too bizarre not to post.
the classic enzo mari zoo puzzle features prominently in tomorrow's nytimes article on yves behar.
Modulex and Lego masterpieces.
Pretty little barebones workstation.
incredible, its made of straws! padlab has loads of other straw inspired objects too.
Pixile is a mobile projection system using sculptural installation. The Pixile creates a holographic illusion of spherical objects spinning, changing and reacting to each other in mid space.
love the pushmepullyou animal prints, but have held off on posting them...but today...the anteater wins. =)
Mattias Adolfsson is a new hero of mine. not only can he sktech gorgeously, his sketches are also delightfully playful. the layout of his sketchbooks is prety sweet too.
one more from r.los. how many times have you wished you could bring your bed with you...i know i will at 6am tomorrow...
oooh...love these lamps made from old CDs. =)
for some reason the SIXIXIS hangers reminded me of this piece by studiobility
gauckler's portfolio is filled with treasures...and the most bizarre characters!
Iron Lung t-shirt. Cool design.
I will have this on my bed some day...
Mazen Kerbaj decided to stay in beirut, and is blogging from there. It's harder to ignore a war when it becomes personal. I love his drawings
HAHAHA. I'm surprised I actually kinda like their album cover art!
theme hotel rooms are all the rage these days, but hotelfox seems by far the nicest. the good spirits room is my fave!
these bike frames are wild. not sure whether they're cool or ugly, but definitely different. if i were the cycling type...i might be tempted.
no, its not just crickets in a maze. it's CRICKET PACMAN! yes, its quite amzing and yes you need to check it out.
this image made me so proud of america. the article is about how messed up and wrong it all is, which is true. but professionalism in children beats the amateurism in this country.
Urban Chaos, also old news, but I still love his sticker set
these guys are old news, but they're still kinda awesome...
Artistic and scientific images from the Wellcome Trust's Biomedical Image Awards. Including this beautiful electron micrograph of a piece of pork.
the god antennae gives a whole new meaning to wild. just needs one long spike to pick up lightning...
not hardcore as some of the tapes we've seen, but this swallow tape is really cute! as is much of sewell's stuff.
i randomly stumbled this ozzie architect's site and couldnt get over how gorgeous this image is...(it looks even better without the crop).
i know, ANOTHER one, but i cant help myself, this is just too awesome.
not usually a fan of the new scientist, but this ridable robot was kinda sweet.
Concert Posters by F2 Design.
Modern Trailer Homes.
Silkworms form a fan. Let five or six wilkworms wriggle on the frames of a fan and the fan will be completed in three days.
Self Destruct control panel via USB.
Floating Bed - crazy round hammock - call it what you will - its unique and i wonder if its comfortable/a good use of space.
Cool french espadrilles from The String Republic. I would order a pair if I could make up my mind as to which one I like best.
I could have used those this weekend, for my "must drink everything before the move" party
Okay so we know that Target has been hooking up with some big name designers. Now they're hooking up with some smaller designers like Evan Hecox. I want this clock! And it's glass, not plastic!
fine. here. this is Mojizu.
New tech/design/etc blog from the kids who bring you Mojizu. you KNOW the character design community people.
website doesnt look like much, but this was so cute
apparently your monkeychow boy is selling his excess chow. wuss. the weirdest auction site is generally pretty awesome/gross though. =)
great posters, even better cause.
DIGG has a swarm - also a stack.
It's hard not to fall in love with Sarah Trop's jewelry creations.
Becky makes a line of bags called Sk8bags made from recycled skateboard decks.
NOT A GEEK. but this made me laugh. from #820