wwek

WWEK

WWEK (white weekend kites) is a collective researching computational forms in architecture. Some of the concepts are amazing. Definitely worth a look for those of you into generative art or futuristic architecture.

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sergei-seidlitz

Serge Seidlitz

This piece from Serge Seidlitz is straight dope! This guy’s got some amazing work and a really interesting website. Well worth checking out.

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stair-porn

Stair Porn

Stair Porn (don’t worry it’s totally safe for work) is a great little blog showcasing innovative staircase design from around the globe.

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1kilo

1kilo

This installation by German design firm 1kilo definitely looks interesting. I couldn’t find a complete description of what it’s purpose is, but you can find a translated version of the page here.

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bullet-ice-cube-tray

Bullet Ice Cube Tray

With the release of the new Bond movie Quantum of Solace iminent, this bullet ice cube tray would be perfect for a Bond themed party.

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strange-carafes

Stange Carafes

These Stange Carafes are by designer Etienne Meneau. Featuring organic shapes they are definitely an interesting way to store your wine.

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lp-cover-lover

LP Cover Lover

LP Cover Lover has an amzingly eclectic collection of LP covers spanning a huge variety of genres. Reminds me a bit of the awesome Sleevage.

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minimaform

Minimaforms

Minimaforms are and architecture and design form who build experimental and ephemeral structures designed to engage and experiment. Shown above is a still from their ‘smoke signals’ installation which explores the dynamics of smoke and light integrated with todays SMS technology.

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humus

Humus

Humus is a long standing e-zine showcasing some great work in the fields of art, design, motion, illustration, literature, photography and more. Currently at issue 12 it’s definitely worth checking out for a rather interesting diversion.

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deskography

Deskography

Ever wondered what other peoples workspaces look like? Deskography allows you to take a glimps of the work places of others around the globe.

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