kitchen redesign


I kind of want a kitchen like this? Created by Studio Astrid

cover your walls


Timorous Beasties was founded in Glasgow in 1990 by Alistair McAuley and Paul Simmons. The design studio creates amazing wallpaper fabrics etc. Thistle, a new print from TB, available on their site.

Papermag’s rebranding america


This is a very cool editorial project that is in the current issue of Paper. Founder Kim Hastreiter asked 15 luminaries (Alex Bogusky, Dan Wieden, Ivan Chermayeff, Kevin Roberts, Andy Spade, Shepard Fairey, Ron English, Peter Buchanan-Smith, Steve Powers, Chris Johanson, Jonathan Horowitz, Mike Mills, Geoff McFetridge, Bruce High Quality Foundation, Alex Kalman) to create ads that would help redefine America’s identity.

She writes…
“HOW WOULD YOU REBRAND AMERICA??? (we certainly need it desperately!) How would you make people love us again? How would you change our brand image? Our perception abroad? How could you project our future to our citizens? If America had a new ad campaign, what would it look like?”
The answers are engaging.
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Details of the Shepard Fairey x Arkitip issue


Arkitip released details today about their upcoming issue with Shepard Fairey, and it looks to be stellar.  Highlights include a signed 7.5 x 10″ print and a 96 page booklet with stencil cover.  Both in an edition of 5000.  It will retail at $70 and can be purchased here.  Full specs after the jump.

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Modern Toss’ Buy More Shit Tote Bag


The Brits keep it in perspective. £3.99

The Wu-Tang Design Remix Project


How great is this?  Logan Walters is obsessed with having quality album cover art for his itunes, and apparently the Wu family cover art wasn’t up to par.  He has decided to set out and redesign all 21 of families covers.  He is at 8 right now.  See them all at his blog or on flickr, and check out his other design work which is pretty tight as well. 36 Chambers and Liquid Swords after the jump.

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cracked gold


This amazing table designed by Dylan Gold was part of LA’s Modern Design Functions Exhibition, Check out all his work on his site and for more coverage of the show, go here.

Protect The Camel Toe


The Cuchini is one of those products created to erase the evidence of Camel Toe.  I am opposed to that.  See how it works after the jump

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Design your own Swing-set


Oh shit, I may be on this one for a while.

via, NotCot

This Should Go into Production


A built-in basket to a bikes handlebars, smart stuff coming out of Denmark’s Goodmorning Technology.

via NotCot

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Ikea Hacker


I like this site, even though the navigation is frustrating.

The Pistol Ring would be nice for any engagement


Long before beeper and cell phone guns, there was the ring pistol. Tiny enough to fit around your finger, powerful enough to be manufactured as a weapon.  Tiny bullets.

More images here

top 10 free iphone apps every designer must have


According to Moonsail Design (a new follower of our twit), she has compiled a list of free iphone apps that designers must have. Let us know if we (she) missed anything.

Bounce bounce bounce bang bang bang boing boing boing


Thor Hoy created this simple plywood spring bed with comfortability in mind.  The steel rings at each bed corner make me think that there is a little more kinkiness than comfortability.  Available w/o mattress for 2800 euro here

This Earth Day, take a shot with some animals


Made from black glass and pewter, these shot glasses will help you blindly find your way back into nature.  Although it doesn’t look like it, the glasses balance perfectly on the heads of the animals.  $59 pair

More images after the jump

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show her your love


The Love ring, a designboom exclusive. We can’t think of a better way to say you love her. Available in high polish silver plated finish and yellowish gold-color finish. Buy it now for $69.00.

Milligrams of fun


Saw this flier last night at Santo’s.  Pretty awesome.

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Mechafushigi is a cool website whose concept goes way over my head.

“MAKA FUSHIGI” is a Japanese term often used to describe mysterious occurrences. It comes from a Sanskrit term “MAHA” meaning highness and “MAKA FUSHIGI” was originally used to express impressive phenomena in the nature that are beyond human understandings.
The MECHAFUSHIGI is a stock of visual representations of the natural phenomena or people’s work reflecting them throughout the web. I hope these resources will help to understand mechanisms of “MAKA FUSHIGI” and to inspire good design.

Peep it here

Evan Rachel Wood is BonerTown in GQ


Oh Hell Yes

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