31 October 2012
21 September 2012
Our current linear model of ‘take-make-dispose’ is throwing up major economic and environmental challenges. Risk to our supply chain is increasing, and the cost of materials is rising sharply, putting pressure on businesses to change. We need to shift towards more circular systems and good design thinking is pivotal to this transition.
20 September 2012
These audible radio waves are emitted by energetic particles within the magnetosphere, a phenomenon that surrounds any planet or moon with an intrinsic magnetic field, like Earth. These particles affect (and are affected by) the radiation belts that also surround the planet, creating the unique noises.
19 September 2012
Fascinated by patterns in everyday life, urban surroundings and architecture, French born Malika Favre has put together Hide and Seek, her first solo show in London. Malika's work is bold and minimalistic, exploring the relationship between positive and negative space.
Hide and Seek - Malika Favre as seen @ Kemistry Gallery London EC2A 6th-29th September 2012
30 August 2012
Designed to Win celebrates the ways in which design and sport are combined, pushing the limits of human endeavour to achieve records and victories of increasing significance and wonder. From the design of F1 cars to running shoes, bats, balls and bicycles, the quest for enhanced performance and function is endless.
Design Museum London 26 July – 18 November 2012
02 August 2012
Packaging products are designed to last as long as possible before recycling, where the vital process starts all over again. The importance of recyclable packaging is clearly recognised by all market sectors; either because the product itself is natural and eco-friendly or manufacturers wish to draw attention to the essence of the product, demonstrating commitment to environmental protection through company products.
12 July 2012
Captured with High Speed Flash Units, the images show soap bubbles in the moment of bursting. In the first few images, you can still see the bubbles intact, few instants after their creation. In the last pictures, you see how the thin film of soap starts to dissapear, leaving behind countless tiny drops of soap water.
Via Fabian Oefner Photography