Astonish Me, a short film for the WWF telling a magical tale of adventure and discovery showcasing some of the extraordinary species recently found around the world. Created by Stephen Poliakoff and director Charles Sturridge.
London-based artist, Ben Turnbull, used to spend time drawing and carving out some exquisite caricatures on to school desks which today had led him to become a controversial artist with his controversial works.
The Smash Collective. "We want to see where styles will collide, outside the perimeters of a pre-set concept and strict direction. To grow and evolve as the months pass, it will meld and turn into something cohesive."
The Blind Barber teams up with JOYA to create a small capsule collection of artisanal candles and fragrances. The candles come in a midnight blue colorway in stainless steel Barbicide glass jars used by barbers.
Orbit: A Swiveling Smartphone Suction Mount A Product Design project in San Francisco, CA by Jon Norton & Joe Molinari ...a third arm for any mobile device. Genius and simple, and attaching screens to ANYTHING.
"Segment" is a modular communication solution. Each Segment can simply be connected to another segment, offering a variety of combinations and allowing you to adjust your body to the right position suitable for you.
By coincidence, three of Australia’s finest were all in town during the same week. The awesome guys over at VNA organized a meet up at an undisclosed location in London and invited itdrewitself along to film the action.
Olafur Eliasson's Your House, commissioned by the Library Council of MOMA. The book is a laser-cut negative impression of his house in Copenhagen. Each of the 454 pages individually cut, corresponds to 2.2 cm of the actual house.
DV01 is a bicycle concept aimed towards a contemporary target group, that considers the bicycle to be both a convenient means of transportation and a product with a high aesthetical value. Built by designer David Qvick.
The Cincinnati based E13 Workshop explores materiality through hand crafted furniture and bags. These stunning of photographs of the newly released walnut tea table depict the piece in the very forest where the wood was reclaimed.