Archive for the 'design' Category
Here’re a few looks from Jeremy Scott‘s Fall 2012 collection. It screams Tumblr doesn’t it? Just look at the last picture …
Petros Vrellis made a very fascinating version of “Starry Night” by Vincent van Gogh. He wanted to visualize the flow of the famous painting and let user can interact with it by touch. The result is stunning! Even the sound responds to the flow.
Made with openFrameworks.
The Japanese architect Ryue Nishizawa designed this “Garden & House” in Tokyo on a very small lot of just 8 x 4 m. It doesn’t really have a facade or walls: vases, planters, concrete benches, plexiglass railings, full-height windows and curtains form the boundary between inside and outside. I’m baffled.
Photos by Iwan Baan.
found at DOMUS
The “Collection of Light” by humans since 1982 is probably the best lamp I’ve seen in a while. It is simply a collection of LEDs which together constitute a lamp in itself. They wanted to create an aura of a real collection (similar to a collection of insects) and expose each illuminant as a worthy industrial product. The LEDs are all labeled (with name, size and colour temperature) and arranged in a specific order to accomplish harmonic light.
I want one!
found at designboom weblog
BERG, a London-based design studio, has just announced 2 new products: Little Printer and BERG Cloud. Little Printer is a thermal printer with a wireless connection to the Web. Each time you press the button, a neat little personalised package will be printed immediately. You can configure the messages with your smartphone, this is the part where the BERG Cloud will shine. Just watch the video and see how beautiful the graphic design is.
Unfortunately it will only be launched as a “beta” product in 2012. Can’t wait to get one.