what is it about jonas bergstrand's work that makes it so fun?
Walled Paper, blocks of concrete with wallpaper patterns embedded directly in the surface.
"At Custard Design we specialise in creating patterns in the form of repeats. Our patterns are suitable for anything that can be printed such as fabric, paper, plastic, etc."
The fluid dynamics of artificially intelligent race cars. Mmm Pretty.
ive been trying out these new doorstops out and they work surprisingly well!
the BBC reports: Hundreds of Paris Hilton albums have been tampered with in the latest stunt by "guerrilla artist" Banksy.
a bracelet made from chopsticks. kinda weird?
saw these rope hangers on design spotter...and cant get over how weird they are!
Thesaurus.com came up with a really fun way of looking for synonyms and antonyms. (: It's fun to play with-- the interaction is just really cool. Try it out!
Guinness pint glasses that say PURE GENIUS at the bottom... =)
also from kadushin, these are made from a single laser cutout of sheet steel. =)
The Oneliners collection is a research in the possibilities of furniture design with computer controlled, "directly from file" manufacturing, using the Internet as a communication medium.
i was pretty excited to find an angler nestled in this gorgeous print at substratum.
storms arent funny, but this picture is pretty priceless.
Mountain-Mountain products. Click the site (which is in Japanese) for more cute finds.
Fabulist.org just posted this XKCD comic and i cant stop laughing. and now i want to fill my studio with plastic balls to jump in...
STUPIDIOTIC - much of their stuff is genius. And love the RanDUMB button - just sit here pushing it over and over and being amazed.
HIPPOS! fabric over at reprodepot (love saying that outloud)
Chinese artist Tsang Kin-wah uses text in floral shapes to create beautiful wall paper and art.
Raising breast cancer awareness - with a line of eye catching schwag - and a couture line launching this month.
the POINTLESS pointy Pessimistic pencil
Reminds me of those horseballs.com hopalongs and the kids bouncy balls and the chairbag
... or is it?
Parisian Manhole Cufflinks! (other cities available too)
Puzzle Ring. Available in gold and silver. All the tiny pieces come apart (a real puzzle!). Comes with instructions. Site in Portuguese.
King-size jewellry that replaces the traditional chains at car entryways
A silver version of your grandma's cuckoo clock.
Extreme Origami on Discover
Fashion photography and hi-tech illustration mash-ups. From Dzark Design
Abnormal Behavior Child : Metal Insects illustrations
Nissan Terranaut : Talk about futuristic, even the name is from like 3010, (I almost said 2010 and thought, that's in 3 years... no futuristic enough.)
titanium wallet by Gary Scott USA. Available at guyshop.com
Skeletons of famous cartoon characters by Hyungkoo Lee. Arario Gallery also has a few other nice shows coming up, if you are going to be in Korea soon.
More Nalgene accessorizing
Good Creative : Logo design for the Rugby Football League (RFL). There is just something the contemporary edges and simplistic iconographic give to make this logo elegant despite the fact it represents such a brutal sport.
Illustrator Gez Fry : Not the most user-friendly website, but his work makes up for it...
Cool Concept: A LED Scale built into a cutting board...
Surreal flash design with a twist
Dunny for Dinner
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles illustrated by PenguinX
After watching, the Sketches of Frank Gehry (which I recommend), I had to post this Fish Lamp he created in the '80s. I absolutely love them.
Fresh rabbit tracks on the carpet, by Permafrost. (thanks MocoLoco)
One of DWR's New Products. Vase made by Tord Boontje. (The same guy who created the tattoos featured in #1104).
The cover of Heal The Bay's most recent news letter was too good not to share.
I've wanted a tree house ever since I was little. This thing would have made me THE happiest child on earth. Ever.