New Light Sculpture By Design Bridge And Gali May Lucas Highlights Our Obsession With Staring At Screen

Design Bridge has launched a topical new light sculpture in the heart of Amsterdam to highlight our obsession with technology and staring at screens. Absorbed by Light was created in collaboration with British artist Gali May Lucas and made especially for this year’s Amsterdam Light Festival. Continue reading »

Audi Campaign Illustrates How Using Your Phone Warps Your Perception Of The Road

Saatchi & Saatchi Bulgaria has launched a powerful print campaign for Audi to encourage people to “leave your phone while you drive.” The advertisements aim to pinpoint how using your phone can warp your perception of distances while you’re on the road. Continue reading »

Animal Butt Phone Cases Are A Thing Now And We Can’t Decide If It’s Stupid Or Amazing

Corgi butts are one of those bizarre things that drives the internet crazy. Luckily for their fans, Chinese artist Miko Ho is creating adorable phone cases that focus on just that – round and fluffy Corgi butts. Her silicone soft cases are available on Etsy and each one is decorated with handmade felted rear-ends of animals. Miko uses 100% Australian wool felt for her designs, however she also warns that they’re not washable. Continue reading »

Through The Phone: An Artist Incorporates His Phone Into Our Everyday Surroundings

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Edited images with a hint of the surreal incorporate the ubiquitous smartphone to the images captured by the device in the series ‘Through the Phone’ by Asmo Turunen. Continue reading »

This Company Creates Unique Carved Wood Cases For Your Phone

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Carved, a company out of Indiana, is creating cases for smartphones, but these are not your average plastic covers or skins. Using real wood and a mixture of colored resin swirls, Carved is able to produce true pieces of art that not only protect your phone, but look fantastic while doing it. Continue reading »

Real Flower Mobile Phone Cases To Celebrate Spring

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Mobile phones. The world is addicted. Life as we know it has ceased to exist. Nobody even has time to stop and smell the roses anymore. And now you don’t even have to, because thanks to these colorful mobile phone cases you can carry the flowers with you wherever you go! Continue reading »

Someone Just Took Vines Out Of The Phone And Put Them On The Streets Of Manhattan

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To celebrate the opening of their Manhattan stores, Lowe’s Home Improvement has created real life Vines and installed them in their new store windows. Continue reading »

The Light Phone

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The Light Phone is a discreet credit card sized mobile phone designed to be used as little as possible. It works as a stand alone device or it can get calls forwarded from your existing phone number via an app. Other features are limited to ten speed dials and a time display. Light works independently of your carrier as an inexpensive, pre-paid phone. We are also going to offer the phone with an affordable unlimited plan. Continue reading »

Phone Book Sculptures by Gemis Luciani

Berlin-based Italian artist Gemis Luciani upcycles phone books, magazines, brochures, and other similar objects into sculpture. By manipulating, de-composing and re-assembling the books and pages he reconfigures them into newly built systems of shapes and surfaces. His collages and spatial, large scale installations are meticulously created, and rely on a strong minimalist aesthetic. Continue reading »

Punkt. DP 01 Cordless Phone

Punkt. DP 01 delivers the ultimate simplicity of a modern DECT analog phone that does just what a phone is supposed to do: phone calls. No frills, no confusing array of “advanced” functions: the DP 01 is about uncomplicated communication, in an outstandingly designed phone that will complement any setting. Designed by Jasper Morrison.

Punkt. is a new Swiss brand of consumer electronics which creates well-designed, user-friendly products for daily usage. Continue reading »

The “Super Brain” Phone Cabin

This Super Brain cabin by artist Carla Pires de Carvalho Fernandes is a part of a series of artistic interventions in public telephone booths in the city of São Paulo, similar to the interventions of the Cow Parade that took a few years ago when they put more cows painted and decorated all the way in various parts of the city.

Several hoods are receiving special decorations and paintings exhibited in the open leading art and color to the city. The call Call Parade invited 100 artists to perform works in 100 public telephone booths in preparation for the change of visual identity of the licensee Telefónica for Vivo, when the hoods will have different colors. Continue reading »

A Mobile Phone is Shown at a Luxury Goods Department Store in Hong Kong

A mobile phone, with a price tag of HK$79,750 ($10,249), is shown at a luxury goods department store in Hong Kong October 20, 2011. This new hand-assembled phone, designed by industrial designer Yves Behar and released by Danish luxury product company Aesir, does not have the modern technological features commonly found in mobile phones such as a camera, games, GPS navigation, or email and Internet access. In recent years, luxury products have been in high demand among the mainland Chinese elite. (REUTERS / Bobby Yip)

Smart Phone that Measures Radiation, Bad Breath and More Unveiled in Japan

A promotional staff of NTT DoCoMo demonstrates a prototype of smart phone case which measures bad breath at CEATEC JAPAN 2011 electronics show in Chiba, east of Tokyo, Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011. (Kim Kyung-Hoon / Reuters)