Art & Design
Manoteca makes clever use of a used wooden door, converting it into a multipurpose table by retaining its original form. The recycled rawhide pockets and wooden drawer add to its versatility.
Food Finish are ethanol-based edible spray paints. They are odorless and tasteless, so feel free to tag your food, cutlery and kitchen ware with it. Available in gold, silver, red and blue.
These images capturing 21st century Egypt in the style of a 17th century Spanish painter from photographer Miguel Angel Sanchez have got us second-guessing our priceless works of art.
Keep a gun by your side at all times with Philippe Starck’s deadly-looking bedside lamps, fit for Scarface’s pad. Available in chrome or 18k gold-plate finishes. Bullets not included.
Iain Andrews’ game screenshots aren’t filled with action, gore or humor. Instead, he focuses on the environment and scenery that many of us barely notice as we pass through them while playing.
We love the eclectic collection of fonts and simple yet playful style that Pearlfisher has used to completely revamp the packaging for Jamie Oliver’s in store food and houseware lines.
We dig the squiggly lines in these light paintings, made with photographic techniques by Brian Matthew Hart; this series was conceived, arranged and drawn in collaboration with Dena Pickering.
ZAL Creations makes beautiful lighting fixtures using ordinary objects as parts, such as coffee cans, pots and bricks. But we like the ones made with beer bottles and plumbing fixtures the best.
Cast out by his village, the lonesome Fisher finds himself thrown into an unexpected, life-changing journey after a storm carries him to sea. Think Castaway, but animated, and no bony Tom Hanks.
We’re intimately familiar with the glitter and excess of 21st century Las Vegas, but let’s harken back to a simpler time with this time capsule of footage from Sin City dating back almost 50 years.
Awesome Stuff from Technabob, MightyMega and 95Octane