Sleek aluminum kaleidoscopes by Japanese artist Tomoo Hosono. Inside are non-colored pieces which produce saturated patterns of changing color through the scientific phenomenon known as birefringence. (Japanese text)
IDEA: A Christmas tree that ran solely from a potato battery. We realized that would have to be a huge-ass potato so we made it digital- and to keep it in the spirit, we made it a yam-ran-Christmas greeting.
For part of La Blogotheque's brilliant "A Take Away Show" video-concert series, Vincent Moon filmed an absolutely amazing acoustic session with Fleet Foxes inside an abandoned wing of Paris' Palais Royale.
Nice packaging design for Bull-A-Rook whiskey by Kyle Poff. I like how both sides of the label are considered, with the plainer side on the exterior and a layered map that can be viewed from the backside.
Some of us grew up drinking from these bottles and cans, most of us threw away after drinking but some of us kept them. Allen is a good example of such collector, he has captured many old items and in a way preserving them in the form of pictures.
The store, created by Ksubi in association with Herbert & Mason architects, leads the way in social and economical design by focusing on salvage and “mash” culture to produce an aesthetic the team call “homeless chic”.
NOTCOT Holiday Special - Baxter of California is offering NOTCOT readers a 20% discount on all products using the code NOTCOT in the Coupon Code Section ~ good for 48 hours only ~ ends Sunday Dec 6th, midnight PST.
Ever wonder where Creativity comes from? Creative juicing has historically been an elite pursuit accessible only to those lucky enough to be born into one of the South West's big five juicing families. Hilarious Video!
yet another great product from the mind of jamie hayon: this time, a little disco lighting via 2008. swarovski sparkle shady: unlimited possibilities for installation, crystals allow for an amazing game of light, on or off.
11,000 sq-ft Concept Store/ Event Space by Puma (created by Lot-Ek) - Twenty-four shipping containers are retrofitted and transformed into PUMA CITY, a transportable retail and event building that is traveling around the world