Using entirely reclaimed corrugated boxes from his trash and neighborhood, artist Mark Langan transforms the everyday material into something other than its original intended purpose ... aesthetically beautiful 3-dimensional art.
MINI Beachcomber is a four-seater concept car designed for maximum driving pleasure. Done without doors, a conventional roof and all other body elements which might possibly limit the occupants' encounter with their surrounding world.
Students from Emily Carr University making rad Olympic themed displays at the Lululemon Lab in Vancouver. The concept changes every few days. From 3D bobsled team made of fabric to pixel wall made of spools revealing images of athletes!
Objective of the 'A' series: utility and refine user experience. 'A' narrow bar height table can be engaged from either direction. 'A' bench is a bar stool height long bench that keeps those seated at the same eye level as those standing.
Photographer Daniela Edburg has long incorporated knitting in to her photography, but has taken it to a new level with her recent show STITCH, including hand-knit wedding tables, wine glasses, bombs, and brains and more.
Some nice projects and creative work by designer Ben Lloyd. A lovely diverse mix of advertising and conceptual projects. Really like the business cards on recycled stock seen on the landing page and in the archive section.
Richie Hawtin and Derivative software have launched a contest that will allow fans to design visuals for Hawtin's 2010 Plastikman world tour. The contest allows interested designers access to a custom version of TouchDesigner software.
Similiar to Japanese Oragami, this house unfolds like a piece of slice paper from the sloped site. The negative space between the slices creates wonderful clerestories for natural light and ventilation.
Wonderfull campaign for swedish flooring company Bolon's new line of eco-friendly woven vinyl flooring.
Nature photography and handicraft have inspired renderings of flowers, herbs and plants in woven vinyl.
'Inviting, surprising, obscure, strange and beautiful' describe the acts performing at London’s most exhilarating new venue… thanks to design-legend Tom Dixon, it could just as easily describe the flamboyant interior....
An eruption of lavalike movement flows upward. The concentrated, vibrant colors mirror the saturated tones of nature, an overwhelming sense of chaos that reflects mankind's hazardous but organic tendencies
It's a big dilemma: bottled water vs. tap water? The answer is: Bobble. Designed by Karim Rashid, Bobble is a filtered water bottle which makes tap water safe to drink. This means it's green, healthy and looking so cool!