Posts Tagged ‘future craft’

going to the Salone Internazionale de Mobile this year has been one of the most mind-boggling experiences of my entire life. little did i know what was in store after capriciously buying my $80 EasyJet roundtrip ticket to Milan back in early February.  our first impression after exiting the unbreathably-sardiney metro at Rho: billowingly snakey, […]


the origin of women’s dresses in the 19th century: “Dresses increased dramatically to the hoopskirt and crinoline-supported styles of the 1860s; then fullness was draped and drawn to the back by means of bustles. Dresses were generally one-piece garments from 1800 through the 1840s; after that it became common for a dress to be made […]



over the past few years, the messenger bag has established itself pretty well as a status symbol. i would say that the TIMBUK2 ‘classic messenger’ is to outdoorsy bobos as the birkin bag is to aspiring lindsay lohans. with high-tech ‘stylistic utility’ features like  “LTD Grip Fabric exterior in a never before seen 4 panel […]


Q Drum: Water Transportation Made Easier “The Q Drum eases the task of fetching water for peoples in developing nations. Climate change has required a countless number of people all around the world to travel greater distances to retrieve water for everyday use. The Q Drum allows a child to pull the full capacity of […]