Archive for 2010

Ten extraordinary pierces of art from conceptual artist and illustrator French Loic Zimmermann. His portraits are fantastic.

Here is another edition of Friday Food Links. Burger King has a new menu item, P.F. Chang’s is coming to a freezer near you and plenty of recipes to try this weekend. We search for yummy food links and recipes, so you don’t have to. PF. CHANG COMING TO A SUPERMARKET FREEZER NEAR YOU For [...]

It is impossible to pick up a magazine and not see Siggi Eggertsson work. He has been featured in many major publications, such as Wired and Blender, with his work extending into the realm of CD covers, paper toys, typography and animation. His use of shapes and colors to form his designs are brilliant. Take [...]

Creepy, haunting and beautiful all at once, Tony Sandoval’s artwork is something out of a wicked children’s book. Very wicked.

Chris Hausebeck’s pieces vary from sculptures, which are are made with recycling objects to collages to photography. Here are some samples of his work…

The Inntel Hotel (design by Molenaar & Van Winden Architecten + WAM Architecten, images by Roel Backaert) features 160 rooms and sits 11 stories high, towering over much of its surroundings. Call it the Lego-istic apitome of architecture. This new hotel in the Netherlands has sparked a great deal of conversation by using the traditional form of regional homes [...]

The Dutch Company Evening Breeze, builds bed posts and canopies with ventilation systems built into them. This helps ensure cool breezes go directly to the agitated sleeper, rather than circulating around a room or house before reaching them; allowing you to limit its use, saving money on electrical bills. Evening Breeze says its in bed [...]

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