Maya Barkai, founder of Walking Men Worldwide, invites amateur and professional photographers alike to join a collaborative community of artists by taking a photo of traffic-light Walking Men around the world.
“A reversing of a traditional production process; not from wood to paper, but the other way around.” The Newspaper Wood by Meike Meijer & Vij5 can be cut, milled and sanded and generally treated like other type of wood.
Pintail by Defne Civelekoglu. Awesome concept for a cute little pin designed for travelers to record their experiences and surroundings! A compact, personal passive recording device that provides new ways to log and share encounters.
Mister President, BEHOLD! The shield of Captain America! And many other superhero and super human accessories from science fiction ever known to man! By comic artist Dean Trippe for the greater good of humanity.
Feature on Jeannette Woitzik whose portfolio focuses on combining poetry and dreams. Dive into the dreams of Jeannette, whose magic and romantic atmosphere result from great finesse, mixing and editing digital photomanipulation.
The University of Liverpool’s new energy centre designed by Levitt Bernstein Associates has a sleek look, away from what we are used to for facilities that don´t have a relation to the outside. A big plus for infrastructure architecture.
Japanese architects SANAA have been awarded the most prestigious architecture award, the Pritzker Prize. SANAA is behind the Rolex Learning Center, the Serpentine Pavilion 2009 and the Zollverein School of Design.
Foresight - Newton's Shakedown: brilliantly funny new short mockumentary from Christopher Holloran about the world losing gravity. Only chocolate bars and fancy shoes seem to float up. WARNING- Contains good looking scientists, priests and melons.
Domenico Diego and Cristina Corradini designed the “Street Safe Initiative,” a brightly-coloured layer of asphalt a few inches beneath the surface of the road, which becomes visible when the road surface breaks up, making potholes easier to see.
The Close Galerie. The shape of the Meridian PIANO is not intended to clearly anticipate the variety of needs to complete. These needs are currently not defined and the solution of the form is a large proportion intuitive.
This winter was very cold, especially for those living on the street. So the Salvation Army got the idea of "coin-shells", with a simple message : "a small coin can make a big difference. Campaign by Try, Oslo, Norway.
Emeco's new version of the Navy Chair, made of recycled Coca-Cola bottles. Great ad campaign showing the chair encased in a one-ton block of ice created by ice sculptor Duncan Hamilton and photographed by Peer Lindgreen.