Posts Tagged ‘Design

These vintage advertisements from the 1950′s and 60′s are pure Mad Men style. A bit sexist, strange, wordy, colorful and can never be called timeless. Take a trip down memory lane and see how consumer goods were marketed to the public. Samsonite 1960 via

Using the entire collection of one person’s photographs from Facebook as a starting point, John Rainey, a student at the Royal College of Art, used Perspex and Z Corp Rapid Prototyping to make interpretive composite 3D print sculptures. For those who don’t know, a Rapid Prototyping printer is a high-definition 3D printer and rapid prototyping machine [...]

Take a bit of nature with you wherever you go, with this mini Wee Garden Necklace you can wear around your neck. Each piece is hand formed with white ceramic clay and clear gloss.

When you bend this card according to its material memory, it brings the recipient through a simple story (a four-frame documentary about receiving the card.) It is a recursive experience of a card about the repetitive ritual of all cards. Designed by Kelli Anderson, it’s a card about cards that portrays a card-receiving-experience portrayed within a [...]

Present at the Light Art Biennial Austria (Biennale für Lichtkunst Austria) was an installation created by Manfred Kielnhofer titled “Glowing Light Ball Bench” . The simply designed bench consists of three light balls and two wooden board perforates that lay over the light balls.

The new year is right around the corner. Fireworks, noise makers, champagne and resolutions abound, New Years one of the few occasions where the entire world celebrates together. With the advent of email, Facebook, and Twitter, sending friends a New Years card by snail mail is truly non-existent. That is a sentiment usually written in [...]

In case you haven’t noticed, owls are “in” right now. They grace everything from wall stickers, to pillows, to prints that decorate your wall space. The cute owl art prints by Juri Romanov are drawn by hand with a calligraphy feather and Indian ink then digitally enhanced.


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