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BASE Jumping Maniacs Build Massive Human Spiderweb Slung 400 Feet Above Utah Desert

In the context of jumping, "BASE" is an acronym that stands for Building, Antenna, Span, and Earth (meaning cliff), which are four things you can hurl yourself off of before pulling your ripcord.

Hot Holiday Pick for Picky Chefs: Iwachu Cast Iron Pans

Iwachu cast iron pans fold modern thinking into simple, age-old technology. They are minimal, elegant, and easily one of our favorite new kitchen staples.

Products We Wish Existed: Standing Desks for Centaurs, Enchanted Mayonnaise, Better Halloween Costumes and More

With basic graphic design skills, it's not difficult to create package designs and promotional materials that closely ape the original.

Industrial Designer Photographs Everything We Touch in a Single Day

Beginning in the '90s, Karim Rashid famously claimed that we touch, on average, some 600 objects a day.

Design Job: Liberty Science Center seeks Senior Exhibit Designer in Jersey City, NJ

An ideal candidate will be passionate about science, with a keen eye for all things art and design related.

Making Uncomplicated Women’s Underwear Is Actually Really Complicated

This one is for all my ladies out there. For all of you who know firsthand the pain of going bra shopping—wanting something simple but not too simple, rifling through piles of underwear that say "sexy thang" across the rear or come adorned with gobs of charms and lace, going home empty-handed or with an overstuffed push-up bra that leaves you feeling uncomfortable in your unmentionables.

Reader Submitted: 3D Printed Engine 

This 3D printed model is based on a flat two-cylinder internal combustion engine. Engines using this geometry are commonly found in motorcycles and small aircraft.

Amazon Releases New Footage of What Appears to Be a Massive Delivery Drone

I'm not surprised that Amazon is pressing ahead with their drone delivery initiative, and I even think they stand a chance of winning the regulatory approval they seek.

Design Job: Industrial Designer for a Self-Driving Car in Mountain View, CA

To land this position, you should be able to merge the technical issues associated with complex engineering with the simplicity and elegance of "good" design to look for ways to streamline the user experience.

How to Build a Simple Chair-Designing Rig

One way to design a chair is to start with the hard measurements, using handy reference guides like these.

Weekly Maker's Roundup

Magnetic, No-Math Hexagonal Coasters Bob Clagett shows a cool project you can make out of pieces of scrap wood: Hexagonal coasters that stick together magnetically.

Tony Hawk Creates, Conquers First-Ever Horizontal Skateboard Loop

For those that haven't seen it, take a look at the elliptical, Philip-Johnson-designed "Lipstick Buiding" in midtown Manhattan: In design school, one of our professors told us that when the building was designed in the '80s, the structural engineers weren't sure where the stresses would go; elliptical buildings were not a known entity.

Analog Gift Ideas, Elegant Boozing and a Designer Starter Kit

This holiday, share your Ultimate Gift Guide with Core77 for a chance to gift yourself some fun prizes.

Reader Submitted: Smart Ped, Smart Kick Scooter

The Smart Ped is a smart, foldable and electric kick scooter. If you look closely, there is a white hub integrated into the rear wheel— this is where the magic happens.

Storing Fragile Christmas Ornaments

As a professional organizer, I've seen clients open boxes of fragile ornaments only to find a number of them were broken.

2015 European Bike Stealing Championships Rig Bicycles Up with Powder Bomb Alarms

We Love Cycling put together this awesome video of the 2015 European Bike Stealing Championships, whereby hidden cameras are placed in three cities where bike theft is a major problem.

How Craftspeople Built Height-Adjustable Shelves Before the Industrial Revolution

Even in the 19th Century, people had a need for adjustable shelving. A retailer might need to change shelf heights to display new wares; and on the domestic front, if you purchased a Sega Genesis and then upgraded to the Dreamcast, the boxes were different sizes.

Gift Pick for Letter Lovers: The Brass Clampersand

The Clampersand is back! The first physical pun of pure Core77 origin was originally designed by Tony Ruth in a Lunchbreath Coretoon, and it's now available in solid glittering brass.

Malkovich & Rodriguez Make a Movie That Won't Be Released Until 2115

Most of us would love to design an object that people were still using after our deaths. But would you work on a project that could only be experienced after you, your children and your grandchildren had all left this earth?

Reference: Common Dimensions, Angles and Heights for Seating Designers

Furniture dimensions don't come out of the air. They come out of heavy research that, thankfully, a lot of people have already done for us and written books on; if you're a designer, you ought have a copy of one of these books (see bottom of this entry).