Archive for February, 2009


LightLane, a safety concept from the designers at Altitude, Inc., projects a virtual bike lane around your bicycle with lasers.





NVDRS Tape is a digital player that holds 10/15/20 select songs in digital format; uploaded via USB.
Designers: Stefano Pertegato, Massimiliano Rampoldi, Eloisa Tolu, Francesco Schiraldi & Giovanni Mendini



“CROSS CHECK” ARMCHAIR
DESIGNER:FRANK O. GEHRY MADE BY:KNOLL, INC. 1989-91
Bent and laminated maple, modern and contemporary design at the Philadelphia Museum of Art



Packaging experiment “Choco”. The idea behind this concept was to create a package where the name of the product would be written by the product itself, instead of using any kind of printing techniques. By Petar Pavlov



Strait Jacket



Crescendoe ad from the 1960s



Paper tea light candle holder and box
Singapore’s Trine design associates




Alpenstueck (“A piece of the Alps”)
Restaurant in Mitte, Berlin



Valentino a Roma: 45 Years of Style
July 6 – October 28, 2007
Lungotevere in Augusta
Rome



Praia Piquinia 04/08/07 16h04
by Christian Chaize



Waitrose – Canned vegetables by Turner Duckworth



Happy Valentines!



Ursula Lavrencic and Auke Touwslager’s Cell Phone Disco, a surface that visualises the electromagnetic field of a mobile phone.




To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the canvas all star basketball shoes, converse produced a limited edition of 1000 books containing a pair of shoes.



NICE VIEW 2008.
STUART REDLER:RAJASTHAN
London, Piero Passet Gallery



Travel brochure “Berlin Central-Hotel,” 1936. Unsigned.




German Stamps




www.joesjeans.com



Alphabet blocks from the Alexander Girard Collection by House Industries.



“Clouds” by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec in collaboration with Kvadrat.
A new tile concept that can be used as an installation or hung from a
wall or ceiling.



Limited edition Moleskines produced by the Helvetica Project



Designed by the Russian design studio Art.Lebedev



PORTE MAILLOT(PARIS METRO)–RANELAGH – 1957
Lacerated posters fixed on canvas (72x147cm)




Berlin-based artist Michael Sailstorfer created individual letters of the alphabet out of Styrofoam, attached them to concrete, and sunk them into the sea.