Dripping bottles can be a problem. Spanish designer Noro has solved the problem with something called the "Two lip system". And it doesn't hurt that the bottles themselves are really pretty...
Incredible and unexpected mural that Dara found in Sablon, Belgium
Review of the Tombow alternative to the space pen and the inka pens... writes upside down, under water, in space ~ and won't accidentally scribble inside your purse!
Stitch Motion Graphics NYC wishes you the happiest of holidays! We decided hip-hop and cheesy eighties graphics would be the perfect way to spread holiday cheer!
light objects 2007 by Nils-R. Schultze
On insanely cool looking watch gadgetry ~ check out the Vulcania ~ and this is only the BACK side! The front is even more impressive.
Gift Guide Day 1~ the final day of our 31 days of gift guides, and since you're probably out of time to do any online shopping reliably... lets look ahead at things to covet in 2008!
Possible futures include:* Professional Bowler * Flamenco Dancer* Donut Tycoon*Monkey Wrangler* Romance Novelist* Dog Show Judge * Criminal Mastermind* Mafia Accountant *
Paul Sandip, Pencil Eater - ATE is a double bladed stainless steel pencil sharpener which effectively sharpens large and small pencils to a comfortable sharp tip every time.
A small but engaging gallery of Soviet era Christmas cards. Lots of Santa and rockets.
Design is from the Fables and Fairy tales limited edition collection by Orange Willow, aka Wendy Allegree.
Impossibly beautiful glasswork ring made by a collaboration of a glassworker and a goldsmith. Other amazing glass pieces also in her shop.
I just found out that I'm no better at Handbell Hero than I am at its inspiration. Still, Happy Holidays from VML Agency.
A box full of RayD8s just showed up ~ not only does this two faced USB creature glow in the dark and come filled with digital delights, but did you know he has FEET? (footprints on the soles of them!)
Are you really still shopping? You're running out of time! And for the fun overwhelmingness of it all ~ check out what all 30 gift guides to date look like collaged in one image.
A stunning set of designs for CSI in this flickr set. There's even a CSI: Los Angeles!
New toys for the art enthusiast. The Tofu toy by Japanese company Medicom comes under the "Art of the World" theme!
A Day Without A Disposable Bag ~ Heal The Bay has proclaimed today No Plastic Bag Day! And to celebrate they will be giving away free reusable bags at various locations throughout LA today.
Сampaign for a McDonald’s burger called “Big ‘N’ Juicy”. To illustrate its size, we produced huge serviettes and serviette dispensers and placed them at a couple of places in Stockholm.
A wonderful ad made by TBWA\ESPAÑA for Spontex. Gold winner at Epica Awards.
sQuba is a new prototype car that can be driven underwater, much like a James Bond car. The car will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show and I would think that we will see more of this special car in the future.
brownbook’s cover for January-February 2008, exclusively at yatzer, 7 days before its official publication on the 27th of December 2007.
John Ross does amazing things with dye and 'blood' in his photography, on top of creating tons of other great images
A floating house for a salmon farm in southern Chile. It helps reduce the human footprint. The hotel floats on a big block of floating concrete. By Sabbagh Arquitectos.
The newly renovated A.P.C. store in Japan, by famous Wonderwall architects, came out incredible. By the same architects that did the Uniqlo store in NYC, and it is balanced + modern yet still warm!
Although the portable digital DJing device isn't out till feb, you can get the beta version of their software now! Pacemaker ~ you may have to register to get access.
Bandages for the Heart ~ in gold and silver, these bandage pins are in gold and silver with a red garnet blood droplet... come wrapped in gauze, and come in wedding ring form (perfect for paper cuts?)
A branding and packaging concept for sexual paraphernalia that is all about the "Experience" ~ Narcissus
"Dutch/Californian artist Bas Jan Ader was last seen in 1975 when he took off in what would have been the smallest sailboat ever to cross the Atlantic."
Gift Guide Day 2 ~ this second to last guide is all about gizmos and gadgets to help you have more fun taking pictures during the holidays!
Black hole with death ray totally obliterating a neighboring galaxy. So nuts!
A compilation of controversial ads produced by the fashion community. The above image is an advertisement by Sisley, a Benneton company.
The Buccellati Millennium necklace has over 1290 diamonds in it totaling over 104 carats, only one has been made and it costs $2.6 million.
Compelling interview with East Bay artist, Ala Ebtekar. Influenced both by Oakland graffiti and his Persian roots, Ebtekar manages to layer graphics and religious texts to reveal ironic perspectives.
Bloom's fresco loft baby chair wouldn't look out of place next to Eero Aarnio's bubble chairs for mom and dad.
Rankin's Eyescapes are incredible ~ i can't even imagine how amazing it would be to stare into these as large prints...
The Circle Project by Richard Sarson using a compass and pigment ink on 70gsm Cylus Offset. It makes me miss my Spirograph.
The Original Social Network - truly free and open for everyone to use... a christmas awakening from the team at Bam Creative.
N-Blox is a proposed residential building in Toronto, Canada by Quadrangle Architects.
The quietest place on Earth.
Amazing new holiday theme on A.viary.com
this special basketball item is made for celebrating the 23rd generation of air jordan
Holiday-O-Matic... like a slot machine, BUT FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
Noé Noviant design this cool and cute chair wich can be easily linked with other ones.
STEVE JOBS AT HOME IN 1982 — “This was a very typical time. I was single. All you needed was a cup of tea, a light, and your stereo, you know, and that’s what I had.” (creepy.)
The Kitsuné Noir you shouldn't eat: Black Sesame Ice Cream Candle a la sesame street (tip: follow the fox to access more of their wonderful music and nice clothes)