New Beck Album "The Information" might be worth buying just for the designer stickers...
Duck Fadar is the scariest weirdest coolest oddest rubber duckie yet, and there have been some odd ones out there lately.... he changes colors.... he looks like an ambient orb with a helmet...
iguana wallpaper! to be honest, i think i just like them because they're called "timorous beasties". what a great name.
ASCII Art makes it s comeback by way of shopping bags...
is it just me or does the ifish look decidedly smug?
Compartmentalize your trash can, in style. Simple Human step aside, i think you've got some competition...
Tom (myspace) and Craig (craigslist) make it into Vogue Italia? What is this world coming to?
Check out the web page. Cool twist on traditional Japanese painting
Royal Tichelaar Innocence Plate in fine bisque porcelain at Rose and Radish.
Splish glass centerpiece by Jeff Zimmerman for Steuben Glass
Venturi Eclectic, announced at the Paris Auto Show. I want one.
check out these boxes...slightly random street art, but kinda pretty.
More Greig ~ Representations - is it 2D? is it 3D? Does it hurt your head? Objects painted white, outlined, & photographed.
Cynthia Greig changes the way you see objects by shrinking them in Life-Size
instead of bottled water, how about water bottles? re-useable, eco-friendly, and--these ones from SIGG--totally stylin'.
Love the diamond in the V. Created by MEHEM an anonymous Japanese designer and sold via Colette. Also worthy is his gun and knife rings.
cute drawings by kid pirate on stuff at the pixelgirl shop.
another wild ring. this one from mikala mortensen.
cute pillow designs
whoa, this site makes me wonder if suffer from epilepsy. but...some pretty sweet posterage at iwant design.
i love these teak boxes. so simple and understated, yet gorgeous and practical. =)
interesting chair...made from a single sheet of plastic.
More Paris Auto Show --- Porsche Targa 4 and 4S give buyers the option of having the open sky experience of a convertible without loosing the rigidity of a solid roof.
"The unique hole-in-the-middle shape of the Classic 'Donut' teapot has intrigued collectors since its introduction in 1937." hmmmmm.
from the KleinReid "Eva" line. hmmmmmm.
donut FM radio at MoMAstore. hmmmmm. do i detect a trend?
bi-functional, attractive, yet the best thing about this toilet roll holder/magazine rack is its name: the Loo Read. from the designers at Black + Blum of London, at welldressedhome.com.
SEED Thank A Science Teacher Postcard Campaign ~ great design meets science crests
One more incredible photograph of the Blaschka's works... can you believe it is made of GLASS?
During the late 19th century, the Dresden studio of LEOPOLD BLASCHKA and his son RUDOLF produced glass models of plants and sea creatures for natural history museums and aquaria all over the world.
Good Combination Boards.... hehe.
Giant suspended sculptures made out of brilliant mini sculptures. the works of Helmick and Schechter
Laser cut steel brings vector graphics sensibility to the furniture design world. Make sure to also take a look at Susan Bradley's outdoor wallpaper series.
Another item for the era of Mass-Customization. The PP01 radio by Intempo Digital with a customizable front cover.
Versace gets its hands on a Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 ~ looking very mod with the black and white.
So Many Tiny Icons at MIT - go make your own
Hotel Marques de Riscal is another example of builders taking Frank Gehry's sketches too literally.
While revolutionizing home appliances.... (think ball vacuum) - Dyson follows it up with the Washing Machine, which has two contrarotating drums...
Giant + Yellow + Sticky = Genius Pad, giant yellow sticky notes by Arash and Kelly.
Remember when Ai Yamaguchi did the limited edition bottles for Shu Uemura cleansing oils? This year it is John Tremblay ~ beautiful mathematical looking curves
Attilio Codognato jewelry. Check out the diamond 7 skull necklace at the end of the PDF and the "Moretto" skeleton brooch
The sinister sportscar for brilliant villains, the 2008 Audi R8, that just launched in Paris. Pics and videos are on the out now...
I know it's just a bunch of coloured cans but there is something truly amazing about this, apart from the amount of time to have created it.
I'm loving this set of short films by Eric Lerner called Mr. CityMen. This guy: Mr. Fortune, reminds me vividly that I miss Spain.
Gregory Crewdson: Similiar in style to diCorcia, his photographs are on a much larger scale, production wise. Epic levels of drama are reached with film quality lighting and ultra obsessive compulsive scene creation.