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Steve Giralt is the engineer/photographer who rigged up that elaborating "self-assembling burger" video shoot.
Several years ago, we discovered what some had known for decades: That George Lucas' original Star Wars trilogy had borrowed, rather liberally and without giving credit, from a French comic series called Valérian and Laureline.
Jumpstart your week with our insider's guide to events in the design world. From must-see exhibitions to insightful lectures and the competitions you need to know about—here's the best of what's going on, right now.
LayerLAB, the studio’s future research division, focuses on uncovering behavioral insights to reshape everyday interactions and create forward-thinking new products.
The interface design of automobiles hasn't changed much over the decades. And when auto designers or engineers start mucking around with established conventions, care must be taken; in several cases, people have been killed by unconventionally-designed shifters*, for instance.
Love motorcycles? Icon Motosports, located in Portland Oregon, is looking for a talented Product Designer to join our industry leading motorcycle equipment design team.
Tea Machine Fantastic! La Fabrique DIY builds this amusing "tea machine" and uses a couple of surprising techniques along the way (i.e.
Powder-Coated Hammer Jimmy DiResta turns a new Estwing hammer into something more custom. Check out how he quickly creates his own contoured scraper to clean up the handle shape: Paperwork Boxes with DeWalt FlexVolt Saw Matthias Wandel's got a video sponsored by DeWalt this week.
Core77's editors spend time combing through the news so you don't have to. Here's a weekly roundup of our favorite stories from the World Wide Web.
Visitors to Japan may find themselves befuddled by the control panels on washlet toilets. There are at least nine different toilet manufacturers, each with their own graphic design team that has individually decided how to communicate various functions.
The EZ Charge Case was created to solve everyone's biggest problem with their smartphones; they die at the worst times and usually without a charger nearby.
There's one surfer bar in Budapest, Hungary, and it has a basement. In that basement is a guy in love with 70s polyester-heavy style, old school outdoor gear, and long lasting products.
I've long marveled that advertisers haven't started plastering their pitches on the insides of bathroom stalls yet.
Uber is evolving the way the world moves. By seamlessly connecting riders to drivers through our apps, we make cities more accessible, opening up more possibilities for riders and more business for drivers.
Inauguration Day is tomorrow, and it has us thinking—what objects will our newest President be remembered for post-term?
I don't think my workshop tweaking will ever truly be done, but one of the things my remodel did was give me a blank slate to start working from.
If we want to see the best of design sketching around, we never have to look much further than Coroflot's wide range of portfolios.
What do you do when you're bored? When a trio of Australian friends, Hoss Siegel, Josh Spiegel and Ross Koger, found that they "had a severe lack of creativity in our lives" they decided to do something about it.
Drinking fresh juice is easy, but the cleaning that comes after is a nightmare!! This is why we created JUISIR, an innovative cold press juicer requiring no cleaning.
On a trip to Korea in the 1990s, I discovered every café I went to had a button like this on every table: It was always off to the side, where you were unlikely to accidentally press it, and sometimes mounted on the wall.