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Visualizing How Much Countries Spend on R&D

March 9, 2020

Innovation can be a major competitive advantage for any developed economy. However, achieving a sustainable rate of innovation isn’t necessarily a straightforward exercise. The reality is that innovation is a complex and difficult outcome to measure, and there are many different variables that factor into it at a national level. Research and development (R&D) expenditure […]

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Plexus: Exploring Textile and Architecture

March 7, 2020

Gabriel Dawe‘s site-specific installations made out of technicolor threaded filament explores the connection between textiles and architecture.

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USA Truck net income up 45% despite challenges in logistics segment

March 3, 2020

Building on positive financial trends in 2018, Van Buren-based USA Truck reported first quarter 2019 net income of $1.501 million, up 45% compared to the $1.035 million in the first quarter of 2018. It was the most profitable quarter for the shipping and logistics company since 2006. The earnings per share of 18 cents missed […]

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Studio Pepe’s Club Unseen [Milan Design Week 18]

March 2, 2020

Part of the installation of Club Unseen by Studiopepe ideas was to create a secret address where the location of a temporary club is hosted by Arianna Lelli Mami & Chiara Di Pinto during the week of Milan Salone del Mobile 2018.

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Blendscapes by Oriol Angrill Jorda

February 15, 2020

Oriol Angrill Jorda is a Spanish illustrator who works with a variety of media including pastels, watercolors, colored pencil, acrylics, graphite and charcoal. Strangely enough Jorda never planned to work in the realm of art. He had no interest in art

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‘The Psychology of Self’ by Ryan Hopkinson

February 13, 2020

‘The Psychology of Self’ is a new series of photographs and sculptures by Ryan Hopkinson in collaboration with set designer Andrew Stellitano.

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The Curious World Of Axel Creations

February 7, 2020

The son of two architects, Swedish artist Axel Brechensbauer, known as Axel, grew up in a neighborhood full of studious kids and a triangular foundation of computers, shapes and art.

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Transamerica to lay off remaining Little Rock workforce by end of This Year

February 4, 2020

    Transamerica Corp. will lay off more than 100 of its remaining employees at the company’s Employee Benefits (TEB) group in Little Rock by the end of 2019, bringing to close a long period of downsizing and job cuts that began nearly five years ago, a company spokesman told Talk Business and Politics on […]

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Kanako And The Parisian: A True Love Story

January 22, 2020

Every Parisian is familiar with Kanako, the Japonese illustrator living in Paris since 2005 and drawing for My Little Paris.

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Emmanuelle Moureaux Communicates With 100 Colors

January 18, 2020

Emmanuelle Moureaux is a French architect who moved to Tokyo to pursue what she describes as shikiri. The term shikiri, coined by Moureaux, is a made up word meaning, “dividing and creating space through colors.”

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