Kidrobot continues to impress with the high profile and quality of their Black vinyl toy collection. Releasing today is a black skull by New York based artist SSUR. SSUReal From the Cradle to the Grave.
The Ampersand ID Chart, a brand new Letterpress print from Douglas Wilson! Based on the Snellen eye chart, this three colour print has been designed to keep your typographic eye keen on the details of everyone's favorite conjunction.
L.A. bookstore Family and Absolute puts on a month-long extravaganza of art, music and literature. Set in a pop-up space in NYC's TriBeCa neighborhood, Thirty Days NY features a host of daily festivities.
The Structural Skull Ring by Bits to Atoms pushes 3D printing to celebrate the digital aesthetic. The structure is reduced to the minimum connecting lines to describe the form in a triangulated gestalt manner. Available exclusively through Shapeways.
This latest lego creation is dubbed 1:9 Supercar 2010. Created by the artist Marvin G, this SuperCar has a mid mounted V10 engine, five speed gearbox with reverse and fully independent suspension system.
A very special spell is being cast over London's famous Kensington Palace with the sensationally spooky 'Enchanted Palace' exhibition featuring installations from leading fashion designers, interactive theatre and haunting projections.
Greenpeace Poland used stencils to increase awareness. They featured polar bears sitting on the electric chairs connected to streetlamps. The claim was: Save the bear, turn off the light. By Grupa 66 Ogilvy.
Cute, new look packaging by illustrator Ben Javens for 8th Continent's soy milk. 8th Continent is a family-owned dairy in California that sources its beans domestically and makes it's milk in small batches.
Latest direction from Mel Ristau. Modulating large spaces with large mobiles, Mel has brought Calder's aesthetic for tuning contemporary space into this century. This piece strikes me as the DNA of the modern technocrat. Elegant.
The world's first 'tweeting balcony' has appeared in front of The Shakespeare's Head on London's Carnaby Street - it is a stunt supporting the first ever Twitter production from the Royal Shakespeare Company. Such Tweet Sorrow.