Friday, 31 December 2010

Agata Olek’s Christmas gift

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Last week on Christmas Day, polish artist Agata Olek installed crochet on Charging Bull in New York City. Olek’s work only lasted a few hours, but as Hi-Fructose notes, Charging Bull was originally put up without permission by the di Modica on Christmas Day 1989.

via vandalog

Thursday, 30 December 2010

Creative tv series ad on PRIME TV

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PRIME On Air on Vimeo.

Monday, 27 December 2010


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The CMYK EP by James Blake, was released on yellow, magenta and cyan colored vinyl which form a CMYK color model when overlapped. via nerdcore

Friday, 24 December 2010

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!

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I'm taking a short blogging break to spend some time with my family. I'll be back in a few days. Until then, enjoy christmas time! Happy Holidays to you all!

Shokki by Laurent Corio

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These cooking vessels by Paris designer Laurent Corio are made of white clay with coloured enamelled interiors. Called Shokki, the collection features handles made from looped strips of clay, shaped for easy use with a microwave oven.

Thursday, 23 December 2010

Furniture Series by Kamkam

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Korean design studio Kamkam have created the Dressed-Up Furniture series. Combination of clothes and furniture.

Sunday, 19 December 2010

Intimate Lighting

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Created by Ladislava Repková, a young designer from Bratislava, Intimate Lighting is a collection of three lamps that represent several definitions of the word intimacy.
According to her: "Each of the lamps is related to another meaning of the word intimacy. Lamp “Relationship”shows close relationships and the confidentiality of two people. The lamp “Body” is concentrated on the intimacy as a personal space of a man – an individual in the meaning of his own body and soul at the same. The lamp “Privacy” represents anonymity and the need for a person to have his or hers own personal space." via designeast

Fantastical Queens

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Alex Gertschen and Felix Meier from Switzerland create imaginative, surreal worlds. Thanks to the realistic backgrounds, their pictures never give the impression of being artificial, but instead look vibrant and playful.

Thursday, 16 December 2010

Bob Staake and his amazing iconic posters

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Warm up your scroll button and explore Bob Staake’s collection of European poster art from the mid 20th century. He has over 150 iconic posters on display, advertising products of the time: planes, trains, and shipping lines, cigarettes and alcohol, theater, sports, travel, and toiletries.

99 Cats and 1 Dog print below. Done for the [International Fund for Animals Christmas fundraising campaign].

You Are What You Eat

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A new t-shirt design by Craig Watkins.

Tuesday, 14 December 2010

Sara Blake

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More art of Sara here.

Animals in cups

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Really cute cups designed in Japan by Ange-line tetrault.

Sunday, 12 December 2010

Manifold clock

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A wall mounted clock with a manifold that connects the two hands to create a 3D movement. At any given moment the manifold is located in a different position and different parts are seen. More here.

Manifold Clock from Studio Ve on Vimeo.

A simple beautiful story about love

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Animated on location at a beach, in snow, and underwater, this stop-motion short details a transoceanic conversation between two characters via objects in a bottle.

Bottle from Kirsten Lepore on Vimeo.

Saturday, 11 December 2010

Bookcase wall

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This amazing house is located in Sao Paolo. When you a look inside and you're guaranteed to fall in love. Architect Alvaro Puntoni created a free wall that is able to hold 7,500 books! Metal platforms were built in so that the owners can access their beloved books.

BMW Clever Ad

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German ad agency Serviceplan developed for BMW a billboard at the Hamburg airport. Using a light wall in the middle of the arrivals hall, they designed a headline out of half letters. To complete the words, they used the reflection on the shiny floor. Through this process, they managed to double the media space for free!

An Octopus Love Affair

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I came across few really adorable pieces of jewelry on etsy shop today. A necklaces and rings are made of acrylic. C.A.B. Fayre - the author, handmakes jewelry, clothing, hair accessories & other kickass creations for Femme Fatale!

Friday, 10 December 2010

Dream Sequence by Madame Peripetie

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In this fascinating series Dream Sequence, Germany-based photographer Madame Peripetie takes us on a amazing journey. Set in the dark background. A white skinned models are adorned with blooming flowers and draped in crazy costumes. Absolutely creative.

Pedro Matos

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Pedro Matos lives and works in Lisbon. Influenced mainly by Skateboarding, Graffiti and other counterculture movements he was involved with, Matos started painting at the young age of 16, completely self-taught. His work is a mixture of figurative painting and a post-graffiti abstractionism.
via arrestedmotion

Thursday, 9 December 2010

Buildings & Vampires

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This is so adorable and sad at the same time. A sad story about little vampire.

Buildings & Vampires from Nico Casavecchia on Vimeo.

To The Beat

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The animated short movie "To The Beat" is the result of a collaboration of the University of Sciences in Dusseldorf and music label Desolat.  The film tells the story of a piece of music that starts from recording studio and going through the press shop, the record store up to the club where it is played. In this act, which takes place within one day, the production, distribution and the laying on of record will be presented in the movie.

To The Beat from Desolat MG on Vimeo.

Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Nowhere Near Here

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Wonderful Street Art Stop Motion Animation video by Pahnl that uses a combination of light with stencils and long exposure photography that took over 300 hours to make, using over 200 stencils.

Nowhere Near Here from Pahnl

Tuesday, 7 December 2010

Aurora Borealis Over Tromsø, Norway

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Tor Even Mathisen shot a beautiful time-lapse video of the Aurora Borealis over Tromsø, Norway.

Aurora Borealis timelapse HD - Tromsø 2010 from Tor Even Mathisen.

Monday, 6 December 2010


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A picture of the day! My palms are sweating just looking at this.
"I took this in the middle of the night on Ed and Frans balcony," says Flickr user Crazy Ivory. "I loved both of the cats, but they were incredibly suicidal all the time. They actually fought and chased each other on this railing, and as you can see its pretty damn f***ing high. My heart always skipped a beat when I saw them doing this, but Ed told me its OK."

WTF? An imaginative and creative series

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Argentina-based design company Estudio Minga makes me laugh with their cleverly designed WTF? series. These illustrations are well-executed, giving us simple stories in straightforward ways.

Sunday, 5 December 2010

Hand Made Maps

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Cartographic is the online portfolio of Anna Simmons, a London based illustrator who specialises in mapmaking.
Illustrations of landmarks to be placed on city globes.

Las Vegas

Saturday, 27 November 2010

Amazing TV spot - Above Everything Else

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This is really beautifully shot! Stunningly realistic. Modeled and animated in 3D.

Silestone -- 'Above Everything Else' from Alex Roman on Vimeo.

Wednesday, 24 November 2010

The boom case

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Really cool concept and definitely more comfortable than the phone speakers. The Self Powered, Portable Suitcase Stereo system works with your iPod/iPhone or any device with a headphone jack. This case will last 8+ hours on a single charge (Charger Built In).
Now an every trip makes more fun. More here.

Edits by Edit

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Edits is a new limited edition poster series curated by Edit featuring: Bas Koopmans, Collective Approach, Duane King, Hey Studio, Manual Creative, Mark Boyce, Leterme Dowling, Sane & Able, Studio Makgill, Toko, Trevor Jackson, This Studio & last but not least Nitzan Hermon – who is also behind this project.
via formfiftyfive

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