If you’re in NY and have the chance, stop by Gizmodo’s 4 day pop-up gallery at the Reed Annex. Gizmodo will be presenting the past, present, and future of technology. More information here.
Fixed gear dreams, designer bikes seem to be all the rage these days even outside of the Brooklyn. Designer Georg Jensen has created the money shot. The wheels features hammer marks that pays tribute to the hammered surfaces of Jensen’s Silver hollowware pieces that Jensen himself designed a century ago. The bike also features a handmade sterling silver plated bell and leather grips and saddle by Brooks of England. Via:here
MUJI AWARD 03, with its theme of “Found MUJI”, was open to applicants for two months from May 26 to July 31, 2008. 1,986 entries from 35 countries applied. Check out the winning entries that made it through very rigid judging process. Click here to see the winners.
On 13 January 2009, Royal Mail will release a series of stamps dedicated to British Design Classics. Included in the series of ten are the Mini, the K2 telephone kiosk, the London Underground Map, the Routemaster bus, and our favorites—the Concorde and mini skirt. See them all at CR Blog.
Vice just announced a new cash winning challenge. Log in, create a profile and start designing magazine. Oh and you can win 1,000 Cash prize or a Internship. For more info click here.
You have ink on your arm’s now on your plates. Designed by Paul Timman inspired by irezumi, the traditional Japanese tattooing style. Timman is a tattoo artist in LA by trade; his work appears on Angelina Jolie and Mark Wahlberg.
Kind of ironic that on the day of the Great American Smokeout, Kaws releases a set of ashtrays.
You leave gmail for one second and they change everything. I just skinned my interface with the graffiti setting, although ‘cold shower’ was an option too.
PickWolf Teh Strasbourg studio, created models with the metaphor “appearances are deceiving”. More like search my cavity please. If life wasn’t what it is, this would be a must have.
I have a bunch of friends from Baltimore, and they would probably buy Eboy’s new Baltimore City poster.
The new Tac Tac, a folding kitchen faucet from Ritmonio. Its changeable form ensures that it is constantly on the move between art and functionality. The Italian kitchen faucet is designed by Ariano Design, and is available from Ritmonio.
Writing Without Words is a project by Stefanie Posavec that explores methods of visually representing text and visualizes the differences in writing styles of various authors.
Splinter Chair designed by Mathew Kroeker for Jane Hamley Wells, winner of the 2007 NeoCon.
I keep seeing this ad in design mags so I had to take a look and see what they have. They have a lot. This desk is my favorite. It comes in a few finishes but the white is my favorite. Beautiful simple design by Nueva Linea.