Franco Corral from Honda Research and Development North America has created a futuristic racing vehicle to compete in the Great Race 2025, circumnavigating the globe in 24 hours on land, by sea and by air.
Ushida Findlay's stunning Park Houses incorporate sustainable elements such as solar power, extensive use of natural light, and locally-sourced materials, but their defining element is certainly the undulating green roof that links five homes into a single family.
Pizzerias, in close proximity to large college campuses, were supplied with Economist-branded pizza boxes. Each one reinforces the “Get a world view” platform with a pie chart that applies to pizza consumption.
6 West Design created this bottle for USB wine - due to TTB/Cola regulations, new wineries can't use the term "Port" (to protect Portugal's geographic indication). The packaging playfully incorporates words that imply the missing word (im____ant).
Michael Traister saw a lot of interesting characters at a funky downtown coffeeshop, and made "100 Faces of Izzy's". All of the portraits are now hanging on Izzy's wall. All of Traister's work is great, though.
Unboxing the Asus EeePC 901 ~ i'm trying out this whole "netbook" trend to give it a fair chance ~ see how tiny it is on my tower of laptops i rounded up? (that's my 15" mbp on the bottom! and G1 on top!)
Henk Hofstra returns to Rotterdam in the Netherlands for a new piece, Carcreditcrisis. Live from Ahoysquare, Henk spread and painted twenty cars, one in blue and nineteen in red to symbolize the worldwide credit crisis.
Amazon Windowshop has "taken out the text and created an immersive experience to help you lose yourself in exploration". The navigation is mainly keyboard based with a heavy layout emphasis on video, audio and imagery.
Unleash your ferocious oldschool combo on your unsuspecting opponent and watch him slide all the way to K.O. Ten high quality limited edition hand pressed badges featuring a mix of arcade buttons for showing off your oldschool combos.
Monki is a unique retail concept where the store, it's design and everything related is based on a fantasy story. The otherworldly design has been thought up by Electric Dreams, we get to chat with them and showcases some mind blowing photography.....
Virgil O. Stamps is a one-man show letterpresser who reclaims materials from his Brooklyn neighborhood shops and people. He uses all of these things for letterpressed business cards and notecards and invites. Not one is the same as the other
At the Psycho Buildings exhibition at the Hayward Do-Ho Suh stretched sheer red nylon to create a false ceiling with a set of stairs suspended from the centre looking like an entrance into an invisible attic.