' Paper-Brick House' by Li Xinggang Atelier from China, made of paper boxes, paper tubes and transparent adhesive tape at the 11th International Architecture Exhibition on September 12, 2008 in Venice.
Created by WHITEvoid, Polygon Playground is a large interactive video projection installation commissioned for Denmark's SMUKfest. Sensory technology moves the projections to match people's body movement...
The ‘Lotus’ room, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects is currently on view during the 11th Venice Architecture Biennale. Today some photos from THE REAL THING, by the photographer Luke Hayes are available for your eyes only!
Bobby Neel Adams, an american photographer, uses photography to explore the human body and the aging process.In this work, Family Tree, he explores also the semblance between parents and their children.
if you've ever had your lunch stolen, you know the the frustration it causes. Anti-Theft Lunch Bags are regular sandwich bags that have green splotches printed on both sides. After your sandwich is placed inside, no one will want to touch it.
New York visual design shop Trollbäck + Company has designed four series of limited edition campaign buttons supporting Barack Obama. They're giving them away for free... while they last. Which won't be long.
Really beautiful. To promote Red Bull’s upcoming F1 race in Singapore, AixSponza Motion Design recreated part of the island nation’s pristine downtown area and staged a virtual high-speed test lap starring Mark Webber...
Schemata Architecture Office's 63.02° House, built in a dense residential area in Nakano, Tokyo. The house is sited 63.02 degrees towards the front road, allowing a wide and deep view of the neighborhood.
At Maison et Objet ~ the real standout was a series of three micro-exhibitions, SIMPLE: 1. Farmlife 2. Les Metropuritains 3. Slow Tech - in the upcoming posts, i'll give you a walk through all each of them!