The Stained Glass Driverless Sleeper Car of the Future by Dominic Wilcox

The Stained Glass Driverless Sleeper Car of the Future by Dominic Wilcox

British artist Dominic Wilcox (see previously) has created a design concept for a driverless car with a stained glass exterior that he calls, rather fittingly, the Stained Glass Driverless Sleeper Car of the Future. The car is equipped with a cozy bed and handmade stained glass exterior panels. It is his vision of a car from the year 2059. Wilcox created the car for the Dezeen and MINI Frontiers exhibition which took place at the London Design Festival earlier in September.

The Stained Glass Driverless Sleeper Car of the Future by Dominic Wilcox

The Stained Glass Driverless Sleeper Car of the Future by Dominic Wilcox

The Stained Glass Driverless Sleeper Car of the Future by Dominic Wilcox

The Stained Glass Driverless Sleeper Car of the Future by Dominic Wilcox

photos by Sylvain Deleu

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Sound it Out, A Reviews Site Dedicated to Discovering New Music

Sound it Out

Sound it Out is music review site spearheaded by Boing Boing contributor Amy Seidenwurm that’s designed to help people discover new music by putting a positive spin on emerging artists.

One thing that we will not do is post negative reviews. I can confidently report that there is an endless supply of shitty music out in the world, and I’d much rather put energy into recommending what’s good instead of whining about what isn’t.

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Clingy Saint Bernard Pins His Human Down on the Bed and Gives Him a Very Big Hug

A beautiful but clingy Saint Bernard named Sully pins down his human and gives him a very, very big hug. According to Sully’s other human mallemay s., Sully misses his dad when he’s away.

This is how sully loves his dad when he comes home from work – by pinning him down so he has to hug him.

Despite his neediness, Sully does find other things to occupy his time, like playing adorably with a random yellow highlighter that he found underneath a chair.

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The Hygienic Differences Between Drying Your Hands With Paper Towels and Hand Dryers

Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown of AsapSCIENCE break down the hygienic differences between drying your hands with paper towels and a hand dryer. The key to removing all of that potentially harmful bacteria is getting your hands dry as quickly as possible.

The spread of bacteria is more likely to happen with wet skin, and rubbing your wet hands on your clothes or touching the bathroom door can contaminate them even more. It turns out, after multiple studies were analyzed and compared, paper towels came out victorious.