Sure, high speed printers can spew out the WSJ's full daily circulation in five hours but where's the soul in that? Where's the craftsmanship? To see the magic of traditional book-making in action, check out Birth of a Book.
Ah, autumn in England — a time when the mercury drops and the reports of carnivorous cats trolling around regional rail rise meteorically. Oh wait, that's not right at all.
You know that greeting center at your local park, with the lame green placards and the sad row of vending machines? Well the Ruth Lilly Visitors Pavilion at the 100 Acres Art & Nature Park is the beastmode version.
Industrial design student Richard Wilson of the University of Leeds has transformed the ubiquitous Braun Aromaster KF20 with a captivating sci-fi style. No longer a coffee pot so unobtrusively formed that it stands to be ignored, Wilson's robo version pops. [Appliancist]