Spiral Wine Cellars

The Spiral Wine Cellar was developed by Georges Harnois in 1977, and was inspired by the Pont du Gard bridge’s staircase in France. It is the cheapest and easiest way to install a wine cellar in your (…)

Incase Flex Wristband

Here is another iPod nano watch (see Lunatik, Bell&Ross) by Incase this time, and called Flex Wristband. It is a great way to carry your nano and it features an easy snap in (…)

Focus on Jonathan May

Jonathan May is a young and emerging Australian photographer based in Sydney. He works with many major companies such as MTV, Sony, Mini and Vodafone, and has participated to many exhibitions and competitions around the (…)

Summit Papoose Lamina Backpack by Visvim

Last week, Japanese high-end fashion brand Visvim released the Summit Papoose Lamina backpack, an ultralight bag made of konbu baked nylon upside, and reinforced with a coated Italian canvas at its lower section. It contains (…)

Honda CB750 by Cafe Racer Dreams

A gorgeous bike built by Spanish motorcycle shop Cafe Racer Dreams, named the CRD#5. It is a 1980 Honda CB750 which was renovated and took a little over 3 months to build. The mechanic (…)

House K by Sekkei-Sha Architecture Studio

Designed by Yoshichika Takagi and Sekkei-Sha architecture studio, the House K is located in Hokkaido, Japan. Its very special interior combines simplicity through clear wood and white paint, with high ceilings, to give it a very natural (…)

Peugeot EX1 Electric Sports Car

The idea behind the Peugeot EX1 project was to create an exceptional vehicle to celebrate Peugeot’s 200 years of existence. It “quickly allied itself to another goal: mobilizing all the historic skills devoted to electric motors”. The (…)

Gerber Mini Covert Automatic

This is not the first time we talk about pocket knives (see Featherlight), because we believe that it is a must-have in a car, not for safety but because it can come in handy. (…)

Ink Riders by Alberto Seveso

Alberto Seveso is a talented and upcoming Italian artist specialized in illustration/graphic design, and based in Portoscuso, Italy. His latest work entitled “Ink Riders” consists in a series of photograph in which ink and water are (…)

Back to Basics by Zim and Zou

A nice and meticulous project by French duo Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann, founders of Nantes-based studio Zim and Zou. Entitled “Back to basics”, it consists in recreating vintage electronics such as a Gameboy, a (…)