Anders Hansen

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Oslo, Norge

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  • "Imagine having to clean all those small details, corners, surfaces and ribs.. Especially the interior after a ride to the mountains would be a nightmare to clean."
    on: GMC Unveils Hi-Tech SUV Version of Hummer EV
  • "Ah, that makes a difference, but I'm guessing they're still painted, so they will scratch easily? Maybe they should have looked at unpainted body panels in PP as on the new Gogoro Viva scooters?"
    on: What Do You Think of These Design Decisions on Arrival's Electric Delivery Van?
  • "Very good point, and I get kinda embarrassed hearing the quotes from my fellow designer at Mercedes: ""We were pushing for the elimination of hard work because it makes it clean and modern ... It's a completely different thing to operate. As designers we like simplicity." Seriously, what is this? Car design is already way too full of itself, but when this notion of "good design" is becoming a safety hazard, who's there to correct this obviously dangerous path? It's like a tobacco company starting to sell cigarettes without filter, because "we as designers like simplicity." Cars are already dangerous enough as they are, why and how are they allowed to make them more unsafe?"
    on: The Opposite of Mercedes' Hyperscreen: The Heavily Analog Dashboards of Rally Cars
  • "It's a shame the detailing is not as simple as the overall concept. The design team seems to have lost focus when they came to lower part of the car, which is really a bit of a mess."
    on: Hyundai Fulfills "No Visual Continuity" Promise, Rolls Out New IONIQ 5
  • "What confuses me most is the bumpers at the front and the back. Having worked as a delivery driver for a bit as I went to design school, I have to say bumpers that actually protect the rest of the car and are sacrificial compared to the metal bodywork important (or maybe I was just a bad driver?!) The painted front side body panels, where there appears to be parking sensors, will take quite some beating, while the black front (I'm guessing unpainted plastic) will only protect in some situations. A feeling  of that style trumped function that also can be seen at the rear where the bumper (plastic?) appears to be painted, which is a really bad idea for such a workhorse of a vehicle. Other than that, I really like the concept and the design."
    on: What Do You Think of These Design Decisions on Arrival's Electric Delivery Van?
  • ""Draw what Techno music sounds like coming out of a portable Bluetooth speaker". Love it, and so spot on :)"
    on: Design Departure: Alpha EVs Resemble 1960s/'70s Euro/Japanese Coupes
  • "This is really the dark side of design and our consumption society. it's like they've read a book about Dieter Rams in a language they don't understand: It's all style, no substance."
    on: Crowdfunding Smash: An Overly Designey, Minimalist Hot Glue Gun That Takes Proprietary Glue Sticks
  • "Love this, such an inspiration."
    on: Mini-Doc on Eddy Goldfarb, a 98-Year-Old Toy Designer with Over 800 Designs
  • "Much as I admire DiTullo, I'm thinking this is an too simplified way treat a complex problem. That said I have the same issue with other YouTube "designers" like TheSketchMonkey, where their work and fix is simply a 2D representation of much more complex 3D problem. I'm not a huge fan of Lexus current design direction, but I think it has served its purpose in establishing their own form language, which now others are copying rather badly, like Subaru (and BMW?). What I like about Lexus design is that it's designed on purpose to be rather fragmented and many-faceted, it's not like their designers weren't able make the different curves and lines meet up. I think many designers instinctively want to clean things up and make sense out of chaos, but sometimes thinking outside the box can create something unique and distinctive."
    on: Rendering Fixes: Bringing the Design of the Lexus IS 350 Back Into Balance
  • "I'd say it's a rather generic design and that the electric motor is hidden, in what appears to be a grey plastic box, lets the whole design down. Also the cheap looking crank and some iffy graphics doesn't help. While the original board tracker was a purposeful and stripped down design, this is a rather confused effort. Is it trying to be a motorbike? A cruiser bike? "
    on: Harley-Davidson Unveils Electric Bicycle
  • "Another fun fact is that Skeppshult is probably the most common bicycle brand in their home country Sweden. No frills, solid bikes https://www.skeppshult.se/sv/"
    on: Examples of Cast Iron Kitchenware (Besides Frying Pans)
  • "Haha love this post. Next step is to contact one of these designers and let them tell they're story. What was the design brief and how much creative freedom did they have?"
    on: Why are WiFi Routers So Darned Ugly?
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