All posts by Jacquelyn Leyva

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ANDESIGN at the Getty Villa

When talking about design, it is impossible to forget that much of our understanding of the subject comes from the observation of structures and art pieces from Antiquity. As we toured the Getty Villa we were continuously impressed with the level of craftsmanship and ingenuity we saw

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3D Printed Halloween Mask

We thought we would kick off the spooky season with showing you guys how we can print Halloween masks right here in our office. First, we found a few masks we wanted to print from Thingiverse and downloaded them. The first one did not have great resolution

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Meet Our Writer: Ben Balana

Ben is our resident writer posting weekly articles on Dela Buzz. He keeps readers updated through exploring cultural impact of current design aesthetics and trends, while also copywriting for ANDESIGN’s website and clientele. Name: Ben Balana Title: Content Writer What inspires you to write an article about design?

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Tech News: HTC RE

The HTC RE is a handheld, waterproof camera created to eliminate the frustration of dealing with multiple clicks between the photo and video modes on your phone. This mini one-button, point-and-shoot camera was deigned to fit in your hand perfectly; there is no power button, however, a

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Lunar Eclipse: October 8, 2014

On Wednesday, October 8th we (in California along with other parts of the world) will be able to witness a total lunar eclipse. What is a Total Lunar Eclipse? This particular type of eclipse is when the moon passes through the Umbra–the shadow of the Earth–preventing

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4 Sleek Products for Water Conservation

In our previous blog we talked about climate change and possible solutions for water shortages during a drought, but we also thought we should include some products for you to get to a start on water conservation.   The Save Spa Showerhead 1.5 GPM (Gallons

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Our Favorite K-Cup Designs

In honor of National Coffee Day, we thought it would be cool to pick out our favorite k-cup designs. In doing so, we were perplexed to find that there was no real range of designs within the niche–not to undermine our top contestants. So, at the end

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DIY Guy: Clipboards

What we used: Clipboards Pen Decorative paper Cutting board X-acto knife Matte Mod Podge Paint brush Step 1:  Clip the paper onto the board and cut the length of the clip. Take out the paper and cut a line in the center above the cut you