I've sat through a lot of "How-To" videos, and I wish all of them were edited like this one: Fast-moving, absent any filler, adequately lit and focused, accompanied by intelligent and helpful graphic aids, and with articulate voice instructions provided in a British accent.
Oh yeah, and the object of the video is pretty cool too: an old-school box that looks like tin, but is in fact made from an aluminum drinks can.
An exhibition of design objects offer visual intrigue and cultural commentary
Nowadays, it seems like everyone and their mom is an artist. In an age where our mobile devices allow us to constantly document our lives and celebrities now design full clothing lines, ideas regarding field specialization and the boundaries of creative territory is quickly fading. We're living in an
This resourceful 15-year-old uses a toaster oven and a forge made from a soup can alongside conventional tools
He's only fifteen years old, but the unnamed British teen behind the Art of Weapons YouTube channel already has 100-plus videos posted. Though loosely based around creating knives and projectile-firing items like crossbows and slingshots, his channel also delves into product reviews, tool-using tips and material-upcycling how-to's. The central
Any designer among us would be lucky to have one of our objects still in production some 60 years later. Angelo Mangiarotti's beautiful Maritime Table Clock was designed in 1956 and can be purchased today, being produced under license by Germany's Klein & More. Porcelain down below and Plexiglas up
An Interview with Jasmina Grase of MIITO on Crowdfunding, Manufacturing and Being a Designer-Founder
Running a successful Kickstarter campaign has become an nearly-necessary stop on the road to launching a hardware startup. With Berlin as a hotbed for tech startups over the last several years and the long standing mystique of German design and manufacturing - the launch of Kickstarter in Germany was a