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19
Mar
TouchTheSurface-poster

Touch The Surface

This typographic poster that was put together as a means of shameless self promotion.

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15
Mar
dragon-poster

Enter The Dragon

The Dragon Poster is part of a collaboration with a friend, Sergio Reynoso. We use each other's photography to create posters. This is of a mountain in China, photographed by him.

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01
Mar

It's a Data Life

HeyHush treats us to a branded experience featuring your data in a 3 part installation located in Google's headquarters.

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22
Jan

Fashion Statement

Mercedes treats us to a branded fashion statement that lets us know it's okay to be eccentric and pretentious, as long as you look good doing it.

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21
Jan

A Moving Number

John Edmark mesmerizes us with a hypnotic look at animated 3D Zoetropes created using fibonacci numbers.

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19
Jan
cake

Let Them Eat Cake

David Baerwalde builds chocolate cake out of wood scraps and they look delicious.

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21
Jan

My New Hero

Jean Jullien will blow you away with his easy going wit and talent.

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01
Jan
Son of a Gun

Bang On

Ignition creates a bold, exciting poster for a somewhat otherwise mediocre film. The poster works. It made me see the movie.

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24
Dec
Money

Money, Money, Money

Snohetta re-imagines the Norwegian currency with an abstract twist. They pixelated the old currency to create an updated version that will still feel somewhat the same to their fellow Norwegians. The result is some of the most beautiful cash I've ever seen.

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24
Dec
Braun

Minimal Bliss

A Braun design exhibit pays homage to the Dieter Rams through a series of 11 posters in London.

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09
Dec
CN

Moving Symbols

Alan Fleming re-designed the CN, Canadian National Railway brand identity in 1960. This is without a doubt one of my favorite rail identities, even more so than British Railways.

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27
Nov
layers

Transparent Ideas

Pawel Prezewlocki takes photoshop layering to the paint canvas. Just a bit of aesthetic wonderfulness.

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11
Nov
grow

Scientific Breakthroughs

Three Irish kids re-imagine how we grow food. Forget baking soda erupting from papier mache volcanos, these youngsters at the Google Science Fair are revolutionizing the agricultural field by speeding up the grow time for crops naturally.

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28
Oct

NYC Subway Symphony

Ljova composes and conducts subway symphony. with buskers picked from around the city and pulled together via WIFI.

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24
Oct
Money

In God We Trust

Travis Purrington re-imagines the USA currency without dead presidents. He gives new life to the dollar based on our achievements and ideas.

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18
Oct

Dangerous Popsicles

Wei Li creates Dangerous Popsicles based on viruses and cactuses that taste good and look great. Not a treat for everyone.

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16
Oct
MIT

Digital Identity

Michael Bierut develops a stellar identity for MIT Media Labs based on the digital grid. It is at once digital and visually distinctive both on its own and as a system.

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10
Oct

Working for the Weekend

Anthem Welcomes us to the Weekend. with music by Priory.

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16
Sep
NCave

Dance to the Music

Nick Cave, an ex-alumni of the Alvin Ailey dance group, creates fantastic costumes and stages dance performances in the likes of Grand Central Station in New York.

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15
Sep
Moving

Moving Space

Rue Temple's interiors make rearranging the furniture easy and fun. For those of us who aren't happy with the status quo, this is the interior for you.

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14
Sep
Fltr

Take Your Picture?

Fltr is a new app and Photography magazine all in one. Aimed at people who use their smart phones to take pictures, the magazine showcases the work of its users to stunning effect.

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12
Sep
Tennis

Tennis Anyone?

The US Open uses the data from its matches to generate unique music. It makes for an interesting infographic concept to say the least.

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10
Sep
Machine

Welcome to the Machine

Roxy Paine's new work displayed at Marianne Boesky's Gallery is visually arresting. The artist presents to us among other things, an airport security station fashioned completely out of wood.

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09
Sep
Expand

Understatement

Explosion is a piece of art furniture designed by the very enigmatic Sebastian Errazuriz who's work is steeped in an obsession with life and death. You guess which end of the spectrum this piece falls into.

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08
Sep
Timber

Timber!

Imagine a giant Redwood Tree exploded in your hotel lobby and you get the gist of the newly design entrance to Hotel Hotel in Canberra, Australia.

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07
Sep
ReSound

Recycled Sound

The Pulpop Speaker is a nice, light MP3 speaker that puts out a loud, quality sound for a good price.

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05
Sep
O Branding

OOOOOOOOO!

Otley the oooooooh so fun beer brand identity by Smorgasbord Studio.

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03
Sep
Type Systems

Automatic Systematic

Typography Systems explained for the newbie or expert who may have forgotten.

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01
Sep
AppleH

Welcome to the Orchard

Foster + Partners set to build the new Apple Campus in Cupertino, California.

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01
Sep
SpeakingP

Speaking Parts

Imagine a phone that is made of of components that can be easily replaced or upgraded without getting rid of the entire phone. I give you Phone Bloks. Wouldn't that be something.

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01
Sep

Slice of Life

DXMIQ make a journey for us like no other with Slice. Imagine traveling down the left side of your body at the microscopic level with animated cross-sections of every capillary along the way.

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01
Sep
TickTock

Tick Tock

The Bradley, a timepiece created for the blind that even those with vision love. Rumored to be the front-runner for best design of 2014.

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31
Aug
DockM

Let's Kick it

A solid ad campaign shot by James Pearson-Howes for Doc Martens - from old skool to new school to fashion school to just plain cool.

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30
Aug
SoundOut

Sound Out

Joey Roth puts design back in the audio experience with his Ceramic Speaker system, for those with a love of sight and sound.

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30
Aug
Tea

Spot of Tea

Joey Roth expands the tea experience with his Sorapot, a beautiful new take on the tea pot.

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29
Aug

Apple by Design

For Apple intention is the focus of design and what sets them apart.

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29
Aug
Salty

Salty

Motoi Yamamoto shows the making of his "Return to the Sea" installation of 2 weeks in 2 minutes. The entire work is made with the sweat of his brow and grains of salt.

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28
Aug

True Facts About the Octopus

For an in depth and humorous look at the Octopus or the Sea Horse or Sloths, We can turn to the wildly entertaining, Ze Frank.

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27
Aug

True Aesthetics

Simply confirming what we already knew,True Detective wins an Emmy for best main title for the company Elastic. Simply a gorgeous piece of work.

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26
Aug
Shadow

Beyond a Shadow of a Doubt

Shadow is a range of thermally insulated serving vesels that seem to teeter on falling if not for their shadow like base, which does not keep them standing.

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26
Aug

Design with Heart

Discover a short film on the thought provoking work of industrial designer Sebastian Bergne.

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26
Aug
Muji

Muji Wants to Put You To Sleep

Muji has built an app to put you to sleep. It's a brand coup.

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26
Aug
Mollino

Let's Build a Story

Literally, build a story about a romanticized character. Okolo creates a book in homage to creative and provocative historical figure, Carlo Mollino. I like the building part.

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26
Aug

Dark Matter

Troika's metaphysically strange hanging sculpture Dark Matter (2014). a large black object that looks like a circle, a square or a hexagon depending on where you’re standing, probes a very contemporary disturbance about the irreconcilability of subjective point-of-view and objective truth.

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25
Aug

Let There Be Light

Jake Dyson - This London based designer is set on reinventing and improving the way we light up our lives. His building of the better light has far reaching implications on how we can tackle a problem in a new way.

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24
Aug

Moving Fashion

Studio XO talk about the future of technology and fashion.

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24
Aug
Misty

Play Misty For Me

Enter the world of Kim Holtermand, sometimes murky or mysterious, sometimes clear and bright but mostly just spectacular.

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24
Aug
Tell_Me_About_It

Tell Me About It

Exploring the power of propaganda through an interactive art installation using twitter and current events created by Field.

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23
Aug
Fishy1

Here Comes Another Little Fishy

This little fishy is definitely quite the catch.

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23
Aug
Fishy1

Here Little Fishy

Stockholm Design Lab makes Ikea food scrumptious, with this little fishy as the prize catch.

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22
Aug

Sound Movement

An art performance of nonsensical proportion. As elaborate, as it is bizarre and yet, all kind of fun.

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22
Aug
Angles

Shiny Angles

A museum in Switzerland designed by MZLD. It is a monolitic structure made with rich materials and sharp angles.

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22
Aug

Shutter Zen

The beauty of Leica in Kyoto, a spiritually precision branding.

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22
Aug
Washed Up

Cleans Up Nice

A nice take on laundry detergent packaging that smells like perfume. Simple, bold, graphic, bliss.

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21
Aug
Great Rabbit

Follow the White Rabbit

If you believe in the Rabbit, it means that you'll believe anything. If you don't believe in the Rabbit, it means that you won't believe in anything.

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21
Aug
Polar

Polar

Polar - very graphic take on the arctic. See the making of this intriguing paper, light, video installation.

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20
Aug
Nod

One Ring to Rule Them All

Nod - a wearable bluetooth device to control all of your technology, from lights and room temperature through your PC and MAC devices.

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20
Aug

Play with My Banana

Hang out with Yuri Suzuki as he tells you about his art of sound. Make music using a banana or a pair of tweezers or old screw driver. Watching him will make your creativity sound better.

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19
Aug
Aero

Let's Get Hipster

Aeropostale tries to revive their failing brand - hit me with your best shot Aero. How did they do on the hip scale? Well it's definitely not Burning Man but it's not JCrew either.

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18
Aug
Fold Here

Fold Here

Brilliant, fresh fashion designed by Yulia Yadryshnikova. Minimal, elegant cuts that are a little reminiscent of some of the earlier work by Issey Miyake.

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16
Aug

A Stitch in Time.

A design magazine stitched together with love.

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14
Aug

Sand of Time

Sand painting is a labor of love for Tibetan monks. The devil is in the details.

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12
Aug

Beauty

Rino Stefano Tagliafierro examines the notion of beauty through the animation of paintings from various time periods. The effect is mesmerizing. It's like watching a long cinemagraph of the Renaissance.

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10
Aug

“wonder is the magic ingredient in storytelling and there is no greater ability than to give the gift of wonder to another human being. When it´s tapped, the affirmation of being alive, it reaches you almost to a cellular level.”

4
Aug

Tasty Italian Shapes

Check out a new book designed by Here Design. A simple concept, boldly designed to treat the the eye and palate.

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29
Jul

Oh Brother Wang, where art thou?

27
Jul

Synthetic leaf that breathes could be the answer to deep space exploration