1. Sang Bleu 6

    Sang Bleu 6

    This is your only chance to get Sang Bleu 6. Orders will be open for a limited time, and only the amount of copies ordered will be printed.

  2. Sundries – Julien Hourcade | Swiss Legacy












    Sundries – Julien Hourcade | Swiss Legacy.

  3. Steve Jobs’s Patents

    Jobs D495332 p3

    “Steve Jobs list of creativity-led patents: http://t.co/Sa1j5xh1 Makes adlands “creativity” look pretty pathetic in comparison doesn’t it. – Rob Campbell (Robertc1970)


    via NY TIMES / via Michael Surtees Steve Jobs’s Patents – Interactive Feature – NYTimes.com.

  4. Steve Jobs

    Steve Jobs: “



  5. Thank a Type Designer

    Via Ladd | Thank a Type Designer.

    Thank a type designer1

  6. L.J.

    L.J.: “

    Stumbled across this incredible portraiture photography and had to share it but there’s very little info on the authors flickr – if you’re reading this L.J, make yourself known!


    Advertise here with BSA


    (Via FormFiftyFive – Design inspiration from around the world.)

  7. Christopher Raeburn for Victorinox Sentry Scarf

    Christopher Raeburn for Victorinox Sentry Scarf: “

    Christopher Raeburn for Victorinox Sentry Scarf

    There are some interesting points to mention regarding the sentry scarf from the Christopher Raeburn for Victorinox. First, they were made in the same workshop that Karl Elsener, founder of Victorinox made the first Swiss Army Knife. A total of 100 scarves were produced and most important, they are all made from remnant Swiss Army blanket materials - over-dyed to give them their distinct look. Ron Herman has them.

    More look after the click.

    Read the rest of Christopher Raeburn for Victorinox Sentry Scarf (1 words)

    © 2011 Selectism for Titel Media. Author: Jeff Carvalho | Permalink | No comment | Add to del.icio.us |


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    (Via Selectism.com.)

  8. The Frankenfont [Processing]

    The Frankenfont [Processing]: “

    The Frankenfont project by Fanthom (Ben Fry and co) is an edition of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein laid out using characters and glyphs from PDF documents obtained through internet searches.

    For each of the 5,483 unique words in the book, the team ran a search (using the Yahoo! Search API) that was filtered to just PDF files. They downloaded the top 10 to 15 hits for each word, producing 64,076 PDF files. Inside these PDFs were 347,565 subsetted fonts. From those fonts, 55,382 unique glyph shapes were used to fill the 342,889 individual letters found in the Frankenstein text

    Continue reading…. The Frankenfont [Processing]




    (Via CreativeApplications.Net.)

  9. twisted pencils

    twisted pencils: “Twisted pencil is a pencil vase which resembles the shape of a pencil. By Korean product designer Giha Woo

    Twisted pencil conveys aesthetic value with a nuance of amusement by expressing the relations between the two things- pencil and pencil vase. In comparison with general products, it isn’t a pencil vase that can contain a lot more pencils, but it includes new aesthetics and morphological consideration about things.






    (Via jocundist.)

  10. Remember GeoCities? Explore a Map of the Vintage Internet Metropolis

    Remember GeoCities? Explore a Map of the Vintage Internet Metropolis: “

    Via GOOD
    de Zak Stone


    Before there was MySpace, there was GeoCities, the vast metropolis of glitchy amateur websites, pulsating with gif animations, that were the hub of digital culture for countless late-’90s teens. If you haven’t found yourself in some cobweb-coated corner of the internet in a while and landed on one of their sites, that’s because Yahoo shut down U.S. GeoCities two years ago, just 10 years after acquiring it for $3.57 billion at the height of the dot-com boom.

    Pained by the potential loss of the record of 35 million participants’ personal expression, the Internet Archive Team launched a project to save the GeoCities data for posterity, releasing a 641-GB torrent file worth of GeoCities data on the one year anniversary of its closing last October. Now this year, Dutch information designer Richard Vijgen has plotted that data along a scrollable world map of all those ancient GeoCities. He’s calling it The Deleted City, “a digital archaeology of the world wide web as it exploded into the 21st century.” It lives as an interactive touchscreen data visualization.

    The project gives a visual representation to the change in thinking and living through the internet that we’ve undergone in the past decade and a half. Before the internet was understood as a (social) network, GeoCities conceived of it as a city, where “homesteaders” could build on a digital parcel, grouped in “neighborhoods” based on topic. (Celebrity oriented sites were grouped together in “Hollywood,” for example.)  The Deleted City replicates this logic by organizing the old websites along an urban grid. Thematic “neighborhoods” that had more content associated appear bigger. As you wander the city, you can zoom in to get more detail, and eventually locate individual html sites.

    While GeoCities lives on in the popular imagination as the punchline of design and tech jokes—there’s even a website to paint over slick 21st-century design with a GeoCities patina—Deleted Cities draws attention to the  the way that it helped many people pioneer the web, and captures a slice of web history in a dynamic and elegant way.

    Via Fast Company’s Co.Design



    (Via fabric | rblg.)


    HIC ET NUNC: “

    Here’s is a small preview of a monograph of Miguel Villalobos and Graham Tabor’s work.

    Miguel Villalobos

    Graham Tabor


    (Via Sang Bleu.)

  12. tumblr_lo6e9dNeeD1qmwy60o1_500.jpg

    tumblr_lo6e9dNeeD1qmwy60o1_500.jpg: “



    (Via Per;mas..)

  13. Photo

    Photo: “

    (Via PPEEGG.)

  14. Svpply: Introducing Sets

    Svpply – Introducing Sets - one of the most exciting feature! Genius!


  15. Work Work Work

    Work Work Work: “

    Life of Vera , part 1

    Utilitarian outfit from Delphine

    Ridley’s pop up restaurant

    Christopher Raeburn new collection prints

    We are too busy to update the blog but more is coming this weekend

    Ovannak x


    (Via All Cats are grey.)

  16. Giant pipe and balloon to pump water into the sky in climate experiment

    Field test by British academics marks first step towards recreating an artificial volcano that would inject particles into the stratosphere and cool the planet



    Spice pipe and balloon experiment


    It sounds barmy, audacious or sci-fi: a tethered balloon the size of Wembley stadium suspended 20km above Earth, linked to the ground by a giant garden hose pumping hundreds of tonnes of minute chemical particles a day into the thin stratospheric air to reflect sunlight and cool the planet.

    But a team of British academics will next month formally announce the first step towards creating an artificial volcano by going ahead with the world’s first major “geo-engineering” field-test in the next few months. The ultimate aim is to mimic the cooling effect that volcanoes have when they inject particles into the stratosphere that bounce some of the Sun’s energy back into space, so preventing it from warming the Earth and mitigating the effects of man-made climate change.

    (…) more about it on The Guardian.


    and also, in the same article:


    Hacking the planet – potential geo-engineering solutions

    Ocean nourishment

    Billions of iron filings are deposited in the ocean to stimulate a phytoplankton bloom. The aim is to enhance biological productivity to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Many experiments have been conducted, including fertilisation of 900 square kilometers (350 sq miles) of the Atlantic. Results so far are disappointing.

    Space mirrors

    Giant “mirrors”, made of wire mesh, could be sent into in orbit to deflect sunlight back into space. But the scale needed, the expense and the potential unintended consequences are so great that it is widely considered unrealistic. In the same league as the idea to mine the moon to create a shielding cloud of dust.

    Cloud whitening

    The idea is to increase the water content in low clouds by spraying sea water at them. This makes them reflect more sunlight. It would be pretty harmless, and cheap but would have to be done on an immense scale to have any global effect. Backed by Bill Gates.

    Artificial trees

    Proposed by climate scientist Wallace Broecker who imagines 60m artificial “trees” dotted around the world, “scrubbing” the air by capturing CO2 in a filter and then storing it underground. The trees could remove more carbon dioxide than an equivalent-sized real tree.

    Albedo changes

    Painting roofs and roads white, covering deserts in reflective plastic sheeting, dropping pale-coloured litter into the ocean and genetically engineering crops to be paler have all been proposed to reflect sunlight back into space.

    Carbon capture and storage (CCS)

    Carbon dioxide is collected from coal or other fossil fuel power plants and is then pumped underground. Works in principle but it is expensive and increases the fuel needs of a coal-fired plant by 25%-40%. More than 40 plants have been built with many others planned.


    fabric | ch – personal comment:

    Read also the scientific article on MIT Technology Review.


    (Via fabric | rblg.)

    Giant pipe and balloon to pump water into the sky in climate experiment: “

    Via The Guardian via WMMNA

  17. Rachel Whiteread

    Rachel Whiteread: “



    Mike Bruce / Hammer Museum

    These wood objects were collected by Whiteread’s young son as a substitute for the toy guns he was forbidden to own.

    via Rachel Whiteread – latimes.com.


    (Via Research.)

  18. Waffles in América

    Waffles in América: “

    Certains aliments ont le goût particulier d’un moment de la journée…

    Les œufs au bacon sentent le petit déjeuner, l’odeur de la sauce tomate met l’appétit en éveil à peine le midi sonné et le bloblotement d’un ragout mettrait autour d’une table plus d’un le soir à peine venu.
    Il y a des aliments comme ça qui sonnent le goût d’un moment.

    Et puis il y en d’autres qui mettent en appétit du soir au matin et du matin au soir. L’odeur d’une pâte à crêpes s’étalant dans le beurre, le pain qui lève dans le four ou celle d’une gaufre finissant de s’attraper du croustillant dans un grill sont de ceux qui m’éveillent l’appétit quelque soit l’heure !

    La gaufre qui s’éveille gentiment au matin et qui va se promener en compagnie d’une petite confiture, celle qui va partager son croquant avec une petite tranche de lard et finir par fondre pour le jaune d’œuf qui lui coule dessus et celle qui le soir venu se perd sous un chocolat fondant et réconfortant, toutes ces gaufres montrent à quel point chaque moment de la journée peu avoir une gaufre pour l’accompagner.

    Et comme ce mois-ci il est question d’Amérique en voilà une qui peut prendre bien des parfums et sans doute accompagner bien des moments.

    Waffles in América

    Ingrédients : 40cl de lait -2 œufs – 100g de beurre -300g de farine – 1 sachet de levure chimique – 50g de sucre roux en poudre – des noix de pécan hachées – des cranberries séchées – des myrtilles fraîches – du sirop d’érable – des framboises – du Fluff…

    Versez dans un saladier le lait, les œufs, le beurre, la farine et la levure. Mélangez bien le tout.

    Faites chauffer votre gaufrier et badigeonnez le de beurre.

    Quand il est bien chaud mélangez le sucre avec la pâte à gaufre et mélangez rapidement.

    Versez une belle louche de pâte dans le gaufrier puis parsemez la pâte avec des noix de pécan, des cranberries ou des myrtilles et faites dorer les gaufres.

    Continuez jusqu’à finir toute la pâte en variant les garnitures. Etalez vos gaufres au fur et à mesure sur des plaques pour qu’elles ne ramolissent pas.

    Servez les gaufres avec du sirop d’éralble, des framboises fraîches et du Fluff en laissant chacun composer sa gaufre.

    Collection Luminarc Rock Square


    (Via Irresistable : Tendances, cuisine et rencontres autour de la table..)

  19. franz erhard walther, finde einen zweck fur die tasche

    1968, 30×10 cm, unlimitieret, herausgeber;  vice-versand, remscheid translates to Franz Erhard Walther “find a purpose for the bag”, 1968, 30×10 cm, unlimitieret, editors; vice-delivery remscheid

    franz erhard walther, finde einen zweck fur die tasche, 1968, 30×10 cm, unlimitieret, herausgeber; vice-versand, remscheid translates to Franz Erhard Walther “find a purpose for the bag”, 1968, 30×10 cm, unlimitieret, editors; vice-delivery remscheid: “

    Franz Erhard Walther find a purpose for the bag, 1968

    at the walker art center library yesterday doing research on franz erhard walther.  the librarian, rosemary, got a special twinkle in her eye in relation to this piece of his from a book about multiples… she asked me to wait a moment and returned with the piece.


    gratitude is heaven itself.

    please enjoy the time while it is passing by.

    posted by matt olson


    (Via ROLU, rosenlof/lucas, ro/lu (a modern landscape design studio’s blog in minneapolis).)

  20. music box

    Photo: “

    (Via PPEEGG.)

  21. Joji Koyama




    Joji Koyama




    Joji Koyama.

  22. Head Written and Animated Words

    2 workshops

    Head Written with Amandine Alessandra. Wednesday 25.05.11 from 2-4pm

    Animated Words with Alexandre Bettler. Thursday 26.05.11 from 5pm


    1 shop

    in collaboration with the Barbican Art Center. We will present a selection of products taken from various collection, including the super beautiful products created for Seeds & Sprouts, a dinner we organised as part of the current Pioneers exhibition at Barbican.




    Head Written and Animated Words – Clerkenwell Design Week 2011.








  23. Sailing + Robot = a nice project to fund!

    Cesar needs your help for this wonderful project! 
    On the Kickstarter page there’s a very nice video that explain the project; but you can pledge without watching it-trust me!

    Cesar Harada is searching for a few more micro-backers to fund his open hardware sailing robot.
    Given the way the world is spinning, i guess we fairly shortly will all need one of those. Cesar, thank you!
    Please support, fund and diffuse as widely as possible

    Check also there website with tons fo interesting details and progress about the research project


    Hunter Daniel and Protei 003

    * i very much like the notion open source hardware.

  24. LOVE for Japan

    LOVE for Japan on DesignMarketo:

    Like anyone this past week, we’ve been following the aftermath of the terrible events in Japan. We decided to produce a series of posters to support and encourage your donations. For the first poster we asked our friends Akinori Oishi to draw and All Cats Are Grey to print.

    All the profits are going to the Voluntary Architects Network who are developing emergency support solutions; they are currently preparing to deploy simple partitions for evacuees taking shelter at gymnasiums in the Tohoku region.

    More details on DesignMarketo: LOVE for Japan

    Websmall LOVE FOR JAPAN AKI allcatsaregrey designmarketo 427x533


    We also took a few picture of the printing; you can see them on DesignMarketo’s Flickr

    Screen shot 2011 03 21 at 08 25 31



    Here is a very nice shot by Amandine:

    5543987497 4ec19cc2f2 z


    (Via .)

  25. Evangelion Inspires Real Operation Yashima After Quake – Anime News Network


    Evangelion Inspires Real Operation Yashima After Quake – Anime News Network:

    “The Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) is calling on people to conserve electricity after the March 11 earthquake (Tōhoku Chihō Taiheiyō-oki Jishin) and tsunami; an unofficial campaign to spread the word has been nicknamed after Evangelion by its promoters.

    The promoters opened a page with a bulletin about the real Operation Yashima from Evangelion’s fictional Nerv organization.

    (Via Joji.)

  26. Photo

    Photo: “

    (Via Everyday Workshop.)

  27. Open Books – Perpetual Proposal

    (Via manystuff.org — Graphic Design daily selection.)

    Open Books – Perpetual Proposal: ”

    Perpetual Proposal
    A space and classification system by Fay Nicolson and Oliver Smith for Openbooks

    Perpetual Proposal is a system to initiate and record the flow of books within an exhibition as reading room. The Books (selected by Sophie Demay and Charlotte Cheetham) all deal with the form and content of the book as a subject. Being interested in mathematician and librarian S.R. Raganathan’s Five Laws of Library Science*, Fay and Oliver encourage visitors to the exhibition to select books from the peg board display and browse through them at their leisure. Investigating the idea of a reader as both a consumer and (re)producer of knowledge Fay and Oliver ask visitors to select a page using a book mark for our librarian to copy. The rationale behind page selection is left in hands of each reader.

    Throughout his/her shift the librarian will copy and index selected pages, binding them into a compendium that will enter the selection of exhibited books each day. These new additions both document the use of, and add to, the collection of exhibited books.

    * Raganathan’s Five Laws of Library Science are:

    Here is a diagram that charts the proposed flow of books around the space:

    Download pdf

  28. Daniel Arsham

    Via 3D Gallery Art 10 pics – My Modern Metropolis.
    Via Jocundist

  29. Modern Monster





    Very valet and ‘every long john’ bench at Wyeth.



  30. Alessandro Botto

    (Via jocundist.)


    alessandro botto: “This series of painting by Alessandro Botto might be familiar as we have seen some similarity with some photography work, but compare to photography I liken more towards Alessandro’s painting as it has certain fluidity where photography hasn’t capture it.

    UK based artist Alessandro was born in Lima, Peru, and is a self-taught painter holding a degree in architecture and a masters in industrial design. Alessandro moved to the United States in 1995 to study architecture and to complete a masters in industrial design in New York, he later moved to London in 2005. After working as an architect in New York and London, he developed an interest in painting that helped him create a personal language and technique, and now paints full time in his studio in England. Alessandro has exhibited his paintings in galleries and private collections in London, New York and Lima. Working with acrylics on MDF slats and canvas, his paintings are inspired by the relationship between beauty and chaos, and are also influenced by fashion and urban landscapes. His work explores movement through the analysis of balance, velocity and the hierarchy of elements within a composition.

    See more of his work here.






  31. Hundreds of Tourist Photos

    Hundreds of Tourist Photos Weaved into One (18 total) – Corinne Vionnet (Via Research.)

    Hundreds of Tourist Photos Weaved into One (18 total) – My Modern Metropolis.



  32. Photo

  33. Seeds, sprouts, shoots and leaves…

    a dinner with DesignMarketo

    Join us for a dinner party that features specially commissioned recipes and objects produced by DesignMarketo’s friends and collaborators. Tickets include same-day entry to exhibition. Places are limited so book early.

    Barbican Art Centre
    31 March
    19:30 – 22:30
    Garden Room
    £30 online/£35 on the door



    Entre-Deux, workshop by Hina Thibaud during FoodMarketo Coffee & Friends; event at the London DesignFestival 2010. Image credit: Amandine Alessandra 2010.

  34. Photo

  35. The Future of Money

    The value of “Value”.: “


    via @bigspaceship & via emergence.cc



    | Leave a comment  »



    (Via Thinking aloud.)

  36. Robert Darnton on paper and digital books

    Always a pleasure to listen to Robert —here at the MIT, for a lecture.

    Screen shot 2011 02 13 at 16 56 28

    http://mitworld.mit.edu/video/622 via http://lecturefox.com/


  37. Printed matter 3rd reprint

    Printed matter 3rd reprint (Karel Martens, Hyphen Press, 2010): “

    The third edition of Karel Martens’s Printed matter / Drukwerk is being printed byThoben in Nijmegen now; sheets will then be sent to the binders, Hendricks–Lützenkirchen in Kleve, across the border in Germany. The binding will be done in batches and will take some weeks, but we should have copies at the end of this month – just in time for the Frankfurt bookfair.

    Read the full article on the Hyphen press blog.
    Thanks to David Pichardo for pointing this new (french readers can also look at Karel Martens interview in Etapes latest issue).


    (Via designers books.)

  38. Just in Time, or A Short History of Production

    Xavier Antin / Just in Time, or A Short History of Production: “


    A book printed through a printing chain made of four desktop printers using four different colors and technologies dated from 1880 to 1976. A production process that brings together small scale and large scale production, two sides of the same history.

    • MAGENTA (Stencil duplicator, 1880)
    • CYAN (Spirit duplicator, 1923)
    • BLACK (Laser printer, 1969)
    • YELLOW (Inkjet printer, 1976)

    xavier antin / Just in Time, or A Short History of Production.

    • 210 x 297 mm
    • 42 pages
    • 100 copies
    • english


    (Via Research.)

  39. Warburg: Mnemosyne-Atlas

    Media Art Net | Warburg, Aby M.: Mnemosyne-Atlas.

    Aby M. Warburg

    Warburg entitled the series «Mnemosyne, A Picture Series Examining the Function of Preconditioned Antiquity-Related Expressive Values for the Presentation of Eventful Life in the Art of the European Renaissance». The atlas is fundamentally the attempt to combine the philosophical with the image-historical approach. Attached on wooden boards covered with black cloth are photographs of images, reproductions from books, and visual materials from newspapers and/or daily life, which Warburg arranges in such a way that they illustrate one or several thematic areas. Only the boards of the picture atlas have survived as photographed ensembles. Throughout the years since 1924, Warburg’s picture collection of circa 2,000 reproductions generated other configurations fixed and photographed on boards. In addition, specific themes were reconfigured for individual exhibitions or lectures. The last existing series originally consisted of 63 tableaus.
    Today, Warburg’s working style would be categorized as researching ‹visual clusters›. Only these are not ordered according to visual similarity, evident in the sense of an iconographic history of style; but rather through relationships caused by an ‹affinity for one another› and the principle of ‹good company,› which let themselves be reconstructed through the study of texts (as for example, contract conditions or biological associations).

    Source: Aby Warburg. Der Bilderatlas MNEMOSYNE, Martin Warnke (ed.), Berlin 2003, 2nd printing.

    Rudolf Frieling

    via Olivier Lebrun

  40. Shanghai – 1990 vs 2010

    Shanghai – 1990 vs 2010 – The non-blog of Andy McLoughlin.

  41. Leica S1

    Leica S1


  42. Spontaneous City – London Fieldworks

    Spontaneous City – London Fieldworks

  43. High

    via pinterest: “

    via pinterest


    (Via Bookshelf Porn.)

  44. Photo

  45. Photo

  46. FFFFOUND! | convoy

    FFFFOUND! | convoy

  47. Trying Dvorak

    Trying Dvorak as a Programmer – Dan Ruscoe.

  48. What’s on your mind?

    What’s on your mind? | Facebook.

  49. Color & Light

    Color & Light

  50. Styrofoam

    Super Futuristic Styrofoam Art Made from Found Packaging | Inhabitat – Green Design Will Save the World.

  51. Opinel (Labour and Wait)

    Labour and Wait Products ($1-20) — Svpply

  52. Vasa – Multiples and Book

    Vasa – Multiples and Book.

  53. because


  54. Borrowed Library Books By Michael Sirianni

    Borrowed Library Books

    By Michael Sirianni

  55. The Fragility of Time by Ignacio Canales Aracil

    The Fragility of Time by Ignacio Canales Aracil

    Designer Ignacio Canales Aracil created these sculptures by pressing and drying wild flowers. (more…)

  56. big orange NO

    big orange NO

  57. 10 girls doing it

  58. Right-hand rule (via Right-hand rule – Wikipedia, the free…

    Right-hand rule (via Right-hand rule – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) via @mtchl

  59. Constellation « NextNature.net

    Constellation « NextNature.net.

  60. |_ (Reference Library)


    (Reference Library)

  61. The idea of a tree

    mischertraxler the idea of a tree.

    ‘The idea of  a tree’ – objects are the outcomes fromrecorder one. ‘The idea of  a tree’ is a production process which uses the natural input of the sun with a mechanical process. This creates unique objects that represent the sun’s intensity of the day and place of production.

    The length/height of the resulting object depends on the sunhours of the day.
    winter = shorter objects
    summer = longer objects

    The thickness of the layer and the colour is depending on the amount of sun-energy.
    more sun = thicker layer and paler colour
    less  sun = thinner layer and darker colour

    The correlation between input and output makes the changes visual and readable. The product becomes a three-dimensional ‘photograph’ of the time and the place where it is produced.

    After one day of winding the cotton structure can be ‘harvested’ off the machine. A few days, later the dried piece is finished by hand and a label, telling day and place of production, is placed on the evening side of the object.

  62. From Raymond’s to Leila’s

    From Raymond’s to Leila’s | Jerome Rigaud.

  63. FoodMarketo in London


    Coffee & Friends
    20—26 september / 10am—7pm
    8b Egerton Garden Mews SW3 2EH

    FoodMarketo is a joint project by Apartamento magazine
    and DesignMarketo. Both ventures are interested in the design
    sphere and decided to collaborate for an exclusive event
    at the London Design Week 2010.

    FoodMarketo is a popup café and shop offering coffee related products and workshops. FoodMarketo features objects specifically commissioned together withproducts from the previous FoodMarketo Milan (at the Salone del Mobile, 2010).


    Types We Can Make: A Selection of Contemporary Swiss Type Design, opening September 7 in the MIT Museum Compton Gallery, graphically examines the ways in which the field of typography has been radically transformed through the variety of media available today. The exhibition was organized by the MIT Museum in collaboration with the University of Art and Design Lausanne, Switzerland (ECAL), and swissnex Boston.

    “Because the teaching of the craft is once again being taken seriously, and consequently it is debated how to set type in a powerful way that establishes meaning, there is a great deal of experimentation in Switzerland at the moment. Many new typefaces are being created…graphic designers and type designers are talking to each other again,”says designer Jonas Vögeli.

  65. Le Président

    Jusqu’ici, sur la terre, tout le désordre a résulté du fait que quelques-uns ont voulu mettre de l’ordre et toute ordure du fait que quelques-uns ont voulu balayer. Comprenez-moi, la véritable malédiction, en ce monde, c’est l’organisation, et le véritable bonheur, c’est l’inorganisé, le hasard, le caprice.

  66. Paper Donut™ » Yellow Galaxy

    Paper Donut™ » Yellow Galaxy.

  67. Ashley Wood’s machines

    Ashley Wood: Part Comics Artist Part Machine | Septagon Studios Comic Blog: Comic Creation Trends, Resources and News.

  68. Happy Socks Gentlemen Stripe 01 – Happy Socks

    Happy Socks Gentlemen Stripe 01 – Happy Socks

  69. Svpply — Sperry Top-Sider Men’s Cloud Logo Authentic…

    Svpply — Sperry Top-Sider Men’s Cloud Logo Authentic Original 7-Eye Boot

  70. Andreas Gysin & Sidi Vanetti, selected works

    Andreas Gysin & Sidi Vanetti, selected works.

  71. bookshelfporn: (via kreativekottage)


    (via kreativekottage)

  72. Error Tea Towels

    I would have never thought that I would once post tea towels. Today is that day. Pieke Bergmans designed 6 tea towels for the Textile Museum in Tilburg (The Netherlands). Each one is infected by the dreaded Design Virus. Her goal is to make “personalized mass production” where irregularities are ruled in.
    You can buy them for €15 a piece in blue or red at Wannekes.

  73. Digital Art @ Google

  74. Margareth Doorduin

    Photos by Margareth Doorduin.

    Photographer Margareth Doorduin

  75. Short Story Poster

    Klas Ernflo designed this Short Story Poster for a story written by Jess Row.

    found at trendbeheer

  76. Road Popper by Pick

    Road Popper by Pick

  77. Form+Code in Design, Art, and Architecture




    Once the exclusive domain of programmers, code is now being used by a new generation of designers, artists, and architects eager to explore how software can enable innovative ways of generating form and translating ideas. Form+Code in Design, Art, and Architecture offers an in-depth look at the use of software in a wide range of creative disciplines. This visually stimulating survey introduces readers to over 250 significant works and undertakings of the past 60 years in the fields of fine and applied art, architecture, industrial design, digital fabrication, visual cinema, photography, typography, interactive media, gaming, artificial intelligence (AI), artificial life (a-life), and graphic design, including data mapping and visualizations, and all forms of new media and expression.

    Princeton Architectural Press
    ISBN 9781568989372
    7 x 8.5 inches (17.8 x 21.6 cm)
    Paperback, 176 pages


  78. Rumors of the Web’s Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated (with Infographics)

    Via GOOD
    by Patrick James

    While reading Wired's recent feature, "The Web is Dead. Long Live the Internet," Boing Boing's Rob Beschizza took issue with the following infographic, which illustrates the claim that the web is dead based on the total proportion of internet traffic instead of total overall use.

    If you went with total useage, the graph might look like this:

    "In fact," Beschizza writes, "between 1995 and 2006, the total amount of web traffic went from about 10 terabytes a month to 1,000,000 terabytes (or 1 exabyte). According to Cisco, the same source Wired used for its projections, total internet traffic rose then from about 1 exabyte to 7 exabytes between 2005 and 2010."

    Now, using actual total traffic as the vertical axis, Beschizza reimagines the graph like this:

    Does that look like "death" to you?



  79. Mole by Ninkipen!

    Mole by Ninkipen!

    Japanese office Ninkipen have completed this office in Osaka with a facade of aluminum louvres that appear to bubble. (more…)

  80. Wave

    Wave by Valentin Ruhry.

    found at vvork

  81. ring pops

    This is a good example of ~ I love you so much that it will melt.

    Brooklyn based artist Julia Chiang uses a wide variety of materials in her sculpture and installation based work, including nostalgic and sweet ring pops. The colourfoul candy has been used by chiang in a number of works often employed as pixels spelling out words. The candy jewels atop the rings melts over time under gallery lights and slowly drips down the walls. The melted sugar stains the surfaces it touches. 

    Via: designboom


    PLATOON.cultural development | BERLIN · HAVE BALLS – CASE 2 [ECCENTRIC].

  83. ATOM performance

    ATOM performance.

    * via http://r-echos.net/2010/08/13/browsing-back-in-timeassembling%C2%A0%C2%BB-blog-archive%C2%A0%C2%BB/

  84. Arctic Opening (Fenêtre Arctique)

    The aim of the project is to let appear a “second day” made of a large artificial ligthing, between Marseille’s sunsets and sunrises, when everything becomes dark and quiet on the islands. This illumination will have its source up north, beyond the polar circle, where the sun shines 24 hours long during summer. Thus the continuous day of the arctic summer will be transported to the shore of the Mediterranean Sea.

    Arctic Opening will light up a zone of the arid landscape of the Frioul close to an industrial ruin, channeling a fictional catastrophic future of an Arctic Ocean free of ice with the present of this mediterranean island, already surrounded by sea routes and heavy tourism. The result will become a metis landscape, all nights long: an arctic mediterranean, remote day at night.

    Arctic Opening (Fenêtre Arctique) – follow up & pictures – fabric | rblg.

  85. [browsing back in time] Assembling » Blog Archive »…

    [browsing back in time]

    Assembling » Blog Archive » Today’s favorites / R-Echos

  86. mono.kultur new issue


    My work starts where and when the archaeologists left off.

    mono.kultur | Current.

  87. Leaving reality behind.

    Leaving reality behind.
    i’m visiting Zai and the etoy crew – just hours before they go to their huge exhibition in Korea. I will stay a few more days in their studio made out of containers. An amazing place to work from…
    * www.etoy.com

  88. Ventus Folding Wind Power Station To Meet Your Camping Needs – Ecofriend

    Ventus Folding Wind Power Station To Meet Your Camping Needs – Ecofriend.

  89. Most Beautiful Swiss Books “The Future Issue” 2009 – 3-D Renderings

    25 3-D Renderings, by Carl Burgess & Thomas Traum, for the Most Beautiful Swiss Books “The Future Issue” 2009, designed by Laurenz Brunner.
    The renderings allude to Vanitas paintings, while playing with classic clichés of computer generated imagery such as checkerboard and green screen backgrounds.

  90. Artist Newspaper Research and Reading Room, Berlin


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    Eleanor Vonne Brown and Michalis Pichler recently put together a newspaper Research & Reading Room gathering conceptual publications and/or artpieces that use form or content of newspapers.
    OPEN CALL: Artists are invited to contribute related works.

    The Reading and Research Room took place at:
    Pavillon am Milchhof
    , Ateliergemeinschaft Milchhof e.V. Schwedter Straße 232 10435 Berlin,
    July 17 – 27 2010 Vernissage Friday, July 16th 2010,7pm
    ARTISTS’ NEWSPAPERS TALK by Eleanor Vonne Brown Friday, July 16th 2010,8pm

    Tel +49 30 50 59 23 38
    Opening hours: Tue – Sat, 12 – 18 Uhr

    The Newpaper http://www.thenewpaper.co.uk/News.html

  91. Kunsthalle Gwangju first official Image

    check for more infos the platoon blog

  92. MoviePeg™ — the no-hand stand for movies and more

    MoviePeg™ — the no-hand stand for movies and more.

  93. Hyperfood

    Does anyone know anything about this artist? His name?

    HyperFood – Class of 2007, Expérimental Art Department, Central Academy of Fine Arts

    Fishbones and seashells sculpture

    via Funkyng Life

  94. Ill Studio

    Ill Studio

  95. post-materialism: TRUCK FURNITURE



  96. South Central Farmers Cooperative

    South Central Farmers Cooperative

    South Central Farmers Cooperative

    Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is the relationship between a local farm/farmer and those that eat the food they produce. Most consumers not only are unaware of where their food comes from, but who is growing it and how it is produced. The CSA seeks to end our disconnection from the farmer and the land that sustains us. Joining a CSA helps to continue the ancient practices of land stewardship, while at the same time supporting local farmers. By becoming a member of a CSA, you are committing to sustain a local farm and a sustainable food system.

    Community supported agriculture (CSA) is a new idea in farming, one that has been gaining momentum since its introduction to the United States from Europe in the mid-1980s. The CSA concept originated in the 1960s in Switzerland and Japan, where consumers interested in safe food and farmers seeking stable markets for their crops joined together in economic partnerships. Today, CSA farms in the U.S., known as CSAs, currently number more than 400. Most are located near urban centers in New England, the Mid-Atlantic States, and the Great Lakes region, with growing numbers in other areas, including the West Coast.


  97. Power Station

    This photo is from Michael Kenna his series called Power Stations. Who knew they could be so photogenic.

    found at FFFFOUND!

  98. Fata Morgana

    Fata Morgana by Damon Zucconi. Make sure you zoom and pan around.

  99. sphinx tatoo

  100. a to b – an exhibition of artworks and objects having to do…

    a to b

    an exhibition of artworks and objects
    having to do with order, sequence
    and consecutiveness.

    pairs, successive things,
    lists, instructions, corrections
    and rules.


    via ambitious