• Dyson Airblade Tap
  • Posted 15 months ago by staff · Art & Design · 2428 Views
  • The latest product to join Dyson's roster of ingenious products is a new faucet named the Airblade Tap. Working in a similar way to Airblade hand dryer, which was released in 2009, the Airblade Tap is designed to be used in public restrooms and aims to make visits more hygienic. With infrared sensors that can detect hand position, the tap delivers enough water to wash your hands and then automatically activates the Airblade technology to shoot out two high-powered jets of air, which can apparently dry your hands in just 14 seconds. The Airblade Tap is launching this month and will be available directly through Dyson.

    www.dysonairblade.co.uk

  • Inside Look: Google's Tel Aviv Offices
  • 15 months ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 9108 Views
  • After recently moving to a new office space in Tel Aviv, Israel, Google hired Camenzind Evolution - a collaboration between Setter Architects and Studio Yaron Tal - to design the entire 85,000 sqft space. Occupying eight floors in Electra Tower, the offices offer incredible views...
  • February Playlist
  • 15 months ago · music · 2 Comments · 8939 Views
  • Following from the Best of 2012 roundup we're back on track with our regular monthly playlists. Featured this month we have American musician and producer Toro Y Moi, the much-debated comeback track from Justin Timberlake, a new release from everyone's favourite The Knife, and much...
  • DKNY Collaborating With Opening Ceremony
  • 15 months ago · style · 0 Comments · 3838 Views
  • In an exclusive collaboration with international retailer Opening Ceremony, New York-based fashion label DKNY will be reissuing 15 select pieces from their archives. The limited edition pieces come from DKNY's iconic streetwear collections which were first released in the early 90s...
  • Music Video Monday
  • 15 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 4980 Views
  • Music Video Monday this week features the latest visuals from Beach House, Autre Ne Veut, Kid Simpl, and Solar Years. Directed by Beach House & Max Goldman, unknown, Evan Cohen, and Jamie Harley, respectively.
  • Submission Sunday
  • 15 months ago · Art & Design · 6 Comments · 6076 Views
  • After growing up on a farm in Poland, Marzena Skubatz spent most of her time outside climbing trees and playing games, so it seems only natural that after receiving her diploma in photography in 2010 she ventured out on an Icelandic hiking trip to photograph the rugged and untamed...