1. Hand Hooks /// Harry Alle

    Hand Hooks is a clever docking station. Designed by Harry Alle and cast from designer’s own hand and the result is a fantastically surreal and functional. It finds further function as an object of art and an unusual conversation piece, can be suspended on the wall or just put on a desktop .

    more@ http://www.harryallendesign.com/

  2. Drawings /// People True Power

    Here a selection of some clever drawings about what is going on in the world nowadays. A kind of support for those people struggling with their governments to change their way of life and change the situation.


  3. Artworks /// Réda Bargach

    So this summer I spent my time working in an angency of architecture in Marrakech and one of my coworker showed me some of his extra works. Being used to draw a lot he developped his style in various ways, comics, buildings, people or interiors. A true talent in drawing so keep it up Réda !

  4. Human Revolution /// Sarif Industries

    When the game editor Square-Enix create a viral advertissement for their game Deus-Ex Human Revolution (exellent game BTW) they put the level very high. This video is such realistic that the first time I saw it I tought it was for real… A nice preview of what we will be able to do in the futur probably; enjoy.


    more @  http://www.sarifindustries.com/

  5. Street Art /// Oakoak Oak

    OakOak is a french artist who likes to play with urban elements. He uses cracks, manholes or plants to leave his artistic feeling.

    more @ http://oakoak.canalblog.com/

  6. Tape Art /// Erika Iris Simmons

    Erika Iris Simmons uses film from recycled cassette tapes and old film reels to create fantastic portraits of iconic artists and musicians. A new way to create portraits.



    more @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/iri5/sets/72157611954107572/with/3428980223/

  7. Disco Chair /// Kiwi&Pom

    The Disco Chair is a bespoke illuminated furniture concept made by Kiwi&Pom. Constructed from 200 linear metres of Electroluminescent wire, the chair transforms into a neon rainbow when powered. A pulse setting enables the chair to flash on and off creating an instant disco installation!

    more @ http://www.kiwiandpom.com/

  8. Ninja Shuriken Magnets /// Liu Chen Hsu

    Shuriken was used by Ninjas as supplemental weapon or when they leave a secret message. So, when you want to leave a note to someone on the fridge with this Shuriken magnet, your message will become a secret message but don’t try to throw them at someone (even if you wear a cool ninja suit)!


    more @ http://www.semsons.com/nishma.html

  9. Soft weapons /// Kyle Bean

    Created for Cut magazine, the art series titled Soft Weapons by Kyle Bean is insanely clever and creative. From feather blade knives to bread knuckle dusters, Bean transforms these common arms into something funnier. Nevertheless, these peaceful creations are not a comment on war, but a reflection on the growing popularity of guerrilla art movements such as yarn bombing.

    more @ http://www.kylebean.co.uk/

  10. The Tree Line /// Zander Olsen

    Playing in the forest, the Welshman artist Zander Olsen took pictures of landscapes putting toward the back lines in white. The result is pretty fascinating, the trees look to float in the air. A very nice example of land-art.

    more @ http://www.zanderolsen.com/

  11. Flowing City Coaster /// Megawing

    A drop of water can turn into a flood on this micro-city coaster. Here, the city of Taipei, Taiwan is resized into a cup pad.

    Condensation from the cup can slowly flood the city especially during hot summer seasons. The water will first fill up the river and slowly work its way into the narrower streets and alleys. Enjoy the view from above as it also reminds us of the importance of water resource.

    more @ http://www.megawing.com.tw/

  12. We Cut Corners /// Pirate’s Life

    One of the best music clip I’ve ever seen performed by We Cut Corners, “Pirate Life “, fully animated with hand drawings image after image, thanks to markers on some paper! All this, created by the duet Kijek / Adamski. Enjoy!


    more  here

  13. Paper Light /// Wen Jie Zheng

    The Paper Light by Wen Jie Zheng won the 2010 Liteon Award. Taking advantage of kinetic energy driven by wind, it produces electromagnetic energy. It can be hang on a wall, window or lamp and provides romantic lighting.

    more @ http://www.yankodesign.com/2010/10/26/illuminating-paper/

    Original edit : May 25th, 2011 12:00 pm

  14. Branch BookShelf /// Olivier Dollé

    Olivier Dollé is a French designer who created tree-shaped shelves for book storing and decorating purposes. Dollé has won grand prize Création de la Ville de Paris in 2010 for his bookshelf. It can be used to decorate the wall in a modern style living room or kids room. It is both simple and functional and its wooden texture will match with wooden flooring, furniture and interior accessories. Books and other small things can be arranged across the tree-shelf. If you like reading this would be a great and stylish way to organize your collection of books.

    more @ http://www.olivier-dolle.com

  15. Jedi Mind Tricks -Tug of War

    no much to say… enjoy the beat all day long and puff along

    (Source : youtube.com)