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Fractal. A rough or fragmented geometric shape that can be split into parts, each of which is (at least approximately) a reduced-size copy of the whole. – Benoit Mandelbrot I visit my Father’s tree at least once a week. As I stop to grab my breath and save my lungs (I usually run there), I’m...
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If you’ve walked through any airport recently, you’ve noticed people sporting their beats by dr. dre headphones. I own a pair, believe me, they’re worth the investment. I love headphones in general. In fact, I probably own 7 or 8 pairs. When I visited Tokyo’s electronic district, I drooled at the selection of them. Headphones...
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Want to keep your hardwoods or carpets spotless while showing little panache? I guess you could go with a Dyson. Or you could opt for The Leaning Tower of Pisa Vacuum Cleaner, the latest product from my Italian Collection. Remarkable isn’t it? It started with the crudest of the sketches. But quickly became something beautifully...
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Another in the series of The Italian Collection, this time presenting The Gondola Skateboard. This one was an easy inspiration. Venice remains one of the most magical places I’ve ever visited. And deep down, I always wanted to be a skateboarder. My dream professions? Skateboarder Chef (I have a section on Food) DJ (I already...
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Ladies and Gentleman, may I present to you, The Roman Art Colosseum Hot Tub. The first in a new series called The Italian Collection. Part art, part functional object – art and design living in an Italian inspired harmony. La dolce vita! I’ll be honest. I’m not a big fan of hot tubs. But, I...
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Title: Anti-Bowling Artist: Daniel Incandela Materials: (1) Bowling Pin, combination of plastic, reactive resin and urethane (10) Bowling Balls, maple wood or plastic Variations of bowling have been around for centuries, dating way back to the Roman Empire, with different interpretations throughout the years, arriving at the 10-pin version people play today. It’s a game...
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Title: The Perfect Penalty Kick Artist: Daniel Incandela Materials: Steel goal, netting, 309 leather soccer balls Over the years, penalty kicks have provided the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. Nations have cried with despair or joy as their teams have hoisted trophies as a result of one penalty kick, one miss, or...
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I worked at an art museum. Now I work at a race track and for a racing series. They seem very opposite and I catch people off guard when I reveal anything about my career. There are many differences. There are many similarities. But all in all, it’s incredibly different. I loved my time in...
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The first 5 months of 2011 have been relentless. It feels like early June has been the first time I’ve been able to catch my breath, both personally and professionally. Personally, I’ve concentrated on being home, making my son laugh and eating lots of dessert. Professionally, it’s been a combination of reflection and planning. It’s...
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