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Dharma Lounge: Seat Made of Words

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The Dharma Lounge is made from five words: stand, breathe, forget, acknowledge, and observe. These words represent an underlying order for believers. Since the word Dharma translates into support, it only makes sense that a chair was designed using these elements.





1 comment filed    7:58 am    January 9th, 2008     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink  
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Hand Painted Shark Guitar

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Jay Turser™ shark guitar is the perfect size for young players and includes strap and gig bag. Amp is battery-powered so the guitar can be played anywhere. Uses one 9V battery (included). 37-3/4″L.





2 comments filed    10:05 am    December 4th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink  
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Doppelherz Lecithin

Doppelherz Lecithin » image 1

Awesome ad for Lecithin, made in Germany by Scholz & Friends. Finalist in print category at London International Awards.

Advertising Agency: Scholz & Friends, Hamburg, Germany
Creative Directors: Suze Barrett, Matthias Schmidt, Stefan Setzkorn
Copywriters: Dennis Lueck, Roman Jonsson
Art Director: Marcin Baba
Photographer: Susanne Ludwig





0 comment filed    7:21 am    November 12th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink  
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Meat Object Design By Simon Racheli

Meat Object Design By Simon Racheli » image 6

We are all made of meat! And so are some of our iconic objects, according to Italian artist Simone Racheli. Here’s the chair, but don’t miss the other objects.

Meat Object Design By Simon Racheli » image 3

See more objects after jump…





0 comment filed    7:45 am    November 11th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink  
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World’s first Ferrari Theme Park

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The Italian automotive manufacturer Ferrari and real estate developer Aldar Properties are taking on Disneyland with the Ferrari’s very own theme park. A Foundation Stone Ceremony was held lately in Abu Dhabi to officially announce the start of construction of one of the most multi-dimensional and hotly-awaited themed entertainment attractions in the world, the Ferrari Theme Park.





0 comment filed    7:41 am    November 7th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink  
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Sarah Hood’s Arbor Jewelry

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Sarah Hood’s new line of jewelry called “Arbor” is haunting and beautiful.Arbor highlights the stark silhouette of nearly bare sterling silver and 24k gold trees. Each piece is ultimately wearable, but still covetable and collectible, the perfect combination. These pieces speak to my love of the natural but somehow grow beyond that, entering a new realm of almost fairytale-like beauty.

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0 comment filed    7:16 am    October 21st, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink  
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Hot-rod bathroom

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Artist Tetsuya Nakamura’s Premium Unit Series of curvaceous, luxury bathroom fixtures — a tub, a pair of sinks, a step designed for insertion into a stairwell, and a decorative column — are sculpted from fiber-reinforced plastic and painted with colorful, fluid patterns meant to evoke a sense of speed.





0 comment filed    7:13 am    September 20th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink  
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Materialise - ‘Damned’ Lamp by Luc Merx

Materialise - Damned Lamp by Luc Merx  » image 6

this lampshade appears as a hovering mass of ornaments, opulent and bombastic. when viewed more closely it dissolves into single bodies, which are twisted in fear and seem to be frozen in mid-fall. their rhythmic order becomes slightly perplexing and finally renders the bodies an ornament. softly, the fleshy parts of the bodies, legs and stomachs reflect the light. because of the shadows the bodies cast on themselves, only parts of them appear in the foreground.





0 comment filed    6:58 am    September 18th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink  
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Inspiring Installations

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Inspiring installations from Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama using infinity mirror walls.

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0 comment filed    7:39 am    August 23rd, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink  
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Mixko ‘Delight’ Butterfly Felt Lamps

Mixko ‘Delight’ Butterfly Felt Lamps » image 1

One of the most eye-catching designs we spotted at ICFF this year was Mixko’s 100% wool felt butterfly lamps called “Delight”. Inspired by nature, these truly delightful lamps are soft, playful, beautiful, and sustainable to boot due to their smart and efficient use of felt. When lit, the cut-out butterfly silhouettes cast playful shadows on the walls and ceiling.





0 comment filed    7:41 am    August 20th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink  
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