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Want to know what’s up with this chair?

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Nicole
May 14th, 2010

10 DEBUG FURNITURE 01 268x399 Want to know whats up with this chair?Um…this is really weird.

This chair, dubbed the ‘debug’ chair, was presented at the Dutch Invertuals exhibition at Milan’s Design Week 2010. [ Continue Reading ]

Robot art

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teresalj
May 3rd, 2010

robot art Konus 5003 376x400 Robot artI’m thinking Toy Story flashbacks (cyclo) and my 4-year-old son is clamouring behind me about Konus 5003, “What does he do? Is he a Transformer?” We’re looking at Andrea Petrachi’s (a.k.a Himatic) robotic sculptures, made from old toys and recycled items. Challenging both our overwhelming need to buy things and our penchant for confronting what is natural with the technological, his work is meant to provoke thought (and perhaps action?)

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See the Sub of the Future….Today!

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Salvatore
April 26th, 2010

IMG 1912.small  See the Sub of the Future....Today!It really is amazing to see just what sort of advancements the human society can reach. It’s comforting to know that whatever pinnacle we think we have conquered there is always another one just over a newly seen summit. If you care, check out after the jump for the next new luxury for the open oceans. [ Continue Reading ]

Moonwatch and the Mind/Body/World Connection as I See it

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teresalj
April 20th, 2010

51 moonwatch by the emotion him 533x400 Moonwatch and the Mind/Body/World Connection as I See itMoonwatch is an innovative concept of time that was created to link a cycle between people’s emotional states and the cycle of the moon. It assists those who wear it in understanding their own moods in relation to their daily lives on earth. The Moonwatch is intriguing because so many aspects of our lives and the world around us have been established as correlated to the moon, including fertility, agriculture, the patterns of the tide, and even the behaviour of humans. [ Continue Reading ]

Machines Plucked From Clock Tower Dreams

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Salvatore
April 14th, 2010

typ 09 1gr Machines Plucked From Clock Tower DreamsThere’s no point to write anything here. You know you’re going to click the jump just to see what these twisted crafts of machine demons are. [ Continue Reading ]

The Cool Segway?

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Nicole
April 8th, 2010

Taurus 385x400 The Cool Segway?Will this catch on?

Designer Erik Lanuza’s Taurus was made for city driving and is apparently super eco-friendly (zero-emission electric motors). [ Continue Reading ]

Feeding you some German depotArt

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Nicole
March 31st, 2010

DepotArt2 504x400 Feeding you some German depotArtComputer-generated fine art? [ Continue Reading ]

“Aberrations”

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IngridA
March 4th, 2010

untitledHouse sm 400x400 Aberrations

It’s not a secret that images have the ability to awaken different parts of our brains, and allow us to experience different things. We are an extremely visual society, and if you have been blessed with the gift of sight (I would assume if you’re reading these words), then how many times have you looked at a picture and found yourself completely being immersed at some random thought? Jim Kazanjian’s works could certainly cause your brain to trip out. [ Continue Reading ]

The Nasca Stay in Line

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StarCat
February 26th, 2010

Nasca Line astronaut2 435x400 The Nasca Stay in LineHave you ever made drawings in the dirt? A line maybe? A few squares or some animals perhaps? Well, if you have, I’m sorry to inform you that no matter how awesome you thought your creations were,  they were nothing compared to what the Nasca people of Peru did over a thousand years  ago. [ Continue Reading ]

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