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1950 Chevy 3100 Vintage Truck Restore / Rebuild_3: Hard Body Meets Firm Foundation


Okay, so this is where the FUN starts.

Big airplane hangar to play in.

Big forklifts to drop the body parts on the chassis (Is this a Stephen King novel? 695 more words

DIY: Do It Yourself

Working in N51N52

Our buildings are mix-use: architecture shop, area 51 shop, Upward bound education program, world music class, outing club, museum, student clubs and teams, D-Lab, international design center (IDC), integrated design & management (IDM), campus contractors, Environment health and safety (EHS), the Office of Emergency Management & Business Continuity, and the Office of Security Operations (SEMO). 511 more words

Video | Interview - Designer Duncan Meerding

Today I’d like to share a video interview with one of the designers whose work we love and feature on the store. Tasmanian Duncan Meerding is a furniture and lighting designer-maker of the traditional kind whose love of the outdoors and the ethical way in which things are made feature foremost in his design practice. 154 more words


DIY Upcycle and Restyle with Embroidered Appliqués

It’s hard to tell if the boom of embroidered appliqués/patches is just passing trend or here to stay, but the concept has certainly allowed an entire generation of like-minded designers and fashionistas to make name for themselves. 702 more words


Earth Can't Digest Anymore

We eat because that is our body requirement and we need to digest certain nutrients in order to get energy and the unnecessary parts of food which are not needed by our body are excreted so this is a normal digestive system of humans and many other living beings. 592 more words


GASTBLOG #7: Goedele Luyten over duurzaam studeren

Dan mag je nog zo braafjes met je eigen tassen en potjes boodschappen doen, stoutmoedig nee zeggen tegen alles wat verpakt is en elke druppel water nuttig gebruiken, als student kan het best wel lastig zijn om schoon en duurzaam te leven. 1,344 more words


Interview: David and Etienne | Vintage Aeroplane Upcyclers

Aeroplane enthusiasts and fellow French men based in Sydney, Australia, David Clement and Etienne Proust, have turned their part-time hobby into a fully fledged business where their pieces of restored and upcycled vintage aircraft propellers and aero-furniture are sought after by collectors and designers around the world. 1,784 more words