By carefully laser-cutting, then mashing up segments of vinyl records, designer Ishac Bershan manages to make (crudely) sampled music without need for a digitizer – just an unhappy needle.
Art & Design
Part of Thomas Pavitte’s Transformation Series, a complex two-part connect the dots that to gradually form both a portrait of the King of Pop as a child and as an adult. Printed on A2 or A3 art paper.
A limited-edition series featuring NES cartridges with retro pixel art of modern video games. Each cartridge contains a random NES game, not an 8-bit version of the game on the cover, though.
This cool stop-motion film by animator Sarah Wickens was made using rays of reflected sunlight as the primary medium. We’ve never seen light grow fingernails before, though.
Toyota hasn’t made a new Supra in almost a decade, but rumors pop up from time-to-time, and designer Andreas Fougner hopes this is what the next Supra will look like. We have to agree.
We love the bold typography and nonsensical sayings that Noa Bembibre’s calendar has to offer. Sold in an edition of 700, it’s printed in four colors on and finished with black ribbon binding,
A simple upgrade for car doors that automatically pops up to prevent chipping the paint of off the adjacent vehicle. Let’s hope it doesn’t lull people into swinging their car doors open willy-nilly.
Fabien Nauroy’s memo taker has a video camera built in, a 2.4″ color screen for playback, and a magnetic back so you can stick it to your fridge. A handy strap also hangs on doorknobs or handles.
A concept for a takeaway beer four-pack that retains the form of the traditional beer pint using recyclable paper cups. Designed by Ivan Maximov for the Russian beer pub chain MUG.
You’ll never need to smash these pigs open. These cast porcelain piggy banks have been elegantly designed to combine the ease of access of a coin jar and the form of the traditional piggy bank.
Max Frommeld and Arno Mathies developed two boats each made of a single piece of high density polyethylene plastic. Boat One actually folds to a third of its size, while Boat Two flattens to a sheet.