Marc Gibeault

Industrial designer
Montréal, QC, Canada

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  • "More compact and easier to use (no need to carry a pump), introduced in 2018: https://seatosummitusa.com/collections/water-gear-racks-carts/products/pack-rack-inflatable-roof-rack"
    on: An Inflatable Roof Rack for Your Car
  • "Nice work on turning an interesting news into insignificance "
    on: Japanese Researchers Discover 143 "New" 2,000-Year-Old Earth Drawings in Peru
  • "« Regardez-vous » means look at yourself.I think you want to say look yourself, this would be “regardez vous-même »"
    on: Math Teacher Dad Designs and Builds Epic Elevated Reading Space for His Family's Home, All By His Damn Self
  • "German band Kraftwerk went through these questions in the seventies. They had robots impersonating the four band members m, and the real musicians wore makeup so they looked like the robots, and played synchronous concerts in several cities.Spectators would not know if the were st the « real » concert or not. The goal was to democratize live shows. "
    on: Robotic Arms Playing Musical Instruments and DJ-Scratching Records
  • "Maybe it’s because it’s definitely not the first! I worked on a product like this in 1998...It was not for some young people too lazy to use a  toothbrush but for people not able too. Think of people with arthritis for example.The original was even better, you just had to chew to have a good cleanup, no electricity and batteries involved.  "
    on: Whatever Happened to the Amabrush Hands-Free Automatic Toothbrushing Device?
  • "The article , and the four comments I see, wouldn’t surprise me in a popular tabloid. But here I do not understand how it’s possible that designers don’t see the value of meaningful city furniture. A bent tube might do well as a bike rack and be a lot cheaper, but we don’t want to be surrounded by only minimalistic objects, right. Also, we must not forget that the costs of organizing a competition are very high, that the buying procedures of cities add some big fees too and that, if you don’t want the exact same furniture that you see in every North American city, it has to be of somewhat low volume. A few custom, distinctive installations are worth a lot more than a few bike places, they help give a city its identity. And, Mr Noe, I’m too allergic to BS, but some of the descriptions are definitely not of this “architecture-speak” kind... I’ve seen people interacting with these already, discovering features. I personally do not like most of them, but the project is sound and we’ll see in a few years if it’s a success. "
    on: Design Debacle: Quebec City's Bike Rack Competition Yields $23,600 Cost Per Rack
  • "Please use "restaurateur" (grammarist.com/spelling/restaurateur)."
    on: Scandinavia Will Not Tolerate Furniture Design Piracy
  • "US of A deserves a zombie invasion"
    on: As Gun Sales Rise, Gun-Concealing Furniture Designs Proliferate
  • "I've been using one for about twelve years. Couldn't do without one. Even if some water gets on the butter it's not really a problem; it gets away as little drops. In French they're called "beurrier Breton"Robyn,-the butter doesn't get stale-the butter is just the right consistency (except at extreme temperatures)"
    on: What's The Deal With French Butter Keepers
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