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quarterwire:

I miss that show.

:-)

quarterwire:

I miss that show.

:-)

(Source : televandalist)

C’est la rentrée à Lille. Je reprends le fil du projet EtSi
Et si tu avais du temps ?”I would work on my portfolio.”Tora, rue Esquermoise, Lille, le 31 juillet 2014.

C’est la rentrée à Lille. Je reprends le fil du projet EtSi

Et si tu avais du temps ?
”I would work on my portfolio.”
Tora, rue Esquermoise, Lille, le 31 juillet 2014.

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cgiorgi:

Gartner Hype cycle 2014.
Via http://www.maximegarrigues.com/le-hype-circle-2014-de-gartner/

cgiorgi:

Gartner Hype cycle 2014.

Via http://www.maximegarrigues.com/le-hype-circle-2014-de-gartner/

(via erdelcroix)

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Photo d’identité non conforme à la norme ISO/IEC 19794-5. Un projet de portrait amusant.

fastcompany:

The Range of Faces People Make While Being Tasered Is Surprisingly Vast

"« Un petit groupe de citoyens engagés et réfléchis est capable de changer le monde. D’ailleurs rien d’autre n’y est jamais parvenu.»"

Margaret Mead

the onion écrit des articles satiriques.unconsumption:

theonion:



Experts: “We can just keep using the chairs we have.”


"According to the report, chair production can cease entirely with no negative consequences for American consumers, as the many good chairs now on store shelves and available at garage sales are sufficient to satisfy the country’s seating requirements for the immediate future." 
Amusing. And a good reminder that so many existing items can be found in second-hand shops and/or in antique stores, listed on Craigslist, Freecycle, eBay, and even found in many of your friends’ homes and/or those of family members (“hi, Dad!”); so why would consumers need to buy newly made merchandise?!
Yeah, reuse! 

the onion écrit des articles satiriques.

unconsumption:

theonion:

"According to the report, chair production can cease entirely with no negative consequences for American consumers, as the many good chairs now on store shelves and available at garage sales are sufficient to satisfy the country’s seating requirements for the immediate future." 

Amusing. And a good reminder that so many existing items can be found in second-hand shops and/or in antique stores, listed on Craigslist, Freecycle, eBay, and even found in many of your friends’ homes and/or those of family members (“hi, Dad!”); so why would consumers need to buy newly made merchandise?!

Yeah, reuse! 

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fastcompany:

Sometimes a good diversion is exactly what you need to get back on track.
“In some ways distractions are a form of mindfulness—being mindful of your environment and noticing more new things. Being open to them allows for the ability to take bits of information and combine them in novel ways that are useful or adaptive.”
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fastcompany:

Sometimes a good diversion is exactly what you need to get back on track.

“In some ways distractions are a form of mindfulness—being mindful of your environment and noticing more new things. Being open to them allows for the ability to take bits of information and combine them in novel ways that are useful or adaptive.”

Read More>

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"L’inventeur de la publicité pop-up s’excuse"

Europe1 (à cause de José Payalé)

Non, ça n’est pas une blague !

(Source : ajustetitre)

#reuse #advertisingspace

junkculture:

Guerilla Artists Reclaim Corporate Advertising Spaces in Cities Across the UK

(via murketing)

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#reuse #railway

urbanbricolage:

publicdesignfestival:

With a jump back to the future, the duo of artists HeHe has been carrying out The Train Project, developing unconventional prototypes of railway vehicles tested on abandoned tracks in the form of performances. 

They made their own rail transport. Are they going to offer it as a public service?

Bleu auvergne on Flickr.

Bleu auvergne on Flickr.

eartheasy:

A little Monday Motivation!

eartheasy:

A little Monday Motivation!

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cyberlabe:

Qu’est-ce que le design thinking ?

cyberlabe:

Qu’est-ce que le design thinking ?

(Source : youtube.com, via erdelcroix)