PASTA IT’S ART – PART I

VIC ON MY WALL
VIC ON MY WALL
YISLAMOO
YISLAMOO
ALBANO JULIANO
ALBANO JULIANO
ALI INAY
ALI INAY
CLEMM
CLEMM
EGARCIGU
EGARCIGU
GIULIA ORISSA
GIULIA ORISSA
JEN GOTTLIEB
JEN GOTTLIEB

Lidija Paradinović Nagulov - Celandine

LINDA TIEU
LINDA TIEU
PAN FOX PRODUCTION
PAN FOX PRODUCTION
PINTOQUIFF
PINTOQUIFF
STUDIO HOLALOLA
STUDIO HOLALOLA
TANJA RIEDEL
TANJA RIEDEL
TANJA RIEDEL
TANJA RIEDEL

A good plate of pasta, properly seasoned, it is a poem. It ‘a fine art, fine. No wonder, therefore, that this food has crossed his path with that of poets, writers, and even politicians.

Life is a combination of magic and pasta.

(Federico Fellini)

I wonder that I am a professor little professorial, what is the glory of Dante below that of spaghetti?

(Giuseppe Prezzolini) 

Italians have only two things on my mind: the other is spaghetti.

(Catherine Deneuve)

Everything you see I owe to spaghetti.

(Sophia Loren)

There never feel alone while eating spaghetti. Require too much attention.

(Robert Morley)

Men are like spaghetti: most are cooked more are sticky.

(Anonymous)

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2029 QOROS

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QOROS 2029 CONCEPT CAR
There are concept cars that are close to production reality, there are concept cars that are a preview of future design directions – and then there’s the Q: QorosQloud Qubed.
QOROS 2029
QOROS 2029
Allegedly channelling the designers’ impressions of life in the year 2029, the Qoros show car looks like a hot-rodder got busy grafting a Mitsubishi i-MiEV to a Renault Twizy. It’s barely conceivable that by 2029 cars will drive themselves, and windows – like the ones in airliners – will be there to admire the view rather than maximise the driver’s situational awareness in traffic.
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The concept car, which for the sake of room we’ll shorten to Q, has been developed to win the LA Auto Show Design Challenge 2029, open to automotive designers through the show’s Facebook page. In fairness to the Chinese brand and its concept car designers, the brief from the competition organisers was both vague and limiting. It simply asked entrants to consider life 15 years from now – and how vehicles will evolve to connect with human senses by then.
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A design team led by Jamie Barrett, Aditya Mahajan and Alex O’Brien developed Q to be ‘an intelligent, multi-dimensional personal management assistant’. As with a human PA, Q would progressively adapt and develop an understanding of its driver’s needs and wants, based on the driver’s interaction with the vehicle. Apparently, the vehicle will come to appreciate the driver’s culinary preferences by the restaurants he/she chooses to visit, or his/her musical tastes from the audio system selections. From regular trips the car will learn about the driver’s friends, family and “general interests”.
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“We are extremely proud of our entry for this year’s LA Auto Show Design Challenge,” said Tim Pilsbury, Design Director at Qoros Design Shanghai. “We pioneered the innovative QorosQloud connected services technology in our current real-world model line-up, so it was exciting to look ahead 15 years to conceive further developments of the platform.
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“The Q: QorosQloud Qubed concept forecasts a futuristic smart human-machine interface, linking the car to the driver’s senses to create the ultimate connected driving and ownership experience.”
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