Phew, kids these days! Noisy jelly is a game where the player has to cook and shape his own musical material, based on coloured jelly.
Some interesting facts to find here…
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Ice Cube celebrates the Eames… and why shouldn’t he?
This is just lovely. A full-CG animated piece that tries to illustrate architecture art across a photographic p.o.v.
Wow, with several design awards under his belt it´s no surprise that Genki Ito’s reel is simply mindblowing…
At the moment New York’s Gagosian Gallery shows some highly interesting work from artist Marc Newson based on the theme of ‘Transportation’, which is heavily informed by post-war Italian design.Read more
Everything you need for an urban picnic: each box comes with 4 compostable trays, 4 compostable large bowls, 4 compostable small bowls, 4 compostable utensil sets, 4 compostable cold cups, 8 recycled napkins and one compostable trash bag. Nice one.Read more
I seriously don’t know if this is a new Cinco product or if it’s for real. I just hope I never meet anyone wearing this.
Go-go-gadget. It’s definitely not the prettiest car out there, but it’s probably the closest we ever came to fly… James Bond stylie. It fits into home garages, runs on either high-octane gas or aviation fuel, gets 30 to 35 miles a gallon on the ground and 5 gallons an hour in the air, and has a range of 460 miles.Read more
Even though it probably looks a bit misplaced in my messy flat, I know that I need this: a clock that tells time in words. And for those whose primary language is not English, no worries as the clocks are available in German, French, Italian, Dutch, Russian, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Arabic, Swiss German, Portuguese, Catalan and Spanish. Worldwide elegance.Read more
Designer Jean-Marie Massaud is responsible for this multi-faceted room divider that can be used both indoor and outdoor to define private, undisturbed spaces for breezy relaxation. Use it vertically or horizontall, it’s the perfect piece for future loft owners (wink wink, nouch nouch).Read more