Street Artist Draws a 30-Foot-Wide Tokyo Panorama

Street Artist – A sprawling metropolis blossoms on a 30′ stretch of white paper as French illustrator and street artist Thomas Dartigues, a.k.a. Decktwo, freehands the intricately detailed, semi-mythical panorama of Tokyo he calls Expanding Drawing. “Tokyo is the main theme of the piece, even though it’s drawn like a fantasy world with huge monuments that everyone recognises,” Decktwo’s manager, Nathalie Lapicorey, explains to The Creators Project. With the Eiffel Tower just across the bay from

StormYachts : ongoing attention to quality and craftsmanship is a continuous process

StormYachts – StormYachts was established in 2010 by Rob van Kesteren and Corné Knippels, two Dutchmen with long experience in boatbuilding and maintenance acquired on over a hundred luxury yachts. They are in the fortunate position to be able to build motoryachts from a financially independent foundation and this is the principle behind everything they think and do. Not being distracted by sales pressure or unrealistic marketing goals, StormYachts has complete freedom to go off

LG unveils a super-thin OLED TV you can stick to a wall

LG OLED TV – LG Display has unveiled an extremely thin and light LG OLED TV display prototype, paving the way for a new generation of super-thin TVs. The new OLED panel measures 55 inches diagonally, weighs 4.2 pounds and is only 0.97mm (0.04 inches) thick. Best of all — you can simply stick it to a wall with a magnetic mat. The panel, shown during a media event in Korea Tuesday and first reported

New PayPal chief wants to make his company the universal payments platform

Paypal – PayPal president Dan Schulman wants to make a payments platform that every merchant and consumer will use — regardless of device. The 57-year-old executive, who previously spent four years at American Express, said as much on Thursday during a PayPal media event in San Francisco: [quote]”You’re going to see a fundamental change over the next three, five, 10 years, with more of it going to mobile and point-of-sale checkout.”[/quote] Schulman, of course, wants

Microsoft’s Outlook .com redesign includes new organization features

  Outlook – Microsoft is giving its Outlook.com a pretty big facelift. The company previewed several major changes to its email client Thursday including a redesigned inbox, new support for Skype and third-party apps and new calendar features. The revamped Outlook.com will begin rolling out Thursday as a preview to some users and will be available more broadly over the next few weeks. Outlook.com inboxes will now support Microsoft’s Clutter tool. First rolled out last

New Apple TV could be delayed over live local programming

  Apple TV – Apple’s next-generation Apple TV could be delayed if the company is unable to strike a deal with content providers to get live local programming for its Internet TV service, according to a report from Re/code. The report claims Apple is aggressively courting local U.S. TV stations in hopes of getting their live programing — commercials and all — onto its new Internet service. Apple reportedly wants to stream that content on

The New Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Watches Are Crazy Thin

Jaeger-LeCoultre – The Swiss watch manufacture Jaeger-LeCoultre has been at the forefront of miniature-movement design since 1907, when it created what was then the world’s thinnest pocket-watch movement, measuring just 1.38 mm thick. Continuing with this tradition, the company recently introduced new variations to three watches from the Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin collection. The newest Master Ultra Thin Tourbillon ($71,500) trades the previous watch’s rose-gold case for a white-gold one. The 11.3 mm–thick watch’s namesake