This is how Simon Stålenhag sees the future. Pretty awesome.
Almost all products today are made in China. Now you have an unique opportunity to see chinese versions of popular products and brands.
In Demon Hill, the rules of gravity don’t apply as you expect them to. Down is not down, exactly. The room, created by Los Angeles artist Julian Hoeber and on display at the Harris Lieberman Gallery in New York, is modelled on a stock roadside attraction, Hoeber says. It’s based on a simple trick: the room is tilted on a compound angle. The result is disorienting and highly popular — drawing about 20,000 people when it appeared in L.A. Michael Landy, professor of neural science and psychology at New York University, explains how the piece creates a battle between our senses.
Advertisers spend a lot of time and money coming up with the right logo for their product. So it’s no surprise that there’s usually more to a logo than what you may notice at first glance. Many actually have some pretty cool hidden designs.
Warning: these advertisements use racial caricatures and xenophobia to sell otherwise innocuous items.
The Chinese scientist knows 20 000 characters. To be able to read the Chinese literature it is enough to know 1000. With knowledge of 200 characters you can understand 40% of the literature, road signs, restaurant menus, websites or newspapers. To start learning it is simple enough to remember only 8 characters.