Archive for October, 2011

8 October 2011

Analog Vinyl Sampling by Ishac Bertran

Good idea !

By Ishac Bertran.


Via It’s Nice That.

8 October 2011

7TV Idents directed by Greg Barth

Directed by Greg Barth. For Russian TV channel 7TV.

Via animade.

8 October 2011

LOOK exhibition by Michael Murphy


By Michael Murphy.




Via Fubiz.


5 October 2011

House Morran by Johannes Norlander Arkitektur, Sweden

A total plywood house. Just imagine the wood smell inside. : )

The new facade is cladded in plywood, coated in black pine tar just like the traditional way of preserving wooden boats. The roof is coated in simple tar paper and has thin plywood eaves with integrated aluminum gutters, coated in black. The interior is all in natural pine and where plywood is used for both cladding and construction.

Via Archdaily.

5 October 2011

Poppenvilla Dolls Villa by Liliane Limpens

Oh wow ! No plastic, no pink, no shapeless design that takes kids for idiots… Just a simple and clean design, that helps kids to learn something we should all instil: less is more. Sharp details.

By Liliane Limpens.

Limpens’ Doll Villas are actually innovative play furniture on wheels made of durable materials for 30 cm dolls, for both boys and girls. The villas are made in Germany.

Via Moco Loco.

4 October 2011

Unfold by Uli Budde

Vienna Design Week 2011: Berlin designer Uli Budde unwrapped the facets of a brilliant-cut diamond to create the shape of this gold pendent, currently on show at Vienna Design Week.

Via dezeen.

4 October 2011

Owls by photographer Rob Palmer

: )

By wildlife photographer Rob Palmer.

Via bumbumbum.

1 October 2011

Euthanasia Coaster by Julijonas Urbonas

Crazy. What a lovely way to end a crapy life… just a little bit macabre to design. By Julijonas Urbonas. His Domestic Earthquake Generator worth the click too.


“Euthanasia Coaster” is a hypothetic euthanasia machine in the form of a roller coaster, engineered to humanely – with elegance and euphoria – take the life of a human being. Riding the coaster’s track, the rider is subjected to a series of intensive motion elements that induce various unique experiences: from euphoria to thrill, and from tunnel vision to loss of consciousness, and, eventually, death. Thanks to the marriage of the advanced cross-disciplinary research in space medicine, mechanical engineering, material technologies and, of course, gravity, the fatal journey is made pleasing, elegant and meaningful. Celebrating the limits of the human body but also the liberation from the horizontal life, this ‘kinetic sculpture’ is in fact the ultimate roller coaster: John Allen, former president of the famed Philadelphia Toboggan Company, once sad that “the ultimate roller coaster is built when you send out twenty-four people and they all come back dead. This could be done, you know.”

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