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.
Wayne Anderson (aka Killibinbin) set up a new boutique winery, Tupelo. The branding uses a simple photographic underwater imagery, of an Elvis inspired character, surrounded by the flood waters of the king’s home town.
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.
Hang On is an unpretentious and humorous coat rack that is accessible and easy to decode with its oblique expression. Hang On is the work of the British designer Jade Barnes-Richardson and is available in several colours.
“Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” comes out this fall. The movie features this Chelsea penthouse, a 6,250-square-foot duplex with four bedrooms, five baths and 3,500 square feet of outdoor space at 31 West 21st Street.
Experimental design duo Federica Castagno and Sara Petrucci of Acquacalda presented their stunning new collection Fisica Applicata at the Temporary Museum of New Design during Milan's recent Design Week. Pictured is"Mix In Glass" .
BMW, Flos lighting and Kvadrat fabrics teamed up to produce a sculpture called "The Dwelling Lab." BMW asked Danish textile manufacturers Patricia Urquiola and Giulio Ridolfo to create the installation. We saw the preview in 29247.
Great wine glass and champagne flue sponges. The rounded end hugs the curves of wine glasses, while the pointed end reaches into the bottom of champagne flutes. A tiny slot in the sponge permits quick cleaning of glass rims too.