What once was used to create 3D prototypes is quickly becoming something that can be done in-home and for any item. All you need is the right equipment – 3D printer, smartphone or digital camera and materials.
Arguably, Thomas Paine’s Common Sense was a catalyst to the American Revolution. His arguments laid out formidable reasons to assert the colonies independence from King George. Lost in the power of such a document is Robert Bell, the Philadelphia printer who first published Paine’s work.
The revelation last week that the U.S. Government is spying on our Internet usage has set political pundits into overdrive. The classified program allowed under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), provides access to nine Internet servers and a wide …
Now the museum is taking some heat over a newly unveiled logo referred to as “the responsive W,” design by Dutch graphics studio Experimental Jetset. Sure a logo can be responsive, but what does that do to its branding?