Design Milk

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Daina Mattis has an exhibition at High Noon Gallery in New York titled Family Style with fuzzy flocked paintings, surreal hybrid sculpture and cookies.

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The Next Web

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How did the big consumer apps get their first 1,000 users? Considering every startup confronts this question at some point, I was surprised by how little has been written about it. Particularly anything actionable. So I decided to do my own digging. I spent the past month personally reaching out to founders, scouring interviews, and tapping the Twitterverse.

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The Next Web

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Did you know we have an online conference about product design coming up? SPRINT will cover how designers and product owners can stay ahead of the curve in these unprecedented times.

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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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It's Nice That

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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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It's Nice That

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Born and raised in Sweden, Simone has been building things since she was a child. Today, she runs a YouTube channel with nearly 2 million subscribers who eagerly anticipate her next “shitty robot”. We caught up with Simone to chat making things fail on purpose, getting bored and undergoing treatment for two brain tumours online.

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Web Urbanist

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Beneath the streets of London, a whole hidden city lies half-forgotten, full of Edwardian-era tunnels and disused railway equipment. A new book called “Hidden London: Discovering the Forgotten Unde…

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The Guardian

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If you spend hours a day staring at your phone screen for social media, games and reading, a new no-frills device could help nudge you back to the real world

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Gizmodo

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The quantum internet is coming sooner than you think—even sooner than quantum computing itself. When things change over, you might not even notice. But when they do, new rules will protect your data against attacks from computers that don’t even exist yet.

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Design Week

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Top Secret: from ciphers to cyber security unveils over 100 objects from the security service's history, some never seen before.

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The Next Web

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New experiments at Twitter show it’s trying to further establish itself as the go-to news app for its users around the world. Today, the company announced its testing a way for you to follow specific interests, such as sports teams and celebrities.

Once you choose these topics, Twitter‘s machine learning algorithm will curate tweets for you and show it on your timeline. Right now, the company’s testing this on Android with a select number of users and only sports-based interests.

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Design Boom

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the dyeing marble collection suggests an invasion of figurative artificial symbols into the stones’s classical and natural imagery.

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Wallpaper*

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It’s no secret that the Norwegians love a holiday cabin. A large part of the population traditionally spends the summer in simple, wooden structures in forests and by the water, which they use as a base to appreciate and enjoy their country’s beautiful…

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French artist Jean-Michel Othoniel has published a new book about the flowers within the storied Paris museum’s art collection, alongside an intervention of new paintings in the Louvre’s glass-roofed French sculpture hall

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99 designs

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Here are some compelling statistics from design and marketing organizations that every company should know. Take a look at these stats and you'll see how understanding brand design can pay off.

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fastcompany

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The hotel giant, which faces stiff competition from Hilton and Airbnb, uses the lab to get insights into the smallest details–from the shape of wall sconces to the location of electrical outlets.

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