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Digital Art by Martin Bland.
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Digital Art by Martin Bland.
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Digital Art by Martin Bland.
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Digital Art by Martin Bland.
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Digital Art by Martin Bland.
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Digital Art by Martin Bland.
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Digital Art by Martin Bland.
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thecreativesense: Floating City - AT Design Office
Commissioned by Chinese construction company CCCC who are currently working on a bridge to connect Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai, this concept for a floating metropolis by AT Design Office is surprisingly plausible compared to similar projects. It has been designed utilising the same technologies being used in CCCC’s bridge design; itself having a large submerged section that must be constructed on land and moved into position. 
Read more about the project at: Dezeen
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thecreativesense: Floating City - AT Design Office
Commissioned by Chinese construction company CCCC who are currently working on a bridge to connect Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai, this concept for a floating metropolis by AT Design Office is surprisingly plausible compared to similar projects. It has been designed utilising the same technologies being used in CCCC’s bridge design; itself having a large submerged section that must be constructed on land and moved into position. 
Read more about the project at: Dezeen
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thecreativesense: Floating City - AT Design Office
Commissioned by Chinese construction company CCCC who are currently working on a bridge to connect Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai, this concept for a floating metropolis by AT Design Office is surprisingly plausible compared to similar projects. It has been designed utilising the same technologies being used in CCCC’s bridge design; itself having a large submerged section that must be constructed on land and moved into position. 
Read more about the project at: Dezeen
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thecreativesense: Floating City - AT Design Office
Commissioned by Chinese construction company CCCC who are currently working on a bridge to connect Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai, this concept for a floating metropolis by AT Design Office is surprisingly plausible compared to similar projects. It has been designed utilising the same technologies being used in CCCC’s bridge design; itself having a large submerged section that must be constructed on land and moved into position. 
Read more about the project at: Dezeen
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thecreativesense: Floating City - AT Design Office
Commissioned by Chinese construction company CCCC who are currently working on a bridge to connect Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai, this concept for a floating metropolis by AT Design Office is surprisingly plausible compared to similar projects. It has been designed utilising the same technologies being used in CCCC’s bridge design; itself having a large submerged section that must be constructed on land and moved into position. 
Read more about the project at: Dezeen
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thecreativesense: Floating City - AT Design Office
Commissioned by Chinese construction company CCCC who are currently working on a bridge to connect Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai, this concept for a floating metropolis by AT Design Office is surprisingly plausible compared to similar projects. It has been designed utilising the same technologies being used in CCCC’s bridge design; itself having a large submerged section that must be constructed on land and moved into position. 
Read more about the project at: Dezeen
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thecreativesense: Floating City - AT Design Office
Commissioned by Chinese construction company CCCC who are currently working on a bridge to connect Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai, this concept for a floating metropolis by AT Design Office is surprisingly plausible compared to similar projects. It has been designed utilising the same technologies being used in CCCC’s bridge design; itself having a large submerged section that must be constructed on land and moved into position. 
Read more about the project at: Dezeen
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thecreativesenseFloating City - AT Design Office

Commissioned by Chinese construction company CCCC who are currently working on a bridge to connect Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai, this concept for a floating metropolis by AT Design Office is surprisingly plausible compared to similar projects. It has been designed utilising the same technologies being used in CCCC’s bridge design; itself having a large submerged section that must be constructed on land and moved into position. 

Read more about the project at: Dezeen

Source: thecreativesense

6design, art, concept, conceptart, concept art, graphics, tech, technology, scifi, science fiction, future,

Dishwasher master skills
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The first poster for The Hobbit 3:The Battle of the Five Armies has arrived; while it’s not exactly a shock, seeing a very, very angry Smaug descend on Laketown and Bard is still pretty badass. Here’s hoping that this means movie #3 is more like movie #2, at least in terms of excitement. (via Smaug Is So Pissed On The First Hobbit: Battle Of Five Armies Poster)

Source: io9.com

6movies, tolkien, smaug, hobbit, hobbits, lord of the rings, bard, dragon, fantasy, followback, follow, f4f, followforfollow, poster, fun,

Scientists at the University of Iowa have developed a vaccine that combats dust mite allergies by naturally switching off the body’s immune response. It’s welcome news for the millions of people who suffer from mite-induced breathing difficulties. (via A ‘Nano Vaccine’ That Combats Dust Mite Allergies)

Source: io9.com

6science, allergies, dust, dust mites, f4f, followforfolow, followback, medicene, modern world,

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thecreativesense: Floating City - AT Design Office
Commissioned by Chinese construction company CCCC who are currently working on a bridge to connect Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai, this concept for a floating metropolis by AT Design Office is surprisingly plausible compared to similar projects. It has been designed utilising the same technologies being used in CCCC’s bridge design; itself having a large submerged section that must be constructed on land and moved into position. 
Comprised of prefabricated hexagonal modules tessellated together to form an island, the concept would be connected via transportation networks of submarines and yachts, and would feature expansive green spaces above and below the waterline that would provide areas for growth and recreation. Underground tunnels would also provide roads and walkways between modules.
Read more about the project at: Dezeen
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thecreativesense: Floating City - AT Design Office
Commissioned by Chinese construction company CCCC who are currently working on a bridge to connect Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai, this concept for a floating metropolis by AT Design Office is surprisingly plausible compared to similar projects. It has been designed utilising the same technologies being used in CCCC’s bridge design; itself having a large submerged section that must be constructed on land and moved into position. 
Comprised of prefabricated hexagonal modules tessellated together to form an island, the concept would be connected via transportation networks of submarines and yachts, and would feature expansive green spaces above and below the waterline that would provide areas for growth and recreation. Underground tunnels would also provide roads and walkways between modules.
Read more about the project at: Dezeen
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thecreativesense: Floating City - AT Design Office
Commissioned by Chinese construction company CCCC who are currently working on a bridge to connect Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai, this concept for a floating metropolis by AT Design Office is surprisingly plausible compared to similar projects. It has been designed utilising the same technologies being used in CCCC’s bridge design; itself having a large submerged section that must be constructed on land and moved into position. 
Comprised of prefabricated hexagonal modules tessellated together to form an island, the concept would be connected via transportation networks of submarines and yachts, and would feature expansive green spaces above and below the waterline that would provide areas for growth and recreation. Underground tunnels would also provide roads and walkways between modules.
Read more about the project at: Dezeen
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thecreativesense: Floating City - AT Design Office
Commissioned by Chinese construction company CCCC who are currently working on a bridge to connect Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai, this concept for a floating metropolis by AT Design Office is surprisingly plausible compared to similar projects. It has been designed utilising the same technologies being used in CCCC’s bridge design; itself having a large submerged section that must be constructed on land and moved into position. 
Comprised of prefabricated hexagonal modules tessellated together to form an island, the concept would be connected via transportation networks of submarines and yachts, and would feature expansive green spaces above and below the waterline that would provide areas for growth and recreation. Underground tunnels would also provide roads and walkways between modules.
Read more about the project at: Dezeen
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thecreativesense: Floating City - AT Design Office
Commissioned by Chinese construction company CCCC who are currently working on a bridge to connect Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai, this concept for a floating metropolis by AT Design Office is surprisingly plausible compared to similar projects. It has been designed utilising the same technologies being used in CCCC’s bridge design; itself having a large submerged section that must be constructed on land and moved into position. 
Comprised of prefabricated hexagonal modules tessellated together to form an island, the concept would be connected via transportation networks of submarines and yachts, and would feature expansive green spaces above and below the waterline that would provide areas for growth and recreation. Underground tunnels would also provide roads and walkways between modules.
Read more about the project at: Dezeen
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thecreativesense: Floating City - AT Design Office
Commissioned by Chinese construction company CCCC who are currently working on a bridge to connect Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai, this concept for a floating metropolis by AT Design Office is surprisingly plausible compared to similar projects. It has been designed utilising the same technologies being used in CCCC’s bridge design; itself having a large submerged section that must be constructed on land and moved into position. 
Comprised of prefabricated hexagonal modules tessellated together to form an island, the concept would be connected via transportation networks of submarines and yachts, and would feature expansive green spaces above and below the waterline that would provide areas for growth and recreation. Underground tunnels would also provide roads and walkways between modules.
Read more about the project at: Dezeen
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thecreativesense: Floating City - AT Design Office
Commissioned by Chinese construction company CCCC who are currently working on a bridge to connect Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai, this concept for a floating metropolis by AT Design Office is surprisingly plausible compared to similar projects. It has been designed utilising the same technologies being used in CCCC’s bridge design; itself having a large submerged section that must be constructed on land and moved into position. 
Comprised of prefabricated hexagonal modules tessellated together to form an island, the concept would be connected via transportation networks of submarines and yachts, and would feature expansive green spaces above and below the waterline that would provide areas for growth and recreation. Underground tunnels would also provide roads and walkways between modules.
Read more about the project at: Dezeen
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thecreativesenseFloating City - AT Design Office

Commissioned by Chinese construction company CCCC who are currently working on a bridge to connect Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai, this concept for a floating metropolis by AT Design Office is surprisingly plausible compared to similar projects. It has been designed utilising the same technologies being used in CCCC’s bridge design; itself having a large submerged section that must be constructed on land and moved into position. 

Comprised of prefabricated hexagonal modules tessellated together to form an island, the concept would be connected via transportation networks of submarines and yachts, and would feature expansive green spaces above and below the waterline that would provide areas for growth and recreation. Underground tunnels would also provide roads and walkways between modules.

Read more about the project at: Dezeen

Source: thecreativesense

6rollership, 30th, May, 2014, May 30th 2014, design, tech, technology, art, concept, conceptart, concept art, graphics, scifi, science fiction, future,

(via Howwlr)

Howwlr is a collaborative joke writing site that asks users to creative jokes with each other.

Source: howwlr.com

6fun, jokes, web 2.0, collaboration, joke, people, beta, startup, laugh,

(via HabitRPG) Improve Your Habits By Playing A Game

HabitRPG is a video game to help you improve real life habits. It “gamifies” your life by turning all your tasks (habits, dailies, and to-dos) into little monsters you have to conquer. The better you are at this, the more you progress in the game. If you slip up in life, your character starts backsliding in the game.

Source: habitrpg.com

6mobile life, app, apps, games, habit, habits, extensions, innovation, startup, startups,

mulkproductdesign:

The Compendium Lamp by Daniel Rybakken uses a strip of LEDs aimed at the wall to create a kind of soft ‘ambient light’ rather than a spot light.
Images from Mocoloco.
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The Compendium Lamp by Daniel Rybakken uses a strip of LEDs aimed at the wall to create a kind of soft ‘ambient light’ rather than a spot light.
Images from Mocoloco.
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The Compendium Lamp by Daniel Rybakken uses a strip of LEDs aimed at the wall to create a kind of soft ‘ambient light’ rather than a spot light.
Images from Mocoloco.
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The Compendium Lamp by Daniel Rybakken uses a strip of LEDs aimed at the wall to create a kind of soft ‘ambient light’ rather than a spot light.

Images from Mocoloco.

Source: mulkproductdesign

6lighting design, design, product design, industrial design, mulkproductdesign, 23rd, May, 2014, May 23rd 2014, light,

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