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Now that WWDC is behind us and we have become acquainted with the next generation iPhone dubbed iPhone 4 (iPhone HD sounded so much better), I can safely say that this is thing is going to be a huge hit. I remember thinking when the iPhone 3Gs was announced that it is basically just an iPhone 3G with a little more power and speed. I decided that if I was going to make the transition from BlackBerry to iPhone, it was going to take a lot more than the 3Gs to convince me.
Imagine Spiderman going completely insane and losing control of his web shooters and then look at this crazy art installation by Viennese/Croatian design collective For Use/Numen. Using nothing but nearly 100 pounds of packaging tape, For Use/Numen transforms abandoned attics, galleries and stock exchange buildings into a spider’s cocoon paradise. See more at My Modern Metropolis.
Kharma is an organization of designers and consumers who make it a duty to give back the the creativity in our world.
‘Frameworks’ is a set by photographer Pavel Bolo and art-director Idan Schwartz. The set is based on ironic worldplay and idea of duality. More pics.
Two beef tomatoes, an onion, an aubergine and a pepper sit in the dish and the whole ensemble has been finished in matt white and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. This is a typical Ghost piece – hauntingly beautiful. It will make a perfect composition with Dinner for One set. It is a pine tilt top table which was found in an antique shop in Newcastle. Ornate vintage cutlery, napkin, a vintage plate, ring and a wooden wine goblet all fixed to the table. Of course, when you tilt the table nothing falls off. It seems to be a very useful piece of art and modern dining room furniture as well :)
Inspiring art by Felix Waack, an graphics and media educated 24yrs boy from Dresden/ Germany. Check it out prints available!
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For our latest mission, we created separate walking lanes for tourists and New Yorkers on a Fifth Avenue sidewalk. Department of Transportation « employees » were on hand to enforce the new rules and ask pedestrians for their feedback on the initiative.
Watch the video HERE.