Roto-uku, minimal rotary-necked guitar concepts designed with only one sheet of formed wood or carbon fiber composing the body. The shape of the final guitar is like a megaphone with only tuning keys and strings required.
Jørgen Høvelskov's 'Harp Chair' transformed into a Christmas Tree. This piece is a part of the installation at the Danish Embassy 'Creative Christmas: 50 Years of Iconic Danish Design' showing on December 9, 2010.
The Linna Armchair design revisits historical elements like avant-garde and memory. The chair is made of solid wood with multilaminated shells in the seat and back allowing for a variety of forms, and the material is in harmony with the human body.
Artist & Illustrator Zachary Johnson has been doing new work in "negative" pen and ink. He takes photographs, inverts them, draws the inversion in pen, and then takes the negative scan for the final print. A ghostly, glowing effect.
Singapore designer Fung Kwok Pan set out to prove cold industrial materials like steel and concrete can be comfortable with the Concretus chair. The chair is made from concrete tiles linked together using small pieces of wire.
Google Japan releases the geekiest fashion show so far – four girls using Image Search and a projector to show that you can do more with Google than you imagine. Robbin Waldemar of Weiden+Kennedy. Directed by Kosai Sekine.
'Plastic City' by artist Bang-Yao Liu is a recreation of the city of Shanghai made completely from inexpensive plastic boxes, bins and other assorted products commissioned for Converse’s ongoing artist series.
The Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art + Design and the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) celebrate a second year of a unique partnership during the NADA Art Fair in Miami Beach, from December 2 to 5, 2010.
2011 // Linear Month Calendar Print. A brand-new style of calendar that shows each month as a complete line organized on weekly columns. Limited run of letterpress prints available in red, black, & blue.
Adam Good at Pulse Art Fair Miami. New Obsolescents displays photographs in iPods that have been hacked to only show one image. When purchased, they are fully charged, and then their power ports (and images' fate) are sealed.
Urban Outfitters Corporate Campus, designed by Meyer Scherer & Rockcastle transformed four dilapidated historic buildings in Philadelphia’s Navy Yard, into an award winning adaptive reuse headquarters.
Comprised of 50 ceiling-mounted, LED devices that emanate from a mechanical arm, pushing light through the custom-cut Swarovski crystal lens, Troika's installation at Design Miami is delicate, elegant and exquisite.
UNESCO is featuring an incredible exhibit of satellite images of the ravages of climate change at the UN Conference on Climate Change (COP16). Shown above: a satellite image of glacial recession in the Ilulissat Icefjord.