Molo Design on Revver

Over the next few weeks, I thought I would start adding some of my favorite architecture and design related videos from the awesome video sharing site, Revver. These next few are from Designguide.tv. I think you’ll find these videos pretty compelling. Stephanie Forsythe tells us about molo design, a company based in Canada. With their […]

NAT, designing nature exhibition on Revver

Over the next few weeks, I thought I would start adding some of my favorite architecture and design related videos from the awesome video sharing site, Revver. These next few are from Designguide.tv. I think you’ll find these videos pretty compelling. A project that is a cross between an exotic Garden of Eden and an […]

Pieke Bergmans, Crystal Vitra Virus on Revver

Over the next few weeks, I thought I would start adding some of my favorite architecture and design related videos from the awesome video sharing site, Revver. These next few are from Designguide.tv. I think you’ll find these videos pretty compelling. YDN caught up with Pieke Bergmans in Milan at the Zona tortona, and had […]

Tokujin X Moroso in milan 2007 on Revver

Over the next few weeks, I thought I would start adding some of my favorite architecture and design related videos from the awesome video sharing site, Revver. These next few are from Designguide.tv. I think you’ll find these videos pretty compelling. Tokujin built an exhibit for Moroso out of 3 million straws. Taking a simple […]

Swoon & Poncho street art project on Revver

Over the next few weeks, I thought I would start adding some of my favorite architecture and design related videos from the awesome video sharing site, Revver. These next few are from Designguide.tv. I think you’ll find these videos pretty compelling. Over the next few weeks, I thought I would start adding some of my […]

Tool For Armchair Activists

Moritz Waldemeyer, a UK artist and technologist (with a great blog, BTW) has really impressed me with his range of inventive designs crossing politics, art, and technology. The Tool for Armchair Activists is one of my favorite of Mr. Waldemeyer’s inventions. He has created a self-sustaining loudspeaker that can be mounted in any area of […]

Phonofone II by Science + Sons

OK, I’m now on the Phonofone bandwagon. I think I’ve read no less than 10 posts on the topic which will all tell you the same thing I’m about to tell you: The Phonofone by Science and Sons is a ceramic amplification system for you iPod. This mechanism uses passive horn acoustics to amplify you […]

Double Butter: Renegade Modernists in Denver

Someone just sent me this video today, and I don’t know what to make of it. All I know is that the persons who sent me the video are part of a small Denver design and fabrication studio named Double Butter. I know they have an incredible talent for making fine furniture. I know that […]

The Illoiha Climbing Gym Explores the Childlike Joy of Climbing Over Fine Furniture

The Illoiha spa and Gym in Tokyo explores a number of fun and interesting concepts in pampering and working out, not the least of which is this climbing gym. This climbing space designed by Nendo Akihiro is made of a number of baroque pieces of furniture, mantles, and picture frames built to a high durability […]

Ephemera Collecting: A Graphic Designer’s Dream Inspiration

by Roadside Pictures I found this along with a number of design resources that will inspire any graphic designer. This inspiration came to me through the chain of Coudal Partners, via DDC. I’m a long time Flickr user, but my mind is being blown again by yet another resource on Flickr, their ephemera collection. If […]