I have been told that buying gifts for me is difficult. I’m obviously passionate about my PCs and technology in general, but I already have access to virtually all of the latest gadgets and PC hardware
“Paper is a noble material,” says Aurel Rubbish, a former electronic musician and graffiti artist. For the past four years, this 33-year-old Frenchman has dedicated himself to the delicate art of paper-cutting.
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Reflective gear, like you see for running or biking, works remarkably well at night. But the problem is it looks athletic, and short of workouts, does the average person want to wear the stuff on a day-to-day
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At the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, 3D Systems showcased the world’s first 3D food printers. Called Chefjet and Chefjet Pro, the innovative machines are capable of producing an amazing
New York-based artist Michael Mapes continues to expand his portfolio of meticulously assembled artworks made of thousands of collected specimens. Each piece in the artist’s newest and laboriously executed
Turning a public information poster into a work of art is no mean feat, but with his bold colours, clean lines and clever layouts, Tom Eckersley confirmed himself as a godfather of modern graphic design.