Dimensions is a sonic adventure game (iOS) by London-based startup RjDj, designed to "enhance reality rather than distract from it". Unlock Dimensions, collect Artifacts and defend yourself from the Artifact-stealing Nephilim.
Here's the most badass video you'll see today. It's Ice Cube giving a tour of modernist building design in Los Angeles, where he actually studied architectural drafting before breaking out as a gangsta rap star in the 1980s.
Sense of Flying.What´s it like flying down a mountain at 250 km/h? Espen Fadnes - The World’s Fastest Flying Human Being 2010 - teamed up with Project Managers Goovinn to communicate the experience of flying.
The 2012 Studio on Fire desk calendar! This year the theme is the Positive Apocalypse, featuring include brain-feasting zombies, a yeti, transfigured animals, Earth being devoured and a rainbow explosion.
SnowXu foldable snowshoes. The most portable full-function showshoes. Light, compact and easiest binding of any snowshoe. When folded a set is smaller than a yoga mat bag (bag is included). Easily fit 2 sets on a single pack.
James side table is a multi functional furniture. It has a small storage space, and a tabletop which also serves as a tray. It is always at your service, hiding small objects, serving drinks or functions as a small table. Design by Gridy.
The horizontal lines are distorted by the squares, so that they appear crooked. The effect caused by this perception is based on Zöllner illustration published in 1860. An now it became a modular shelf called 180 from cuatros cuatros.
Razer Blade ~ new laptop from razer ~ 17" 1080p thin aluminum body ~ and a lcd backed touchpad with programmable graphic buttons (whether for gaming... or photoshop, etc?) - all black with green backlighting...
Build your own gingerbread geodesic house with our dome template and easy to follow instructions including recipes for gingerbread and icing. Template is laser cut and scored for easy assembly. It's fun. It's festive.
Lotty Lindeman has worked as an independent designer from her studio in Eindhoven. Lindeman works on products with craftsmanship and sense of material and her design work is modest and shows a refined eye for detail.
What happens when a two dimensional QR-code is transformed into a three-dimensional structure? This is the question that German designer Elena Belmann asked herself before she created this wooden QR stool.