Wow that's an impressive pi tattoo
Signature bangle design by Liana Kabel using retro black and white knitting needles handshaped into bracelets. (see #1602 for more)
Amazing origami by Origami Joel on Flickr.
i present, the rollertoaster
We all become nostalgic at Christmas, Easter and other holidays. The utility items from Cult Design connect to tradition, but have a modern expression.
The Barbara Bowl from Myrica Design.
This all-electric sports car from Tesla surly takes the whole industry, "designing cars that are good for the environment", to the next level.
Stocking are a must for Christmas. Monster stockings are a necessity.
Make your own Fleece Dog, from bits of wool and actual hair from your own pet. I'm glad my dog is all metal and plastic...
If a moleskine is the analog equivalent of a PDA, this is the Desktop: the Giant Sketch is a 8000 page, 18" tall notebook, available from MATTER. (via JoshSpear)
Necklaces made from old transit tokens.
Here's a whole line of t-shirts designed to make fun of corporate bullshit. Wear one to your next shmoozefest.
a turntable powered by a 2.5 cc enginge.
If you don't preserve nature by installing solar panels, who will? - Incredible ad campaign for EDF.
On great concepts - Love what R Stevens is proposing over at Diesel Sweeties - the alternative to Secret Santas... and use your blog, etc to win free goodies... far more fun and less stress than buying for a stranger.
beautiful, cute recycled clothes by swiss designer barbablau
"business card for canadian personal trainer poul nielsen designed by publicis, toronto. the name card is difficult to read until it is stretched."
The plastic cursor frames and defines the numbers 1 -31 giving a hidden function to what appears to be a pleasing graphic print. An excellent Christmas gift idea . . .
Remember my com post about Gifts for Your Indie Ninja? Cnet's CRAVE blog - picked it up and RAN with it - defining who the indie ninja is... updated my post, it was too funny not to share.
THINK! by Steelcase - review on com. 99% recyclable, gorgeous, simple, intuitive, and oh so ergo. I think this is THE chair for web 2.0 - the aeron was so last bubble.
Double Butter based in Denver , this furniture design studio powered by the creative stylings of Dexter Thornton and David Larabee.
Found on core77.com
Impressive 2007 Tech Guide over at Men's Health... cool new nike+ipod=Amp+ bluetooth remote watch thing...
Love these new pieces over at Wooster, Location: Albany's abandon buildings, stencils by, dwell, one unit and Mr. Prvrt
widgetstation is a desk clock which can run widgets! hardware web 2.0 :)
Solistone metal stone tiles...
"Stokke Gravity balans offers you the ultimate in comfort. This recliner provides extreme relaxation for mind, spirit and body."
There is a fairytale aspect to Shawn Lovell's bed. Although I'm not sure I would want a bird nest directly above me while I sleep...
It's nice to see that designer are beginning to think about our best friends as well. This futuristic bed from WOWBOW is crafted from 10mm thick acrylic and furnished with luxury faux suede cushions.
If you don't like putting real animals up on your wall, but still like the idea and the look of it, this moose bust made of beech wood might do the trick.
The ball-shaped Eva Solo bird feeder is a decorative feature outdoors and a popular feeding place for the small birds in the garden all year round.
Cool Hunter reports on Cartier doing a jewel-encrusted Elephant Polo Match in India... wow.
Product of God. What a name. Deep breathe, once you're over the name... they have great limited ed prints! From artists like my fav Genevieve Gauckler!!
I love Jordan Crane's work, and this cover for Craphound 6 is awesome. "Full to the bursting point of images depicting death, telephones, and scissors." How could I NOT buy this??
dr. of botany in paris, patrick blanc is the originator of the vertical garden. his english site is finally up (mostly), and the work on it is amazing. (this photo does not do it justice.)
The portfolio of Ravi Vasavan
Concept storage solution by Tom Seymour.
Pewter Sea Horse Wine Aerator - there's something mesmerizingly pretty about this... cool idea...
People Like Us Collective introduces a new line of shirts (with hoodies on the way) - a fresh new site! - AND new packaging... talk about productive! And i'm in love with this fish.
For your not quite starving artist friend, a real can of Campbell's Warhol Soup. $12 a can at Barney's
Hotel Basico : A nice hotel here in the caribbean beaches of mexico, absolutely mexican style... Notice that the reception is a juice shop.
Nice Mexican photographer, the site is on spanish, hope you manage to understand it 'cause its worth it. He has really nice photos there... Love the anime ones.
This smoke detector from Snapalarm is truly innovative. Simply place the alarm on the cord of a pendant lamp with a click, no tools are needed.
These quirky Christmas Pudding bin liners are perfect for the up and coming season.
Fun black and white necklaces by Archive Jewelry... will need to find out more about these!
Geoff McFetridge's Creature Off My Back line of creatures... this one is my favorite.
I got sick and tired of losing flash drives, so I've embedded my flash drive into a regulation sixteen pound bowling ball.