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Lamps by Sebastian Errazuriz

Frisky lamp designs by Sebastian Errazuriz.

More pictures here

Sure, Miami Fever Again.

Non Stop Nerds

Non stop nerds is an art collective, formed by members around the world. Check it out his blog

The Parachute Ending

Birdie Nam Nam’s The Parachute Ending video, is a psychedelic-mythological-action-animation extravaganza. The track was produced by Justice, while the video was directed by Will Sweeney.

Check it out here!
Via: Colectiva

This Girl Sylvia

Natural beauty. Sylvia Krzysztofek, model and photographer. More here.

Typography T-shirt

Photo by Spreadshirt

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Russia, Moscow


One night, one day. More http://www.behance.net/Gallery/Russia-Moscow/241730

Still re.life Photography

Horacio Salinas is a conceptual, still life photographer from New York.
A selection of his latest gallery here!

The Best 20+ Icon Designers & UI Ninjas

We recently needed an icon designer for a quick job and it was far more time consuming that we thought to find a good freelancer portfolio for this kind of work. So we spent a few more hours and came up with this awesome list of 20+ icon designers and UI professionals.

Art of Kevin Peterson

Another awesome painting by Houston artist Kevin Peterson

“Büro Brötchen” Opening, Berlin

Opening Party in an old bakery in Berlin, this Thursday. Flyer by Okarola.

A Blast from the Past

Eames Elephant and little girlPlastic elephants
I was lucky to grow up near amazing designers Charles and Ray Eames. They gave my dad some one-of-a-kind prototypes of both their kids and adult modern furniture that our family enjoyed for decades. They loved elephants and had pictures of them all over the place, so no wonder they came up with a modern version for kids in 1945. The Eames plywood elephant never made it into production till recently. Now Vitra makes them, both in the original plywood and also in plastic. You can see more about the Eames elephant at www.furnitureseen.com in the “Los Angeles” pages.


Mobile Phones through the years

Great visual line-up of the evolution of the mobile phone. I can’t believe people carried those around.

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