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hhhh都まんじゅうのギター。



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Artist Spent 50 Hour Process of Folding an Origami Samurai from A Single Square Sheet of Paper

Finnish origami artist Juho Könkkölä has just released images of an origami samurai made from a single piece of paper. Taking over 50 hours to make, the sculpture started off as a 95cm x 95cm sheet of Wenzhou paper.

The end result is a 21cm-tall origami samurai that sees great detail and stands on its own. The artist also shared a video showing the various steps it took in completing the project.

More: Instagram h/t: hypebeast

“It took a long 3 month process to design and fold the character, I decided to put some of the other projects on hold to finish it. There were a lot of challenges to make it work, but I am satisfied with the results.”












SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/01/artist-spent-50-hour-process-of-folding-an-origami-samurai-from-a-single-square-sheet-of-paper/

「オルビス/POLA」のステマ疑惑騒動で公式が釈明 「社員が勝手にやりました」

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せっかくインフルエンサー作ったのに。

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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10345144.html

Caldwell Arts Council’s Exposures Photography Competition Winner Announced

BEST OF SHOW: “Reflection” by Lily Laramie, Lenoir NC

Photographers from Alexander, Burke, Caldwell, and Catawba counties in North Carolina were invited to enter the Exposures Photography Competition, a program of the Caldwell Arts Council. Judge Lynn Willis of Valle Crucis judged the competition entries, and has selected the following award-winning photographs.

Due to COVID-19, there will be no traditional gallery show of entries or opening reception. Instead, the showcase of entries will be exhibited virtually on the Caldwell Arts Council website.

More: Caldwell Arts Council

FIRST PLACE, ABSTRACT: “Perspective” by Cindy Hedrick Day, Lenoir NC

FIRST PLACE, TRADITIONAL: “Some Pig” by Pam Helton, Lenoir NC

HONORABLE MENTION: “Embracing Death Valley” by Jeff Cline, Hickory NC

HONORABLE MENTION: “Noir Homie” by Jordan K. Ellis, Hickory NC

HONORABLE MENTION: “Flustered” by Bill Karr, Lenoir NC

HONORABLE MENTION: “Saint Johns” by Lydia Stewart, Lenoir NC

SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/01/caldwell-arts-councils-exposures-photography-competition-winner-announced/

京成本線・千住大橋駅で人身事故 「ビニール袋持った人が通って・・」「中入ってた」「大声で叫んでた・・」 電車遅延で騒然

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千住大橋駅で事故。


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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10345252.html

毎日・朝日新聞などが掲載した「女子高生、ワクチン6割超受けたくない」記事に批判殺到、削除 ⇒ 予想が当たったと話題に

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新型コロナウイルスのワクチン接種を希望するかどうか、「女子高生」に限定してアンケートしたという記事が、「ワクチンの不安や副作用を煽るような内容だ」という批判を集め、その後削除された。
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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10345249.html

パソナ、手取り7万円で契約社員1000人を募集(新卒が対象) 淡路島で研修

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パソナグループは1月20日、コロナ禍で就職先が決まっていない新卒の大学生らを対象にした契約社員の募集を始めた。最長2年間の期限付きで、募集人数は1000人。同社が本社機能の移転を進めている兵庫県淡路島で、現場研修や講座を受講させ、他の企業への就職や起業を支援するという。
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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10345243.html

Hyperloop Mojave Desert Campus by Panda Labs: Architecture in a Constant Evolution of Adaptation and Regeneration

Co-existing with its unique topography, climate and splendid scenery; Hyperloop Desert Campus is an iconic campus in one of the most sublime and reminiscent places on earth: The Mojave Desert.

Surrounded by reddish rocks and buffered in a palimpsest of mankind, to design a campus requires a series of redoubtable decisions in which the functions in the campus and these geomorphological conditions bring an indivisible combination.

More: Panda Labs

Almost the opposite of the layers of years found in the desert, Elon Musk’s Hyperloop project aims to take place in this particular scenery where the subject of the competition will be located. Being an on-going research and production project, Hyperloop aims to rewrite the means of transportation in ways that are energy, time, budget and ecologically friendly and sustainable.

The reminiscence of indestructibility and resilience found in the land form and in the reasons why we need a new transportation system suggests an equally resilient design concept to be adapted into the campus design. Therefore embraced “resilience” concept is implemented on five subjects.

Resilience as a term covers self-sufficiency and independence hence the site’s resources are subjected to independent, effective and sustainable usage. The solar gain enables the production of electrical energy from solar panels embedded on the site while rainwater collection and gray water recycling systems located in the cores distribute collected and recycled water into the building and irrigation system of courtyards to nurture local ecosystems.

The loop form gives the opportunity to create wind corridors and help passive ventilation of the interior. Another layer of resilience is the inclusive property of the design. The loops and circulatory system of the campus is designed to maximize the experience for each user type even for one-time visitors to create an invisible platform of information sharing since resilient communities only survive when they share the knowledge. Redundant character of the design is created by adapting a multi-nodal pattern of loops and cores which allow safe failure and potentiality to learn from past mistakes.

Integrated design system brings four types of buildings together each having unique features, functions and users to allow encounters and enrich the diversity feature. Flexibility in the design facilitates resilient growth and spatial management so that the building can function for many more years.

The symbiosis between the rough landscape and the iconic technology, helps The Hyperloop Desert Campus find its form The building was designed to seamlessly rise from the desert ground of Nevada; evolving above ground around four main courtyards; elegantly stretching connected spaces of four main programmatic units and two symmetric public and private spheres.

The four courtyards introduce water elements in the deserted landscape of Nevada; it attracts greenery and it is circumscribed by tall palm-trees – they represent four unique Oasis – which are the main drive of the Hyperloop Campus. The building’s design spirals up – inspired by the speed of traveling – large corridors loop around these Oasis, crossing and interchanging levels, resembling complex interchange high-ways in form and function.

The same spatial concept extends to the interior design: the Campus conciliates the high-tech identity of the Hyperloop with the rustic feel of the natural space. The visitor and the worker are invited to travel in a journey of fluid continuous spaces, graduating from natural and digital feels, public and private spaces.



SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/01/hyperloop-mojave-desert-campus-by-panda-labs-architecture-in-a-constant-evolution-of-adaptation-and-regeneration/

Cthulhu Turkey: It’s a Turkey Stuffed With Octopus That People Actually Make

People are weird. They cook and eat the strangest things. This time it’s an octopus stuffed inside a turkey, sitting on top of crab legs, and (optionally) garnished with bacon strips. This monstrous culinary invention was inspired by H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu mythos, and honestly… it looks like a crime against culinary art.

h/t: sadanduseless











SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/01/cthulhu-turkey-its-a-turkey-stuffed-with-octopus-that-people-actually-make/

Zombie Engagement Photos Capture Undying Love

Ben Lee, was determined to have an engagement photo shoot that kept his manliness in tact, so he decided his moment of undying love with Juliana Park, needed a violent zombie attack. Because couples who slay together stay together.

Juliana and Ben are now officially engaged after surviving an afternoon battling the walking dead while sharing a glass of wine in Santa Clarita. Maybe that zombie was just out geocaching.

“Juliana styled it, I staged, shot & edited it,” said photographer Amanda Rynda, “It was a super fulfilling & creative day for me thanks to Juliana & Ben and their unique view on love.”

More: Amanda Rynda, Facebook

















SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/01/zombie-engagement-photos-capture-undying-love/

西野亮廣「日本人は高いブランド品を「宗教だ~!」って騒ぎ、売る人のストーリーなどの付加価値を認めない空気感がある」

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【ブランドを作れない日本】by キンコン西野


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