Mile Aldriges worked with Lavazza for their 2010 calendar. Their 18th calendar visually interprets six Italian classic songs: "Va' Pensiero", "Guarda Che Luna", "'O Sole Mio", "Con Te Partirò", "Baciami Piccina" and "Nessun Dorma".
Architects Eat recently has completed the ELM & Willow House. The U-shaped plan which to provide a series of visual layering between the spaces, while also creating a better relationship between inside and outside.
Genevieve Côté was very busy in developing those pretty triangular prisms for a large number of spices known and less known. The result is striking and the modular boxes allow very interesting geometrical configurations.
Designers from mode:lina architektura & consulting came up with a visionary skyscraper inspired by human kinetics. GESTERBINE (gesture + water + turbine) is in fact a device that helps to stop steppisation in western Poland.
With high-powered video projectors and patented video mapping technology, Klip Collective transform the Art Deco façade of the Edison Hotel in Miami Beach into an eye-catching 3D illusion for the Super Bowl in February 2010.
The Toro collection by german label Zwei is made of the finest, vegetable-tanned leather and without chemical additives. The Toros are especially lightweight for leather bags and have a practical interior layout.
With art from the likes of Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin and Julian Opie alongside public submissions, Michael Landy's 'Art Bin' is a comment on creative failure... see it soon though, it's set to be destroyed at the end of the week.....
Located near the world famous site of Woodstock, 100 miles north of New York City, Ben Ryuki Miyagi’s dramatic renovation of a 1960s home is challenging, unique and, well, frankly more than a little frightening...
Playmobil Safe Crackers ~ you can even set the combination on the safe lock! And there is something very Hipster Hobo about the look of these two with their stubble, striped shirts + jackets, and irremovable sunglasses...
"Shopping turned on its head" isn't just a meaningless tagline for GAP. They literally mean it. To promote their new loyalty program, Sprize, the GAP in Vancouver, BC turned its entire store upside-down.
The Objects of Desire exhibit featured at the Museum of Design Atlanta, showcased works produced via computer-aided manufacturing processes, challenging forms and aesthetics that were previously inconceivable.