The T-Post magazine is no stranger to ingenuity, and their latest t-shirt may just be their best yet. The T-Post Rock Paper Scissors T-Shirt is an interactive design which looks cool on its own, but comes alive when sitting in front of a webcam-enabled computer. Pull up the T-Post rock paper scissors app and a ghostly hand will reach out from your reflection on the computer screen. This hand, and its childlike voice, will engage you in a virtual game of Rock Paper Scissors. See it in action at Threadspot.
Shalimar Luis’ latest zombie, Marie Antoinette. Letting us know how delicious brains are.
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New images of the Casey Dunn., a boutique hotel in Austin, Texas, photographed by architectural photographer
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Furniture designer Brian Tepfenhart has been busy at work with this unique concept; the 8to3 Transformational Furniture series, which includes furniture that can be manipulated in to different furniture. The first of the three to be released is this table/bench idea. Made from Hard Maple, the bases and supports are Peruvian Walnut and Walnut Ply, and the ends are solid Cherry. According to Tepfenhart the inspiration for this piece was a desire to have a fully functional dining table for a large group of friends but in the space of a small apartment that rarely needs a table that large. So when not being used as a dining table, this piece folds into a 3-person bench with two folding end tables.
Fabiano Tadiotto produces these interesting pieces of work titled ‘Rasta Alien.’ The toys are made entirely out of polymeric clay that Tadiotto manipulates without any previously conceived sketches; only the colors are predetermined, the rest is ad-lib. In this instance the outcome is quite interesting: a yellow dreaded alien, with an even stranger looking pet.
Don’t you love it when you forget about certain tracks in your playlist and stumble upon them months later? It’s almost like finding gold, or better yet, greener pastures in music. Alex Koplin’s extraordinary mixes are green gold.
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