Mercedes F-Cell Roadster

Posted on March 31, 2009 Under Eco

Who ever thought something rolling on 30-inch bicycle wheels could look so good? Mercedes Benz has unveiled its F-Cell Roadster (the F stands for fuel, and yes, it's a hybrid), an unconventionally attractive ride incorporating every era of the seasoned…

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Alice Wang x Chairs with Personality

Posted on March 23, 2009 Under Design

All chairs are not created equal. Especially not if you're short. So we give props to Alice Wang. The brilliant mind that thought of a friend-calling alarm clock brings us her ingenious line of conceptual chairs for the dysfunctional. Beyond…

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Jim Ruck x Pin Scale

Posted on March 16, 2009 Under Life

We like our usual scale just fine. It tells us our body fat percentage, so we know when it goes near 25, it's time to cool it with the brie. For those of you who dread what the LED reads,…

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Nat 2 Shoes: Sneak-andals

Posted on August 14, 2008 Under Fashion

The Nat 2 Shoe that's buzzing around the blogosphere has me in stitches today. It's reminiscent of those old school REI pants that zip off into shorts. The ones I had to have to go camping as a kid. More…

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Hello & Goodbye Coat Hanger

Posted on August 5, 2008 Under Design

This fall, you'll be able to purchase the Hello & Goodbye backrest coat hanger, one of the first production pieces from concept artist John Nouanesing. What are some of his other concepts you may ask? How about a dog urinal…

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Listening Post vs. the Batcave

Posted on August 1, 2008 Under Art

Judging by its $300 million plus take at the box office, you've probably already seen The Dark Knight. Remember that part where Batman tries to track down the Joker with that crazy cell phone contraption? Well, if you thought Wayne…

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The World Clock Project

Posted on July 22, 2008 Under Life

It isn't exactly clock day at (see the review of San Francisco's Clock Bar from earlier), but we need to update you about The World Clock Project. Launched earlier this year by the guys at Iridesco, this fun project…

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Posted on July 22, 2008 Under Fashion

Up until recently, the term "interactive fashion" really only meant one thing: Zippers that were easy to get your boyfriend (or girlfriend) out of at the end of the night. Di Mainstone wants those words to take on a new…

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Jonathon Keats' Bee Ballet

Posted on July 9, 2008 Under Art

Lately, all we've been hearing is sad news about the plight of the honeybees and their declining numbers. Thank goodness for conceptual artist Jonathon Keats' newest endeavor. Next week (July 19th to be exact) Keats will choreograph the first ever…

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Behance Inspiration: 189 Pine View

Posted on July 7, 2008 Under Art

In 2+ years, the folks at 189 Pine View (also known as the artist team Plasmosis) transformed their house into a massive piece of conceptual art. Each room sends a message and could stand alone as something that makes you…

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