The Golden Mistake

September 8th, 2011

Erica Dorn made some solid gold versions of the  and Z  keyboard keys a.k.a. the “mistake” keys. They’re the ones we are constantly pressing to go back in time. These are still designed for the old apple keyboards but she said that she will update them.

found at I’m revolting


September 24th, 2010

The Replica jewelry collection by Göran Kling is an “homage to exclusive wrist watches, Swiss craft skills and cheap knock-offs.”

found at Cool Hunting

Imme van der Haak

September 17th, 2010

Strange jewellery designed by Imme van der Haak.

found at trendbeheer

Face Distorting Jewelry

August 5th, 2010

This is some pretty weird jewelry designed by Burcu Büyükünal.

photo by arthur hash

photo by arthur hash

found at I’m revolting


July 16th, 2010

Boats*Cars*Dollars*Girls*Helicopters*Jewellery*Skylines is Thomas Traum his attempt to construct the most generic Rap video out of many.

Musical genres are always heavily codified and rap seems to be one of the most extreme ones, each video has similar if not identical subjects, the same light, the same cars, the same girls, the same dance moves etc. Through their likeness they seem to be almost ‘classic’, just as classic theater or opera.

Gold Fountain LKW & PKW

June 29th, 2010

The Gold Fountain LKW & PKW by Sylvie Fleury are still THE accessories the get for your balcony or garden this summer!

found at contemporary art daily

Susan Collins

June 8th, 2010

These screws by Susan Collins are probably the most expensive ones I’ve ever seen.

Made Good
(Coral, black onyx, 18 carat white gold (hallmarked), diamond, silver)

As Good As It Gets
(18 carat white gold (hallmarked), white sapphire, turquoise, onyx)

found at kiameku

The World’s slowest Porsche

June 1st, 2010

The World’s slowest Porsche is the Ferdinand GT3 RS by Johannes L.

Etch by Tom Dixon

April 26th, 2010

During the Salone del Mobile in Milan, Tom Dixon presented his Etch collection, which was part of his Flash Factory. Visitors could buy a light or candleholder at the stand, or made of brass or stainless steel. The parts were made by employing an industrial process used to produce electronic products, including circuit boards. The patterns were directly etched on the thin metal sheets. This production technique allows the designer to produce a small bath of high-tech products in a very short time. But also the distribution model at the Flash Factory was quite interesting. The objects were offered in 3 versions: a pre-assembled one by one of the Flash Factory workers, or you could assemble it yourself at the stand and the last option was to buy a flat packed one and assemble it at home.

photo by MenthaArvensis

photo by MenthaArvensis


November 4th, 2009

GOLD, 39 gold chromolux cardboards folded by Martin Pfeifle.

GOLD by Martin Pfeifle

GOLD by Martin Pfeifle

found at acidolatte