T-shirts by Zomb
Their products will only be released in April/May and already it’s generating interest.
Explosions In The Sky Poster by DKNY Studios
The idea is from an interview in which the band was described as having a “Mammoth Sound”. The GIF shows the studio’s original sketch of the design.
Here a ferrofluid climbs a spiral steel structure sitting on an electromagnet. Magnetic field lines emanating from the sculpture’s edges tend to push the ferrofluid out into long spikes—part of the normal field instability—but surface tension resists. The short, somewhat squat spikes we see are the balance struck between these opposing forces. Though known for their wild appearance, ferrofluids appear many in common applications, including hard drives, speakers, and MRI contrast agents. Researchers have also recently suggested they might help understand the behavior of the multiverse. (Photo credit: P. Davis et al.)
‘Tis the season, Ontario micro-pumpkin brews.
What if the rivers surrounding Manhattan could be used as potential public space? GSAPP student Mitchell Bush’s Water SpArrows turns the Hudson River into a recreational park by bombing it with arrows. These arrows are in fact leisure platforms that function as spaces for recreational water sports or just lounging around. The glowing air ballasts, or “arrowheads”, will make them an instantly recognizable symbol on the waterfront and attract city-dwellers.