Plastic Bag Animals

March 27th, 2008

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Refreshing! Don’t you think so?

UPDATE (30-03-2008):
Here is a video of this Air Bear and an other one of the Air Zoo.

Folded Frosted Polypropylene

March 11th, 2008

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Folded frosted polypropylene … the structure, the pattern, the material … my kind of stuff.
found at FFFFOUND!

White Reflection

February 22nd, 2008

white_reflection.jpg‘White Reflection’ by Bill Culbert, he has a lot more of these bottle / neon light sculptures worth checking.

Love is in the Air

January 30th, 2008

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Love is in the Air‘, cut vinyl record silhouettes, by Carlos Aires.

Everyday Sunday

August 27th, 2007

Everyday Sunday by Niina Aalto

Plastic cup holder
Using disposable cups is common in hotels. Extending their function to a more specified and dignified level is my comment for a more playful way of living. Everyday Sunday is a plastic cup holder, which customizes a plastic cup for different situations by creating an illusion of authenticity.

by Niina Aalto

Ivana Brenner

August 1st, 2007

Ivana Brenner

Ivana Brenner from Argentina makes really nice compositions out of … I guess it’s glass or plastic or even porcelain …
There are more colorful ones in the current issue of ‘Ruby Mag‘, an online magazine.
found @ bored&beautiful

computer beat

March 12th, 2007

Excellent computer graphics for Rheingold’s music video “Computer Beat”.
Check out those Plexiglas keyboards in the second part!

Pierre Hardy

March 2nd, 2007

Pierre Hardy for BalenciagaAgain a pair of stilettos by Pierre Hardy. These just look monstrous! He designed these for Balenciaga.
found at the SHOWstudio blog

Big Crush

February 14th, 2007

Big CrushThis lamp base is made of crushed plastic bottles and you can also get is as a tamble lamp.
by Studiomold, found at MoCo Loco

jar tops

February 7th, 2007

jar topsJar tops is a set of plastic tops to turn jars in vessels with a specific function, like turning it into a milk can or sugar pot. Designed by Jorre van Ast.


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