The D-Shape printer, created by Enrico Dini, is capable of printing a two-story building, complete with rooms, stairs, pipes, and partitions. Using nothing but sand and an inorganic binding compound, the resulting material has the same durability as reinforced concrete with the look of marble.
Glorious Sirius looks like one bright star but is actually a binary system composed of 2 stars (Sirius A, the brighter & Sirius B, a faint white dwarf). Together, they glitter like a silver-blue diamond! Binary stars are too close to be distinguished from one another when observed from Earth and are hence mistaken for one. The two stars of a binary typically orbit about a common center of mass. Sirius is easy to see in the spring and winter skies.
Lo Siento, a Spanish graphic design studio, created ‘bubble wrap typography’ for the cover of Japan’s +81 magazine. The bubble wrap was injected with a mixture of water and blue dye, and the filled bubbles spelled out the words ‘Next Creativity’, which was the subject of that month’s issue. This is a great example of how 3D design can be used in a 2D medium.