Posts Tagged: Biology

Anatomy of Genius

I wrote a post a few months back about Andy Gilmore’s geometrical works. Needless to say, I’ve been following his work ever since. Much of his latest work has a biological/anatomical bent to it, comprising illustrations of flora and fauna

Anatomy of Genius

I wrote a post a few months back about Andy Gilmore’s geometrical works. Needless to say, I’ve been following his work ever since. Much of his latest work has a biological/anatomical bent to it, comprising illustrations of flora and fauna

The Litmus: It’s Back Edition

Knot’s Landing [Jens Risch via Today and Tomorrow] Robot maids! Let’s hope they’re not programmed with saucy attitudes [DVICE] One of these days London, one of these days… [Crossing Over via The Royal Institution of Great Britain via I.D.] The

The Litmus: It’s Back Edition

Knot’s Landing [Jens Risch via Today and Tomorrow] Robot maids! Let’s hope they’re not programmed with saucy attitudes [DVICE] One of these days London, one of these days… [Crossing Over via The Royal Institution of Great Britain via I.D.] The

The Litmus

Biotechnology gone terribly wrong [Jouse Enterprise Art via designboom] Pure Creativity [mydeco via Dezeen] Story telling with data [FlowingData] And the winner is… [Electrolux Design Lab Blog] Flasher fashion [men.style.com]

The Litmus

Biotechnology gone terribly wrong [Jouse Enterprise Art via designboom] Pure Creativity [mydeco via Dezeen] Story telling with data [FlowingData] And the winner is… [Electrolux Design Lab Blog] Flasher fashion [men.style.com]

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Wearing your heart on your sleeves

Oh Flickr, why is it that whenever I’m looking for something, you seem to have the answer? While browsing through their vast database I came across the work of autumnomatopoeia designs, a company whose name reminds me of Cap’n Jazz’s

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Wearing your heart on your sleeves

Oh Flickr, why is it that whenever I’m looking for something, you seem to have the answer? While browsing through their vast database I came across the work of autumnomatopoeia designs, a company whose name reminds me of Cap’n Jazz’s

Biodesign

After seeing some horrendous product design on Gizmodo inspired by parts of the female form, I’ve been on the look out for good bio-inspired design. Luckily the team at Pure Austrian Design has pointed me towards Renate Hattinger‘s Human Interior

Biodesign

After seeing some horrendous product design on Gizmodo inspired by parts of the female form, I’ve been on the look out for good bio-inspired design. Luckily the team at Pure Austrian Design has pointed me towards Renate Hattinger‘s Human Interior