President Obama unveiled new stimulus logos designed by Mode Project. We are thinking they look a little like fake logos from a movie, but I guess that's not bad considering it's the Federal Government.
David Trautrimas' Habitat Machines and Factories: digital composites of photographs that take everyday objects like sprinklers, staplers and coffee pots and turn them into architectural residences and factories.
"Old worn saddles have a beauty and patina of age that I find really attractive. The use of old, tired or broken saddles is an attempt to not only utilize an existing object, but also to elevate peoples perception of the old and pre-used..."
“hubble” is a stationary pencil management tool designed to make pencils and drawing supplies easy to organize and access. It spins and opens up if anything would ever fall through the holes. As the pencils get shorter, they can be repositioned!
Alexander McQueen's Collection for Target has launched! And it's a fun one! I love the use of Blythe dolls and playful designs. [p.s. have you seen the dolls we've tucked around the site? I'm so excited about them!]
Marcus Sjögerén & Jonas Ohlsson designes a furniture collection is artisan made and that fits in a society that focuses on sustainable development. The furniture should be able to use tools and live long given both the design and form.