It's Nice That

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A new study into the design of money currently in circulation reveals a range of global trends, from the use of colour to which famous figures countries choose to represent them.

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Design Boom

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squishy flesh suits by artist daisy collingridge layer bulbous forms over swathes of 'muscular' fabric made from quilted textiles in pastel colors.

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The Guardian

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Devastated by his time in Germany, which he regards as still Nazi, the artist has moved. As he unveils a powerful virtual reality artwork, he talks about needing a monster to fight – and why he’d like to be a barber

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Using the frontiers of technology to tell one of the most urgent stories of our time, Omni immerses you in a jungle full of lost elephants and a refugee camp in Bangladesh

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The Next Web

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Google and its partners at the Janelia Research Campus today released the largest, most detailed set of brain scans ever published. The project encompasses nearly one-third of the brain of a fruit fly and includes detailed mappings for more than 25 thousand neurons featuring more than 20 million synapses. The best part: it’s all been …

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In a post-apocalyptic future, what might happen to life if humans left the scene? After all, humans are very likely to disappear long before the sun expands into a red giant and exterminates all living things from the Earth. Assuming that we don’t extinguish all other life as we disappear (an unlikely feat in spite …

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Design Boom

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a group of scientists have discovered 143 previously unknown 'geoglyphs' in peru using artificial intelligence and satellites to uncover ancient drawings.

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Masterminded by agency The Community and illustrated by Cristian Turdera, _The Secret Lives of Animals_ is styled like an average children’s book but reveals the appalling conditions in farms, circuses and labs.

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The Next Web

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Sarah, “the world’s smartest chimp,” died in July 2019, just before her 60th birthday. For the majority of her life, she served as a research subject, providing scientists with a window into the thoughts of homo sapiens’ nearest living relative. Sarah’s death provides an opportunity to reflect on a foundational question: can we really know …

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LEGO has partnered with the austrian research institute for artificial intelligence to create audio and braille building instructions.

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Supertall buildings don’t just have to be places for people to live and work. Futuristic concepts imagine skyscrapers as landfills, forests, data storage towers, and even permanent refugee camps.

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‘The pilot flew me around the volcanic coast in his tiny homemade plane – with the door open and me hanging out taking pictures’

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The Next Web

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Elephants have long captivated our attention, partly because of their sheer size and majesty. But we’re also struck by their complex behavior. In some ways, we’re fascinated because this behavior echoes our most humane feelings. For instance, elephants have repeatedly been observed using tools and grieving their dead. Their evolutionary history is interesting, too. It …

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Chances are you're pretty tired of seeing traditional stock photos of people in suits shaking hands. Not only are they bland and uninteresting, but they

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Lifehacker

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The design site Dimensions.Guide is a clip art library for designers, architects, and anyone else who needs precise scale drawings. Every scale drawing in its database is composed in the same clean line-art style. Drawings include sports equipment, cars, furniture, people (in various poses and sizes), computers and phones, plants and animals, room and landscape layouts, and even Marvel characters. And it’s all free to use in your own projects.

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Barber Institute, BirminghamFrom mammoth fossils to a civet’s anal glands, these drawings of the natural world prove how modern nature photography can be traced back to the pioneering work of Galileo

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“In this age of communication… who can be free from influence, — preconception? But — it all depends upon what one does with this cross-fertilization: — is it digested, or does it bring indigestion?”

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