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The Invisible Bicycle Helmet by Hövding Leveled 5

The Invisible Bicycle Helmet by Hövding

Revolutionary is a word that doesn’t come around very often, but we are absolutely sure you will agree that an invisible bicycle helmet is revolutionary and ingenious. Hövding started out in 2005 as a master’s thesis by the two founders Anna Haupt and Terese Alstin, who, at the time, were …

Geo Vase by Kelly Lamb Leveled 1

Geo Vase by Kelly Lamb

The Geo Vase is designed by Kelly Lamb and is made with ceramic with a white crackle glaze. The polygon design of the vase is perfect for a variety of rooms, or can be used as a decoration piece for other items in your home.


The Work of Philippos Vassiliades

We love discovering new designers and professionals working within the world of aesthetics. Pin is a collection of work of Philippos Vassiliades who studied in his home of Cyprus before undertaking an MA at London’s Camberwell College of the Arts, and then returned to his city to apply what he …


DJ Rashad – Double Cup

Referred to as the “bastard child” of house music, Footwork continues to thrive, almost in seemingly closed circuit communities. The framework in the blistering, often chaotic rhythms of Footwork are rooted in principles of jazz, yet evoke some of the heaviest, thundering assaults of bass and drum. And when it …

Ptuj Performance Center Leveled 1

Ptuj Performance Center by ENOTA

ENOTA architects complete a project centered around a Dominican monastery in Ptuj, which boasts more than 800 years of history. Originally a monastery which was dissolved in the late 18th century, the building saw a number of uses including hospital, museum and even war barracks. The spaces are tied together …

Elliott Erwitt Snaps Leveled 12

Elliott Erwitt Snaps

Elliott Erwitt, a Russian photography and film student arrived in Los Angeles in 1939 where he spent most of his studies devoted to photography and filmmaking. With a background in adverstising and reputable documentary credit, Elliott captures evoking images with subtlety through his black and white images of strange and …

The New : Old Light by Kimu Design Leveled 1

The New / Old Light by Kimu Design

Taiwanese Kimu Design studio has designed this small table lamp. A somber and elegant piece called “The New / Old Lamp.”  

Matthew Marks Gallery Presents Tony Smith Maze Leveled 1

Matthew Marks Gallery Presents Tony Smith Maze

Matthew Marks is pleased to announce Tony Smith Maze, the next exhibition at his gallery at 1062 North Orange Grove, Los Angeles. This is the first time the sculpture will be exhibited in over 25 years. Maze, 1967, is ten feet wide, fifteen feet long, stands nearly seven feet tall, …

Siamese Fighting Fish by Visarute Angkatavanich Leveled 1

Siamese Fighting Fish by Visarute Angkatavanich

Take a moment to look at some vibrant, colorful creatures shot by Thai photograher Visarute Angkatavanich. They are as beautiful to look at as they are colorful. Shot in a well lit pool of clear water, the colors of these fish give off incredible hues and saturation.    

S.N.S. Herning Stark Cardigan in Oxblood Leveled 1

S.N.S. Herning Stark Cardigan in Oxblood

S.N.S. Herning Stark Cardigan in Oxblood. This Danish made knit cardigan sweater contains a corrosion resistant metal button closure, ribbed cuffs and a high collar. A slim fit made with 100% virgin wool.


DOC NYC 2013: “Finding Vivian Maier”

By sheer stroke of serendipity, John Maloof plucked photographer Vivian Maier from the precipice of total and complete obscurity.  The beauty of her work, the comedy and the tragedy of her photos would have otherwise been forgotten – forever blotted from the visual history of the mid-20th Century had fate …

Veiled Secrecy

Hidden From Public View: The New SOPA

Unfortunately, the internet is once again under threat of being closely examined by corporations, in order to monitor the browsing habits of people. We can only assume the sort of veiled secrecy conducted in the “closed” meetings described in the announcement below aren’t a good thing. From The Trans-Pacific …