22 September 2013
A giant mousetrap project by ABCP architecture (the architecture firm where I work) for the 2013 Park(ing) day in Quebec city. We had a lot of fun to build this human scale trap ! Thanks to everyone who participated.
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La trappe à souris géante réalisée par ABCP architecture (la firme d’architecture où je travaille) pour le Park(ing) day 2013 à Québec. On a eu bien du plaisir à construire cette trappe format “humains” ! Merci à tous ceux qui ont participé au montage.
13 July 2013
Cars and films prints by Jesus Prudencio, capturing the cars stars behind those well known movies. Well done ! You can buy the posters here.
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Voici la série Cars and films par Jesus Prudencio, proposant en tête d’affiche les voitures-vedettes des films cultes des dernières décennies. J’adore ! Les posters sont en vente ici.
3 July 2013
Ça fait un bail que j’ai blogué quelque-chose ici… On a même eu le temps dans l’intervalle de faire une overdose de “Get Lucky”. Aucune bonne raison, excepté que le printemps fût intense. Me voilà de retour !
Alors… quoi de mieux pour commencer l’été sur bingbangpouf que des oiseaux qui coulent ? Par Maurizio Bongiovanni.
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It’s been a while since I blogged something here… We even had time in between to overdose on “Get Lucky” single. No good reasons, except that it was a very charged spring. But I’m back !
So… what’s better that dripping birds to start the summer on bingbangpouf blog ? By Maurizio Bongiovanni.
14 January 2013
Love the simplistic way of seeing architecture and trash cans. By Aakash Nihalani (his website worth the click !)
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J’aime cette façon simpliste de voir l’architecture et les poubelles. Par Aakash Nihalani (son site web vaut le détour).
3 December 2012
THOSE blankets for Christmas ! It looks a lot like our traditionnal arrowed metis sash.
Oslo designer Andreas Engesvik has created a series of blankets inspired by the textiles of Norwegian folk costumes. Bunader are traditional costumes with roots in rural clothes from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and Andreas Engesvik worked with Norwegian manufacturer Mandal Veveri to make the wool Bunad Blankets. They’re based on motifs from five different regions in Norway: Setesdal, Nordland, Fusa, Bringeklut and Sunnmøre.
“Mandal Veveri also had the complete recipes for all types Bunads which made it easy for us to be exact,” Engesvik told Dezeen. “All the colours are exactly the same as on the bunads,” he continued. “We did a lot of fine tuning off course, and we had to choose eight colours for every blanket as this is the limit for the Jaquard machine. The bunad is one of the most visible and known traditions in Norwegian cultural heritage; the garment is a significant cultural carrier and is central to the passing on of Norwegian handicraft traditions,” he added.
Andreas Engesvik is an alumni of University of Bergen and the National College of Art and Design Norway. He was co-founder of Norway Says in 2000 and founded his own studio in Oslo in 2009. He has previously featured on Dezeen with his coloured screens in collaboration with Norwegian designer Daniel Rybakken.
14 November 2012
Okay, I know, a 40 minutes video… But seriously, this is truly amazing. The evolution of the thoughts of this guy, Ron Resch… He totally impress me. his way to always go further with his ideas… This is what we call creativity, this is what we can do when we push our brains, and this is also the beginning of computerisation. This 4o minutes truly worth it. Wow. Geometry and patterns enthousiasts will be blown away.
Via Synaptic Stimuli.