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With busts looking so good, who needs the clothes that go on top of them. via Monoscope

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Mark Giglio works in Oakland and produces illustrative works in bright happy colours, most of which translates immediately into lust-worthy wooden toys and objects.

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Exploring the archetype of furnitures and playing with new forms and functions resulted in Oak, done at an extracurricular, collaborative student workshop at Lund University School of Industrial Design, Sweden. How good does that clock look!

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Another awe inspiring sculpture on super-human scale by one of most established sculptors, Anish Kapoor. The Leviathan is his latest work, formed of three 35 metre-high interconnected balloons, has a dark purple skin and a translucent red interior, designed for the fourth Monumenta exhibition held at the Grand Palais, Paris.

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By simply turning a watch-face 45-degrees, MAEZM transforms a usually solitary activity of checking the time on your watch into one which is easily shared with someone else.

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Lots more equational intelligence at morenewmath.com.

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I am quite enthralled by the layers and colours of Aaron Moran’s work.

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A photographic series on urban buildings by Gerold Tagwerker.

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From the maker of rugged leather bags and wallets, MAKR just launched a key that doesn’t open doors, just bottles.

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Naama Agassi’s Brand Holder makes any branch an instant sword, and any adult an instant child.

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I love this phone’s gentle shape, especially the ‘eye’ icon being used at the back of the phone to indicate the camera.

As the name suggests, the shape of the Folded Leaf takes its cue from nature. Primarily, however, the gentle fold in the body references the curvature of two familiar and successful phone typologies: the classic (if not slightly cumbersome) handset of the late 1930s and the ‘clam shell’ or ‘flip’ phone of the late 90s. These designs possess userfriendly qualities, namely a well-considered ear-to-chin angle as well as a more instinctive distance between ear speaker and microphone.

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Another strong collection from Prabal Gurung, featuring bright floral prints, a clean silhouette and killer colours. Images from style.com

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I miss looking at her pictures. By Fashion photographer extraordinaire, Craig McDean

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Now if only I knew how to skate, only to wish for bad weather and take shelter in these beautiful pods by Patkau Architects. via Architizer

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Jedi Magic via Friends of Type

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What used to fit 36 photos now hold 4GB worth. Ahh… the reassuring forward march of technological advancements. Buy it at Photo Jo Jo.

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Art? Fashion? Fetish? All of the above? By Nobuyoshi Araki at notjustalabel.com

I only tie up a woman’s body because I know I cannot tie up her heart.
Only her physical parts can be tied up. Tying up a woman becomes an embrace.”
Nobuyoshi Araki

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Black American flags cast in bronze, by artist Robert Longo.

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Boom Pow Wow! Finger tutting FTW!

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A real cool typographic beauty of a site in such pretty colours, highlighting and explaining buzzwords currently being used in the news.

Buzzwords are frequently used in news media. These are words that do not typically occur in everyday speech, but are common among newscasters, talking heads, and pundits on cable news.

These ‘news words’ are accepted by audiences for their implied meaning. But often loaded words are misused or used out of context. The actual definitions can be different than what is implied.

Newswordy is a growing collection of these words, updated every weekday. Along with each word is a definition, a quote with its use (or misuse) in the media, and a news and Twitter feed on the subject.

 

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