Jason Blandford

Editor, International Marketing
Industry, CA, USA

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  • "Ask Tesla's pickup truck designers! "
    on: Fritz Hansen Releasing 50th Anniversary Edition of Arne Jacobsen's Last Chair Design, the Lily
  • ""If only this was an option for airlines in Economy class!" ~ exactly my thought as i read through this. "
    on: Extra Wide Office Chairs are Now a Thing in America
  • "as a hobbyist woodworker, i'm wondering if that material cuts on a table saw. if so, it would be a great addition to the list of materials that could be used by common DIYers like me. i've already used HDPE for another project as well as integrated metals and marble into furniture and crafts. if this stuff works easily and was affordable (in the US), there could be a market for it."
    on: Furniture Rises From The Ashes
  • "ha ha! "
    on: A Hand-Operated Rolling Bridge Planned for London Redevelopment
  • "that was really cool to read. i always enjoy seeing the "normal" side of celebrities. and his work looks amazing as well. "
    on: Turns Out, Sir Rod Stewart is an Incredible Modelmaker
  • "thermal changes shouldn't be a big problem indoors; outdoors would be another story, of course. i bet a decent construction adhesive would be all that was needed to keep the structure together. personally, i really like how it looks. but in any case, there's a lot of potential here for a unique design, process, and product. things like this evolve so maybe one day they'll get there. "
    on: Cool Production Method: Soft Baroque's "Puffy Brick" Concrete Casting Technique
  • "i imagined some design student with minutes to go before the assignment was due, sitting in the library with a stack of books, no ideas, and staring at one little un-bent paper clip; and a moment later, saying to him/herself, "i've got it!!!""
    on: The Weekly Design Roast, #19
  • "Great article. For me, at "very average" height/weight/size/shape, seat depth is a big determining factor for comfort. Related to that but even more important is the angle from the seat to the back -- lumbar support or not, I can't stand sitting in a chair that makes me feel like I'm leaning forward! Too many diners and restaurant booths feel this way. Thanks for sharing your "angles" on chair design. (I apologize for the pun!)"
    on: Rethinking Chair Comfort
  • "if the question is, "is there a market for designer computers-as-furniture," the answer is probably "no." but then there are digital kiosks and other self-serve machines (as at airports, for example); do those count as furniture?for a short while i worked as a copy writer for small company that makes PC gaming equipment, including computer cases. i suggested they design a computer case that was made partly out of wood that at least matched office furniture; while not being furniture itself, it could blend it seamlessly. they never went for it. did i mention i'm NOT a designer? :-)"
    on: Should Computers be Designed as Pieces of Furniture?
  • "simultaneously frightening and hilarious "
    on: Hilarious Boston-Dynamics-Style Robot Soldier Video
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