Archive for March, 2010












Murals by Sainty and David Whittle on the walls of RPA (ad agency) for the Acura campaign




POPVILLE by Anouck Boisrobert, Louis Rigaud, Joy Sorman




The INVISIBLE CHAIR by Tokujin Yoshioka, is part of a collection of ‘invisible’ furniture pieces for Kartell, employing a pioneering polycarbonate technology.






NYC Polaroid Project by Andrew Faris






TRAVEL POSTERS
Posters from the heads of state, based in Philladelphia.






LEGO Boardroom Table by abgc Architects.




La Compagnie de Provence Soap. Designed by Studio Plastac. Each soap wrapper comes with instructions to turn it into an origami animal.




Sleepbox. Design by Arch Group.



JAPANESE WOODEN SPINNING TOPS available at Tortoise




Light-based street art from Madrid to NYC. 800 books, each with a light attached, replaced traffic with literature.
Artist: Luzinterruptus
location: Brooklyn Bridge/ Water St., NYC / February 2010





Photographs by Our Labor of Love of the Neon Graveyard in Vegas



Piu, directed by Pleix






Jaroslav Juřica’s Rubikon 2.
A paper cut-out, which becomes a functioning camera (camera obscura) after gluing together. The cut-out is distributed free of charge in PDF format [DOWNLOAD HERE]




Marina Abramović: The Artist Is Present
March 14–May 31, 2010 at the MOMA





SHARPIE Ad Campaign by TOMTOR





Interior of a Paris apartment. Designed by Ecole



Lost things.
Directed by Angela Kohler & boyfriend Ithyle Griffiths. Featuring Alison Sudol,
of the band A Fine Frenzy, who’s song is used.





Sandwich House.
Tri-level home located in Ota-Ku, Tokyo.







Modern Polish Poster Design exhibit at Kemistry Gallery, London
[5 March – 17 April]
The exhibit includes a selection of over fifty prints designed by Warsaw-based studio Homework (Joanna Górska and Jerzy Skakun).





Lumadessa iPhone wallpapers by Josh Brill




Pantone Cosmetics Concept designed by Renata Veiga.



the persistence of sadness.com by Rafaël Rozendaal.
Turn up your volume and click on the rocks!