March 1, 2013
"The Nogg" The nogg is a modern chicken coop that has been designed in the shape of an egg. It has been designed to house from 2-4 chickens and is to encourage domestic farming while adding a touch of playful elegance to sit beautifully in any garden, urban or rural environment. The nogg is designed to enhance and compliment it’s surroundings and fit sculpturally with this aesthetic assumption. The nogg aids and advocates the provenance of homegrown foods. Chicken keeping has become a huge trend in the last 18 months and makes an ideal pet with benefits that delivers fresh eggs in the morning.
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February 25, 2013
One essential trick for styling a photo shoot is to select a couple of good-looking books. They add colour, personality and in general, character. The titles on your coffee table say something about your wit and style. If you flip through a few shelter magazines, you will notice that a lot of the same books keep popping up. In my opinion, fashion designer and film director Tom Ford established himself as an interior design authority with his film A Single Man, not to mention his flagship store on Madison Avenue in New York. Tom Ford is a fashion book chronicling his years developing the Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent brands. The b...
February 22, 2013
Rotterdam designer Roeland Otten has designed a collection of 26 chairs, each spelling out one letter of the alphabet. Called ABChairs, the seats can be arranged to form words. The prototypes of the chairs are made of lacquered MDF, however the designer intends to produce them using rotational moulded plastic.
February 20, 2013
"Diamond Lights" design by Eric Therner. A new kind of light bulb in the shape of a diamond. I have this intense liking for lightbulbs.
February 18, 2013
Moma The Brazilian advertising company, located in the city of San Pablo, Maximidia Seminars conducted to a brilliant poster entitled "A rapidly aging," in which ads are fake Facebook in a vintage aesthetic us transferred immediately to the 1950s in the United States. Not only do the illustrations, but the way they are drawn up "advertisements" evoke that golden era of the boom in consumption.