this is called the g-spot mouse. you like? haha
Monthly Archives: August 2010
repost from spoon tamago
Carved by Naoki Terada by Johnny
Naoki Terada of Terada Design has created Carved, a new clock with the numbers carved out. Although the product doesn’t appear to be stocked yet, Lemnos, who specializes in Japanese designer clocks, will be the sole distributor. If this doesn’t float your boat, Lemnos is stock full of designer clocks from the typographically-inspired to the, I-don’t-really-need-to-know-the-time-I-just-want-something-cool-on-my-wall clock.
Inspired by ancient sun dials, Kazuo Kawasaki created Hola. It even has an iPhone app.
Makoto Komatsu took his signature wrinkled porcelain and applied it to the Wrinkle wall clock.
Luminary designer Riki Watanabe and his simple yet gorgeous Riki Clock.
Kanako Kajihara takes her experience as a textile designer for Issey Miyake to create the soft and delicate Syn.
once in a while you come across an artist that overwhelms you with the ordinary and inspires you with the familiar. ron mueck is an australian hyper-realist sculpture whose incredible works feature babies, old ladies and the ordinary street folk but in gigantic proportions. he’s crazy awesome! only way to appreciate his works is to look at it. here are a few from damncoolpics.blogspot.com:
more after the jump…