Roxy Paine’s collection of highly-detailed wooden sculptures based on machinery – the literal and the intangible ones. They rebel against control and uniformity, concepts that have become associated with machines. More here.
While it looks like ordinary spraypaint, D.E.P. works just like dry-erase markers, letting you create temporary graffiti on whiteboards or windows. It erases easily with a paper towel. Too bad it’s only available in black at this point.
Perfect for graphic designers, these clever acrylic coasters feature cyan, magenta, yellow and black halftone separations of Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, only producing the full color image when stacked together.