Frederik Vercruysse brings some well lit and framed images to this world. Mainly shooting industrial and architectural scenes, he isolates the otherwise-busy environments into fictitious worlds whose occupants are nowhere to be seen.
Alexander Girard was so smitten with Marilyn Neuhart’s dolls that he asked her to make 100 for the 1961 opening of his Textile & Objects store. House Industries has asked Marilyn to create four new designs.
'hello haptic' flash card kit by korean designer's rhea jeong , young soo hong, sunmin lee and sae hee lee, is a flash card kit that allows visually impaired children to learn about their sense of touch
Ford trucks with Dewalt - now keeping a running tally of what construction tools are back on board and which may have been left on the job site. It's part of Tool Link, a $1,500 RFID tag option for Ford trucks.
Nothing says 'Thank You' like a Yak and a no-nonsense expression of gratitude. A printable thank you card, perfect for the guys in your life. Just download the PDF, print and cut. Print as many times as you want!
The Buenos Aires based illustrator Max Dalton is about to release a picture book for children with Peter Ackerman. Gorgeous mid-century style images preview on his blog. Can’t wait to get my hands on this book!
Julia Sherman's A-Room-A-Loom is a site-specific weaving experiment, using the building’s walls to turn a room into a simple machine. You're welcome to pitch in and weave your own materials this month! On display at SEA Change in Portland, Oregon.