Internationally renowned street artists are traveling to London this weekend to participate in a street art battle in a location which will remain undisclosed until Friday morning. Admission is free and anyone can spray their own art within the designated areas.
Coffin Couches sells sofas made from actual recycled 18 gauge steel coffins. With options in leather colors and styles, they cost $3,500.00 each. They even have a pony hide coffin couch and a Dodger Blue one!
The Castlight by David Weeks looks like a candlestick and it is, but it's also an LED flashlight.Pick it up by it's rubberized grip, twist the handle, and you're holding a powerful LED flashlight. It can be used simultaneously for an ambient effect.
illustrator/designer Gianluca Fallone, 23, has already worked for like Nike, MTV and the Cartoon Network. His pop-psychedelic style and knack for self-referential ad design reads like a unique blend of Kashiwa Sato and Chuck Anderson.
New York City based photographer, John Roman, shoots his peers and friends in a way that makes them ours: setting the bar a little higher than just merely riding the 'point and shoot' fad that's so prevelent among young photographers today.
Golf 190 from Swedish Modern Living is a two story house with 6 rooms. The house is partly dress in ceder. Living and entertaining areas are designed to be upstairs and bedrooms and bathrooms down stairs.
The Wall Cleat is designer Karl Zahn's answer to the question, "What use is an electrical plug when your not plugged in?" A truly innovative blessing for the neat-freaks and cord-tangle haters out there.
St. Martin's gets a makeover ~ with this incredible distorted looking window... "The East Window, by artist Shirazeh Houshiary, shows the rippled image of a cross as if it were being seen reflected in water"
MKULLY was designed by Matthew Weekley and Brian Covey - these hand casted resin one-offs stand at 5-inches tall, with posable head and arms. there are 10#s up for grabs - with this current edition hand painted by Matt and Brian
Coolest. Envelopes. Ever. D!REKTRECYCLING - they transform old maps into the sweetest recycled envelopes i've ever laid eyes on... and you get to learn about the randomest places when you open your mail!