Porcelain 3D Wallpaper

February 13th, 2009

Daniel Pirsc came up with the idea of porcelain 3D wallpaper. Does it still qualify as wallpaper? The effect is quite nice though.

Porcelain 3D Wallpaper by Daniel Pirsc

found at fubiz

Punk Assemblage

February 9th, 2009

Punk Assemblage by Trixie Delicious.

Punk Assemblage by Trixie Delicious

+/- hot plate

January 29th, 2009

Ami Drach & Dov Ganchrow came up the “+/- hot plate”. They silk-screened gold or Amorphic Metal films onto ceramic plates. If you connect the to an electric source, the current will run through the pattern on the plate and keep the food warm. But why would you want to eat warm chocolate mouse?

+/- hot plate by Ami Drach & Dov Ganchrow

+/- hot plate by Ami Drach & Dov Ganchrow

+/- hot plate by Ami Drach & Dov Ganchrow

found at designboom weblog

Metal Vases

January 13th, 2009

Pierre Blanc paints logos of bands of really ugly vases. He also has some strange plates in his online store.

Pierre Blanc

found at nerdcore

Accident

November 21st, 2008

Accident by Ricochet Studio.

Accident by Ricochet Studio

Closely Separated Vase

October 29th, 2008

Bowls, plates and cups are merged into the Closely Separated Vase, designed by Michael Geertsen. Available at muuto.

Closely Separated Vase by Michael Geertsen

found at designboom weblog

Gabriela Felgenträger

September 8th, 2008

No, these aren’t just shards but rings by Gabriela Felgenträger.

Gabriela Felgenträger

Gabriela Felgenträger

found at why not?

Tom Lauerman

August 15th, 2008

‘White Cloud’ & ‘Cumulus Mediocris’ by Tom Lauerman.

White Cloud by Tom Lauerman

Cumulus Mediocris by Tom Lauerman

Photos by TelegraphArt.

Show RCA 2008

June 30th, 2008

The Royal College of Art in London is currently showing the work of their postgraduate students: Show RCA 2008. Here are some projects:

Home Sweet Home by Marie Retpen (Ceramics & Glass).

Home Sweet Home by Marie Retpen

The Aftermath by Caroline TattersallThe Aftermath by Caroline Tattersall (Ceramics & Glass).

Blog Bot Platform by Andrew Broomfield (Design Interactions).

Blog Bot Platform is an open source system which I have developed for creating Different types of Blogging objects. Turning Simple experiences into online encounters. These bots ‘tweet’ to their experiences to micro blogging services. I am interested in how people react when they encounter these Blogjects invading their web 2.0 space.

Blog Bot Platform by Andrew Broomfield

White Lies by Alice Wang (Design Interactions).

This scale allows one to lie to him/herself.
The further back you stand, the lighter you become.
The user can gradually move closer and closer to reality.

White Lies by Alice Wang

Nanofutures: Sensual Interfaces by Christopher Woebken (Design Interactions).

Rather than focusing on the current development of nanotechnology, such as creating lighter and stronger materials, this project focuses on exploring its potential further, creating more manipulative prototypes such as organic electronics.

What do organic computing look like and how will our relationship with these products change? Can organic electronics with biosensors open up new possibilities for sensual and poetic designs?

Seeds contain material and information needed to grow organisms as well as algorithms for device networking. Using seeds as a simulation for smart dust, it allows one to easily visualize new interactions such as breaking, sharing, throwing away and mining data. These new interactions not only generate new behaviors but also redefine existing stereotypical electronic products.

Nanofutures: Sensual Interfaces by Christopher Woebken

Plugless Sink by Maja Ganszyniec (Design Products).

Plugless sink is exactly that, a sink without a plughole. To get rid of the grey water we have to tip the water out. By doing so we become more conscious of how much water we are using and mainly throwing away. This sink shows the value of water through its volume and promotes water re-usage.

Plugless Sink by Maja Ganszyniec

Potato Chips by Cyrille Najjar (Design Products).

Potato Chips by Cyrille Najjar

The Fastest Clock in the World by Freddie Yauner (Design Products).

Exhausted Cutlery by Kathryn Hinton (Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork & Jewellery).

Exhausted Cutlery by Kathryn Hinton

Pia Lundqvist

June 10th, 2008

Pia Lundqvist is a Swedish glass artist, her artworks are quite strange. She used all sorts of found objects to create these ‘guns’.

Pia Lundqvist

Pia Lundqvist

Pia Lundqvist


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