Susan Kare Big Wall Graphics

Posted on August 5, 2009 Under Art

If you're the kind of person that enjoys large graphics wrapped around your car, or perhaps a large sticker over your garage door so it looks like a jet fighter is parked there, a custom wall print might just make…

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The Art of Tim Burton

Posted on July 27, 2009 Under Art

Just as the imagery in his films haunts your dreams, the art of Tim Burton manages to get under skin while remaining perfectly still. While many of the pieces carry the Dr. Seuss meets Brothers Quay depictions we would expect…

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Posted on July 10, 2009 Under Music

FingerBeat is a virtual instrument inspired by retro synthesizers & samplers, designed for creativity & self-expression. A homage to dance music and pop culture, FingerBeat is a classic for absolutely everyone. Only on iPhone & second generation iPod touch. You…

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Recess on Governor's Island

Posted on June 16, 2009 Under Travel

There are plenty in the creative arena who scoff at the idea of sport, likening athletic competition as entertainment for uncivilized mongrels. However, when the chasm between brute force and artistic inspiration is bridged, some wonderful things can occur. The…

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Giant Microbes

Posted on May 7, 2009 Under Design

   If Ugly Dolls are any standard for cuteness, then a stuffed E. coli bacterium is downright adorable. Giant Microbes, a Delaware company with a mind for the medical, creates plush stuffed toys resembling microscopic critters, viruses, and cells with…

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Character: Recycled Letters

Posted on May 6, 2009 Under Art

As you know, we're all about recycling. But, Character, a Finnish design company is all about recycling in an altogether different sort of way. When a store decides to toss their neon signage, Character comes along, snags them, takes them…

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Infograph 'Effing Hail' Game

Posted on May 1, 2009 Under Life

We've been digging on info-graphs for a while, it's our preferred method of learning. Intuitiongames is hosting an info-graph game titled "effing hail" explaining the weather through destruction. For those of you that don't know how hail is formed, basically…

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Film The Blanks

Posted on April 29, 2009 Under Art

Throughout the history of film there have been some pretty niftily designed posters, many of which have become iconic images. Sure you could spot the artwork for A Clockwork Orange even without the title (right?), but what if most of…

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Twitter Magnets

Posted on April 28, 2009 Under Life

It's not often you find yourself at a loss for 140 characters on Twitter, but when's the last time you said something truly unique that didn't have to do with how spicy your lunch burrito was? Twitter Magnets, the internet…

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Posted on April 23, 2009 Under Life

Remember PostSecret? That project that had people mailing their dirty little secrets all over the place to complete strangers? That was fun and all, but if you're more photographically-inclined, you'll probably get a bigger kick out of a similar new…

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