Japanese designer Masaka Zuhori has dedicated his entire collection to the silhouette of dogs! ”Osanpo” is a stool which is inspired by four different dogs- Labrador Retriever, Bulldog, Dachshund and Chihuahua.
Milky Star is a ceramic wardrobe formed in the likeness of a natural model. Milky Star is a single unit working as a wardrobe for a wall as well as a repeatable object that can be assembled to a larger area. By Pudelskern.
Young serbian designer Jovana Bogdanovic created these Polar bears made of sugar, with great message – „How many polar bears did you drown?“. The work has been presented in Talent zone Salone Satellite Milan.
The student hall designed by LTL Architects for The College of Wooster features cantilever wood-clad study nooks, like box seats, into the theatrical space of the courtyard, establishing private study areas in a collective setting.
Time Wasting Tea Machines aid the process of time wasting. “Wasting time is doing the simple things the most complicated way.” Three devices take the simple, act of making tea, and turn it into an elaborate performance.
Product Designer Lee Murray has created a new application for CCTV surveillance with his object, The Observer; a public access viewing station allowing any member of the public to watch others through CCTV cameras.
Martin Skelly's Playlist Player takes digital music away from the dusty old pc. It is based on the rich interactions of vinyl records and turns digital playlists into physical objects for you to touch, treasure, drop, lose or spill beer on.
jacek barcikowski, jennifer kay and martina pagura from the copenhagen institute of interaction design present'sidetrack', a table which allows users to reflect on their working routine by drawing their pattern of behaviour.
SUPER K SONIC BOOOOUM by Nelly Ben Hayoun. With 50,000 tons of pure water and expert navigators from Imperial and Queen Mary, Super K Sonic Booooum was a mind-blowing visual equivalent of a massive sonic boom.
Rockid by Ontwerpduo, a rocking chair and cradle in one. Softly swinging the rocking chair while reading a book or singing a lullaby. When the baby outgrows the cradle, it is possible to reconstruct the rockid into a rocking chair.
The Mad Dwarf Workshop is the swordsmithing work of Andy Davis and David DelaGardelle, but it is also an extended group of like minded individuals who have a love and passion for history, mythology, nature and ancient craftsmanship.
In what will be his first NYC solo show, Scott Campbell will showcase his unique aesthetic via sculptures, paintings and drawings. If You Don’t Belong, Don’t Be Long, opens Thursday, April 29, 2010 6 – 8pm.