“February 27, 1975 — Employees at Rockwell International Corporations Space Division, Downey, California, look over a full-scale mockup of the Space Shuttle orbiter.”
Vintage ROLEX Steel Datejust with antique white dial, on distressed leather strap, circa 1957.
MORFOZE polyhedron soap concept by Yevgeny Razumov.
Magdalena Frackowiak photographed by Solve Sundsbo for Numéro.
Eniko Mihalik photographed by Camilla Akrans for Chantelle Lingerie.
Via Anne of Carversville.
The Cacophany Bell, conceived by Dutch Shoreditch-based designer Tord Boontje and developed with kinetic objects company Laikingland, is more than just a tangle of bent rods and random objects — it’s actually a doorbell.
When visitors push the doorbell button the whole structure starts to tip first one way then the other, causing a hammer on wheels to career round the track and bash into any objects the owner chooses to hang along it’s path.
The Colour Porcelain collection, by Dutch designers Scholten & Baijings, is decorated with three different levels of intensity, selecting traditional colours based on the archives of hand-painted porcelain company 1616 Arita Japan, onto the the pale grey background of natural porcelain.