For those of you not lucky enough to live on one of the ocean coasts of fantabulous summertime Italy, here's a new set of photographs of waterfront signage from design-conscious pic clicker Luca Paolassini!
Sharp’s new LED bulbs comes with a remote control that features a dimming function as well as the ability to select seven different shades of white… so your guests can never complain that they don’t like the ambiance.
You know what's not gonna work forever? Moore's Law. The chips! They can't stand it. However, books will. They don't even need laws. Here's a project to prove it, complete with tweezers and a magnifying glass.
Pulp, a collaboration between photographer Neil Krug and super model Joni Harbeck. The project started out as a Flickr page that got so much attention Krug decided to expand upon it and publish a book due out in August
Single Speed Design villa for the ORDOS 100 project. For me, this is the best villa so far, with a very clear separation between activities during the day. Also, looks like a contemporary castle on the outside.
Red Stripe and Fader magazine team up for some exclusive Jamaican Tracks ~ and they are downloadable, but also showed up in the cutest Red Stripe USB Key ~ beer for my computers! See the awesome graphics as well!
American street artist ABOVE just released his latest video from his current European tour. The new video from Madrid, Spain showcases more site specific installations and word-plays. The music is also wonderful.
Artist Hiroshi Sunairi is sharing Hibaku seeds -- literally, "A-bombed trees" that survived Hiroshima -- with people around the world. His show documenting their growth will be exhibited at the Horticultural Society of New York this winter.
Croatian manufacturer Element presented ‘FKY’ shelf by Austrian designers of For Use in Milan. The irregular structure, horizontal sticks parallel while the vertical ones are slightly inclined, gives stability to the simple construction.
Brilliant never seen before photographs of Pablo Picasso's 'Flashlight Centaur'. Picasso’s light drawings—were made with a small flashlight in a dark room, the images vanished almost as soon as they were created.