Ricochet Magazine Rack

Posted on September 26, 2006 Under Design

Last year I made a big mistake. I subscribed to no less than ten magazines thinking I'd have time to read (at least some of) them. Truth is, I've probably read 3 of some 130 issues I've received which is…

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The Pattern Man

Posted on August 8, 2006 Under Art

There isn't to much negative press floating around about "The Pattern Man" Dan Funderburgh these days and the recent publicity on Design Sponge and interview with pingmag.com have definitely rejuvenated our interest since our first report back in July '05.…

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blik loves Threadless

Posted on August 4, 2006 Under Design

Collaborations between companies have become extremely prevalent lately, but with some careful filtering you can spot the good and ignore the bad. One recent combination of forces, the wall decal meets t-shirt, is that between blik Surface Graphics and always…

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I.V. Plant Pot

Posted on June 30, 2006 Under Design

A little bit bizarre but still quite unique, the I.V. Plant Pot by Vitamin Living is a self-watering pot with a medical I.V. drip feed. This allows the plant to be nourished with food and water as it's needed. The…

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Time Flies Clocks

Posted on April 26, 2006 Under Gadgetry

Suck UK, the English design team of Sam and Jude, produce furniture, lighting, interior products and accessories with glamour and pure industrial form. Their Union Jack Coffee Table has been featured in numerous publications including Esquire and Icon Magazine, but…

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Dutch Textile Design

Posted on February 16, 2005 Under Design

Brilliant textile design work by Dutch Textile Design. Coating, relief printing, embossing, needle punching, laster cutting, ultrasonic welding (that sounds damn cool), pleating, and host of other fascinating procedures lead to some very impressive textile works like the ones shown.…

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Fish Pod

Posted on November 22, 2004 Under Design

The hanging fishpod, a new and interesting way to fill empy wall space. It holds about a gallon of water making a "cozy home" for one or two small fish. I feel a little cruel putting a fish on my…

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Dee Adams

Posted on November 1, 2004 Under Art

I like the work of Dee Adams, her abstract works are acrylics on canvas. All are limited editions.

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Rugged Art

Posted on October 27, 2004 Under Art

This collection of hand knotted carpets desiged by young graphic artists such as Romon Kimin Yang and Jose Parla are damn cool eh? Made entirely by hand, kntted in hand-spun Tibetan wool, swiss dye, "crafted to last a lifetime". I…

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Matrix Table

Posted on October 24, 2004 Under Design
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