Nice logo designed by "Cidade dos Logos" for a website called "1001 Cats of Schrödinger". The cool fact is that the symbol pattern really show hundreds of cats. If you don't get it at first, see more details.
Colorful, handmade, knitted toys from dutch designer Anne-Claire Petit. The toys are made by Asian women in their homes, a way to generate an income throughout most of the year - something from which the entire village benefits.
I hypothesize that several years from now the Remote Control Pocket Pillow by kstudio will be a historic recollection to the days when people had no other means but to use a remote control to channel surf.
Hands on review with Activate Drinks ~ really a packaging close up of these "vitamin drinks" where the vitamins are in the cap until you release them into the water, and then it changes colors... see my video!
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’.