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Bompas & Parr is globally recognized as the leading expert in multi-sensory experience design. The studio works with commercial brands, artistic institutions, private clients and governments to deliver emotionally compelling experiences to a wide variety of audiences. Sam Bompas and Harry Parr first came to prominence through their expertise in jelly-making, but the business rapidly grew into a fully fledged creative studio offering food and drink design, brand consultancy and immersive experien
This here is your standard NYPD barricade. They link together by having hooks on one end and loops on the other. The police use these to block areas off for parades and street festivals. Sometimes when they come to pick them all up, they leave one or two behind, so
For this summer's alpha prototype project, we were most excited to implement a new UI design to the Otter Warmer. Firefly, Otter's sister device, has a membrane switch UI with blue domed buttons labeled with CE mark icons and a tinted window atop a 7 segment display. We designed Otter
It's that time of week again! This week, three submissions chosen by our editors have earned their curators a Farm & Field pocket knife from Hand-Eye Supply and a spot in the running for the grand prize come December 15.
As wildfires continue to ravage the Los Angeles area, art lovers have to be nervous about their proximity to the Getty Center, which houses many priceless works of art. But thankfully architect Richard Meier was fully aware of what the value of the Getty's contents would be, and designed the
This here combines two of our favorite things: German engineering and bacon, delicious bacon. Here's the Textor TS750 high-speed slicer in action: That's their Einzelscheiben ("single slice") machine. But how do they slice them into those neatly-nested packages we buy at the supermarket? Using their TS700, which can do
Ford produced just 500 of their GT supercar for 2017/2018, but received 6,500 applications. Those deemed worthy of buying the car had to undergo a thorough vetting process that, according to the Detroit News, "included previous GT ownership, activity on social media, and signing a legal document stating they wouldn't
The ideal candidate will have positive, helpful attitude, good judgment, and problem solving skills. Must be able to work under pressure and deadlines, while staying calm and focused. Qualifications: . Bachelor's degree in industrial design / architecture . Knowledge of and
NYC's MTA (Metropolitan Transit Authority) has been making noise about the new R211 subway cars they're acquiring, which are supposed to have a bunch of design upgrades. To get public feedback, they've built two full-sized mockups and put them on display at the 34th Street / Hudson Yards station. So
I'll always prefer working with wood over metal and plastic, because wood is such a forgiving material. Inevitably when you're working with the stuff, you're going to screw up, usually when you've run out of stock and are on a tight deadline. Here Marc Spagnuolo, a/k/a the Wood Whisperer, shows
Designers Lisa Siedlecki and Jennifer Silbert worked in fashion and architecture, respectively, two industries where they saw their share of wasted materials. Three years ago they'd had enough and quit, teaming up to produce something useful and ecologically responsible. "We started Rewilder to combat the fast fashion craze with meticulous
Are you ready to work in a new environment? Let’s do this! Now is the time to make that move to an agency position that empowers you to own your work from start to finish, create great things and work on challenging digital projects. Here at Vitamin, we love WordPress. If you have WP skills, that’s a big plus. Got some PHP and some MySQL skills too? Another big plus.
Yesterday morning, this commuter in L.A. shot this insane footage of the wildfire burning alongside the 405 freeway: That…doesn't look real. You could be forgiven for thinking the people of Los Angeles have pissed off a vengeful Greek god. Thus far the death toll is estimated at 40 people,
The storefront for this appointment-only, high-end jewelry store in SoHo has a shabby appearance. The black paint probably looked chic for the first week after it was applied. But now it is chipped and peeling, and we see that black is a poor choice because it readily shows dust. The
Jamie Wolfond is a Toronto-based designer. He is curious about materials, patterns, colors, simple physics and manufacturing systems. He believes that the relationship between a designer, manufacturer and consumer needs to be evolving constantly. He founded Good Thing in 2014.
Operating under the motto "When all hell bakes loose," Seattle-based Lauren Ko creates pun-captioned pies that look like they should be in a design museum. Incredibly, 30-year-old Ko only began baking a year ago, and she's not a designer by training; her day job is at Seattle Colleges, where she's
I walk by 513 Grand Street fairly often, it's on the way to my cousin's house, and what struck me is that in a city full of older buildings, the style of 513 Grand marks it as one of the oldest. By today's standards it's a very small house and
A collection of sandstone tables, stools, lamps and trays created after observing the operations of a local, family-owned quarry and resulting from an exploration into alternative outcomes for discarded material.
Work in a loose and exciting environment while seeing your ideas come to life. You will generate and develop concepts for Brunswick Boat Group products with a focus on Boston Whaler. Create exciting products through a process that has a strong focus on user centered design through extensive contextual research. You will gain an understanding of how and why people use boats and be able to translate insights, while using your intuition, into industry leading products.
Steven M. Johnson's "Patent Depending" series of inventions range from social commentary to plain ol' bizarre, and they always give us a laugh. So we've contracted him to let us publish one every week.
The JawSaw by Worx is a very strange-looking chainsaw variant. Take a look at how this thing operates: It kind of looks like a toy so I wasn't inclined to take it seriously, but it's getting surprisingly good reviews on Amazon. I'm thinking that if they do another
Clothing brand Columbia has licensed the rights to fashion designs from "The Empire Strikes Back" and, starting on Friday, will be selling the following items: The officially-licensed, limited-edition Luke Skywalker™ Echo Base Jacket will keep you warmer than a tauntaun while you take on the Empire. This durable cotton-blend, water-resistant
Earthquakes in Japan are common enough that when I lived there, I saw that most folks had braces between the top of their bookshelves and the ceiling. These were basically spring-loaded closet rods placed vertically that prevented the unit from tipping forward, but did nothing to prevent the books themselves
Nicole Rendone is the Design Director for Nike Bras & Innovation with more than?12?years of experience designing bras, underwear, swimwear and intimate apparel innovation. A graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology in Fashion Design; Intimate Apparel, Rendone works closely with designers and innovators within the Nike Innovation Team as well as engineering teams to create new, performance solutions for the most important sporting garment for women. A strong believer that the right bra can
For my honors research in Integrated Product Design at the University of Technology Sydney, I designed an interactive log splitting device intended for children to use in daycare centers. The machine explores the child developmental theory of risky play through harnessing mechanical principles, cause and effect and mimicry.'Stop That!' 'Watch
We are designers, not decorators. That distinction means that we look at a project in the context of the entire space, or the whole, rather than as parts or components. RH designers understand the art and science of lifestyle, environment and taste to create a functional, beautiful and personal space. We provide luxury design services for the reimagining of one room or an entire home, anywhere in the world. Our designers embody the RH lifestyle and a sense of personal style, polished appearance,
Manhattan's Chinatown is filled with shops, and many of them have outdoor displays. During the day you can't see the actual display unit, just the goods covering them. But early in the morning the displays are visible. They are functional, and only that. Visually they are horrific-looking. I call it
Thirty years ago, German-born Harald Belker never imagined he would get the chance to work in the US. Today, we chatted to him from his home in Marina Del Rey, Los Angeles, about his illustrious career in industrial design. Harald's career is show stopping. From designing cars for high-end
General Motors has begun rolling out Marketplace, a software update to their 2017 models that enables drivers to shop from their cars. And I think this is one of those things that might've made some sense on paper, at least from a business standpoint, but that the real world is
You can use mallets for everything from the gentle persuasion of parts to tuning up your neighbor's Chrysler because he parked too close to your driveway again. Different applications require different types of heads and shafts, and I've just found a company that makes all of them, the mallet motherlode.
Planning on buying your kid a train set for the holidays? That's not very creative. We suggest you ramp things up, literally, by devising some track hacks to make that train do tricks. For inspiration check out this video from 5MadMovieMakers, who typically film Hot Wheels stunts but have digressed
Above is a Google Street View image of the Basilica of St. Patrick's Old Cathedral, located in what is now hip NoLita. I pass this building often, and a point of interest for me is this massive iron door that leads into the church grounds. You might be wondering why
For more than 20 years Michael has been designing iconic products and brand experiences for some of the best brands in the world including Nike, Google, Motorola, Honda, and Hasbro. Located a block from the Pacific Ocean, his studio focuses on industry leading halo projects across autonomous automotive, consumer electronics, travel, mobile devices, wearables, toys and conceptual Hollywood entertainment projects.
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