Design team at Callender Howorth transformed an outdated Victorian house in London into a modern dream home.
Toronto-based 1POINT0 Design Studio has designed the interiors The Cold Pressery, establishment based in the city of Mississauga, Ontario.
The 3D Simo Mini was designed to be the ultimate tool, perfect for everyone. The Mini incorporates an LED display that shines through the minimalist case design and is also lighter and more compact that its predecessor without compromising speed or strength of the feed mechanism.
Giovanni Stanchi (Rome c. 1645-1672). Oil on canvas. 38 5/8 x 52½ in. (98 x 133.5 cm.) / Courtesy Christie’s
Bodhi Bennett went on his first outdoor adventure when he was just five days old.
Puerto Rican artist Alexis Diaz (previously) brings textures and patterns reminiscent of traditional engraving techniques to his murals of phantasmagorical creatures using only a paintbrush. Twisting tentacles, strange fusions of anatomy, beings wrapped in plants, all rendered atop colorful gradients create an unmistakable style Diaz has become famous for. You can see much more of his work here. (via Cross Connect)
Nick Pourfard is 22-year-old artist, musician, and skateboarder currently combing his multiple talents into one package: guitars built from reclaimed skateboard decks. The San Francisco-based industrial design student taught himself woodworking to tackle the project which he branded as Prisma Guitars. Each instrument is 100% handmade and composed of skateboards that have been used or broken.
First the sea gave birth to life. Now, thanks to a trio of Philippine-based inventors, it is giving birth to light as well. Led by engineer Lipa Aisa Mijena, the team has developed a lamp that’s capable emitting light for 8 hours on just 1 cup of saltwater. Not only are the Philippines prone to natural disasters like typhoons and earthquakes but the country is made up of over 7,000 islands, most of which do not have access to electricity, says the team. But one thing they do have is the sea, an abundant source of saltwater that can now be used to light homes and, in emergencies, power cell phones.
Embellished in a 24k gold shine, glam product designers, Goldgenie, recently released the most expensive bike you’ve ever seen. Priced at just over £200,000, this luxury product will certainly turn a few heads. Goldgenie’s specialists meticulously applied a luxurious layer of 24k gold to entire structure, from the tip of the drop handlebars to the wheel stays, and every other part in between.