Open Source T-Shirts

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to.be, the online creative platform, has partnered with the continually ahead-of-the-curve DIS Magazine to offer a range of open-source T-shirts. With a collection of images chosen by the creatives at DIS, users can modify, alter and create one of a kind shirts for just $40 or a large print for $45. The internet-inspired aesthetic along with the user-guided designs speak to the undercurrents of the …

Designer Pumpkin Carving

A million lines of code, an air pollution vacuum, NIGO for Uniqlo UT and more in our weekly look at the web

When some of the best Brooklyn-based architects and design teams were asked to compete in pumpkin carving, everyone expected undeniably remarkable results. That said, the host—online publication Sight Unseen—and their judging partner, acclaimed design firm Snarkitecture, couldn’t have predicted masterful typography, Japanese machetes, dry wall and plenty more imaginative materials. Visionary sculpting, embedded LEDS and even a “banana” factored in to a spirited challenge perfect …