Design Videos, Page 2
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Beautiful Hand Painted Ski Maps
Meet artist Jim Niehues, he's the man behind those ski maps hanging on the walls of ski resorts. 30 years and 200 maps later Jim takes pride in hand painting every one of his creations down to the tiniest tree.
Creating a Knife with Beer and Bacon
Watch as this craftsman makes a knife from scratch using the usual iron and the not so usual beer and bacon. Naturally he had to name it the "'Murica" knife.
Incredible Origami Designs by a Physicist
Meet former NASA physicist Robert Lang who left science to pursue origami. Besides being a genius in the science world with 46 patents he is also respected in the world of origami for his amazing creations.
Underwater Sculptures as Coral Reefs
This sculptures were designed in such a way as to allow marine life to occupy their crevices and form an artificial coral reef. The sculptures were also made of materials that encourage coral growth.
Incredible Massive Street Art
See how street artist Kiptoe creates his massive murals. Kiptoe started out doing graffiti and small murals but found his passion for massive murals and has never looked back.
Crazy New Self Folding Paper
This new paper from MIT is the first of it's kind that can fold itself up. Not only that buy you can design various shapes via computer that it will follow while folding.
The Secret Stories of Snowshoes
Snowshoes are common place in those parts of the world covered in snow but did you know they also tell a story. Meet snowshoe collector Bill Mackowski who has over 200 pairs and the stories that come with them.
Surviving a Tsunami with a New Design
How would you survive a Tsunami? After the massive tsunami that hit Japan in 2011 Chris Robinson came up with an idea to that very question and he's been working at it ever since.
Getting Lost with the Maze Master
Meet Englishman Adrian Fisher, considered one of the world's best maze designers he has created over 700 mazes in 40 countries. Take a look at some of his creations and learn what it takes to confuse people.
How to Make a Powerful Vacuum Cannon
This simple video shows you how to make your very own vacuum cannon that uses no explosives. A cannon like this is pretty easy to make and is incredibly powerful considering that it uses the earths own atmosphere to power it.
How VW Made a Backwards Driving Trailer and Car
Check out how the folks at VW created a two person backwards driving car and trailer. The trailer was specially built so a person could sit in it and control things while the driver of the car steered.
A Short History of Braille
See how braille was designed by a solider who needed an alternative during a time of war. Ignored by the military the idea was given to a school for the blind where it grew into the system it is today.
How the Oscar Award Statues are Made
The Oscar's are the most prestigious of all events in the movie world but those little bald, gold men have to be made somehow. Check out the process that goes into making this highly sought after prize.
The Long History of Grillz and Dental Jewelry
Grillz might be thought of as a modern invention made popular by rappers but they have a long history. People have been putting jewels and gold in their teeth for centuries with ancient skulls even baring markings.
Wash Your Mouth Out with Cake Soap
These delicious looking cupcakes and cake slices may be tempting but be careful, they're actually soap. Brooklyn's Soap Cherie is famous for their soaps designed to look like delicious desserts, those sick bastards.