Founded by artist Ryder Ripps, Internet Archaeology is a project that “seeks to explore, recover, archive and showcase the graphic artifacts found within earlier Internet Culture. Classic, worth a look!
The E-Wolf e1 electric sports car is being unveiled this week at the Frankfurt Motor Show. It began as an engineering exercise between E-Wolf, top design firms and the Technical University of Dresden. Amazingly 991 pounds!
The Aller Media Building, with its gently bowing and triangular form, delineates the point of Havneholm that projects out into Copenhagen harbour, and is surrounded by water on two sides. By PLH Architects.
Biscuit Tin magically fills with a random selection of your lovely public photos on Flickr so you can rediscover things you'd forgotten about from long ago. Things that made you smile, laugh or maybe even cry.
"NANIKORE?"(JP) "What's this?(ENGL) is a clothing-edition by the austrian designer Edwina Hoerl, living in Tokyo. This fantastic cigar/invitation is the promotion object designed by SO+BA Design, it release the "What's this?"-effect more than perfect.
You would expect that innovations in the book industry would be a technological one. Probably a newer and improved e-reader. But no, not this invention. It generally redefines how we’ve been using books since about 1450.