Seeing as tomorrow is Dia de las Madres, here’s my favorite Yo Mama joke.
Chilean illustrator, Alvaro Tapia Hidalgo, breathes colorful new life into classic anatomical illustrations from the 1700s and 1800s.
“Douglas Fairbanks using a huge megaphone to communicate with hundreds of extras during the filming of 1922’s “Robin Hood.” Cumbersome devices like these were necessary before electronically amplified sound was developed.”
Fritz Goro on assignment off Bikini Atoll, shooting photographs for LIFE magazine, 1953 — see his work here.
(Fritz Goro—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
Caux Collective Redirects: Innventia
When Swedish research company Innventia recently teamed up with designers Anna Glansén and Hanna Billqvist from design agency Tomorrow Machine they sought to develop a sustainable package customized for freeze-dried food. In doing so they may well have hit the jackpot, combining the knowledge of scientists and the creativity of designers, paving the way for the future of sustainable packaging.
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