Everyday Objects

The designer is inspired by everyday household objects for the January outfit challenge

From tubes of toothpaste to bottles of bleach, one woman brightened up the month of January by wearing outfits inspired by everyday objects. Taryn de Vere, writer and designer from County Donegal, Ireland, took on a style challenge: dressing up as a different household product every day to make January …

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Meta Says Its AI Improves The Quality Of Speech Recognition By Lip Reading

Hear from CIOs, CTOs, and other senior executives and leaders on data and AI strategies at the Future of Work Summit on January 12, 2022. Learn more People perceive speech both by listening to it and by observing the movements of the speaker’s lips. In fact, studies show that visual …

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The ad for the campaign to attack the Capitol asks, “What if they were black?” “

Over the past six months, the House committee investigating the January 6 insurgency in Washington, DC, has interviewed hundreds of witnesses and reviewed tens of thousands of documents, and are now preparing to make their findings public. But as more details come to light, and some distributed consequences, there remains …

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Drexel Unveils ‘Museum of Where We Are’ Exhibition of Student Design History | Now

Many of us believe that the objects or works of art found in a museum go far beyond what we could contribute to the history of our world. But a class at Drexel University aimed to teach students that there is beauty, story, and meaning in everyday objects all around …

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The Vibal Foundation celebrates Filipino art with The Art of Window, Display, and Design

Vibal Foundation (VFI) has released the latest addition to its growing Fifty Shades of Philippine Art series: Window Art, Display and Design, written by Chito Vijandre and Ricky Toledo. The book was launched during VFI’s virtual event, which honors its matriarch, Esther Vibal. Richly complemented by more than 500 beautiful …

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Cameron Rowley: Wallpaper * Next Generation 2022

Cameron Rowley’s minimal stepladder takes inspiration from traditional tools Our Next Generation 2022 showcase highlights 22 exceptional graduates from around the world, in seven creative fields. Here we feature furniture design graduate Cameron Rowley from Kingston University, UK The first steps in the world of design for the London designer …

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Friends Two reflects a long-standing friendship, love of craftsmanship | News

LUCI WELDON / The Warren Record Longtime friends Betty Rollinson, left, and Deborah Robertson operated Friends Two, a gift and craft store on Warrenton’s main street. For Betty Rollinson and Deborah Robertson, the name Friends Two is perfect for the gift and craft store they operate on Warrenton’s Main Street. …

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Artist Joshua Cruz on STOMP National Tour

STOMP’s punchy beats and electrifying performers have amazed audiences for 30 years, and the stage phenomenon is currently making its way across the United States on a nationwide tour! Mix dance and performance with music created using everyday objects, such as mdustbins, brooms, dustbins, Zippo lighters and more, STOMP is …

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NFT – The New Investment Trend – Greek City Times

Market revenue jumped to $ 22 billion in 2021 from $ 100 million in 2020 The global non-fungible token market has reached $ 22 billion in just one year, as the new investment craze has converted NFTs – certificates (in electronic form) proving the authenticity of digital objects – into …

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How a real NASA patch anchors Netflix’s ‘Don’t Look Up’ in reality

23 December 2021 – “Speaking of your office, the Planetary Defense Coordination Office, you have the patch there. In fact, I was observing a little Latin phrase at the bottom, what does that mean?” “‘Hic Servare Diem’, which means ‘Here to save the day.'” This exchange, between a NASA commentator …

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