Hopes Up High

fastcompany:

New gear to keep you safe riding your bike at night, and looking badass while you’re at it. 

“As long as the driver has his headlights on, the biker will be visible for as far as the eyes can see.”

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fastcompany:

New gear to keep you safe riding your bike at night, and looking badass while you’re at it. 

“As long as the driver has his headlights on, the biker will be visible for as far as the eyes can see.”

Read More>

fastcompany:

A Q&A with Alan Adler, the Stanford lecturer, physicist, and toy maker behind one of the world’s most popular coffee makers.
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fastcompany:

A Q&A with Alan Adler, the Stanford lecturer, physicist, and toy maker behind one of the world’s most popular coffee makers.

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escapekit:

Static Coffee Espresso Republic

Pasadena branding firm, Farm Design, partnered with Espresso Republic for the launch of their new Static coffee and espresso. Espresso Republic wanted to create coffee packs that exuded the high quality of the beans held inside. 

(Source: The Dieline)

escapekit:

Lululemon Athletica - Covent Garden

A selection of painted / engraved pieces of lettering by Uk designer Tobias Hall for the new Lululemon store in Covent Garden, London. 

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

Loris Cecchini’s "Wallwave Vibration" series is strongly reminiscent of Faraday wave patterns. The Faraday instability occurs when a fluid interface (usually air-liquid though it can also be two immiscible liquids) is vibrated. Above a critical frequency, the flat interface becomes unstable and nonlinear standing waves form. If the excitation is strong enough, the instability can produce very chaotic behaviors, like tiny sprays of droplets or jets that shoot out like fountains. In a series of fluid-filled cells, the chaotic behaviors can even form synchronous effects above a certain vibration amplitude. (Image credit: L. Cecchini; submitted by buckitdrop)

escapekit:

Emoji Nation

Based in Kiev, Ukraine, Nastya Nudnik has inserted pop-up windows and social media icons into classical paintings. Titled ‘Emoji Nation’, these artworks have been altered to reflect how people behave in today’s digital age.

(Source: mashkulture.net)