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Maiko Takeda

"I want to create surreal, subtle dramas around the person wearing my piece and the people near them. I imagine the people who wear my pieces want to experience or share surreal moments in their daily lives, at a party or in the privacy of their own home. I want my pieces to give people those magical experiences. It’s also amazing to learn how other people interpret my work, which has been compared to “Hellraiser”, hedgehogs, caterpillars and acupuncture."

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mb! Magazine interview

be as spiny on the outside as you are on the inside, brilliant

City Light Scarves by Slow Factory in the Colossal Shop.

USA / London / Paris / New York

The Microsoft Smart Home - From The Art Of Living TV series (circa 1999)

The value of IoT is in the data. The quicker enterprises can start analyzing their data the more business value they can derive.
Your Flowerbed Gets Smarter with the Edyn Smart Garden System
Currently crowdfunding on Kickstarter. The system monitors and tracks environmental conditions of your garden bed giving you advice to keep your plants staying greener and living longer. 
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Your Flowerbed Gets Smarter with the Edyn Smart Garden System

Currently crowdfunding on Kickstarter. The system monitors and tracks environmental conditions of your garden bed giving you advice to keep your plants staying greener and living longer. 

Read More

(via designersofthings)

 
Nike x Riccardo Tisci Air Force 1
Yumi Lambert at Christian Dior Haute Couture F/W 2014-15.

Yumi Lambert at Christian Dior Haute Couture F/W 2014-15.

Every year, the ICD constructs a research pavilion, and every year, the structure looks super weird. It’s a time that the computational designers can crack their knuckles and really dig into some big, challenging architectural questions that often get brushed aside for more practical concerns. This year, the big question was: How can you build architectural structures with composite materials like glass and carbon fiber without using massive molds to dictate the shape? This is a difficult thing to do, and the answer could usher in a radically new way of constructing buildings.

Stunning.

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Gimme shelter

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It took 16 years and data from four orbiting spacecraft to assemble, but the U.S. Geological Survey’s new map of Mars is awesome.
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It took 16 years and data from four orbiting spacecraft to assemble, but the U.S. Geological Survey’s new map of Mars is awesome.

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