So I heard that you have boarded the electric powered “green” bandwagon and started a zero-carbon-foot-print “green” company. All you need now is a “green” logo and Vegetal Identity can give you the ultimate “green” logo!Read More
This is one architecture piece that I wish I had visited in Norway. Design by Snøhetta, the same people who did the beautiful the same Operahuset in Oslo, this Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion is recently completed in Drove, Norway. The pavilion allows visitors to observe the beautiful creatures in one of their only remaining natural habitats on a plateau perched 1200m above sea level.Read More
MÖBIUS — Federation Square is a collaborative stop motion sculpture where twenty-one large triangles animated by Melbourne, throughout Federation Square. MÖBIUS is a sculpture that can be configured into many cyclical patterns and behave as though it is eating itself, whilst sinking into the ground. The result is an optical illusion and a time-lapse of people interacting with the sculpture and moving through Melbourne’s landmark location throughout the day. By ENESSRead More
The Wrapper solves the big question of what to do with big design magazines filled with big beautiful designs after you are done admiring them. As the name suggests, The Wrapper’s founders Chris and Polly wants you to share good design with your friends by taking apart their magazine and using the pages as gift wrap.Read More
For the zen music person, the iBamboo is a great ‘amplification’ alternative to its powered counterparts.
Merging the latest high tech with the simple beauty of nature, iBamboo is a100% eco-friendly speaker made from a whole length of bamboo. The natural resonance of the bamboo amplifies the sound produced by the iPhone’s built-in speaker. The sound waves move in two directions at once, intensifying the stereo effect created by the iPhone.
Slip on this stylish bracelet to show your support for Project Ocean, a partnership between Selfridges and the Zoological Society of London which challenges the public to imagine a world with no more fish in the sea. Project Ocean aims to increase awareness of the issue over–fishing, thus inspiring change and raising funds. The £5 you pay for this bracelet will be given to the Zoological Society of London to set up new – and maintain existing – marine reserves around the world. Buy it here!
My concept is mutation — mutants. The product is from nature, from the white sap of latex trees but here it’s changed. The color is black. The look is scary. Rubber is very flexible, like skin, like muscles.
Now doesn’t this leave a great taste in your mouth. Via Japan Trends.
A new web service, Tada Yasai (”free vegetables”), as the name suggests, is offering people veggies completely without charge.
You do have to pay the delivery costs but essentially there is no catch. The vegetables and fruit are simply left-overs from local farmers in Saitama and Gunma, including produce that is not necessarily fit for the supermarkets (e.g. because the potato is an odd shape). Rather than waste the food they will send it to people who don’t mind eating “imperfect” vegetables. Since it comes straight from the fields the taste or freshness won’t be any different to what you buy from the shelves.
A paper bag from Lee that promises endless fun, being able to upcycle it for endless fun!Read More