Kiwi and Pom were commissioned by Wallpaper* Magazine, to design the Disco Chair. A bespoke illuminated furniture concept. Constructed from 200 linear metres of Electroluminescent wire, the chair transforms into a neon rainbow when powered. A pulse setting enables the chair to flash on and off creating an instant disco installation.
Fans of Absolut vodka will appreciate this piece made from recycled Absolut bottles from Wild Apple Glass Studios. If they made one in Belvedere Chelsea Handler would probably get one. You can purchase this piece from our Gilbert Goodies Store under Products.
From the creative ad agency Liksus, in Beijing, China come these beautiful Aucam ads, which turns an ordinary product such as a fan into a piece of art.
You just arrived back to your friends house after watching a scary movie. You ask to use their bathroom and you see this. I think I would jump out of my skin. via
Have an iphone but you yearn for the nostalgic feel of a old rotary phone? You are in luck. The iRetrofone Base ($200) is the ultimate in iPhone accessories. Handmade, the iRetrofone Base, is sculpted and casted one at a time from resin. Designed to be compatible with all iphones (not included, of course) and retro [...]
From The New York Times Magazine Design Spring 2010 issue pictorial titled ‘Hedge Fun’, showcasing trends in furniture.