Cemal Okten's I ♥ VEGETABLES : Part IIA project - a project that explores our connection to food, desiring to bring the process of farming vegetables into the home. The final product is a selection of vases which support the growth of vegetables.
First REAL NOTCOT Video (in HD even)! We've seen the pics of Banksy's Village Petstore and Charcoal Grill, and some mediocre youtubes... since i couldn't go, we've commissioned Seth Brau to make a film to show us all the details and the full experience!
Interesting travel hack: apparently packing a starter pistol in your luggage means you can lock it with a real lock and it might be tracked more closely by the airport. Could be worth a shot for those with a lot of gear.
The Wilson Bros. teams with Stussy on development of this limted edition white Brooks Swallow Saddle. The classic Swallow racer is treated with an excetional white leather finish. Imagine the patina on this saddle after a few months of use.
The Urban Gridded Notebook - The modern city is controlled by the grid... we should not let it control our creativity. A blank notebook /sketchbook that is gridded with 125 cities from all around the world.
Showcasing a new business model for Graphic Design Studios.Far From Timid is a lifestyle design company that transforms original works of art into powerful surface patterns for use in home and fashion.
The UK's Vauxhall Agila has teamed up with British accessories designer, Johnny Loves Rosie to create the first ever Car-sage - a giant flower corsage designed for your car. It retails for £14.99. The ultimate Christmas gift for a car lover?
Penguin Wine bottle. Argentinian design group FUGAmania has some pretty cool stuff. This ceramic wine bottle tries to bring environmental awareness into everyday life, Oil dumped onto a redesigned local icon.
Jeremy and Claire Weiss, in an effort to return to photography with a more traditional process and feel, began taking portraits of friends with a large format Polaroid camera. The result: Day 19 Polaroid Portraits.
The Design Museum, London is showing a great Alan Aldridge retrospective, the psychedelic illustrator of the 60's and designer of the Beatle's famous Lyric book, Rolling Stones and Elton John album covers.