Ferrari Millenio Electric Concept Car

Designed by Marko Petrovic, the Ferrari Millenio is a stunning futuristic electric concept car. Its body is made of buckypaper, a thin sheet made from an aggregate of carbon nanotubes (50,000x thinner than human hair), that is (…)

A Study of Time by Random International

“A study of time” was created by rAndom International and was displayed at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in Paris. “The installation takes light, it’s presence and it’s absence, as a medium for the representation of (…)

360 Barefoot Shoes by ZEMGear

“The 360 is the feather light star of ZEMs barefoot collection. The design weighs in at 2.5 oz and is equipped with a pliable but abrasion robust phylon outsole ideal for runners. Integrated gecko (…)

Ten Ten by Miharu Matsunaga

Miharu Matsunaga is a young Japanese artist/designer/photographer who is currently working in an advertising agency in Tokyo. Here are two series of her project entitled “Ten Ten” (“dots” in Japanese) which consists in using thousands (…)

Sway Rocking Chair by Markus Krauss

Sway is a rocking chair which was designed by Hamburg-based designer Markus Krauss. It consists of a padded shell mounted on a steel rack, whose shape allows for multi-position uses or even to be (…)

686 x Scion Numeric Snowboarding Concept Car

Numeric is the world’s first car entirely dedicated to snowboarding. Made to celebrate snowboard brand 686‘s twentieth birthday, it is the result of a collaboration with Scion, and Spin Imaging, and was inspired (…)

Panasonic Lumix GX1

Panasonic recently announced the release of the DMC GX1, the successor of the GF1, a compact camera with interchangeable lenses (14 available), a metal body and no compromise in every detail. It features a 16.0-megapixel MOS (…)

Foster The People – Call It What You Want

The official video for the song “Call it what you want” by Foster The People from their hit album “Torches”. Directed by Ace Norton, it depicts the rise to fame of the band, as (…)

Paintings by Lou Ros

Lou Ros is a French self-taught artist who started tagging walls with his friends at the age of 17. As he got tired to do the same things over and over again, he then moved (…)

Villa Am See by Ungertreina

The Villa Am See was designed by Ungertreina and is located above Lake Lucerne in the Swiss Alps. It consists of three stacked concrete volumes with walls made of thick glass, each focusing on a different (…)