Day: October 16, 2020

Let’s Dig Into The Design Of The New Nissan Z Proto

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Nissan finally pulled out of its torpor and did something exciting that didn’t involve smuggling a disgraced CEO in a suitcase: they finally showed a new Z car. If Nissan still has an iconic car in its stable, it has to be the Z, which has been around in various forms since 1969. The new Z Proto is clearly heavily inspired by the original Z, but also shows some other crucial design approaches that I think are important even without the retro inspirations. Let’s dig in a bit.

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Photo: Nissan

The original Datsun Fairlady Z

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Nature inspired decals for your home wall decor

Who doesn’t like to decorate the walls of their home? But the idea seems too hassling and many give up on their wishes as not everyone can get themselves expensive paintings, lightings, and other decorative fixtures. So how do you fill-up the emptiness of the walls in your house?

Beautiful nature inspired wall decals, which are also known as wall stickers, can be used as a great alternative as decor options. These decals with nature’s essence will light up your home space and add freshness to your space.

We’ve listed some great decal options to choose from so you can

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Design Futurist AJ Paron Urges Designers to Explore the Senses at Virtual re:Source

A glimpse at the virtual meeting space for re:Source. 

Interior Design‘s third virtual re:Source event of the year kicked off September 15 with a keynote address by EVP and Design Futurist of SANDOW Design Group, AJ Paron, who spotlighted the importance of designing with the senses in mind—hint: there are far more than five to tap into

But first, Carol Cisco, publisher of Interior Design, offered a sincere thank you to event sponsors, including: Arte, Bover Barcelona Lights, Bryan Ashley, Cancos Tiles + Stone, Carl Hansen & Søn, Country Floors, Craftmade Woodard, Expormim, Greenmood,

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Ron Cobb, ‘Back to the Future’ DeLorean Designer, Dies at 83

Cartoonist turned production designer Ron Cobb, best known for coming up the initial design of DeLorean time travel machine from “Back to the Future” has died, according to a report in the Hollywood Reporter. Cobb was 83.

Cobb died on Monday, his birthday, of Lewy body dementia in Sydney, according to his wife of 48 years, Robin Love.

Cobb’s designs help defined production design for some of the most iconic films of the 1970s and 80s. Cobb, who was born in 1937, broke into the industry in 1956 working at Disney as a breakdown artist on “Sleeping Beauty.” Cobb did

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