The profile of the armchair reminds of the computer game figure Pac-man from the 80s.
For the holidays this year the agency I work for decided to put together a holiday site. We went all out and built an 8×12′ set, photographed it, and turned it 3D. There’s a bunch of classic games (qbert, paperboy) with a holiday twist and of course the whole 3D thing. So go visit Snowdin and let us know what you think. (And if you don’t have 3D glasses we’ll send you a pair too)
Socket Deer is an outlet cover created by Japanese design company Nendo. The covers feature deer antlers that will hold your hand held device as it recharges. It can be also used to cover light switches, as the antlers can hold keys and other accessories. [via-holycool]
Newest piece added to my current Graphic Portfolio….Parc du Bleu
1931, Germany. High-speed train.
Jason de Caires creates underwater sculptures. Instead of trying to create unchanging and lasting works, he encourages the organic growth of coral and other organisms across his creations. He’s working on a new project in Mexico at the moment, but we caught him on dry land for a few questions.
These paintings were done by S. Maguire; he’s super quick with his software tools. It is amazing to watch him draw and paint!
Link via Scene 360 Illusion
The unrelenting focus on negotiations of power between men and women.
Mads Jakob Poulsen and have created a conceptual package for condoms Sex & Sundhed. This is great propaganda for safe sex!