Archive for March, 2011

03.30.11


ESCAPE MACHINE, created by DDB Paris for the French travel company Voyages SNCF


03.24.11

‘Video-Portraits’ by Sanchez and Kitahara. You can view more here.


03.22.11


A collection of vintage matchbox labels that Janine Vangool, designer, publisher and editor of UPPERCASE magazine has gathered throughout the years. To view some of the best examples click here.


03.21.11


Water ink by BDDP Unlimited and Solidarités International and produced by Hush
To mark World Water Day, on March 22nd Solidarités International and its agency BDDP Unlimited, will roll out a campaign to build awareness of the scourge of undrinkable water.


03.18.11


Chartis Graphein – Letterpressed Typographic World Map by Nancy McCabe available on Etsy


03.17.11


Japanese Matches


03.16.11


Inverted Pyramid Museum, Hanoi, Vietnam
Designed by the German cabinet of architects GMP Architects


03.15.11

“Quadratura” by Pablo Valbuena.


03.11.11


JOIN cutlery designed by Konstantin Slawinski


03.14.11


HELP JAPAN/All profits from posters to benefit disaster recovery in Japan.
PRINT 1: Designed by Rob Dobi available at FullBleed.
PRINT 2: Designed by James White available at signalnoise


03.10.11


Jewelry by Esther Knobel. A collaboration between Moss and Gallery Loupe for Contemporary Art Jewelry.
Available at Moss.


03.10.11


Repetto’s Interactive Vitrine by Marcel


03.09.11


Disassembled Objects by Todd McLellan


03.09.11


Next Stop Atlantic by Stephen Mallon
* the subway cars being are being used to create artificial reefs, not pollute the ocean


03.08.11


On March 5th National Geographic Channel launched a 16′ X 16′ house 18′ tall with 300 8′ colored weather balloons, and set a new world record for the largest balloon cluster flight ever attempted. The filming of the event will be part of a new National Geographic Channel series called How Hard Can it Be?, which will premiere in fall 2011.


03/07/11


Vintage by Color – Hilda Grahnat


03.04.11


Vintage Dollhouse from the 60’s


03.04.11


18-year-old photographer Valerie Chiang


03.03.11


Still from Martin Scorsese’s Taxi Driver


03.03.11


Screw Sculptures by Andrew Myers


03.02.11


Hope/Crisis – NYT Word Frequency, 1981 – 2010 by Jer Thorp. Available at Random Number.


02.28.11


Sculptures by Daniel Arsham