Special "no-threat" glasses for looking at gorillas. Health insurance company FBTO is distributing eye-contact disguising glasses that allow zoo visitors to stare all they like, a behavior that is threatening to most of the great apes.
multithump, a multi-player version of marek bereza’s music sequencer iphone app thump. this special installation for seeper was installed at the v&a museum in london and executed in a tabletop format with graphics by david sweeney.
This unique “triangular” cabin is called the Allandale House, a modern forest cabin based on an extruded A-frame by William O’Brien Jr., Assistant Professor of Architecture at the MIT School of Architecture and Planning .
With 12183 images and around 531 different animal species, Life on White's objective is to create the largest collection by a single photographer, of animals photographed in front and on a white background. Eric Isselée.
Baxter Finley, Barber & Shop opens in Los Angeles. The traditional barber shop offers cuts and shaves and showcases Baxter grooming products as well as retaW (Japan), Dr. Bronners, D.R. Harris, and Marvis tooth paste.
Alan Daly built his iPad directly into the side of a kitchen cabinet, and set it to work doling out Epicurious recipes, streaming Jamie Oliver, and surfing some of the world's best websites well out of the way of troublesome meat splatter.
ARS Artists in residence show curated by Angela Vettese and Milovan at fondazione arnaldo pomodoro - twenty works by young artists selected by twenty of the most prestigious institutions in Italy and abroad.
Mecanoo Architecten built a ultra-modern chapel, St. Mary of the Angels Chapel, with impressive roof, golden ceiling and wave-like moving wall within the bound of a a 19th century Roman Catholic cemetery in Rotterdam.
Champion Papers produced this colourful packaging designs in 1968 to promote their papers. The packaging was a simple & brightly colored label, to quickly tell the customer that the food inside is superior.
There’s something beautifully nostalgic and inspiring, about vintage public information posters. Paul Rennie, postwar poster specialist, celebrates them with his new book, Modern British Posters: Art, Design & Communication.
The Wapping Project, midway between the City of London and Canary Wharf in the former Wapping Hydraulic Power Station. Reminiscent of Tate Modern’s famous turbine hall, yet with a contemporary restaurant at the heart of it all.
Tua is a a table lamp with which you can create a personal relationship; surprisingly simple, because it has been thought out with a great deal of care. Tua is inspired by the palm of the hand containing a light. By Marco Zito for Foscarini.
In Antony Gormley's Breathing Room II at the Sean Kelly Gallery, NY, the viewer becomes the subject. Repeated cycle brilliant halogens come on for short bursts and then plunge the viewer and space into darkness.