Monday, December 20, 2010

Design vs Art

Mathematical link: a project of awareness to stimulate the imagination through Art

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Michael Lau “Crazy Michael” Figures

Highly artistic and well designed sex toys

LELO is a Swedish company that designs and develops upmarket sex toys. It was founded in 2002 by industrial designers Eric Kalén, Carl Magnuson and engineer Filip Sedic. The market price for a standard vibrator is on average above $100 and some of their products can be charged using USB connections. What I find really interesting about these products is their ability to demonstrate how applied art on manufactured objects not only changes the way we perceive a product but it also increases a product's market value (until it becomes mass produced or competition appears). With out a doubt, these objects are rich in design aesthetics and not just simply dildos, but instead, high quality specialty products that serve as an example of how demanding consumers are when it comes to the quality of the products they buy. Moreover, these are proof that no matter what the object is, there is always room for improvement.

Thursday, November 4, 2010


Sculptures by the Dutch mother and daughter duo Michèle Deiters and Bibi van der Velden.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

JR 2011 TED Prize winner

"Photograffeur" JR who is mostly known for his infamous Face 2 Face installations in Palestine and Israel has been awarded the 2011 TED Prize award. TED Prize Director Amy Novogratz was looking for an individual who had "a track record for changing the world in innovative ways, who hopefully has mobility and charisma, and who works on a global level” to be the recipient of the award. JR's larger than life photographs spread from walls on Parisian slums to huts in Africa, Brazil and India telling the story of the people. JR's work is truly inspiring and innovative.

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Canon Pixma Sound Sculptures

Dentsu London and photographer Linden Gledhill teamed up on a new project to create paint sculptures for Canon’s PIXMA colour printers. Using high speed cameras and still cameras to capture droplets of paint as they bounced on a membrane wrapped around a small speaker to different sound waves they created these sound sculptures.

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Thursday, October 7, 2010

Mark Whalen

Works by Australian artist Mark Whalen also known as Kill Pixie.

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