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Design video roundup of the week

Japanese man paints in Excel, Swahili Fashion Week highlights and more in our video roundup.

The internet is an incredible resource for designers to learn and get inspired. We’re bringing you some of the most interesting videos we’ve found about design from around the world.

This Japanese man uses Microsoft Excel to create beautiful paintings.

77-year-old Tatsuo Horiuchi uses the software and a normal printer to create stunning images.

Source: Great Big Story

Hybrid maple burl and resin sphere that looks incredible.

See the whole process, from pouring the resin, to lathing the sphere, or skip to the end to see the finished product.

Source: Heath Knuckles

Swahili fashion week 2017 highlights by AyoTV

Runway shots from each day of the show which took place in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.

Ethiopian designers find a way to tackle waste management.

Interesting sensor based system which helps to determine how full dustbins are.

Source: Design Indaba

The world is poorly designed but copying nature helps

We love biomimicry and this video explains it better than most.

Source: Vox

Tesla unveils world’s biggest battery

It’s in South Australia and big enough to power 30,000 homes

Source: Al Jazeera

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