Designed by Eleonora Trevisanutto for the Italian high-tech artisan company Parson, “Animals” is a line of video cameras housed inside playful creatures with the intention of reducing the intimidation factor of video surveillance. Now your kids will learn to love CCTV!
The Fifth Pillar: A Case for Hip-Hop Architecture by Sekou Cooke
By the end of 2014, El Hierro, the westernmost island in Spain’s Canary Island chain will be able to maintain a constant supply of electricity through wind and water power.
The combi bowl at Porthcawl skatepark, as seen from Google Earth
The Rip Curl Surf GPS is “The World’s First Surf GPS Watch” allowing its wearer to track waves ridden, top speed, and all of that other stuff that really shouldn’t matter out in the water.
Capable of traveling 120 miles on a single charge and reaching speeds of 75mph the Johammer J1 Electric Motorcycle is an eye-grabbing entry into the clean transportation sector.
Harnessing a desire to be “the casual script choice for everyone including the typographically savvy,” an Australian graphic designer has updated Comic Sans in a simple typeface called Comic Neue.
Very necessary for a Monday morning.
“Shape” by Johnny Kelly – “If for one day you had the power to make your world work better, what would you change?”
A master of angles, Matt W. Moore has created this beautiful pyramid for plants out of White Oak, Mahogany, and Black Walnut. A striking addition to any space, the Pyramid Terrarium is available through his home goods / furniture brand Core Deco
Milton Glaser looking like he wants to pinch off a deuce while talking with Steve Heller
Utilizing spring steel construction, The Bookman Cup Holder clamps down on your bike’s handlebars and promises to never lose its grip—even on bumpy rides full of potholes.
Aesent has created the first tent to include an integrated inflatable mattress, or as they call it “the world’s most comfortable tent.”
As populations increase and water levels rise, some engineers are looking out to that great blue expanse as the next frontier.
The super dick surfboard
Filmmaker Alex Sanders takes a look at the mind of a Logophobic and what it is that makes a “Scary Logo” so scary.