Who the hell doesn’t want an action figure of themselves? Think of all the bath-time fun you can have when you 3D print yourself…
Thankfully due to technological advancement, the god-awful screeching of a facsimile machine is no longer commonplace in the office environment. Our devices and gadgets have gotten quieter and more discrete, but there is something to be said for the familiar sound of a dial up modem or an old typewriter.
The Museum of Endangered Sounds was originally developed as a spoof but is now a website dedicated to preserving the sounds from our technological past for posterity.
The site does what it says on the tin, click on the black and white thumbnails for a walk down memory lane or if industrial music is your jam click on multiple thumbnails at once for a veritable audio cacaphony.
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Standard Designs have created this tongue-in-cheek poster collection of book covers based on the current cost cutting climate called ‘Recession Books’.