Everyday Objects

Arielle Assouline-Lichten designs furniture for everyone

[ad_1] Brooklyn-based designer Arielle Assouline-Lichten was trained in architecture at Harvard Graduate School of Design and has a substantial resume that includes work for international companies such as Bjarke Ingels Group, Snøhetta, and Kengo Kuma and Associates. Except, says Assouline-Lichten, “I didn’t even go to an architecture school when I …

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‘STOMP’ returns to Dayton next week

[ad_1] Legend Jonathon Elkins from Detroit, Michigan appears on his fifth “STOMP” tour. Credit: STEVE MNICHOLAS Credit: STEVE MNICHOLAS “(We use) everyday objects so that the audience can immediately identify with themselves,” said cast member Jonathon Elkins on his fifth “STOMP” tour. “The public is able to see these objects …

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How Transitional Objects Can Help Grief

[ad_1] THEin the fall my 94 year old dad spent most of his last days in his family room, rarely moving from his gray leather seat. Within five months of his death, I transported the chair 450 miles to my home in Dallas. Sitting in his favorite piece of furniture, …

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Canberra artist wins top prize

[ad_1] Tara Murray A Fire Dream was the inspiration for the winning piece of the 2021 Geelong Acquisitive Print Prize competition. Canberra-based artist Dianne Fogwell took home the prize and the $ 10,000 prize with her piece Latency, ahead of 33 other pieces selected from across Australia. This nationally acclaimed …

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Blaze and the Monster Machines

[ad_1] Pure and simple games And Nickelodeon Today we announce the launch of the video game Blaze and the Monster Machines – City Drive Drivers The first video game for Nintendo Switch, Playstation, Xbox, Stadia and PC, based on the hit animated series: Blaze and the Monster Machines. Join Blaze, …

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Food tools: the history of our food

[ad_1] Food tools: the history of our food A new book, Tools for Food: The stories behind the objects that influence how and what we eat reveals, the changing nature of our culinary habits The history of kitchen utensils is explored in a new book, Tools for Food: The stories …

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Conor Canning lost a property license for theft

[ad_1] Baccalaureate In Paradise Star Canned Conor lost his real estate license and was also fined $ 30,000 after he stole a client database from his former employer and then repeatedly lied about it. ABC reported that a magistrate ruled that Canning, who is the manager of three real estate …

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NFTs Won’t Improve Art – Massachusetts Daily Collegian

[ad_1] Blockchain technologies are insufficient in terms of real value Parker Peters / Daily Collegian Last week, Kaiji Uno’s article “Cryptocurrency will make the world greener” was published by The Massachusetts Daily Collegian. The article talks about the “incredible innovation” of non-fungible tokens, the “magnificent” fee reduction and “limitless possibilities” …

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Irish geology exhibition opens in Dublin

[ad_1] An exhibition on the geology of Ireland that chronicles how scientists have developed their understanding of the planet over the past 175 years has opened in Dublin. Originally slated for opening in November 2020, the exhibit has been developed by the National Museum of Ireland in partnership with Geological …

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Doom Patrol: why Charles uses a baseball bat

[ad_1] As Charles Rowland brushes aside questions about his weapon choice, his Doom Patrol episode 3, “Dead Patrol,” the baseball bat makes a lot of sense. Warning: Contains spoilers for Fate Patrol episode 3. In Fate Patrol Season 3, Episode 3, “Dead Patrol,” Charles Rowland uses what may seem like …

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The largest contemporary art auction in India

[ad_1] By IANSlife New Delhi, September 26 (IANS): India’s largest contemporary art auction titled ‘Present Future’ will feature 120 works by 87 leading contemporary artists. Scheduled to take place on September 28-29, 2021, the AstaGuru auction features impressive works by artists such as Bharti Kher, Atul Dodiya, Thukral & Tagra, …

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Gucci launches Vault, an experimental online store

[ad_1] Gucci’s latest project is an online concept store that immerses viewers in the past, present and future of the house. Enter To jump, a retail experience that, according to a press release, functions as “a time machine, an archive, a library, a laboratory and a meeting place.” So what …

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Maximus Armchair by Johan Ansander for Blå Station

[ad_1] Dezeen showroom: Recent graduate Johan Ansander designed Maximus, a lounge chair for BlÃ¥ Station with the soft, bulbous shapes of a padded but all-wood seat. The Maximus armchair is carved from solid ash wood using CNC routers. Its seat, back and legs are made up of separate pieces although …

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7 works to know by Jasper Johns – ARTnews.com

[ad_1] Until 1954, Jasper Johns regularly destroyed his works of art, feeling somehow inadequate. Then everything changed. He met artist Robert Rauschenberg, with whom he was romantically involved, and he was brought into the orbit of experimental composer John Cage and choreographer Merce Cunningham, both of whom improved Johns’ understanding …

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We were promised self-driving cars. Where are they?

[ad_1] Your car was supposed to drive you now. But our miraculous future of autonomous driving is lagging behind. Just a few years ago, experts predicted America’s streets would soon be filled with autonomous vehicles. The headlines told us to wait 10 million autonomous cars on the road by 2020, …

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Richard Batterham obituary | Ceramic

[ad_1] Richard Batterham was one of the best exponents of stoneware cast pottery in what has been called the ‘Leach tradition’. His death at the age of 85 closes a chapter of a movement led by an elite group of the inter-war years including Norah braden, Michael Cardew, Bernard Leach, …

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10 fun STEM activities for kids

[ad_1] Three-year-old Hannah came home from school with a question. His teacher had placed a frozen bowl of water and plastic … Three-year-old Hannah came home from school with a question. His teacher had placed a frozen water bowl and plastic animals on the table and the class saw him …

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Skyrim: the 10 best immersion mods so far

[ad_1] Content Warning: This article contains references to violence Skyrim the out-of-the-box game mechanics are pretty solid, but as time goes on it’s easier to spot just how outdated they’ve become. For players who want to replay Skyrim nowadays, a good level of immersion is essential. However, this is difficult …

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Ladder With One Step wins Conran Shop award

[ad_1] Two Kingston University students won the prestigious New Designers Awards with a combined total value of £ 41,000. Cameron Rowley, 23, won the Conran Shop Designer of the Future First Prize with her One Step Ladder design, and Ellie Perry won The John Lewis & Partners Award for Design …

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Your concise art guide to Los Angeles for August 2021

[ad_1] Hey there! We’re back with our monthly guide. From stellar solo exhibitions on Alison Saar and Sadie Barnette to group shows that permeate the summer revelry, you can choose your own adventure with art around town right now. –Elisa Wouk Almino *** Edgar Arceneaux, “Skinning the Mirror # 11” …

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Home Politics: Textiles as American History – Isthmus

[ad_1] press release: Politics at Home: Textiles as American History, open September 1 to November 7, 2021 in the Ruth Davis Design Gallery, explores how the making, exhibiting and collecting of textiles were used throughout the American history as expressions of political beliefs, ideals and affiliations. The exhibition draws exclusively …

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Winchester Public Library announces virtual programs

[ad_1] Winchester Public Library programs are virtual, unless otherwise noted. Meeting instructions for all programs are available at http://winpublib.org/events. Upcoming virtual programs FUN FRIDAY TALE TIME: July 23 at 11:00 am Join us on the library lawn (weather permitting) for a fun story hour for all ages with song and …

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Thumb Drive Vs Flash Drive Vs Jump Drive

[ad_1] Thumb Drive Vs Flash Drive – A Matter of Semantics When you reduce it, the USB drive and USB drive refer to the same type of device. A small storage device that uses USB (Universal serial bus) interface to connect to a computer is a flash drive. The term …

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Chanel Factory 5 Pop-Up Lands in Hong Kong

[ad_1] To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the iconic N ° 5 perfume, Chanel has landed its FACTORY 5 pop-up space in Landmark, Hong Kong, offering an immersive experience in the creation of the classic perfume. With bright colors complementing the monochrome aesthetic of Chanel and everyday objects of surreal …

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Dyson Omni Glide vacuum: get around easily

[ad_1] It’s always nice to see a new product out of the box from Dyson. The constant re-imagining of everyday household objects speaks of a company that has innovation as its very DNA. That’s why I was pretty excited to see a new take on the company’s handheld vacuum. I …

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Best summer skincare launched in July 2021

[ad_1] It’s summer, all of you! This means it’s time to change up your skin care routine, because when the seasons change, your regimen probably should, too. So, to help you out, we’re sharing the novelty that we know you’ll love. Changing your diet can be scary. Is this serum …

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” From engagement rings to recipe cards

[ad_1] For years, every time Frieda Hughes opened her kitchen drawer, she saw her mother’s embossed rolling pin wink at her. “My dad gave it to me when I was about 11 and I’ve always had it with me ever since,” she says. “I even used it once, but I …

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A family saddened by the removal of the memorial

[ad_1] ROCKFORD, Ill. (WIFR) – A Rockford couple are saddened after someone has repeatedly removed their memorial. “It was pretty awful, but it was even worse than losing it all together,” said Aida White. Aida and William White have created a memorial in honor of their son Willie, who died …

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Science teacher explains: Why dark matter matters

[ad_1] The universe is around 13.8 billion years old, and we haven’t even started to understand its makeup despite scientific and technological advancements. When we think of the makeup of our universe, we automatically think of the stars, planets and galaxies, which rotate gracefully in space. But in the 1960s …

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The # 1 cause of dementia, according to science

[ad_1] According to Centers for Disaster Control and Prevention, an estimated 5 million adults have dementia, and that number is increasing every year. In fact, by 2060, they predict that number will multiply to nearly 14 million. Although it is often referred to as a disease or illness, dementia is …

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Shazam uses the body to charge smartwatches

[ad_1] Sunghoon Ivan Lee shows how the portable device is charged by the contact of his left forearm with the power transmitter under the keyboard. UMass Amherst As smartwatches are increasingly able to monitor vital signs of health, including what happens when we sleep, a problem has arisen: these wireless …

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21 awesome AR and VR tools to learn

[ad_1] Almost everyone has experienced augmented reality and virtual reality to some extent, and while they are fun, augmented reality and virtual reality can also be incredibly powerful when incorporated into it. classroom learning. During an engagement ISTELive 21 session, Jennifer Hall, NBCT, an educational technology specialist with Atlanta Public …

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3 top tech stocks that could make you rich

[ad_1] Tech stocks have seen volatile trading in the first half of 2021, and there could be more swings on the horizon. However, no matter what happens in the short term, it is likely that the tech sector will continue to produce big winners and play a disproportionate role in …

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“Artists are used to being alone; it’s our way of thinking, creating and changing ‘: Subodh Gupta

[ad_1] Well known for his sculptural work, Subodh Gupta’s designs feature everyday objects like metal plates, bowls, tiffin boxes, milk buckets and other kitchen utensils. Nicknamed the ‘Damien Hirst of Delhi’, the leading contemporary artist often explores the concept of dislocation through his creations. With his works exhibited across the …

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West Newbury Library Offers Summer Programs |

[ad_1] WEST NEWBURY – The summer reading program at GAR Memorial Library, Tales and Tails, kicks off with a story of endurance and transformation as author, adventurer and TV host Jeff Belanger leads a 19,341-foot virtual climb to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro – one of the famous Seven Summits. …

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Brain damage caused by small amounts of plasticizers

[ad_1] Plasticizers in many everyday objects can alter important brain functions in humans. Biologists from the University of Bayreuth warn of this danger in an article by Communications biology. Their study shows that even small amounts of the plasticizers bisphenol A and bisphenol S disrupt the transmission of signals between …

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WSAV NOW WEATHER: Lightning load path

[ad_1] SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – We are now in a typical summer pattern of tracking daily thunderstorms with lightning as the main threat. However, this is not part of the criteria for a storm to become severe. With so many outdoor activities here (swimming, enjoying the beach and pool, strolling …

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