For the last 5 years, Heineken has found a way to celebrate the UEFA Champions League competition. This year it did just that, by building a replica of the Santiago Bernabéu stadium in George Enescu Square, Bucharest. Heineken Star Stadium consists of 25 modules that required 40,000 Heineken cans to be used, representing ½ the capacity of the Santiago Bernabéu stadium. The cans are fixed on a semi-spherical matrix of 8 m x 6 m, with a 3m height. The Heineken Star Stadium was built in 3 weeks and it required 2 days to assemble it. See the video here!
During the salone del mobile in Milan, Droog presented their Saved by Droog collection which was based on 5135 items bought at liquidation sales. They asked 14 designers to reinterpretate the objects and turn these discarded products into newly wanted products.
watch the video on www.designguide.tv
Live Free is a documentary short on Royal Street Tattoo written by Bijani Casalan and directed by Michael Howell. Although Live Free features Royal Street Tattoo and “covers the philosophy of tattooing as seen from the eyes of the artists at the shop” the documentary goes much deeper. 15 minutes in length, this short is definitely worth the time to view.
Watch it at inkbutter.com.