Dutch photographer Arjan Benning uses crispy white backgrounds with some attributes and then drops in a scoop of icecream. The high contrast lets the icecream stand out from the rest. The longer the watch, the more you discover in each picture. The Ice Age is fascinating.
This set of illustrations freely imagines different types of bike users. ‘Cyclemon’ puts a label on each bike, and drops the right background behind it. Funny and recognizable illustrations by Thomas Pomarelle and Orthonormai.
According to Sergio Andretti, no one lives in Milan, each citizen is just passing through like a ghost. Nonetheless its subtle and mysterious fascination haunts you and binds to your life forever. The combination of people and buildings reflect that there is more than just people passing by. This is Andretti’s view on a dramatically beautiful but often misunderstood city.
The Howling, aka Frank Wiedemann (half of Âme) and Ry Cuming (an Australian, LA-based artist), made waves after their collaboration “Howling” last summer, for which Âme then supplied a popular remix. The duo returns with moving and colorful sounds in Shortline, a three track EP which is currently available on vinyl and digital release. The video is shot in 16mm starring the extraordinary Nana Agypong and Ry Cuming.
Viks is a single speed steel urban commuter for a modern, style appreciative cyclist. It is made entirely from high quality stainless steel tubes. The design is highly exclusive for Viks as there is no seat tube. Two identically shaped tube frames run alongside the entire frame. The fork and handle bar is all in one piece as well, making the Viks look extremely sleek and flowy from every point of view.
Sailor & I from Stockholm releases the visuals for their cinematic song ‘Tough Love’. The beautiful Scandinavian scenery and aged man combine well with the orchestral song. Good color grading and slow-motion shots do the rest. We already have high expectations for their next release.
It was the intention of the architect to manipulate the volume of the interiors to enable light through the skylight to penetrate down to the lower floors. To do so, the walls of the first floor had to bear most of the structural load while the walls of the second floor rotated 14 degrees on the plan which would not only let in the light, but also create a unique and evocative living space.
The British furniture desginers at Splinter Works produced an amazing bathtub. The Vessel is a joy for the eye and looks comfortable as well. The carbon-fibre body is attached to the walls with two brackets. Because of the lack of feet and drain pipe, the tub seems to float like a hammock. Vessel embodies pure luxury and tranquility.
Lost keys. A misplaced wallet. A stolen bike or guitar. Everyone has dealt with the hassle, frustration and stress that comes with losing their things. A new company, Tile, is launching a matchbook-sized Bluetooth Low Energy device that aims to ignite a community movement around keeping track of the small, or big, items in life.
House of Yagi in Hiroshima city, Japan, isn’t comparable to your standard house. The combination of raw concrete and wood looks static and warm at the same time. Some windows don’t have glass. So when it’s rainy or windy, you’ll notice that from inside the building. The tree in the middle of the ground floor increases the connection with nature. Furthermore, a good use of natural and artificial light creates a family-friendly environment.
This is Johannes Heuckeroth bachelor thesis “Dreaming of Dubai – between illusion and reality”, showing the world of Dubai, a place which has developed from a small desert town to a glittering, unbelievable metropolis full of utopias.
Created by french designers Thierry Boltz and Claude Saos of BSG bikes, the ‘WOOD.b’ is born is conceived as a high-quality urban bike, influenced by a passion for cycling. The conception incorporates the use of a unique frame system: it draws functional elements from traditional bike parts, but delivers a refined metal and layered wood veneer package.