Here's a link to a new tumblog that collects photos of delicious, healing hospital meals from around the world. (Thanks, Reno!).
You have to appreciate fine craftsmanship in whatever form it appears. Seeing the final results of human labor, irrespective of endeavor, has an astonishing ability to restore your faith in our species. Life on this planet may be harsh and unforgiving, but watching someone dedicate their lives to beautifying reality can suppress the feelings of… READ THE REST
Enginering students from Johns Hopkins University prototyped an edible adhesive tape, called Tastee Tape, to keep burritos and other wrapped foods sealed up during consumption. (In the image above, they used tape colored with dye.) From Johns Hopkins University: "First, we learned about the science around tape and different adhesives, and then we worked to… READ THE REST
Japanese industrial designer and former Buddhist monk Kenji Ekuan (1929-2015) designed the iconic Kikkoman soy sauce bottle in 1961. His bottle is so beautiful that MOMA considers it a work of art and has it in its collection: The bottle had to fit in with the minimalist Japanese aesthetic and be comfortable to hold— goals… READ THE REST
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. We're sure our parents had a wild time back in the day without modern media, and to some degree, we wish we could be a little less plugged in. But then we… READ THE REST