An entertaining and cheeky music video for “70 Million” by Hold Your Horses!, that offers a wink at art history as band members playfully reconstruct famous paintings in an off the wall lyrical interpretation all their own.
This spring Zona Tortona will literally be the playground of the guys from La Bolleur since they decided to bring their Mini Golf Club abroad! During the Milan Design Week you'll them at Via Vogehra 11.
Hydrofloors are vertically moving floors installed in an indoor or outdoor swimming pool that can be raised to different levels and even turn the surface of the pool into a usable floor. See the video of it in action!
For the contest that invited students to think of a temporary bar to represent their institution as an outstanding architectural object, designers Diogo Aguiar and Teresa Otto came up with a temporary bar made of 420 IKEA storage boxes.
SMFB created a great series of ads for Freia. Using cows to showcase Freia’s latest product, milk-chocolate with bits of Kvikk Lunsj. Kvikk Lunsj is very popular in Norway especially among skiers and hikers.
The Gathering is a collection of highly stylized beautiful animal heads by Alexander Blank that can be worn as brooches. Presently showing at the Galerie Rob Koudjis, an Amsterdam gallery for unusual jewelry designs.
Some of the best-known faces in ethical fashion and design, incl. Katharine Hamnett, celebrated illustrator Daisy de Villeneuve and Cyndi Rhoades,are joining forces for 'Think Act Vote' Submit your designs before 9th March!
Visual music with your head. Beardyman and Chris Cairns collaborated for this live audiovisual feast. Neurosonics Audiomedical Labs live show with assistance from holographic projection experts, Musion.
Nike Mercurial Vapor SuperFly II tonight in Battersea Power House London ~ awesome purpleness? glowing wall of shoes? cement+glass? + feels like apple store in a shipping container? See the cool display as well as shoes!
In 1958, Nat Mendelsohn purchased 320 square km of desert to turning into "California City," a paradise to rival LA. Mendelsohn’s vision fell flat, and California City is left as a “mirage of suburbia in the middle of nowhere.”