This should get you motivated to get up and live every day as if its your last. A watch that politely reminds you that…”remember…you will die”. Thanks! The watch is called “The Accurate” by Mr Jones Watches and it is described as “a link to the venerable tradition of the memento mori – an object… Continue reading The mortality reminding timepiece
Im sure theres a hell of a lot of symbolism here that washes straight over me. Its an odd thing to do but its a hell of an achievement dont you think? I wonder how long it took him to kill and collect all those insects… i bet hes fun to have at a party!… Continue reading Russian National Emblem recreated with icky dead bugs
Why finish eating when you’ve cleared your plate!? This tableware set is created from a biscuit dough called hardtack. A mixture that was traditionally used as emergency rations for sailors. They were created by Japanese designer Nobuhiko Arikawa of Rice-Design for use at Orto Cafe and will be exhibited at Designing10 in Japan at the… Continue reading Edible Buscuit Tableware
Just watch those ripples. Taken from Sky One’s Brainiac. via
What a lovely addition to your carefully designed office space. A lamp in the shape of a spinal column! And its flexible too. What more do you want! Its the work of artist Mark Beam. via
TV Network Spike have installed these great bus shelters around NYC complete with 4 sabers sandwiched between the glass with instructions to “Use only in case of Sith” or bad bad tempered bus drivers.. This one was shot on tuesday at West 34th Street and Eighth Avenue. Whether its still there today is anyones guess…… Continue reading Bus shelters with built in Star Wars LightSabers installed in NYC
Artist Bert Simons creates these stunning sculptures using the same technique as developers would use when creating a 3D game. But takes it a step further and back into the physical world by printing them out. Once the head is created in 3D in his 3D package (Blender), the texture created is then printed back… Continue reading 3D paper heads using gaming technique.
…is a sample of some great postcards available from adbusters. via
You sci fi geeks cant get enough of mosaics lately. These Star Trek themed mosaics were created by Star Trek fan Devorah Sperber. To recreate the look of being beamed up, Sperber used semi translucent beads to thread the standing characters into shape. The image of Captain Kirk (shown, right) uses 25,000 plastic beads strung… Continue reading Star Trek mosaics made from coloured beads and thread.
For some reason, it doesnt start until 0:20 so you can skip all the blackness.via