Zaha Hadid is suing the New York Review of Books over an article that was published claiming that Hadid was “showing no concern” for the deaths of migrant construction workers currently working on her design for a football stadium (that’s soccer) for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
That’s right, we have a good, old fashioned defamation suit on our hands.
Now I will present the arguments and allow you to come to your own conclusions. The complaint centers on an article by Fil
This story is not for the faint of heart. Brooklyn-based artist, Ted Lawson has taken a new meaning to art being a part of the artist by painting a self portrait using his own blood. This is how he did it.
By using an automated self-filling brush and ink Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC)
machine, he created a vector-based artwork all from bitmap images... and a little of himself.The entire process took hours to complete but Ted kept his energy and blood sugar levels up
Now you can quench your thirst anywhere with "DrinkPure." DrinkPure bring potable water to you whenever it's needed. It's an attachable water filtration device that fits onto any waterbottle. I've been to many developing countries where this product would save thousands and thousands of lives! I also see great applications for it within developed countries; It would be great to have during a long hike or a camping trip. The fact that it traps sediment, odors, and chemicals, m
Take a look at this new design for a cast. 3D printing is the way of the future, and this product design explores medical applications. This Osteoid Medical cast, attachable bone stimulator by Deniz Karasahin is a beautiful connection between design and health. "The goal of this project is to improve the overall healing experience for broken or fractured limbs by focusing on the patient’s comfort and the amount of time needed for the body to heal itself" This 3D printed cast