It’s Chicago Day at the Columbian Exposition!, 1893, Chicago.
On this date, chosen to commemorate the anniversary of the Great Fire, the fair would break records with over 715,000 people visiting the grounds in one day.
"The World United at Chicago"
Sharing my birthday with Chicago Day is really cool.
Can’t wait for the MONSTER CONCERT!
Q3 Deviant Review Vine Compilation
Every 3 months at work we choose an artist to create an original piece that represents the top technology stories from the last quarter.
We’ve had a graffiti artist, a poet and now, a viner.
We tapped artist Jason Mante (my current favorite Vine artist) to create a series of Vines based on this quarter’s stories. This is a compilation of the result.
I love how the 10 vines strung together creates this schizophrenic, dystopian channel surfing feel.
“For many—and for better or for worse—the BlackBerry marked the dawn of a modern era in which work doesn’t end at five o’clock but, rather, follows you home and stays by your side, blinking that little red light like a faithful pet that feels neglected.”
Today’s happiest man alive.
The Living Cube by
I moved into a apartment studio without storage room. So i made a minimalistic cube design with a shelf for my vinyl collection, my TV, Clothes and Shoes. On the cube is a guest bed and inside the cube is a lot of storage space. Remo from www.holzlaborbern.ch transferred my sketches very beautifully. My friend and Photographer Rob Lewis made this great photos. Info via Behance
Dude. This would be a DREAM come true if i could have one of these in my studio apartment. I mean, after a few glasses of wine i wouldn’t be able to get to my damn bed, but whatever! SOMEBODY TAKE MY MONEY.
Oh man. Placespo.
I want to move to a studio like woah and this just put me over the edge.
Burning Man… has become a place where CEOs, venture capitalists and startuppers can network (while wearing, at most, swimsuits). While neither money, branding nor barter are allowed, suddenly companies are getting funded, co-founders are meeting, and people are getting jobs right on the playa. Among the 68,000 costumed and dust-covered attendees are some unexpected names - Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg goes. So do Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page. And Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk. Anarchists parking Priuses next to ramshackle tents and tarps are now sharing the sand with wealthy techies arriving, via private jets, at luxury desert camps fully staffed with cooks, masseuses and assistants…
'It's hard to be a billionaire at Burning Man, even though there are so many of them.'”