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Is This The Future of Online Shopping?

Amazon's new 3-D printer marketplace is about to revolutionize the way we shop.<p>Earlier this year, a Harvard student made headlines after inventing a 3-D makeup printer. Now, the product printing trend is about to reach the next level thanks to Amazon's 3-D printing store.<p>According to WWD, Amazon …

Windowless Airplane Will Give Passengers High-Res Panoramic Views

You don’t need a window for these views. Paris-based design company Technicon Design recently won an award for their IXION Windowless Jet Concept. …

Google upgrades Glass with double the memory, battery boost

Google is still keeping up in the air the eventual release date of a consumer model for Glass, its controversial head-mounted display that first debuted on the face of co-founder Sergey Brin at the Google I/O developers conference in 2012. But privacy implications and release dates aside, Google …

Design Your Own Dress Shirts and Casual Button Downs

Wear Your Story<p>The pursuit of a better wardrobe staple begins with you in mind. From Japanese fabrics to hand-stitched buttons, each element of an …

Get to Know 63 Styles of Graphic Design With One Simple Poster

This one goes out to anyone who's ever fumbled and bluffed their way through a conversation about graphic design without the foggiest notion about …

Rachel Fleit Loves a Great Lipstick, Keeps an Open Heart

While some fashion insiders favor a pared-down uniform, Rachel Fleit, the co-founder (along with Giovanna Randall) and chief creative officer of Honor, is more often than not spotted in ‘50s-inspired dresses, vintage statement pieces, elaborate scarves, and, of course, Honor's strong-yet-girly …

Google Glass is now ‘try before you buy’

Google is trying to make “fetch” happen.<p>And by “fetch,” we mean making Glass appear like a normal fashion accessory. That’s what Google is trying to do with its new “try-on kit” program for potential Glass owners.<p>Apparently, Google is now permitting potential Glass owners to order a kit containing …

Inhabitat's Week in Green: floating skate ramp, foldable electric bicycle and a 3D-printed sneaker

<i>Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green.</i><p>The Earth is a mysterious place. Scientists recently discovered a small, rough diamond that reveals the existence of an ocean of water more than 250 miles …

How Autodesk Helped Create An Incredible New Technique For 3-D Printing Metal In Midair

Autodesk and designer Joris Laarman are introducing the next wave in manufacturing: large-scale, affordable, digitally fabricated metal structures.<p>We can 3-D print myriad plastic goods, fabric for apparel, burritos, candy, and perhaps in the not-so-distant future, human organs. Metal–the material …

Google Glass enthusiast: It's not worth the headaches

When the novelty wears off, do you stop wearing the novelty all together?<p>And what if the novelty is proving to be more of a pain than you ever imagined?<p>These seem to be the thoughts that have coursed through the head of Chris Barrett, who once prided himself on being a Google Glass Explorer but now …

Pinterest Marketing Platform Ahalogy Scores $3 Million Series A By Helping Brands With Content & Optimizations

With Pinterest poised to take its first ad product, Promoted Pins, public, retailers and brands that have so far been testing the waters on the social pinboard are now beginning to look more seriously into optimizing their activity on the site. One company that has been helping in that area is …

15 Startups to Watch at International CES 2014

Anyone who’s been to the Consumer Electronics Show knows very well that CES could just as easily stand for the Chaos and Excitement Spectacle. Or …

Startups

Why Nest might need another huge funding round

Smart home startup Nest has been using design to reinvent unloved products like the hated smoke detector and neglected thermostat. It’s no small feat …

Toy Startup Roam And Wander Receives New Funding, Prepares To Expand Its U.S. Retail Presence

Roam & Wander, the Hong Kong and Taipei-based children’s entertainment startup that we profiled in June, is preparing to expand its retail operations into the U.S. just six months after its first plush toy, TuTu, was successfully funded on Kickstarter.<p>Roam & Wander is interesting not just because …

The Timeless Box Sends Your Gifts Through Time And Space

Gift giving is very anticlimactic. You hand something over, the recipient tears it open, and you’re done. Maybe there are hugs exchanged, maybe some high fives. Whatever. Cheetos, beer, and football the rest of the night.<p>But get a load of the Timeless Box. It’s an $100 aluminum (or titanium) box …

Man Walks All Day to Create Massive Snow Patterns (Part 3)

English artist Simon Beck never ceases to amaze us with his large-scale murals of geometric patterns in snow. Each visually breathtaking piece, which Beck manually creates by walking through the snow and leaving behind his track prints, adds a surreal element to its natural landscape. Walking …

Murals

Ashford & Ashford Corporate Identity by Studio Ghost

Corporate Design for Ashford & Ashford.<p>Oklahoma City based branding and graphic design studio Ghost was asked to create the corporate identity for …

Graphic Design

See How Mark Wagner Turns Dollar Bills into Stunning Works of Collage Art

Many of us don't think of the dollar bill as more than a means of getting the things we want. Mark Wagner has the same thought, but he wants to make …

'Invisible' Bike Helmets Are A Real Thing Now

If so, then two Swedish industrial design students have solved your problem and have created an "invisible helmet" for cyclists.<p>Bike helmets are a very important safety feature, especially for those who cycle around a busy city where both drivers and pedestrians can be a problem. But there is no …

Bicycle Helmets

Bandit9 Nero MKII Motorcycle

One of the most attractive parts of riding a motorcycle is standing out from the pack of minivans, subcompacts, and SUVs that dominate the roads — …

Digital Grotesque . Printing Architecture

Pizza, programming, and starting an industry: Bill Gates, the college years

Bill Gates' presence as a titan of the computing industry is now taken for granted, but before all that he was just a (rather extraordinary) college student. Biographer Walter Isaacson takes a look at the software mogul's earlier years at Harvard for the <i>Harvard Gazette</i>. It's a look back at a human …

The audacious plan to end hunger with 3-D printed food

Anjan Contractor’s 3D food printer might evoke visions of the “replicator” popularized in <i>Star Trek</i>, from which Captain Picard was constantly interrupting himself to order tea. And indeed Contractor’s company, Systems & Materials Research Corporation, just got a six month, $125,000 grant from NASA …

3D Printing

3D systems buys sugar printing firm for future breakthroughs in tooth decay

3D Systems has been on a bit of a shopping spree lately, snatching up companies left and right for its portfolio of print offerings. This latest deal is a bit sweeter than most, however. The company has picked up Sugar Lab, an LA-based startup that prints edible 3D objects in sugar. This isn't …

LG's 55-inch curved OLED TV hits Germany for 8,999 euros this week

Following its availability at several Best Buy locations across the US, LG's 55-inch curved OLED TV is finally making its way to Europe. The company today announced that it'll arrive in Germany this week for 8,999 euros (roughly $12,000), with wider availability and pricing set to be announced in …

Exquisite Geometry Sculpted From Paper, Not Stone

Layer by layer, a Spanish artist uses paper and geometry to calm her inner chaos.<p>Elena Mir is a Spanish artist from Valencia. She describes herself as “loving the smell of wet soil at night,” of having “eyes the color of honey and eucalyptus, and a lot of brown hair sprouting from her short head.”<p>A …