A Madrid garage, untouched since the 1940’s, has been transformed by Churtichaga + Quadra + Salcedo Arquitectos into a hub for social entrepreneurs.
Black textured leather wallet by Mitsuaki Higuma, soon to be released as part of The BeauSnob range, in collaboration with JAM HOME MADE.
Strike Gently, 2008-9 by Zoë Sheehan Saldaña.
Letterpress on cotton paper, sterling silver wire, laminated paper match stems, wax, glue, gelatin, ground glass, flammable chemicals.
2×1½×⅜”, edition of 50.
Produced in collaboration with Dr. Glen Kowach, Chemistry Department, City College/City University of New York (New York, NY).
Killer Chrome Spray Paint from Alsa Corp.
Love this photograph of a girl on a scooter, taken in New York in 1965 by Joel Meyerowitz.
It’s just one from a huge selection of images in a new book, New York in Color, by Bob Shamis, which showcases the best color photography of New York over the last century.
Presenting work—much of it unknown—by major photographers, including André Kertész, William Klein, Helen Levitt, Saul Leiter and Joel Meyerowitz, the book is destined to be a classic photographic survey of one of the world’s most visually vibrant cities.
The iTree, from KMKG Studio, is an iPhone and iPod docking station made out of a tree trunk.
Each trunk is apparently hollowed out using a special technique and specialized tools until it is perfectly proportioned to produce optimum sound quality.
Keep it minimal with a pack of custom twitter handle calling cards, engraved in black ink on classic white stock, from TerrapinStationers.