The Taliesin Mod.FabTM is an example of simple, elegant, and sustainable living in the desert. The one-bedroom, 600-square-foot prototype residence relies on panelized construction to allow for speed and economy on site or in a factory.
‘glasshouse’ by czech designer kristýna pojerová is a mini greenhouse that double functions as pendant lamp. On show at prague designblok 2011, the light has been created to satisfy the desire to grow fresh herbs within an urban kitchen.
Azberbaijan-based artist Rashad Alakbarov creates wonderful shadow art using everyday objects and reflecting their shadows to create wonderful cityscapes and portraits. If you’re in London, you can catch Rashad’s work displayed at the Phillips de Pury Gallery for the “Fly to Baku” group show (ends Jan. 29).
In todays photography post I have a small collection of the amazing photographs made by Frank Uyttenhove, a Belgian photographer and film director.
The Japanese have a wonderful relationship with their manhole covers: they treat them as art. Here is a selection of the ornate, the artistic and the slightly bizarre.
The qualities of porcelain like high thermal storage, neutrality in taste and an antiseptic surface are making the material ideal for the use in food context. The machine is attached on the wall.
Francesco Bertelli builds gorgeously minimal bicycles in his NYC workshop Biciclette Assemblate. The Italian transplant’s one-of-a-kind creations combine new, dead stock and vintage components found at flea markets, collectors, trusted suppliers, and of course, eBay.
Inspired by an article he read about abandoned diamond mines in Namibia, photographer Álvaro Sánchez-Montañés wanted to learn more.
The author of these fantastically freaky headwear photos is Ruadh DeLone, photographer based in Rheden, Netherlands.