The Sylvestre Glass Ornament by Caroline Ziegler & Pierre Brichet. The blown glass Christmas ornament was created for the Centre International d'Art Verrier (CIAV) glass museum and workshop in Meisenthal, France.
It stars Kevin Durant, Derrick Rose, James Harden, Steve Nash and Stephen Curry shooting three-pointers at nets outfitted with Christmas bells—producing an even more impressive musical performance, this time of “Jingle Bells.”
Assembling model cars and planes is a rite of passage for many youngsters. Glenn Klecker, working with his son, has come up with a plastic knife kit rounded for safety; available in a rainbow of colors.
Woodoir combs by Sanja Rotter. As material for combs scrap material for wooden flooring, leftover veneer and solely domestic wood species were used. Technology used includes CNC cutting of the the basic contour and hand finishing.
The project, called Long Distance Art, incorporates satellite feeds and robots, acting as an extension of the artist’s hand around the globe. While Kiessling himself was drawing and painting in Vienna, the robots physically mimicked him in London and Berlin.
Money Talks is a herringbone patterned wallpaper made using one dollar bills. At just under $10 per square foot, the cost (excluding installation) is less than many conventional wallpapers. And the look, well, money talks.
Designer Ivan Kasner was inspired by blurred images. The images create a sense of excitement, imagination and clarity within the illusion. The opaque face distorts the context and origin of the hands, allowing a dreamy and floating appearance.
MIT's tangible media lab unveil the inFORM, a surface that three-dimensionally changes shape, so users can interact with digital information in a tangible way. inFORM can also interact with the physical world around it.