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Coloring Book For Grown-Ups Mocks Adult Life

Ryan Hunter and Taige Jensen, two comedians based in Brooklyn, New York, have published a darkly hilarious coloring book called “Coloring For Grown-Ups: The Adult Activity Book” that is filled with sketchy and twisted activities for adults.

GIGABay and Ceres G Space Tourism Team by Oscar Viñals

GIGABay and Ceres G Space Tourism Team is an ambitious proposal from Oscar Vinals , one of our favorite transportation designers that focuses on space tourism subject. We’ve been dreaming of the possibility to enjoy space adventure, becoming a privileged space tourist, now that dream looks like coming true, thanks to many Space Tourism projects which are in development today. The proposal here consists of a large cargo plane called GIGABay and a spaceship shuttle called “Ceres G”, a compact vehicle built with the latest generation of high tech materials. You can read step by step details on how this system works in Vinals’ own words. 1. The “GIGABay” loads on its special cargo bay, there are 3 Spaceships “Ceres G”, one is at the launch pad and the other 2 subjected in a system similar to an industrial chain production, are located in the ceiling of the cargo bay. After launching the first vehicle “Ceres G”, the system loads another vehicle on the catapult launch, until all three spac

Discreet Concept Watch Uses Subtle Side-Reading Method

Discreet concept watch is actually the newer version from the old one that features round shape. This time, it offers more modern design with the same principle. This minimalist watch offers a completely blank display, the time is read through subtle side-reading method. It certainly sparks many questions from others since this watch doesn’t offer any front display just like standard watches. Although it looks really cool, we still think it would be great if there’s a hidden mechanism to display the time on the surface. Every number will be represented by dots, only midsections of numbers are displayed, yeah, it can be pretty tricky but still readable. Designer : Jacques for [ Tokyoflash ] Discreet Concept Watch Uses Subtle Side-Reading Method is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

Hillside House by GASS Architecture Studios

GASS Architecture Studios have designed Hillside, a family home in Stellenbosch, South Africa. Project description Situated on the slopes of the Helderberg Mountains in Stellenbosch and nestled between rolling vineyards, a koppie (small granite hill) and a river below, Hillside is simultaneously arresting and juxtaposed as fits flawlessly into its surroundings. You approach the house up a steep driveway meandering through the vineyards. The driveway and the forecourt are a modern interpretation of a traditional farmhouse. This is characterised overall by the planning of the house’s location but also more specifically by the gravel driveway, expansive forecourt, drive-in open garaging reminiscent of a barn and water feature evocative of an animal’s drinking trough. This modern drinking trough is then fed by a modernist architectural waterspout from the roof of the house. These farmhouse characteristics are not just visual either. Other senses are also stim