design Art, Flats, Salts, Hooft Graafland, Artists Photography
The Salar de Uyuni, located in Bolivia, is the largest salt flat in the world. Measuring in at over 4,000 square miles, the Salar was once part of a prehistoric salt lake that covered much of Southwestern Bolivia. Scarlett Hooft Graafland
Out there and cotton candy from coolhunting.com....great site for design art fashion life..
Scarlett Hooft Graafland image of Bolivian women waving cotton candy while sitting on salt pans.