WELCOME! I have designed a few objects hoping to make you smile and bring that smile to work … with cute socks, relaxing stickers, or a colour–changing coffee cup. I imagine them coming with you either to work all day at the computer in your office corner, or running here and there in the lab! … Continue reading SHOP
I throw my mind Over the wall using a single hand And wait for the bump. If was searching for novelty, It might have found it. What is new is still hidden And i can only excite in its imminent rise. Mind will tell me, Among thoughts of routine, What I could not imagine and … Continue reading Jump the wall
I cannot imagine myself In thirty years When i will have done my job And pension will knock. I hardly now envision what job will require thirty years And my will.
Add a stroke of pink to your writings And a curl to your Ts and your Is When the window is closed and no escape can be found. The head down on the white paper Can imagine a world of fun and flowers With exercise Even In a grey cubicle.
The thrill is on After I actively pushed myself To imagine a future With its roots on the happenings of today. Each day possibilities form in the space around me And i only have to train my patience As a gardener in September.
My lips cannot pronounce The impact of these numbers But only imagine it and suggest it With metaphors and little confidence. Numbers talk to me And they swirl into a portray of our future That hardly graphics can describe.
I opened today the door To trust and uncertainty To give a chance to a future I cannot imagine. In every lab, Peers and rivals Put their word in the closing sentence And hold shaky hands in times of indetermination.
You have left that path behind Your heavy shoulders And could not imagine How hard it was Each step away. When you dig into the novelty Of the surrounding reality, The old path sends a candid dove Or a naive envelope And the steepness you remember Seems just a moment of transition In life.
Nature returns Apparent and joyful to my eyes. Sitting at the desk, I can imagine its energy And feel my skin vibrating. I long for the sun That neglects this office To embrace those working open-air.
I cross my fingers, I dream of you Future I can barely imagine Lying in this corner of Europe. I unravel you with cards and horoscope But the relief is quickly vanished. Loud thoughts in my head Can only fall silent To the ears of the world.
It is still a mystery What can revert the trend And make life become easier. I imagine our Future Less childish and demanding of attention And with vaguer expectations For what is success and what is reasonable. No rule, no boundaries, no space for the expected.
You cannot predict or imagine The science that takes life Outside the lab. When the background changes Innovation is born And the colours of bravery and craziness Become feasibility and will to risk. Each risk is a step you take And a chance to yourself You cannot miss.
Wide roads and bright field with little effort Appear as in soapbubbles When the future I imagine In those instants of boredom and waste That being the sparkle to my today.
Offices should be green And not show the man-made concrete walls. Science is asked be sustainable and bio-inspired As its innovation. In my structured artificial office no nature I can imagine And no physiology is sustained Enough to start the process To produce new ideas Friendly to all.
Superpowers hide In the folds of small papers And in the bars of your graph. Superscientist runs and calculates With hands and mind Digging for gold in a pile of errors. Superboss imagines and visualize The scene behind the corner Before tomorrow comes. SuperStudent looks deep and polishes The corners that unattended bring shadows to … Continue reading Super