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June 13 2018

14:54
Artist Janis Miltenberger Creates Incredibly Intricate Glasswork Inspired By Mythology
14:38
Futuristic Deserts In Andalucia By Al Mefer
14:27
A cheap Surface computer could help Microsoft win back the education market from Google
14:26

David Méndez Alonso

David Méndez Alonso

Spanish creative director, artist, and fashion designer David Méndez Alonso grew up in Galicia. His earliest influences came from the world of graffiti and American underground comics by Daniel Clowes, Charles Burns, and Johnny Ryan. […]

14:24
The psychology of DJing and the future of music at TNW2018
14:23
Serpentine Pavilion 2018 shows "what you can create with simple things" says Frida Escobedo
14:13
Butler Armsden's Valley of the Moon house in California has no front door
14:11
A Humidifier That Calms Your Senses
14:05

Can psychedelics help prevent suicide?

New research in psychedelics is showing them to be a powerful antidote to depression. We need to implement them into therapy.

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14:00
Get inside the Raspberry Pi and create anything you want with this hacker bundle for under $20
13:45

Reflection Explores An Exciting New Innovative Printing Technology

Sterling Creativeworks designed this stunning wine label packaging in order to showcase a new embellishing technology that aims to bring a little more shine.
13:25

Midnight Moon Brings Their Rebellious Spirit Into the Whiskey Category

Device Creative Collaborative designed the beautiful and super sleek packaging for moonshine brand Midnight Moon’s new premium whiskey.
13:08
Steidl Verlag — ZukunftsWerte — Göttingen, Germany
13:04
Unique Weathering Pattern Creates Fascinating Geometric Ripples on a Chain Link Fence
13:01
An Intimate View on Chicago Buildings
13:01
Harmonipan
13:00
AutomataCon Returned to the Morris Museum
13:00

This Intriguing Wine Label Comes With a Glow-In-The-Dark Surprise

Hula Estudio designed this elegant packaging for Ars Longa Vita Brevis wine. What makes this packaging design so intriguing is the use of glow-in-the-dark ink that reveals hidden detailing on the label.
12:59
Facebook’s data should be a public resource
12:58
Your future office will be riddled with sensors and that’s okay
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