This is a series of three Fake Rolex watch bracelets with double powder-coated Spring Steel. Intended to be a comment on the notion of a copy of a highly priced status item, which is obviously fake. In this case, there is no actual watch.
Check out this eerie, unsettling little filmette shot on a trip to the Chernobyl exclusion zone with some pretty impressive, presumably fairly low budget, special effects.
This just looks magical. I can’t imagine a better setting for traditional and sacred music: ‘Presenting the festival of art and music held annually in Essakane, Mali’. They do warn it can be dangerous to get there, though, so hitch a ride on Bono’s chopper.
This is such a great idea. Living in the inner city, these are pretty easy to find and certainly factories often want to get rid of them. So get off your butt and get gardening.
This whole site is great, but these children’s book covers alone are pretty spectacular. Superb colours (probably Letterpress) and great design, evoking an era when graphic design became a recognised art form.
This piece was initially constructed in 2004 but is currently on display if you are lucky enough to be in Paris. It’s also well worth checking out Leandro Erlich’s other work, which is very immersive and human based.
We will all have our own 3D printer soon, no doubt. But until we do, here’s a place to design and order your own 3D printer-built black or white nylon jewellery. Play with the builder until you’re happy and then order surprisingly affordable pieces you can say you made yourself.
Although this is a bit high tech, this device is a nice step backward in the land of personal communications. Nicer than an email and more personal than an SMS, you can record on multiple channels to leave live messages to your lover, mother, other, from yourself or your dog. Tactile, too.