May 16, 2021

Rolls-Royce and Hermès Collaborate on Luxurious Bespoke Phantom

When Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa approached Rolls-Royce about creating a bespoke Phantom Oribe, he had a clear vision in mind. Rolls-Royce worked together with Hermès to execute his vision, bringing together the pinnacles of luxury in automobiles and fashion. Maezawa, who will be the first private citizen to fly to the moon, took inspiration from his art collection and his love for travel when making his request.

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April 25, 2021

Photographer Documents the Otherworldly ‘Mutant Vehicles’ That Inhabit Burning Man [Interview]

German visual artist, photographer, and filmmaker Alexandra Lier merges the analog and digital aspects of her craft to transmit the viewer into an immersive world with its own captivating narrative. Best known for her photography, Lier’s stunning work has been featured in a variety of online and print media. She has also published her photographs in two fine art books and is now working on a third titled Mutant Vehicles.

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January 31, 2021

Nissan Has Designed a Sleek Mobile Office Pod Concept for the Adventurous 9 To 5er

If you are tired of working from home or from the same boring office, the new caravan design from Nissan may inspire you to make a change. The NV350 Caravan Office Pod concept is an adaptable vehicle that provides plenty of room for working while on the go. It is equipped with the necessary features to keep you productive doing traditional office work while allowing you to take full advantage of your new natural workspace.

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November 28, 2020

Explore the “Exploded” Inner Workings of the Ford Model T, the Car That Changed America

The Ford Model T car is an American icon. Billed as the country's first affordable vehicle, it was released in 1908 by the Ford Motor Company under the direction of Henry Ford. Sold for between $260 and $850 (about $7,300 and $24,000 in 2020), the car allowed the middle class to become motorists. American daily life adapted itself to this new mobility, and the U.S. still remains a nation of drivers.

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