Glass Terrariums by UMA. New glass bubble morph shapes that are organic in their own right. Each glass terrarium is slightly different but the shape if very similar due to the hand blown reclaimed glass process.
Pasta Sauna - Inspired by the Italian Futurist Cookbook, which condemned pasta as a food that made humans lethargic and overweight, Dutch “eating-designer” Marije Vogelzang uses the steam from boiling pasta to create a sauna.
Discover "La Pâtisserie des Rêves" by Philippe Conticini, the classic French tradition of the Paris-Brest Tart Tatin, via a Saint Honore, will soon take a turn in this world taste, highlighted by a trendy boutique and very colorful.
Manuel Jouvin has made this packaging for cooked snail out of snail excrement's. In fact, in order to give it the right colour, snails are encouraged to eat coloured paper witch again will give a coloured poop!
THE (Art) VAULT wins American Architecture Award. A storage facility in Miami, whose facade works like a series of boxes (canvases) that are used as an installation to display public art by both emerging and established artists.
Artist Mark Gonzales built a nine skateboard contraption called the "Circle Board." This video shows his friend and fellow skateboarder, Anthony Pappalardo, attempting to ride it around NYC. The last clip shows that Gonzales is the master of his creation.
An old buildings gets a new life with fluid interiors designed by JFAK. The building houses the new Graduate Aerospace Laboratories at the California Institute of Technology, and the futuristic interiors fit with the hi tech research going inside.
Artificial Paradise, Inc is an experimental film anticipating a future where a major corporation has developed an unique software, based on organic virtual reality, which holds all the lost memories of humankind.
A study done on public sleeping by Jamie O'Shea. Through designing, building and using a collapsible vertical bed he tested the effects of power napping in random spots around New York City. Click on the image to see a video!
Interview with legendary graffitti artist, Erni Vales, who began painting the sides of subway trains in the mid to late 80s. It was the peak of the graffiti years in NYC and he was able to get into the gallery scene quickly from there.