Awesome 1960’s IBM 13.5″ Standard Issue Clock available from Schoolhouse Electric.
That’s a nice old Fiat 500 right there. ;D
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Another cracking illustration by Robert McGinnis.
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Here’s mine for starters…
“… and yes, Madam, we can do one in pink.”
There’s no prize — just for shitz ‘n’ gigglz.
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Some may find this bathroom in Alemanys 5, a project in Girona’s historical quarter by architect Anna Noguera, somewhat basic, but I love it’s spartan mix of ancient stone and raw concrete.
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Artist Byoung Ho Kim (Kim Byoungho) integrates piezo disks and arduino boards with minimal forms in aluminium and brass, to create sleek sound sculptures that tread the line between product and art object.
CD packaging designed by Dídac Ballester.
Acrylic, enameled and chrome-plated steel.
The Photochrome lamps of Jean Couvreur, comprising coloured glass forms hung from suspended fluorescent tubes.
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Inspired by vintage travel clocks, the portable Model XS from Geneva Sound Systems, comes in a leather clamshell case that opens to reveal a mini Hi-Fi speaker along with FM radio, alarm, amplifier, rechargeable battery and bluetooth for wireless audio streaming.