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dvdp

Loving the gifs of davidope, aka dvdp.

Himatic robots

Himatic robots

Italian artist, Andrea Petrachi (aka Himatic) takes broken electronics, recycled materials and old toys and turns them into awesome robotic sculptures.

Andrea will be exhibiting at Drap-Art’10 International Recycling Art Festival of Catalonia— a collective exhibition of art and design created from recyclable materials, from the 18th of December 2010 until 9th of January 2011, BARCELONA.

Revep

Beautiful limited edition transparent vinyl version of Alva Noto & Ryuichi Sakamoto’s Revep EP, released in 2006 on the Raster Noton label.

Revep

Revep

Le Corbusier, Modulor Measuring Tape

Braun Audio 2

There is much to like in Erno Forsström’s photostream.

Shamelessly pinched from Daniel.

The Optimist toaster

Matthew Laws, alongside Adam Paterson and Rich Gilbert, have together conceived the Optimist — a toaster that communicates a new vision for luxury product design — the luxury of longevity.

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Fishes Dangerous to Man book cover

Fishes Dangerous to Man (book cover) | 1969
by Alan Mark Fletcher | illustrated by Jane Teiko Oka & Willi Baum

Plone Conference Bristol 2010 identity

Tasked to come up with an identity for the upcoming Plone Conference 2010, to be hosted this year in Bristol by Netsight, I recently had the pleasure of working with Bristol-based illustrator Ben Newman.

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Davone Ray speaker

Davone Ray speaker

These walnut veneer wrapped Ray speakers, from Danish manufacturers, Davone have a look reminiscent of the Eames lounge chair. At $6000 a pair they had better sound as good as they look.

Erik Spiekermann's home

Just been checking out Erik Spiekermann‘s pad over on Dwell. Not only does he have a stainless steel Bulthaup kitchen my wife would kill for, but also a two story bookcase accessible via a remote controlled mountaineer’s harness.  Even the boiler (actually a borehole heat exchanger that uses the warmth from 105 feet down below the surface of the earth) is freakin’ sweet.

Read on for more photos.

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Holga D

Designer Saikat Biswas brings back the delayed gratification and sweet anticipation of analog photography in his concept for a digital camera, the Holga D.

Whilst big displays are currently the norm on digital cameras, the Holga D has no display at all, allowing your photographs to remain mysterious until you download the images.

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