顔を見るだけで「サイコパス」を見抜ける研究結果 ◯◯が長い人間は要注意!?

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ドイツのヨハン・ヴォルフガング・ゲーテ大学の研究グループが、サイコパスを外見で見抜けるかもしれないという驚くべき研究結果を発表し、海外メディアを騒がせているという。 続きを読む

SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/8975932.html

An Artist Built a Tower in the Water to Give You a Different Perspective

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Artist and designer Florent Albinet, has created GABIE, an installation open to the public at Domaine de Chamarande in Essone, France, until November 1st, 2015.

To reach the tower, you ride on a tethered platform that docks at the base of the 6 meter (20ft) tall tower. From there, you climb aboard your seat and peddle your way to the top, where you can relax and enjoy the view of the surrounding area.

“The Gabie Project stems from a desire to explore and inhabit new landscapes. New landscapes? Our environment would seem to have already been entirely explored or visited. Technology now allows us to see nearly all of the Earth’s surface, giving us seemingly omniscient vision.”, explains an artist.

“That is, unless we make our minds available and open to the discovery of new territories! At the border between the oneiric and the real, each of us possesses individual spaces to discover, our own “terra incognita,” but only on the condition that we transcend preconceived notions.”

“There are as many perceptions of a landscape as there are individuals in the world. The notion of the landscape cannot be dissociated from its subjective dimension. Without the observer, there is no vision; without vision, there is no landscape!”

“Each of us may thus perceive an environment according to our own experiences. To discover new territories requires the cultivation of one’s experience; in order; to develop one’s creativity one must reorient perception of the world.”

“My imagination is drawn toward marine environments. This space in perpetual movement, mirroring our subconscious, fascinates me for its elusiveness. By studying movement, wave formation, material structure, and hydrostatics, I was able to define the parameters of my new project. It would in no way resemble the habitual constructions which permit us to navigate this milieu (rafts, sailboats…).”

“Contemplation of the marine environment is its objective. Because of the need to cultivate experience, construction of the object is in itself an integral part of the project.”

“The use of techniques and materials which are manageable at a personal level allow for all of the inputs of this experiment to be controlled, its parameters varied.”

“Like a new Robinson Crusoe, building this project was akin to building a new world according to private needs and capacities. The fantasy of positioning oneself in the role of a Leonard da Vinci, at the outset of a new civilization, inspires me.”

“This developed inventiveness is motivated by a desire to fully live in the world, to discover new intentions, based on methodical observation and analysis of our environment.”

Via Contemporist. Photography by Florent Albinet.

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/09/an-artist-built-a-tower-in-the-water-to-give-you-a-different-perspective/

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feeling sad? you need this blog on your dash!

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AccessPress Mag : Free Responsive Magazine WordPress Theme

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AccessPress Mag is free responsive magazine WordPress theme that come with clean, modern, and well-designed. It is an ideal choice for any kind of website, especially for fashion magazine sites, News, tech magazine, and others.





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SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/09/accesspress-mag-free-responsive-magazine-wordpress-theme/

Stunning Hand Lettering Work by Tobias Hall

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Stunning Hand Lettering Work by Tobias Hall freelance illustrator, designer and mural artist working out of London. His hand-lettering portfolio is really impressive, including work for GAP, Holiday Inn, University of Pittsburgh, Lululemon, Net Magazine, Universal Music,Digital Arts Magazine among others.





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SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/09/stunning-hand-lettering-work-by-tobias-hall/

Urban Abstractions : Architecture Photography by Martin Dietrich

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Martin Dietrich. His photos mostly about lines, shapes, architecture and minimalism.





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SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/09/urban-abstractions-architecture-photography-by-martin-dietrich/

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feeling sad? you need this blog on your dash!

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Jocelyn Hobbie Paintings

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Jocelyn Hobbie is an artist working and living in Brooklyn, NY. Her main theme has details of the female body and face.

She uses vibrant, energetic colours with her style being a sense of vintage. While painting the face she depicts feelings and even senses of the protagonists.

Frustration, anxiety, melancholy, reflection. Her paintings have, apart from the present stance of the moment, the outlook of later stages of the lives of the heroines. And all these are merged to a painting, the result is impressive.



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SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/09/jocelyn-hobbie-paintings/

Globe Decorating Lights

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Brighten up your space in a unique and personal way.




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SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/09/globe-decorating-lights/

RJR chair

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The project comes within the cooperation with the web platform Slow/d, which is a community where designers, artisans, big companies, associations and institutions can meet to create new products together, helping them to find new markets.

Slow/d wants a revolution based on a “peer to peer“ system of production focused on final customers, territory and its craftsmen know-how. The energy is optimized to the minimum to manage logistics of transport and shipping, with a real reduction in distribution costs.

The idea is to create a design object which is reproducible by the most different craft companies spread throughout Italy, in a sort of chain sustainable for humans and the environment.


Basically you can buy from the website and the closest craftsman to you produces the design piece in Slow/d catalogue.

Mario Alessiani has designed a wooden chair with a line that can be hypothetically build by any carpenter. That is why the essential simplicity of the lines, auctions and plans, related to the use of traditional woodworking tools but with something more: a twist , obtained with the rotation of the slightly reclining backrest.

Thought at any time of its use, RJR creates a geometric pattern when stacked.

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/09/rjr-chair/