ICFF maddness ~ here's my crazy list of events, roundup of links to lists of more events, and i'll probably update this as i find more that interests me... also - if you go to one we miss, take pics and share!
BettyLou from mmckenna, produces a warm, bright, beautiful, and safe light - create an intimate candle-lit atmosphere by placing this cordless rechargeable lamp on your favorite wine glass, it shines for over 7 hours.
"lucyandbart" is a disturbing and fascinating collaboration between artists Lucy McRae and Bart Hess, exploring our own ideas of physicality and art in their depictions of mutated and evolved human beings.
Hubcaps Creatures by Ptolemy show an aesthetic art, the designer create a great art from unused objects. With a little effort and imagination, the designer from Hubcaps Creatures transform them into something which gives people a great deal and more pleasure
Over 20 contemporary artists' versions (not parodies) of The Last Supper from Damien Hirst and David La Chapelle to Warhol and Dali. Tons of images and links and some history about the original as well.
ZeroTAG (Zero Tolerance Against Graffiti) strikes again, this time banning the posters for the graffiti inspired Adidas Cope collection. Citizens were warned to ‘distinguish themselves during this enforcement by wearing plain attire’.
Opal is a portable ceramic light that can be used wirelessly in any room of the house. It can be sat on the table, held in the hand or suspended on the string provided. The translucent bone China shell emits a warm glow similar to that of a candle.
"First Paperless Architecture Book EVER: Piel" was what the email subject line read, and while skeptical, i was actually impressed with this digital book that even lets you jump right to google map views of the locations.
Beautiful and interesting video: Excerpts from 8 videos done for the RSA conference at Moscone Center. About the life of Alan Turing, the inventor of the computer. Client: Halloran Associates Design Company: Cyberia
Curly-Sue is a distinctive and innovative desk lamp designed by Wendy Tytherleigh. The lamp has a collapsible and spiral shade which allows the user to achieve varying light levels without the use of a conventional dimmer switch.