Archive for July, 2010

Picture your iPhone 4 encased in 200-years old African Blackwood. This is what it would look like… The Gresso iPhone 4 Black Diamond casing has an 18-K gold Apple logo embedded on the backside with an inlaid black diamond. It makes the phone look gorgeous! via

NEW TITANTIC EXPEDITION TO CREATE 3D MAP OF WRECKAGE Painting by Willy Stöwer A team of scientists will launch an expedition to the Titanic next month to assess the deteriorating condition of the world’s most famous shipwreck and create a detailed three-dimensional map that will “virtually raise the Titanic” for the public.

The undead meets an 80′s cuddly character icon in this Zombie Care Bear T-Shirt  design by Yayzus. Available at Tee Fury. Care Bears Trivia: The Care Bears characters were created by American Greetings for greeting cards in 1981. The original artwork for the cards was painted by artist Elena Kucharik. The toy company Kenner, turned [...]

These Valencia Candleholders are designed by Jaime Hayon for Gaia & Gino. This project explores the optical qualities of crystal via sandblasting and configuration of candlesticks. The candlesticks may also be configured in a tertiary structure since they fit together.

This scuba diving cat beats the pants off Tyson the skate boarding bulldog…paws down. Sorry Ty. via

David LaChapelle’s solo exhibition ‘American Jesus’ at Paul Kasmin Gallery, and his most recent solo show in New York since 2008, will be on view through September 18, 2010. LaChapelle draws on an immense lexicon of art historical references, current events, and popular culture, to make visually compelling images each unique in their narrative and [...]

Ready to go deep? Here is an exploration into the world of the Mandelbrot Set and fractal geometry in a series of videos brought to you by Arthur C. Clarke titled ‘Fractals The Colors of Infinity’. Photo courtesy of flickrnospam This show relates the science of the M-Set to nature in a way that seems [...]

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