The Department Store, a new retail destination modelled on the traditional department store experience of the 1920s and 30s. The identity by Brogen Averill focuses on the understated values of the department store concept.
Vintage Herman Miller tv commercials were at times absurd, visually interesting, or just clearly from another time period. The reinterpretations of the classic Herman Miller logo as a moustache and the animated intros are a couple of the highlights...
This very cool animation takes one man's life and allows us to watch it all unfold on Facebook. Produced by Maxime Luere it is funny, insightful and if you use Facebook perhaps provides some food for thought too.
‘Watering Holes’ fountain by Robin Monotti Graziadei. Winner of the Tiffany Across the Water & Royal Parks Foundation International Competition. Features circular holes for adult, children/wheelchair and pets' drinking heights.
Part of its 'DRINKS' campaign, ABSOLUT VODKA has used the bustling streets of Chicago to bring to life the unique universes created by visionary photographers, Ellen Von Unwerth and Amanda De Cadenet. By TBWACHIATDAY.
Australian Designer Henry Pilcher has designed Block 2, a light encased in an 'icosahedron' (20 identical equilateral triangles) and crafted from mountain ash, spun metal (shades) and colour-matched custom aluminium brackets.
Mercedes-Benz Advanced Design uses Sculpture and Art as ways to explore abstract concepts... see this stunning series of 4, with honeycombed perspectives, stringy batmobiles, chaotic layering, and polygons...
Smart (like the car) escooter FASHION concepts! Functional chic, with details like a leather clutch that doubles as the back protector of the leather jacket, reflective detailing, stylish/protective cuffs and more.
12.11.10 Metallic Machination @ Toy Art Gallery in Los Angeles, CA with Cris Rose, DrilOne, Phu!, Jester, and Rohby. If you love rust, rivets, machines, robots, military, futuristic artwork, then be there.
If you haven't yet been able to get to London to see Chinese artist Ai WeiWei's magnificent sunflower seed installation, here's another opportunity to see his work, Nov 18th - Mar 27th at Copenhagen's Faurschou Gallery.
Meticulously recreated, yet with his own – often dark – personality etched upon them, the 100 covers that comprise brilliant illustrator, JP Thurlow's new exhibition at Hoxton's KK Outlet are breathtaking and fascinating.
Newly launched blog called foTO (Focus on Torontonians) features a Toronto-based creative person once a month. They've started it off with graffiti artist Posterchild. Striking photography and light-hearted writing.
LEGO release their Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 Kit as a realistic 1:17 scale version of the supercar with 741 pieces. It even has an opening trunk, doors and engine compartment, and the Spyder’s roof actually folds away.
Canberra-based energy company, ActewAGL, recently celebrated their 10th anniversary by commissioning Frost* Design and Robert Foster to produce this staggering piece of work for the ground floor of their new headquarters.
Mark Mcclean is the artist of this dynamic plate, random sushi tray, specially created for sushi food. The plate is paired with small bowls for soup or sauce which can sit within one of the many ‘nests’ within the surface.
At first glance, it might seem difficult to reconcile modernist architecture, with a rural, forested site in the midst of Ohio. However, architect Jim Dorenbusch found his inspiration in the work of Alvar Aalto and other Scandinavian modernists.