The cover of this month’s Wired magazine shows Makerbot’s founder, Bre Pettis, holding the Replicator 2, the company’s slick new 3-D printer. A few lines of accompanying text make a bold pronouncement: "This machine will change the world." The article itself hedges that bet a bit. The gist is that even if the Replicator 2 isn’t the 3-D printer that finds its way into the home of John Q. Public, its polished build and ease of use signal an important step toward that future. But if we’re being honest, your average person probably hasn’t even heard of 3-D printing, and if he has, he probably doesn’t have much of an idea what it could do for him.
The Hundreds is the world’s first social merchandising company. Now in its 10th year, the global brand is a 2-part lifestyle project that houses both a clothing line and online-magazine. Co-founded by Ben and Bobby Hundreds in 2003, both ends of The Hundreds incorporate our trademark attitude and personal perspective on street subculture, with an emphasis on people over product. The Hundreds apparel is inspired by LOS ANGELES LIFESTYLE / CALIFORNIA CULTURE and Southern California’s skateboarding, surf, punk, and hip-hop cultures. The design is reminiscent of 1980s surf-culture t-shirts, independent skateboard company apparel of the 1990s, and the advent of “streetwear” at the end of the millennium.
What is Algorithm Ink? Algorithm Ink is a port and extension of Context Free by Aza Raskin . The original grammar was originally conceived of by Chris Coyne .
For the student or graduate of fashion, it would be fair to say breaking into the London fashion scene is high up on the â€˜to-doâ€™ list.Â Alongside Paris, Milan and New York, London claims the title of being one of the fashion capitals of the world, harbouring some of the most sought-after designers and never failing to produce fresh talent each year from some of the most prestigious fashion schools and colleges.Â Itâ€™s such a highly sought-after career path that it seems like the young and inexperienced are willing to undergo exploitation in order to secure their dream job.