How can a drugstore product value the atypical consumer that doesn’t identify with corporate cosmetic brands? The firefly concept was to focus on the emotional empowering desire young women feel to create an individual look.
OP-1 stands for Operator 1 and is a pocket size controller for your software sequencer. Connect it to your laptop and it lets you control your sequencers transport with the common play, stop, rec, forward and rewind. By Swedish Teenage Engineering.
"it is a glass for drinking a lot." I think that just about sums up this design from Kyouei Designs - "when the amount in the glass decreases, a constant amount is poured from the tank into the glass."
In my opinion, Audrey Kawasaki is one of the best artists in our modern era. Many of us have had the privilege of viewing her beautiful paintings. Here we take a look at her art on another canvas, the human body as Tattoos!
Richard Hutten will be exibiting a series of glass dildos at the Red light design event in Milano this week! The series of glass dildo´s have champagne glass stem, and are made to celebrate special moments.
Typographic artist Niels 'Shoe' Meulman has a thing for traditional silk scarves, also known as carrés. Though maybe not apparent at first glance, a detailed look reveals the designer’s roots in graffiti and anarchy.
Patrick Gavin has just exhibited new works in a gallery setting showcasing "objects that intend to orchestrate relationships or instigate the recognition of boundaries amongst and between things and people".
"Rabbits" is a new series by artist Zoe Williams. The trophy heads will be part of an Earth Day Exhibition this month at the Lower Eastside Girls Club's Art + Community Gallery in New York, NY. Reception 6-9pm on Earth Day!
TUMI, Mandarina Duck, Timbuk2, Acme Made, Built NY, Kenneth Cole, and more... DESIGNED FOR DELL? Their move into the accessories market is looking pretty beautiful ~ impressed with some of the exclusives they've managed!
This triptych is based on the famous Japanese painting, “The Great Wave off Kanagawa”. Instead of paint, the colors are composed of 2.4 million pieces of plastic - the estimated amount of plastic that enter the world’s ocean’s every hour!