Coolhunting

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Multi-talented artist and designer Camille Walala creates unique work that's influenced by multiple eras, styles and disciplines. Whether it be the Walala Lounge (which was on display during London Design Festival), a colorful building facade in Ohio, or a clothing collaboration, her goal is always to attract and excite viewers. It's not surprising that the…

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The Guardian

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Leading Dutch typographer and graphic designer who created the Gridnik and New Alphabet typefaces

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It's Nice That

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The young photographer's latest series Wild Women looks at the wild swimmers of England, and the strength, tranquillity and community to be found in freezing winter waters.

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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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Wired

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The ancient Greeks wondered when irrational numbers, like pi, can be represented with fractions. Two mathematicians now have a complete answer.

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Mashable Magazine

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Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg arrived in New York City on Wednesday afternoon, following a two-week trip across the stormy Atlantic Ocean.

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fastcompany

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Think of it as composting but for all the oils and fats that would otherwise go down your drain (and clog your city’s sewers).

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The Next Web

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You know how sometimes you find yourself facing off against an enemy spaceship in a Wild West-inspired laser duel where whoever fires first wins?

What if I told you that a group of researchers (a murder of physicists?) came up with a way for you to manipulate the very fabric of time and space so that, no matter who fires first, you both die? That’s probably not the best pitch you’ve heard for developing quantum computers. But it’s an interesting one.

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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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Dezeen

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Goldsmiths, home to one of the UK's best known art and design schools, has declared a climate emergency and pledged to become carbon neutral by 2025.

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designyoutrust

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Have you ever felt like you have all the energy in the world during the summer and could go without sleep and as soon as winter comes, you’d rather warp yourself in a warm blanket and conserve energy until it starts blooming? The annual cycle not only leaves fingerprints on scenery around us, it maj

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Wallpaper*

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Loose Joints publishes a new monograph by British photographer Jack Davison, charting his image-making practice since 2007 and his subsequent meteoric journey to acclaim

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It's Nice That

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Los Angeles-based painter Nick McPhail creates illustrative, layered paintings that feature landscapes and architectural elements, using a colour palette of cool pastel and bright neon tones in combination with Renaissance layering techniques.

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