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Makeup artist Elvis Schmoulianoff nods to Basquiat, Fritz Lang, and more in a stop-motion film that reveals the transformative power of body paint.
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Still one of the prettiest tattoos I've ever seen.
 
The World's Most Artful Tattoo Designs: http://f-st.co/gDhsdJN
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Designed by Zuta Labs and now on Kickstarter, the Mini Mobile Robotic Printer is one for the mobile age. It cleverly sheds the bulk of consumer printing by re-imagining what a printer actually is.
What is a printer? asked Zuta Labs, then reimagined it as the Mini Mobile Robotic Printer, as small as your hand.
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This Wednesday, +Chris Gayomali interviews +Robert Hernandez live on +Fast Company. They'll be discussing Hernandez' new +University of Southern California Google Glass Journalism course.
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SO THEN WE CAME to a forest, and we entered it, though not before standing for several minutes outside of it, and peering into it, trying to determine whether the figures we could see within it, moving about in a human-like way, though without any recognizable purpose, were indeed humans, or whether they were something else. It was night. Outside the forest there was moonlight, but inside the forest there was no light except for that which our lanterns gave, and our lanterns were almost out of fuel. “Turn your burner down,” I said. “All we need is enough light that we can see a few feet ahead of us. If we can proceed like this till morning, we’ll be all right.”

-- Edward Mullany 

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Mimicking the animal's natural bouncing ability, this robot can jump forward three feet in a single bound.
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Three years after the vicious 2011 tsunami devastated Japan, University of Tokyo researchers are using UAVs to map the radioactive cleanup progress.
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"On the scale of 1 to 10, this is an 11," wrote security expert Bruce Schneier in a blog post this week. He was referring to Heartbleed, the devastating two-year-old bug that was only revealed Monday. Join Co.Design senior writer Mark Wilson for a live discussion with security expert Wayne Jackson and RedMonk analyst Donnie Berkholz about the implications of this vulnerability on Wednesday, April 9th at 3pm ET.
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When the L.A. freeway system was built in the 1940s and 1950s, the city saw the massive new roads as a magical solution for bad traffic. That clearly didn't end up being the case, and the freeways also had the unintended consequences of splitting up neighborhoods and creating more poverty. In some other cities, aging freeways are being torn up and turned into surface streets or even parks. But what happens when a place like L.A. isn't quite ready to give up existing infrastructure?

One somewhat improbable idea: Build another layer of the city over the roads, reconnecting neighborhoods by making it easier to walk. The Skyvillage design concept, proposed by a student at USC School of Architecture, is a skyscraper that would bridge over the 101-110 interchange near downtown L.A.
The Skyvillage is designed to bridge neighborhoods that are separated by highways--and make those highways a lot less dirty.
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