Are you perpetually late to appointments? You could just set your clock forward by a few minutes, or you could buy Diamantini & Domeniconi’s wall clock, giving you a 3 minute jump at all times.
Art & Design
Jeremy Hutchison wrote to manufacturers that mass produce items and ordered one of their products, with a special request: let one of their workers deliberately screw it up. More at the link.
Snack items “besieged by the end times.” A very, very, very twisted homage to movie intermission reels. Created by design and filmmaking collective MK12, with illustrations by TJ Fuller. “Shot in 4D.”
20% Lomography Keychains are miniature replicas of four of the most popular Lomo cameras – Lubitel+, Diana F+, Fisheye 2, and the LOMO LC-A+. Each keychain comes in a gift-ready tin.
Pixbags are padded SLR camera bags made by Chocmuf. What they lack in protection, they make up for in style. There are dozens of designs and supported camera models.
If you’re a closet graffiti artist, avid doodler or if you just hate blank paper, the Walls Notebook is for you. Has 80 pictures of New York City walls waiting to be your page, board or canvas.
These highly detailed, sleek and sexy hand made slip-cast ceramic lamps are created by Ryan Weigner. Features 9mm and AK-47 lamp stems and bodies. Fixture, shade, cord and plug are included.
In the future, London’s Brixton district will be home to countless robotic workers, living amongst humans, forced to do the jobs they no longer want. Solid social commentary, brilliant CG animation.
Suppose Design Office imbued the Cafe/day coffee shop in Shizuoka, Japan with a spacious feel mainly by extending road lines and symbols to the shop’s floor, which is also made of asphalt.
Korean artist Kim Hyun creates intricate humanoid forms using various dice. Each die is drilled, carefully placed on wires sculpted around plaster casts, which are later removed.