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Illustrations and GIFs by Seoul-based Korean illustrator Jungyoun Kim

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Posted to Cross Connect by Miyuki

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14/Jul/2014
- 2 months ago

Tag: reblog

wired:

TOKYO — Inside Sony headquarters, at the heart of Tokyo’s Shinagawa district, Yasuhiro Ootori is about to reveal something that almost no one outside the Japanese tech giant has ever seen: the inside of a PlayStation 4.

What we see is a hardware architecture that’s both simple and powerful. With longtime game designer Mark Cerny leading the way, lending his software-minded expertise to Ootori and the rest of the hardware engineering team, Sony abandoned the overly complex Cell microprocessor that drove the PlayStation 3, building the PS4 around an “x86″ chip similar to the processors that have driven most of our personal computers for the last three decades. The idea was to make it that much easier for developers to build games for the new console, to create the things that will ultimately capture our attention.

[MORE: See What’s Inside the PlayStation 4 With These Exclusive Photos]

(Source: Wired)

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07/Nov/2013
- 10 months ago

Tag: reblog

Chris Wood - Branding

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07/Nov/2013
- 10 months ago

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wired:

When insect taxonomist Chris Carlton of Louisiana State University went on a collecting trip in Belize, he did what many travelers do: He picked up a souvenir. It was even free, which was pretty sweet. After spending a month in Central America, he returned home and unwrapped his gift to himself.

Unfortunately, the unwrapping happened on the top of his noggin. Carlton’s scalp had become home to a human botfly larva, a spiny parasitic maggot that digs into living human flesh, feeds on the inflamed tissue surrounding it, and grows to more than an inch long.

“I began to notice a sort of discomfort exactly in the very top of my head,” Carlton told WIRED, recalling his horrifying experience in 1997, “and I didn’t think much of it.” He’d known about botflies, what with being an entomologist and all. But he didn’t draw the connection until an intense pain hit him every 15 to 20 minutes. That’s when he remembered that when the larvae reach a certain size, they “rotate in their little burrows in your skin, and this creates this sort of intense shooting periodic pain. So at that point the typical reaction is that you know you have a maggot in your body, and you must get it out.”
[MORE: Absurd Creature of the Week - Burrowing Botfly Grows Huge Feasting on Your Flesh]

wired:

When insect taxonomist Chris Carlton of Louisiana State University went on a collecting trip in Belize, he did what many travelers do: He picked up a souvenir. It was even free, which was pretty sweet. After spending a month in Central America, he returned home and unwrapped his gift to himself.

Unfortunately, the unwrapping happened on the top of his noggin. Carlton’s scalp had become home to a human botfly larva, a spiny parasitic maggot that digs into living human flesh, feeds on the inflamed tissue surrounding it, and grows to more than an inch long.

“I began to notice a sort of discomfort exactly in the very top of my head,” Carlton told WIRED, recalling his horrifying experience in 1997, “and I didn’t think much of it.” He’d known about botflies, what with being an entomologist and all. But he didn’t draw the connection until an intense pain hit him every 15 to 20 minutes. That’s when he remembered that when the larvae reach a certain size, they “rotate in their little burrows in your skin, and this creates this sort of intense shooting periodic pain. So at that point the typical reaction is that you know you have a maggot in your body, and you must get it out.”

[MORE: Absurd Creature of the Week - Burrowing Botfly Grows Huge Feasting on Your Flesh]

(Source: Wired)

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26/Oct/2013
- 10 months ago

Tag: reblog

designersof:

The Forest by Linn Warme




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The Forest by Linn Warme

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get your work featured by submitting it to designersof.com

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26/Oct/2013
- 10 months ago

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From a Movie to a Movement

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05/Sep/2013
- 1 year ago

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04/Sep/2013
- 1 year ago

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The Re-Imagining of Microsoft (by Matt Weihl)

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30/Aug/2013
- 1 year ago

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OFFF 2013 Main Titles by From Form

(Source: vimeo.com)

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12/Jun/2013
- 1 year ago

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Workshop with Serial Cut

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12/Jun/2013
- 1 year ago

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