The retro styling of the Airstream is as appealing today as it was back in the 1930s. In the book Airstream: The Silver RV, available Aug. 13, author and PopMech alum Tara Cox celebrates this iconic travel
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An interview with Mauro Forghieri. Tifosi and die-hard Formula 1 fans will already be familiar with Mauro Forghieri's incredible legacy, but for the benefit of those who may be lessacquainted, we've included
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Tom Lloyd, co-founder of the venerable London-based studio PearsonLloyd, has a nice way of describing Galleria, the new seating system his outfit recently designed for the Italian furniture brand Tacchini.
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Clenched teeth and curse words usually accompany the act of holding an overstuffed cardboard box together with one hand while futzing around with a roll of packing tape with the other. The folks at Black
Let’s try something super quick. Take a second and imagine a table. Don’t think too hard. What comes to mind? I’m guessing it’s some combination of the following component parts: a smooth surface and Am
A pair of “Visual Assets Guidelines,” posted by one of the company’s senior graphic designers, outline precisely how Google designers are supposed to sweat the small stuff. In April 2011, Larry Page took