Imagine being an astronaut and being able to use these NASA space tools designed to repair the Hubble. Some tools such as drills and other components were designed to reduce holding fatigue and prevention of pieces floating away.
TUMI Alpha Collection gets militant for Autumn 2009 with two pieces of luggage for those in the 'urban battlefield'. "The digital camouflage print is applied to ballistic nylon creating the ultimate statement in utilitarian style…"
"Engadget Labs: The best mobile broadband carrier in America" ~ love this thorough post on Engagdet reviewing all the current options in mobile data sticks... now if only the overages and caps weren't so ridiculous...
At this year’s Milan furniture fair the German manufacturer ClassiCon presented some famous classic creations by Sergio Rodriges, a real doyen of Brazilian furniture design. We had the honour of interviewing him in Milan.
Tote Bags as Throw Pillows! A NOTCOT Experiment... i have too many awesome tote bags that suck as tote bags, but seems like they might make great throw pillows instead... new way to reuse your reusable bags?
Suck UK's Bungee Bird Feeder! "It’s more or less fact that squirrels and sparrows are huge fans of extreme sports, so what better way to treat them than to this bungee jumping feeder." designed by Mitchell Robinson
Victorinox, Swiss Army Knife manufacturer, and Airstream have collaborated on a specially designed 125th anniversary edition trailer, limited to 125 editions and cost approx $60k. Complete with lots of goodies.
Rockwell Group, in collaboration with Jones + Kroloff, designed “Hall of Fragments,” the entrance installation to “Out There: Architecture Beyond Building,” the main exhibition for the 2008 11th annual Venice Architecture Biennale.
Barbara Siegel’s latest solo show *ROCK STARS* has its opening reception this Thursday at the A.I.R. Gallery in Dumbo, Brooklyn. The work displayed in *ROCK STARS* was inspired by the mineralogist extraordinaire Clifford Frondel.