Nike Flyknit

Posted on February 21, 2012 Under Fashion

Not content with their already lightweight racing shoes, Nike just unveiled Flyknit technology, just months before the London Olympic Games. The designers at the Beaverton, OR athletic company figured out a way to weave a complete upper while mating it…

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Rafa Jenn iPhone Case

Posted on February 21, 2012 Under Design

Three of Rafa Jenn's most memorable designs are now available as skins or hard-covers for portable devices, such as smart-phones and laptops. I dig the iPhone case. Check them out or purchase over at GelaSkins.

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Nooka App

Posted on February 14, 2012 Under Design

Our friends at Nooka have launched this neat little time keeping iPhone application, providing you with a new way to look at time. Time is the most ubiquitous thing we experience. NOOKA presents a graphical representation of time that transcends…

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Quackie Kids Storage

Posted on January 30, 2012 Under Design

Fun kids storage unit named Quackie by E-Glue, a design studio for kids in France.

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Teenage Engineering Updates

Posted on January 22, 2012 Under Music

Stockholm-based Teenage Engineering are at it again with a new OS Update and a new product.  Can't wait to try it all out on my OP-1. The OS update delivers new drum and sequencer modes and badly-needed MIDI sync, plus…

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SIHH 2012: IWC Top Gun Launch

Posted on January 18, 2012 Under Design

I had a great time at SIHH with my friends from IWC yesterday. Totally loving the new Pilots Watches. If I had to pick a favorite– it would be the Ceramic Big Pilot's Watch with Perpetual Calendar shown above. Stunning…

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Obliteration Room

Posted on January 4, 2012 Under Art

Pictures from 82-year-old Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama new exhibit at the Queensland Art Gallery in Brisbane, Australia called 'Obliteration Room.' Start with a stark-white room then let kids armed with thousands of colored stickers go crazy on it. The result…

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Dominic Wilcox Watch Sculptures

Posted on December 19, 2011 Under Art

Dominic Wilcox has created some new watch sculptures– tiny people standing on the hands of a watch, on subjects from protest and big brother to money and football. Via Mocoloco The new Watch Sculptures are part of a larger series…

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NoPattern 2012

Posted on December 13, 2011 Under Art

Old friend Chuck Anderson of NoPattern has released a few new goodies for the holiday season. Above is his latest NoPattern Calendar– a 7x7 calendar packaged inside a black vinyl record sleeve screenprinted with gold ink, signed and numbered in an…

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Skateboard Sculptures

Posted on December 5, 2011 Under Art

Japanese artist Haroshi creates unique three-dimensional sculptures out of recycled skateboard decks. Layers of stacked wooden decks are transformed into sharks, body parts, fire hydrants, toys, fictional characters, and shoes. Incredible. I need that apple. More pictures on Toxel. Thanks…

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