From the London Design Festival 2006:
Bridge, by Michael Cross, is a series of steps that rise out of the water as you walk across them, as if walking on water. On entering the exhibition the visitor is met by an empty expanse of water with one step at its edge: stepping on to it forces it...
You mean this guy needs steps to walk on water? I bet he can't turn water into wine either. Ha, what a loser!
Thanks to the ridiculously good looking Duke for the tip.
This is a set of keyboard stickers by designer Chris de Lorenzo that replace the letters with cute lil pictures of things representing the letters. G SHOULD BE GEEKOLOGIE. The whole list is:
i ice creams
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Halo is an LED spraypaint can by French designer Aissa Logerot. Basically, instead of spraying paint (which, kids, you shouldn't huff), it has an LED that sprays light!
the LED light can change colors and brightness on the fly and while it's powered by an internal battery tha... / Continue →
This picture (and the others after the jump) were created by Dutch architecture firm NL as a creative exercise in design and were recently presented at the Venice Architecture Biennale. I have no idea what this has to do with anything, but now I want to be an architect. And a... / Continue →