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Monthly Archives: May 2010

Food Blogging

A majority of the blogs that I frequent across the web are food blogs. I went vegan a few months ago and ever since then I’ve become a rather radical foodie. I read vegan blogs to learn more about health facts and vegan cooking. What really draws me to vegan blogs in general is their […]

Ooma Bowl

Sauce is something of beauty. People love to dip their food in every kind of sauce imaginable. The Melting Pot has started a chain of relatively expensive restaurants based around dipping. You dip veggies, chips, fruit, white meat, dark meat, tofu, cookies, and well anything! But there is a method to the dip, a process. […]

A fan with no blades…

Dyson has quickly become the standard of high-end vacuum cleaners. With their sleek design and innovative technology they are become more and more popular among many people. With vacuums ranging from around $300 to over $800 Dyson’s vacuums can suit many people’s budgets. Dyson’s most recent invention isn’t an up-right rotating flat out large maneuverability […]

Fabulous

I stumbled upon the most fabulous blog – with an even better title. I have been attempting to “blog” for two years now but always quit after two weeks; failing to have anything to write about. I wish I would have thought about this topic because like I said before – it is FABULOUS! Mostly […]

Y&R

My last blog post introduced me to Young & Rubicam, a design firm that has offices all over the world, and let’s just say I’m in LOVE! First, I was blown away by their webpage instantly capturing your creative and intellectual attention. Splitting the screen, and picking your brain, showing the left rational and logical […]

Prepare to be inspired: UNICEF

Design can inspire, design can stop people in their tracks and design can change the world. UNICEF the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund was founded in 1946 by the United Nations in order to provide emergency food and healthcare to children in countries that were devastated by World War II. UNICEF now provides long-term […]

Jim Denevan, Earth Drawer!

Everyone goes to the beach and starts writing or drawing in the sand. Well Jim Denevan takes this to the extreme. He creates designs in sand, earth and ice that are eventually erased by waves or weather (like the image shown below). He has the record of the largest artwork in history in Nevada. It […]

Building Projections

Site specific designs are creations with a specific location in mind. I stumbled across this website where they project 3D animations on buildings. There is a short movie showing these amazing animations and the whole time I was watching I was mesmerized because it just looked so real! The people that design these projections are […]

Threadless

One day, my friend was wearing a shirt with this awesome design on it and I asked him where he got it and he replied, Threadless.com. So I quickly jumped on and went through the t-shirts and before I knew it I had 5 items in my shopping cart. The t-shirts are fairly cheap and […]

Wine Bottle Torch!

Ever wonder what you can do with a wine bottle after you’ve finished it? Well, why not create an awesome wine bottle torch! This page teaches you how to build a torch out of a wine bottle for about $5. You heard me correctly! Also, it is a great way to recycle if you are […]