Using only the natural resonance of wood and no electronics, KOOSTIK amplifies the volume output of your iPhone acoustically up to 4 times, through specially designed sound channels and hemispherical sound chambers that create rich, dynamic and natural, acoustic amplification.
OK, so if you’re into loud Heavy Metal at high volume or bangin’ choons with heavy sub base sounds, it may not cut the mustard, but if you like intimate vocals, relaxed understated instrumentals or ambient sounds, KOOSTIK makes a great alternative to conventional iPhone docks. I reckon it’s the perfect companion for the Buddha Machine app.
Liking very much the work of Israeli designer, Avraham Cornfeld especially the POST:POSTER series.
The best robot evvahh..! When it comes to robots, he IS the Daddy.
The traditional Japanese stone garden is the prime inspiration for the new Lomo LC-A+ White Japan Edition.
The camera comes with a white edition of the Lomo L-Case and is limited to only 1000 pieces worldwide.
Cool vintage ad from 1970 for Newport cigarettes.
Via Paco Camino.
Motion Forms is a series of beautiful paper sculptures by Richard Sweeney, created by hand-folding watercolour paper.
Via Daniel Howells.
Cup & Paste, by Bas van Beek, is a cup and saucer set, that takes inspiration from drawings by the prominent Dutch architect, Berlage. The item is a featured object at the Nationaal Glasmuseum.
Angled enamelled shades. Circa 1950.
Via Skinflint Design.