The Guardian

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Famous for his off-kilter drawings, the artist is now appealing for used tennis balls, building useless clocks – and pulping The Da Vinci Code. He tells us why

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designyoutrust

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Jean Jullien is known for his installations which feature cartoonish characters. Now, he has collaborated with surfboard manufacturer Fernand to create cartoonish surfboards.

The four characters, which feature two grinning fish, a whale, and a seal, are all hand-drawn by Jullien on the foam boar

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technologyreview

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Sila’s novel anode materials packed far more energy into a new Whoop fitness wearable. The company hopes to do the same soon for electric vehicles.

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It's Nice That

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The artist renowned for her data visualisation art claims that this is an account of her life “so far”.

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Core 77

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Gen Z isn't really into cars, and now at least two European automakers are working out ways to court them. First we saw Opel targeting teens with their diminutive SUM. Now BMW—or more specifically, their Motorrad division—is wondering: If not a car, can we interest you in something with two

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Sold out within hours, CAKE’s new, limited edition electric motorbike—made in collaboration with London’s Buster + Punch—launched today and looks like it rode in from the future. The £18,000 vehicl…

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Many of us have a collection of Lego gathering dust in a cupboard somewhere, begging to be transformed into something amazing. Using Brickit, you can now fulfill its wish.

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Packaging of the World

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Design: Parabrand Packaging Design 智远创意(北京)文化发展有限公司Location: ChinaProject Type: ProducedProduct Launch Location: ChinaPackaging Contents: Rice winePackaging Substrate / Materials: Glass, woodPrinting Process: Flexible printing Rice wine is synonymous with romance. Unlike Ginshu, Junmai wine lacks some of the so-called high-end aroma, but it is a kind of cozy wine that does not need to be savoured. So,…

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Among the many skills of Vancouver-based Japanese artist Hine Mizushima is slow crafter, needlefelter and miniature collage artist. Her work often manifests itself in animals, sea life, parts of the human body and other curiosities of the natural world.

For a recent exhibition in Tokyo she turne

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‘LUX’, an LG-sponsored new media art exhibition at 180 The Strand, brings together 12 artists and collectives at the cutting edge of audio-visual technology

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