Limited edition skateboard decks by Steve Olson and Harry Jumonji. The deck has a unique shape and a shiny black base. Each deck is signed and numbered using silver Krink ink pens, Independent Trucks and 78 Ricta cloud wheels.
SubMap from Dániel Feles, Krisztián Gergely, Attila Bujdosó, and Gáspár Hajdu, of new media research lab Kitchen Budapest. Abstract subjective maps of Finland that represent online and offline activity and personal preferences.
Core77 enjoy dinner with DesignMarketo at London's Barbican Centre. At this 'FoodMarketo' event the menu was developed by Maud Faussurier and the Barbican's Quentin Fitch, along the theme of 'Shoots and Sprouts.'
10,000 digital paintings for GF Smith, the UK's renowned paper manufacturer, created in a process combining generative processes with creative intuition. Here's a small documentary about the digital print process.
Coming this May from Phaidon, an extraordinary look at the history of the modern office chair. A Taxonomy of Office Chairs by Jonathan Olivares delves into the past of the utility seat that in the modern world has gained cult-like status.
R. Luke Dubois joins 21 dating web sites and aggregates the language used in the profiles of 19 million people. He then uses this data to create beautiful and insanely detailed city and state maps in A More Perfect Union.
From 2007 to 2010, Gallup asked people in 148 countries all over the world what country they would consider moving permanently to. GOOD and Column Five Media share the results with this cute infographic.