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Scratch-and-sniff wallpaper that smells like ****

From the far-out folks at Flavor Paper comes Cannabliss, a subtly psychedelic scratch-and-sniff wallpaper that smells like ****. They write:

We have nailed a very pleasant yet dank scent that is made from true flowering **** terpenes to ensure we’re keeping it real. CBD for your eyes and ol factory. Dope.

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“Superflat” artist Takashi Murakami writes about himself

Over at CNN, fantastically creative and influential Japanese artist Takashi Murakami is CNN Style's latest "guest editor." Along with commissioning a series of articles "exploring the theme of identity," he wrote his own insightful and inspiring essay about his life as an artist. From CNN:

As a child, looking at paintings was absolutely boring. ...

Children from Mexico and the US play together on seesaws that cross the border wall

Two artists installed seesaws that cross the border wall between the United States and Mexico, enabling children from both countries to play together. The brilliant creative intervention was created by Ronald Rael, an architecture professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and Virginia San Fratello, a design professor at San Jose State University. From

Design competition to create graphics to illustrate cybersecurity stories

Illustrating abstract articles is a pain in the ***, and in the age of social media, a post without an illustration is likely to disappear without attaining any kind of readership, which leaves those of us who cover the field endlessly remixing HAL9000 eyes using walls of code, Matrix text-waterfalls, or

The DIY graphic design/publishing revolution of Letraset

The Pulp Librarian tweeted a fun history of Letraset's rub-on lettering sheets. Launched in 1959, the dry transfer letters transformed DIY design and publishing, from 'zines to record albums! Below are a few of the tweets. Click here for the whole thread!

Davis and Mackenzie – both experienced designers – created Letraset ...

FAA approves tests of new design for middle seats that are more comfortable and speed boarding

The S1 (AKA the "Slip-Slide Seat") is a radical rethink of airline middle seats from Colorado's Molon Labe Designs; it sits a little back of the seats to either side of it, is slightly wider, and has slightly lower arm-rests -- and in some configurations, it allows the aisle seat to be slid over it, ...

This ‘peace bench’ is meant to physically bring people together to converse

07.16.2019 · Posted in Technology Articles

In order to bring peace, we need to come together. Like, really together. That's the idea behind a new "peace bench" designed for the Nobel Peace Centre in Oslo, which physically brings people together in the middle of its curved design. Created by N... ...