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Kombucha was just the beginning. This designer wants to create a bacteria-based food industry

Kombucha was just the beginning. This designer wants to create a bacteria-based food industry

advertisementadvertisementadvertisementadvertisementadvertisementThe experience of eating out with friends looks very different these days, if it happens at all, due to social distancing measures. Designer Marek Głogowski, a recent graduate of Design Academy Eindhoven, wants to change the actual food you eat too.advertisementGłogowski’s thesis project, , is a conceptual “metabolized restaurant” that challenges consumers to reconsider where the food they eat every day comes from. He does this by offering up new menu items: food derived from bacterial cultures and made solely through...

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The wild history of ballot designs—and what they say about our democracy

The wild history of ballot designs—and what they say about our democracy

advertisementadvertisementThe presidential election is mere weeks away, and ballots are being cast as we speak—at the polls, in drop-off boxes, or popped  in the mail.advertisementadvertisementIn This Is What Democracy Looked Like: A Visual History of the Printed Ballot, author Alicia Yin Cheng, looks at ballots throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. Cheng, founding partner of design agency Mgmt, reveals how their colors, text, images, and decoration often say even more than the candidates up for election that cycle. The ballots are material evidence that show the evolution of voting—and...

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Hate masks? Try this Space Age helmet instead

Hate masks? Try this Space Age helmet instead

advertisementadvertisementGround control to Major Tom: Sanitize your hands and put your helmet on. Pandemic gear that looks straight-up celestial has come to Earth.advertisementA new, fully enclosed helmet called has been released by Hall Labs, a Utah-based tech, material science, and manufacturing incubator. The helmet looks like what an astronaut might wear to space: Washable black fabric secures it tightly around the neck and attaches to a clear acrylic half-dome, which curves over the face from the back of the head to below the chin. It’s currently available for pre-order for $199, and...

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