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Optimist Lamp (2013) by Cosima Geyer

A delicate wooden clamping luminaire. Its clamp is made of a special bending wood, delivering the tension needed- without breaking. The design is a reduction, an almost weightless vanishing shape, shifting the focus on its purpose: a soft and bright light.

Optimist won the “best of” Design Plus Award for young professionals powered by light+building 2014.

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Maksym Rewko

Skin scanner development

unknowneditors:

My name is Bartosz Madej, and as photographer I’m working under artistic pseudonym SlevinAaron

I’m dealing with photography for 6 years and this is my biggest passion in life! It is what I love, the way in which I can show human emotions frozen in the one frame, and this is for me photography, feelings, emotions, nostalgy, happiness and sadness, love and betrayal, life! So I started to create my own world which is not only a reflection of the ideas in my head but also my feelings. 

I created photos for magazines, as books covers, for model agencies, test shots and many others, both on outdoor and in the studio. I’m making portraits, beauty, glamour, fashion, street art, macro and much more but always with some story to it!

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Alejandro Guijarro - Momentum (2010-)

"The artist travels to the great quantum mechanics institutions of the world and, using a large-format camera, photographs blackboards as he finds them. 

Momentum displays the photographs in life-size. 

Before he walks into a lecture hall Guijarro has no idea what he might find. He begins by recording a blackboard with the minimum of interference. No detail of the lecture hall is included, the blackboard frame is removed and we are left with a surface charged with abstract equations. 

Effectively these are documents. Yet once removed from their institutional beginnings the meaning evolves. The viewer begins to appreciate the equations for their line and form. Color comes into play and the waves created by the blackboard eraser suggest a vast landscape or galactic setting. The formulas appear to illustrate the worlds of Quantum Mechanics. What began as a precise lecture, a description of the physicist’s thought process, is transformed into a canvas open to any number of possibilities.”

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Bill Nye

mulkproductdesign:

The ‘Urushi Musical Interface’, designed by Yuri Suzuki, uses gold inlays on a traditionally Japanese lacquered surface to create a touch based midi keyboard.

The circular pattern is supposed to make the combination of keys required to play certain chords easier to understand. Apparently.

Suzuki’s page on the product here.