Chao & Eero Jewel is a Finnish company that produces some pretty hip adornments, like these rings from their Signs silver collection. Dig more of these treasures of modern culture:
Monday, April 18, 2011
Friday, April 15, 2011
Synchronicity is an ideal term to describe the chance of stumbling upon these parallel artistic finds this morning. Above we have one of a series titled “Fast Food” by Dale Edwin Murray. Below, represents artist David Schwen’s “Type Sandwiches” collection, whose motto is simply: Make Something Cool Everyday. From what we can see, they’ve both got a handle on that concept.
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Reminiscent of a fairly recent post, we look at skateboards once more; this time from a slightly different perspective. Fueled by his passion for skateboarding, artist Haroshi uses them as a medium for his 3 dimensional creations. We’ve featured one of our faves, a little something called “Screaming My Hand.”
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
JR, an ambitious photographer and recent recipient of the 2011 TED Award, has recently released a video short based on his exhibition work completed while in Shanghai called ‘Wrinkles of the City’ that is worth a look.
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
Naruse-Inokuma Architects have come up with something that’s not only eco-friendly, but innovative and functional as well. These house-shaped sticky tabs – or IE-TAGs (“ie” is Japanese for “house”) – originate from wood debris from actual houses.
via Design Milk
Thursday, May 13, 2010
Friday, May 7, 2010
From The Province: “Activists have entangled two sculpted porpoises in a giant plastic six-pack ring to protest the use of throwaway plastic and its impact on West Coast marine and wildlife.
The downtown Vancouver demonstration has been organized by the Plastic Pollution Coalition (PPC) and Vancouver advertising agency Rethink. The PPC is trying to draw attention to the fact that plastic pollution covers millions of square kilometres of ocean in the North Pacific and in the North Atlantic. Scientists expect to find similar accumulation areas in the remaining oceanic gyres. There is no known way to clean up the plastic pollution in the oceans as the plastic particles are very small and circulate throughout the entire water column. (more…)
Friday, April 23, 2010
Fresh off the opening of his new documentary ‘Exit Through the Gift Shop’ UK graffiti artist Banksy made his way to San Francisco’s Mission District and Chinatown. Erin Archuleta spotted the new work on Valencia between 19th & 20th (above). And caughtyouhoney documented this piece in San Francisco’s Chinatown district (below).