The Footlume is being developed at London South Bank University and will be displayed in London later this month. It's a rug. With lights that come on when you walk on it. That look like butterflies. It runs on rechargeable batteries and is questionable because what good is a lighted rug if, by the time it turns on, you're nowhere near it? Ah, for aesthetic purposes, I see. Well could I maybe get some skulls instead of butterflies? It's not that I don't like them, it's just that, well, they're a little feminine for my taste. Sure I wear Secret deodorant, but that's only because it doesn't leave stains on my white shirts. And its pH balance really works with my body.
Michael Jackson Was On To Something [albotas]
YOU WILL NEVER BEAT THE NEW CAR SMELL.
Because this is the world we live in, a fragrance was created by custom scent developer Air Aroma to embody the smell of an Apple product unboxing. The scent will diffused into the air at the upcoming De Facto Standard art show in Melbou... / Continue →
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 →
Jason Freeny, the man behind the anatomies of a balloon animal and gummi bear, is at it again, this time with a LEGO minifig. Who knew those little plastic bodies were so intricate on the inside? Not me, and I've melted several after dousing them with hairspray. Oh the figma... / Continue →