Day: September 19, 2020

The future is now, in Walker Art Center’s visionary new design exhibit

The year is 2115, and the internet is finite. In a futuristic Lagos, Nigeria, everything requires a legal online presence, from going to the doctor to running for political office. Data is the most valuable commodity. One day, a woman discovers an illegal botanical garden in the back of a warehouse, where she and others pay to disconnect from the internet.

This is “Offline,” a video by Nigerian-born, Brooklyn-based artist Olalekan Jeyifous and Lagos-based writer/editor Wale Lawal — one of 74 projects in the ambitious new exhibition “Designs for Different Futures,” at Walker Art Center.

A collaboration by the Walker,

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Nature inspired decals for your home wall decor

Who doesn’t like to decorate the walls of their home? But the idea seems too hassling and many give up on their wishes as not everyone can get themselves expensive paintings, lightings, and other decorative fixtures. So how do you fill-up the emptiness of the walls in your house?

Beautiful nature inspired wall decals, which are also known as wall stickers, can be used as a great alternative as decor options. These decals with nature’s essence will light up your home space and add freshness to your space.

We’ve listed some great decal options to choose from so you can

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“Feel-good lounge” interior maximizes space, simplifies interface

The 2021 Volkswagen ID.4 electric crossover will have an interior layout fairly similar to its ID.3 hatchback sibling.

That’s based on interior images VW released Friday. The ID.4 won’t be fully revealed until September 23, but it’s due for a production start later this fall and a U.S. arrival by the end of this year.

As in the ID.3, the dashboard is largely bare except for a central touchscreen and a digital instrument cluster. It also incorporates ID Light, an LED strip below the windshield that uses different-colored lights to convey messages, such as when the car has been locked

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“As If Shaped By The Wind Itself”

a close up of a car: Volkswagen ID.4

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Volkswagen ID.4

Volkswagen describes the ID.4’s design as such: superior power, packaged in organic forms.

Ahead of the unveiling of the ID.4, Volkswagen has released a new blog post about the exterior design of its first all-electric crossover/SUV.

The company highlighted three hallmarks of the ID.4: powerful proportions, flowing lines and sculptured rear.

Klaus Zyciora, the Head of Design for the Volkswagen Group, who designed the car together with his team, describes:

“The ID.4 represents an electric design evolution. Its exterior design is clean, flowing and powerful. It appears strong and self-confident in a new way. This

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