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David Taylor

David Taylor

Stockholm designer David Taylor combines concrete, wood, silver, tin and DIY components in Walk the Walk, his latest collection of experimental candle holders, dishes, mirrors and lighting.

Via Dezeen.

Have a great day

Cloud wall sticker from Ferm Living.

Via April and May.

Field Process

Field Process

Field Process

Plenty of cool work on the site of graphic designer Abdul Basit Khan, Field Process.

Zerogon

Zerogon

Zerogon

Loving this identity system, devised for engineering software consultants Zerogon, by Melbourne based graphic designer Nicholas Hawker, aka packofwolv.es.

Via Reform.

Sergio Rossi

Polka Dot Dalida Ruffle Bootie, by Sergio Rossi.

Polizei

Photo by Arnold Odermatt, 1965.

Via melisaki.

Norman Parkinson

Classic Norman Parkinson.

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Warren Du Preez & Nick Thorton Jones

The Vinyl Factory announces the opening of a new gallery space in the heart of Chelsea, located on Walton Street. The gallery will launch in collaboration with “Daydreaming with…” to present the first solo show by acclaimed photographers and “painters with light” Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones.

Running from September 15 to October 9, 2011, the show will feature a series of new works, including two stunning goldfoiled large format prints and a limited edition vinyl and art release from long-term creative collaborator and UNKLE founder James Lavelle.

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Pohukutawa home

Pohukutawa home

Herbst Architects have built this beautiful home under Aucklands native Pohutukawa trees in New Zealand.

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See Yourself Sensing: Redefining Human Perception

With cybernetics, prosthetics, robotics, nanotechnology and neuroscience altering the way we perceive and experience space, the body has re-emerged as an important architectural site, revealing it’s astonishing potential as a creative medium. See Yourself Sensing: Redefining Human Perception captures the fascinating relationship between design, the body, the senses, and technology.

Written by New York City filmmaker and architect, Madeline Schwartzman, the book examines work from the last 50 years by artists, architects and designers who have been experimenting with the boundaries of our senses, changing the way we experience the world.

It presents the work of key innovators in this field from Haus-Rucker-Co.’s mind-bending headgear to Rebecca Horn’s mythical wearable structures, Stelarc’s robotic body extensions and Carsten Höller’s neurally interactive installations, as well as the work of artists who have emerged in the last five years, like Internet sensation Daito Manabe, Hyungkoo Lee and Michael Burton.

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