Hong Kong Ballet, one of Asia’s premier dance companies, approached Washington-based studio Design Army to help promote their memorable performances with a new campaign entitled “Never Stand Still”. Continue reading »
Artist Morgan Loebel, who previously brought us his weird and creepy jewelry inspired by parts of the human body, returns with a collection of gruesome smartphone cases not for the faint of heart. These realistically morbid covers for your mobile phone comprises bulging eyeballs, razor sharp teeth and raw pink flesh. Loebel also makes some models with eyes that stay fixed on you even when the case is turned at various angles. Continue reading »
When The History Channel needed a worldwide branding campaign, they turned to Seth Taras, an award-winning, self-taught American artist/photographer. Seth went on to create Know Where You Stand, a stunning mash up of historical photograph negatives overlaid into modern times. Seriously, imagine how much more impact the past could have if you took a trip to a place like Paris or Berlin and realized you were standing in Adolf Hitler’s shadow.
The four Know Where You Stand photographs — which won the Cannes Lion Award for best brand campaign — are simply stunning. A reminder how dramatically the world can change even when the landmarks stay the same. Continue reading »
A smartphone usually is laying on your desk without any additional purpose. Once I decided that it can be turned into a classic pixel icon — the «happy computer». The only thing you need is a special stand that looks like a small computer case. It took me few days to design a blueprint and now it is ready and I want to share it with everyone. Continue reading »
When the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic athletes compete in Sochi this winter, they’ll celebrate victory in the latest cold weather innovations from Nike. The Nike Aeroloft 800 Summit Jacket and the Nike Flyknit Trainer Chukka FSB provide warmth with less weight in fresh and contemporary silhouettes. Soulful details, some only visible to the athlete, finish the look. Continue reading »
This unique bathroom stand replaces the traditional basket of magazines as it accommodates both a modern iPad and a roll of toilet paper. Ideal for browsing the internet, checking emails and playing games, the iPad Commode Caddy is perfect while on the toilet. It places an iPad 80cm from the floor on top of a flexible and practical 25cm gooseneck that provides optimal positioning for reading.