Archive for June, 2007

maison après minuit

Italian design at its finest: maison après minuit

Furnish – Furniture and Interior Design for the 21st Century

furnish.jpgThis book is not for the conservative interior designer. This collection is plush, progressive, future, fun, make-shift, and a mesh of ideas to push your concept of furniture.

“Furnish presents furniture and rooms that are redefining our current understanding of furnishings and interior design. The book documents and puts into context recent work by designers, artists and architects who are creating and using furniture in pioneering ways. The experimental objects and spaces documented in Furnish are not only a sure indicator of the trends that will be influencing interiors for the next few years, but they also serve as innovative examples of interdisciplinary design work that are inspiring for anyone working creatively.”

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Royal Elastics

Feilfri is a motion piece for newly released Royal Elastics TV

APFEL – a practice for everyday life

A Practice For Everyday Life (APFEL) is a graphic design studio

Stuff from Jeremyville

Stuff from Jeremyville – Jeremyville Sessions book, Beck and Genevieve Gauckler with sketchel, & art blog

Neu. 2007-2001

Neu. 2007-2001

New Animal Logic site

Arguably Australia’s best, Animal Logic produces award winning design, animation and visual effects for the film, television and advertising industries.


UNIQLOCK (in the right column) is a music dance clock produced from a collaboration between popular creators.

Best Web Apps

Webware 100 Winners 2007. The best web apps.

Take-g toys


Amazing robot toys from take-g. Cute, futuristic and crafted from wood.

light pattern photography

Refraction patterns made by light passing through various glass and transparent objects.

CNN Web Redesign Alternative

To the uninitiated, the current CNN home page is cluttered and overpopulated to say the least. So when I saw that CNN was launching a beta site with a redesign I was very interested to see the new direction. I have been aware of the issues on the CNN home page for some time now, and thought a new design was in order, and well overdue.

The blog reviews I have read about the new beta design have been mixed, but for mine I would say that, although not fantastic, it is a step in the right direction.


I can say this because I’ve already considered the design direction in which CNN should be headed. Here’s one I prepared earlier. Literally. Over 4 months ago I took some time to redesign the CNN homepage addressing some design and layout issues.

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LLC graduate show Type-Oh!

Thirty-seven of the LCC’s finest graduating designers announce their show, entitled ‘Type-Oh!

Blaise Aguera y Arcas: Jaw-dropping Photosynth demo

Using photos of oft-snapped subjects (like Notre Dame) scraped from around the Web, Photosynth (based on Seadragon technology) creates breathtaking multidimensional spaces with zoom and navigation features that outstrip all expectation.

London 2012 Olympics logo

“it looks like cartoon character, Lisa Simpson, giving London a blow job” – Since the launch of the new London 2012 Olympics logo many opinions have been jerked around, but that one caught my eye (all gratuitous puns intended)

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