Brian Ulrich captures the empty shells of malls way past their heydays, documenting the weather stained walls that lets you almost make out the sign that used to proudly shout its name, and the ghostly interiors you could almost imagine yourself shopping in.
Your USD20,o00 bottle of Domaine de la Romanee-Conti Romanee-Conti Grand Cru not fancy enough? Try this new age wine glass that uses air and water pressure to ensure that only the right amount is dispensed into the tiny cup for your sipping pleasure. How do you get the wine into the bulb to begin with you ask? That’s a problem for the poor people… By Kyouei Design.
By varying the thickness in the wires of the headphones, Wired creates a headphone wire that readily fold onto itself, hopefully eliminating that dreaded tangling and knotted bunch of wires I have buried deep in my bag.
Created by Phil Cuttance, Faceture is a machine/process that provides all that its users need to create his own faceted vase/lampshade/sidetable with fast-setting resin. Watch the video to even get a hint at how cool this is.
If there’s anything I love more than the colour orange, its seeing it paired beautifully with turquoise! Matthias Heiderich photographs his favourite places in a controlled and pure manner, making even the simplest streetlamp look like its a work or art.
This is perfect for a Friday afternoon… seeing a grotesque hatching of a alien like insect out of an egg that looks impossibly small for him.
In a world first, zookeeper Rohan Cleave captured the amazing hatching process of a critically endangered Lord Howe Island Stick Insect at Melbourne Zoo. The eggs incubate for over 6 months and until now the hatching process has never been witnessed. If you didn’t see it you wouldn’t believe it could fit in that egg!
The Within chair, designed by Swedish furniture designers Studio Vision is an unassuming block of wood, until you crack it open to reveal the delicious faceted wooden interior. Much like this school designed by Singaporean architects RSP Architects, only instead of wood, the black block opens up to reveal a glassy facade.
Fresh off the catwalk, Miuccia’s latest collection for Prada Fall 2012 is a study of colours, patterns and a whole dollop of confidence. Makes anyone happy just looking at them clothes, which is the point of fashion is it not? Images via Style.com
Cris Kabel focused on removing the vase from the typical vernacular of a flower arrangement. Working on the concept of how the ‘chicken feeder’ works, the resulting vase designs puts flowers outside of the vase.