I’ve checked out Ryohei Hase online quite a few times but it wasn’t till I saw this image of writhing human rabbits that I really realised how much I liked his work. [via]
Eltono’s latest project, Pubblico, plays with the temporary nature of art on the street. Layers of his trademark tuning forks have been pasted on top of one another in public. Nature and people have stripped through the layers to ultimately create random colourful versions of the image ready for exhibiting.
[Update – 15/02/09] A quick update of Eltono’s Pubblico project with some more juicy photos.
Loving the colours and textures in Damian Aquiles’s Cuban paint can art. [via]
I’ve only recently discovered the work of Ben Tour and I’ve really been enjoying his style. [via]
Mike & Doug Starn have a project called Big Bambu [sic] where a whole load of bamboo poles are chaotically laced together to formmassive installations. Must be awesome to see in real life. [via]
I bet you didn’t realise that the humble ice tray been redesigning. Take a look at the Quicksnap and you’ll wonder how you did without it for so long… maybe! [via]
It’s weird but I’ve never felt the need to visit Latvia. That was till I saw that there’s a hosital themed resturant called Hospitalis and now that’s all I can think about. One day I’ll travel the world and visit all of the best places to eat. [via]
This could be the nicest pair of speakers I’ve seen in a while! This manequin stereo speaker setup is designed to force “the music source into the center of attention and creates a radically new user interface”. No kidding! You would be at risk of arrest for turning up the volume (check where the dial is). Now where’s the best place to put your head for optimum stereo definition?! [via]
StudioAmour have finaly uploaded images of the new prints that are available from Ponk, Aimee, Pref, Nylon, Dora, Paris and Dibo and they are looking good. Oh, and they are only £25 each!