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21.10.2011 Posted by Donna
HEINEKEN DESIGNING THE CLUBS OF THE FUTURE
This week, Heineken announced the selection of the 19 designers they believe have the vision and talent to co-create a pioneering nightclub concept, as part of Heineken Open Design Explorations Edition 1: The Club
26.08.2011 Posted by Lauren
IKEA’s ‘Happy To Bed’
IKEA’s new ‘Happy To Bed‘, interactive showroom, uses your Facebook profile to design the “perfect” bedroom for you. Kind of, anyway. Definitely worth checking out…
23.08.2011 Posted by Lauren
More From ‘PressPausePlay’
Do you remember a few months back, we posted the PressPausePlay trailers? We’re dying to get our hands on the film. In the meantime, here’s a few more exerts. Enjoy!
14.07.2011 Posted by admin
Need a Beard Quick?
If you are:
- Wishing you looked like a rudderless hippy
- Needing to camouflage yourself with the living room rug
- About to wrestle with the backyard dog
- Planning to fall into a gorilla enclosure
…then boy, do we have the solution for you.
11.07.2011 Posted by admin
Clothing Claims to Purify Air
Catalytic Clothing by Helen Storey and Tony Ryan, uses photocatalysts (which are bound to the surface of fabrics) to draw energy from light, breaking down pollutants in the air into non-harmful chemicals.
15.06.2011 Posted by admin
The Discreet Way to Nap at your Desk
Kawamura Ganjavian’s Ostrich Pillow fuses your need to catch a few Z’s with the office’s need to not see you drool.
10.06.2011 Posted by admin
Are you tired of spending time meticulously painting on ‘your face’ of a morning, but too scared to leave the house without it? Design student Lulin Ding’s project, Digitize Eyeshadow, uses light to paint your eyelids whenever you close your eye. Is this cool? Looks scary.
09.06.2011 Posted by admin
Inconvenience vs. I Still Want it Anyway
Why write yourself reminders on square sticky notes with adequate writing space, when you could squish part of your memo into these retro, Tetris-shaped ones?
You’re right. They are way cooler.
03.06.2011 Posted by admin
Parts of Sydney have again been transformed by light (like Tron’s ENCOM mainframe), with Vivid Sydney, launching its third year.
The festival includes over 40 light installations, 30 music performances and a range of artistic collaborations… plus a range of public talks and debates with some top notch creative thinkers (though many are at capacity).
Lights are on at 6pm every night until 13 June if you want an injection of inspiration. Highly recommended.
02.06.2011 Posted by admin
The Museum Of Me
Intel’s Museum Of Me invites Facebook users to take a journey of their social life through a beautifully orchestrated data visualization tour. What it might lack in accuracy, it certainly makes up for in execution.
Unfortunately it doesn’t allow users to share the final virtual tour, instead it leaves you with a few key screen grabs. Nevertheless, it’s worth taking the time to explore.
Here’s what you can expect…