From the Arctic to America, artist Leonid Tishkov has travelled the world with his illuminated crescent-shaped moon, bringing a sense of lyricism, and sometimes whimsy, to the places he lands.
Slap It is a “cheeky” way to bring a bit of fun into your daily life while also lightening up your room. Designed by London-based designer Joseph Begley, the glowing ass cheeks let you squeeze, pinch, or slap your way to having them light up with a warm color.
Croatian-austrian design collective Numen/For Use have designed a prototype for inflatable volume containing a network of cables that can be explored similar to a jungle gym… and it’s awesome.
Brace yourself. You’re about to read the coolest thing youll see online this week!
Pharrell Williams, Creative Director of Bionic Yarn, recently announced ‘RAW for the Oceans’, a long-term innovative collaboration between denim brand G-Star RAW where together they will create a full collection made with recycled materials from the oceans in stores from August 2014.
This tuned-up Tesla is a living room and an office on wheels, designed for the future of self-driving cars.
Artist Evan Holm is convinced that ‘there will be a time when all tracings of human culture will dissolve back into the soil under the slow crush of the unfolding universe’.
To demonstrate these rather dark thoughts, he created a submerged record player that’s still producing a nearly perfect audio as demonstrated in the short video below.
Today we’re happy to bring you this beautiful series of cinemagraphs by Chile-based photographer and digital artist Jon Jacobsen. The Present is one of his latest works, a collection of animated images inspired in the present and how we feel it with our senses.