Archive for April, 2010

Extraordinary robots inspired by animals and nature…. Built to look like a real fish, this robotic replica swims effortlessly in its London Aquarium tank thanks to sensor-based controls used to navigate through water to avoid obstacles. The hope of its designers is that the robo-fish could be used to explore seabeds or detect oil leaks [...]

Wow. This video is a must see. I wasn’t sure where it was headed, but then it through me for an amazing loop. It’s highly creative! Solidarité by La Boite Concept.

FIONA RAE EXHIBIT AT PACE GALLERY, NYC British Artist Fiona Rae (born 1963), was one of the artists in the seminal Freeze exhibition curated by Damien Hirst in 1988. Her work was subsequently bought by Charles Saatchi and shown in the major 1997 Sensation exhibition, which brought Britart into the establishment, as it was hosted by the Royal Academy, London, before touring [...]

A daily dose of eye candy to highlight artworks that we find for your viewing pleasure and inspiration. For today’s Daily Design Inspiration we are highlighting Reflections.

Okay so I might be four months late to the party…but I refuse to wait till next holiday season to post this cool find.  Check out this video called ‘Experience Mobile Mobile’, by James Théophane Jr., which shows cell phones strung together that collectively make a musical mobile. Sound confusing? It won’t be after you [...]

UNDERWATER MUSEUM IN CANCUN, MEXICO People snorkeling in Cancun will get a little treat by way of the “Subaquatic Museum” by British artist Jason de Caires Taylor. About 400 life-size casts will be submerged off the resort of Cancun by the end of 2010. It is hoped that the low-acidity cement figures, designed to be [...]

An eye-opening and funny video titled ‘Emergency Brake’ by Casey Neistat which explores just when is a good time to pull that little rope handle. It seems New Yorkers really don’t have a clue when it’s appropriate.

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