Barcelona based design duo Brosmind Studio currently have a show on at the Kemistry Gallery London, for the show the brothers created a range of limited edition ceramic sculptures called the Brosmind
New Zealand engineer Shayne Irving developed this wooden kiwi toy in his after hours. It's made from untreated locally grown wood & non-toxic child safe paints. The wheels are offset so it wobbles along like a real kiwi.
Ad aired on Emirates in-flight movie screens at exactly the same time as the plane was accelerating down the runway. It allowed viewers to watch the car screen speed up and experience the closest feeling to an actual test drive. By Impact BBDO
San Pellegrino and Missoni Limited Edition - the thing I find interesting about this collaboration is the fact the truth of the San Pellegrino brand comes through to the fore, while still being endorsed by Missoni.
Otavio and Gustavo Pandolfo (known as Os Gemeos) join the list of who’s who in street art in sunny San Diego for the epic “Viva La Revolucion” exhibition opening this weekend at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.
Beautiful wine packaging by Chris Trivizas with a playful touch: a drop of wine run alongside the bottle's neck towards the three parallel lines. The line near which the drop will stop, is the one that fortells your future.
In spring Vitra UK launched a national Panton Chair Competition. In the search for the best customised Panton Chair, architects and designers were asked to present their unique idea for the classic design piece.
This particular Vinyl Cube was created by Chairman Ting. Vinyl Cube is a simple but versatile design object that allows artists to paint and or draw on it's smooth vinyl surface to create their own custom Vinyl Cube.
The aesthetics of disgust by Katrin Baumgarten. From eccentric light switches to squirming, goosebumps inducing, or secretly communicating objects, this work explores disgust and its
possible transitions in the technological age.
The Jeffrey Deitch era at MOCA has officially begun with his first show as director of the esteemed institution - Dennis Hopper’s Double Standard. The retrospective, curated by Julian Schnabel and with assistance from dealer Tony Shafrazi