Charles S. Kuzmanović

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Morpholio Brings Ease to Architectural Drawings with ScalePen

Prior to CAD, design students, architects, and the like, used technical pens for drafting, when there weren’t any buttons to undo what you just did. …

Gravitational waves explained

A century after Albert Einstein rewrote our understanding of space and time, physicists have confirmed one of the most elusive predictions of his …

Entanglement: Gravity's long-distance connection

When Albert Einstein scoffed at a “spooky” long-distance connection between particles, he wasn’t thinking about his general theory of …

The wonders of Pluto revealed: NASA’s latest findings are a sight to behold

New Horizons fly-by captures dwarf planet’s haunting beauty and offers new clues of a possible sub-surface ocean<p>Last July, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft flew by Pluto, the last unvisited world of the classical solar system. As the largest known member of the Kuiper belt, Pluto is also the gateway …

What Does Twitter’s Algorithmic Feed Mean for Social Marketing?

Last week saw a major shift in the new media landscape, as Twitter switched all of its users to a so-called “algorithmic feed.” That means users will …

Our fashion brand Daisy Skull. Model: Samantha Togni

Street and Industrial Style at the Volcom Offices

This is not a Beautiful Offices post, but I must admit that I really love amazing offices. I've been posting about that lately and I hope you guys …

The Promise of Airships, Team-Building Tips From Google and the Strange Art of America's Secret Societies

A weekly selection of great links curated by the Core77 team<p><i>Core77's editors spend time combing through the news so you don't have to. Here's a</i> …

Quantum computer revolves around just 5 atoms

It's no mean feat to find the factors of a very large number -- even a supercomputer can take years to find all the multipliers. However, MIT researchers have found a way to clear this massive hurdle. They've built a quantum computer that discovers number factors using just five atoms. Four of the …

Awesome Brainstorm Rooms

I'm really addicted for beautiful offices, actually I know that most of you guys are too. One thing that most of the tech companies are thinking on …

Blade Runner MMXVI on Threadless

I'm a big fan of the movie Blade Runner, so I decided to create kind of a tribute.<br>The design is minimalistic, trying to keep the lines simple and …

Small Steps - It's Movie Time

Negotiation 101: How To Sell Design Ideas To Skeptical Clients

5 persuasive tactics for faster buy-in<p>You know that nervous feeling you get when you recommend something to clients?<p>It’s because you know they’re going to wonder why, and you’re going to have to spit out some sort of explanation. And you’re going to stutter through it with meaningless phrases: …

Deadhead World

Ask Ethan: Do Gravitational Waves Exhibit Wave-Particle Duality?

Now that LIGO has detected their first gravitational wave signal, the part of Einstein’s theory that predicts that the fabric of space itself should have ripples and waves in it has been confirmed. This brings up all sorts of interesting questions, including this one from reader (and Patreon …

Physics

Lovely view, a couple of hours ago

From the Radar Five Media sketchbook (2002)

The Pendulum Sound Machine Re-imagines The Record Player

<p>The Pendulum Sound Machine plays music using a grooveless record.</p><p>Rejuvenating the record player’s conventional function with a clean and simple aesthetic in both appearance and action, product designer Kouichi Okamoto of Kyouei Design presents the Pendulum Sound Machine. Just look at it, the …

Gone to the wall – why modern movie posters are dreadful

From The Third Man to Pulp Fiction, a good film poster can be as much a work of art as the movie it is selling. So why are so many modern posters drab and uninspiring?<p>There are a number of unmistakable signs that you’re in a student flat. The smell. The minimal fridge. And the walls plastered with …

Posters

Tesla’s home battery is finally rolling out. First stop: Australia

According to Nick Pfitzner, the Tesla Powerwall is "a thing of beauty."<p>Pfitzner, who lives in Sydney's Hills District, was one of the first …

How FontShop uses design to bring beauty to email marketing

There’s nothing like a beautiful email. Some emails look more like works of art than marketing assets. FontShop, one of the world’s largest typeface …

Marketing

Dying Star Betelgeuse Keeps Its Cool ... and Astronomers Are Puzzled

The bright, red star Betelgeuse, in the constellation Orion, has entered the twilight of its life. Like many stars of a similar size that reach the …

art - Das Kunstmagazin

ART im Mai mit Fotografie-Spezial zum Festivalsommer: Der irische Künstler Richard Mosse tarnt die großen Dramen der Gegenwart in ästhetischen …

Design

Getting Over the Expedit: A More Compact Way to Store Vinyl LPs

The flatpack, made-in-the-USA Hi Phile Record Cabinet<p>It's been almost two years since Ikea discontinued their famous Expedit, and we know that some …

Dominik Raskin Crafted Flexible Stone Rugs Inspired By 3D Modelling

Belgian-born, Mumbai-based designer and architect Dominik Raskin created ‘tectonic rugs’ from flexible stone veneer. Inspired by a long-standing …

5 Trends Shaping The Future Of Architecture

Architects from 2015’s most innovative companies look into their crystal balls and divine the ways the built environment will evolve.<p>What does the future of the architecture industry hold? We asked experts from some of the world’s most innovative companies to look into their crystal balls and …

These amazing images from the bottom of the sea reveal a mysterious world scientists are just starting to explore

The ocean floor is constantly in flux, sculpted by volcanic eruptions, altered by complex chemical processes, and colonized by rich biological communities.<p>For many years, the only way scientists could get a glimpse of these mysterious places was by going on occasional expeditions by ship and …

The Craft of Collaboration with Ugmonk

Ugmonk is a maker. We are showcasing today his story behind the craft of a collaboration from a designer to wicked folks (The Black Anchor) making …

This physicist has a groundbreaking idea about why life exists

Why does life exist?<p>Popular hypotheses credit a primordial soup, a bolt of lightning, and a colossal stroke of luck.<p>But if a provocative new theory is correct, luck may have little to do with it. Instead, according to the physicist proposing the idea, the origin and subsequent evolution of life …

Over the Gallatin Range