1001 Rules for My Unborn Son by Walker Lamond - Boys need rules. One man's instructions for raising a thoughtful, adventurous, honest, hardworking, self-reliant, well-dressed, well-read, well-mannered young gentleman.
The talented author & artist of The Art of Wooing: An Email Tale of Modern Courtship is teaching mixed media classes at Hands on 3rd, a very cool new spot in LA that functions as a public work space for artists at all levels.
Hiroshi Tanabe's wonderful clean and fragile style looks like old woodcuts and has been published in The New Yorker, NYT magazine, Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Rolling Stone and a lot of fashion and beauty brands.
Wall and Piece' was conceived as a piece of furniture as meeting point. The oak frame supports steel plates at cleverly considered heights: sitting height, table height, counter height, bar height and the highest plate at a height which you can just about reach.
Using Styrofoam scavenged from the dump, American artist Andrew Junge sculpted a Hummer to highlight waste and consumption in North American culture. 17ft (5.2m) long, 6ft (1.8m) high and 8ft (2.4m) wide.
Bar House by Peter Gluck & Partners is located on a deep narrow valley. The geometrical form designed to give a sense of floating across the valley, while providing the best view to the valley from the roof-top terrace.
The Veritas RS III Roadster is officially entering production. This resurrected brand from the late 1940s features a radical carbon-fiber body, hidden passenger seat and BMW V10 engine capable of 510 hp. Only 30 will be built at a price of €345,000.