Fun and Interesting archive for 2011-05-27

Award [a conceptual video art]

(8 years ago)
Advertise here with BSAGreat people are inspired to create «great works» intrinsically. Recognition is only a natural phenomena… Thus the inspiration in creating, itself!!! This is a video art prepared to celebrate sources of inspiration for the Create or Else competition held by Ogilvy. Top viewed videos will be shortlisted to enter the 2011 Cannes Lions International Festival [...]

Jean-Marc Janiaczyk

(8 years ago)
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Surreal Paintings

(8 years ago)
Advertise here with BSAHere is a collection of very conceptual and momentous Surreal Artworks for you. We are very much sure you will be inspired and enthused by this attractive surreal art collection More in Best Bookmarks Design You Trust RSS Feed | Design You Trust on FB | Design You Trust on Twitter | Design You Trust

"Shoe Trap" Modular Storage a Step Up from Other Shoe Organizers

(8 years ago)
It's a rich-world problem for sure, and while Having Too Many Shoes Syndrome used to be the domain of women, I've visited the apartments of just as many guy friends and encountered that shitstorm of kicks cluttering the vestibule. If you're a collector like Turtle from Entourage with access to movie-star funds, you have a special closet built to house them, but most of the people I know just have them scattered about.Though not a shoe-collector myself—at one point I lived with more dogs than I had pairs of shoes—I'm digging the Shoe Trap. It's nothing more than a modular system of boxes lined with foot-funk masking cedar, clear front doors and rubber grips on the bottom so you can stack 'em, making your own little shoe skyscrapers. They're like Lego for Imelda Marcos (or Turtle, if he wasn't living on Vinnie Chase's dime).(more...)

Anka Zhuravleva

(8 years ago)
Advertise here with BSAPhotography by Russia based artist Anka Zhuravleva.….See more photography here Design You Trust RSS Feed | Design You Trust on FB | Design You Trust on Twitter | Design You Trust

Variations on Normal: Solutions by Dominic Wilcox

(8 years ago)
We wrote about Dominic Wilcox last year for his speed-creating "30 Objects in 30 Days" project, and since then the irreverent London-based designer has been busy. Here's his theoretical entry for a current UK design competition to make power-line-carrying pylons more visually palatable:His Finger-Nose Stylus for Touch Screens has generated tons of press, and after posting it on his blog, he noted "I lost two followers"; video after the jump...(more...)

Martha Parsey

(8 years ago)
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7 Simple and Intelligent Logo Designs

(8 years ago)
Advertise here with BSAAmong the many elements you can use in your print design, simplicity is one of the most cost-effective ones. Cost-effective in terms of ease of use and its consequent assistance in speeding things up. Read more… Design You Trust RSS Feed | Design You Trust on FB | Design You Trust on Twitter | Design [...]

Tramontina iPad App

(8 years ago)
Advertise here with BSABrazilian advertising agency DCS created an interactive iPad ad that allows the user to experience how easy it is to cook with Tramontina Starflon Pan (a non stick pan). With this ad, the user can move the iPad like if he was moving a real frying pan. You can fry a piece of bacon, an [...]

Renault Electric Life

(8 years ago)
L’agence Publicis Conseil a imaginé un film pour la gamme de voitures Renault 100% électrique. Voulant démontrer, de façon impactante et drôle, la simplicité d’usage de l’électrique. Ce film propose une succession de situations montrant que l’électrique fait déjà partie de notre vie. Previously on FubizRenault Twizy CampaignSmart Fortwo - A Big IdeaVolkswagen Beetle 2012Copyright [...]Copyright Fubiz™ - Suivez nous sur Twitter et Facebook

Afternoon eye candy: Hot men of theBERRY! (45 photos)

(8 years ago)
I can't thank you enough for sending such goodness my way! I think I speak for all the ladies of theBERRY when I say we appreciate the pics of yourself (hello hot chivers!) and your boyfriend/husband/friends.AWESOME instructions: Be creative! You get bonus points if you write BERRY on your body or hold up a sign that says hi BERRY ladies, etc. Click SUBMIT or send photos to theberrysubmit[at]gmail[dot]com. We can't do this post without your hotness. Thanks, Emily & Megan aka Super Hybrid

Luzzo Bespoke's "Bugatti": an Executive Desk Worthy of a Grand Prix

(8 years ago)
Given that Alan Sawyer arrived at luxury automobile interiors and decorative components via furniture design, it is only fitting that his return to furniture production—under the Luzzo Bespoke moniker—was inspired by a classic car. Specifically, he wanted to create a series of executive desks based on "the great classic names in motorsport like Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Bentley, Bugatti, Ferrari, Maserati, Porsche and American Indy cars from the 1930's."Hence, the Bugatti desk:Luzzo's first project is inspired by the Grand Prix cars created by Ettore Bugatti, cars like the Type 35 and 59. The beautifully cast aluminium components, French Racing Blue bodywork with its louvres and unique body bolts, honeycomb grille, engine spun dashboard and the use of leather are some of the inspirations for this desk.From the outset, Alan was not aiming to make a desk that simply resembled a car, but to draw inspiration from the unique aesthetic of the Type 37 Bugatti from the late 1920's and convey the original concept—if not the period itself—in a newly-designed piece of furniture. (The desk also incorporates details from other Bugattis of the same period, namely the Type 57 and 59.)(more...)

Want vs Need

(8 years ago)
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Girls They Just Wanna Have Fun — 26

(8 years ago)
Advertise here with BSAGirls They Just Wanna Have Fun comes only twice a month, and it’s sim­ply a com­pi­la­tion of some of the hottest pic­tures we at Shock​Blast​.net was able to find around the world wide web. So Sit back and enjoy. More pic­tures after the jump. See more Girls that wanna have fun Design You Trust RSS [...]

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(8 years ago)
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Tomás Valente

(8 years ago)
Advertise here with BSAAwesome surf pics by the finest portuguese photographers in the professional free surfer Tomas Valente fan page. If you enjoyed it… a like from you would be splendid. Design You Trust RSS Feed | Design You Trust on FB | Design You Trust on Twitter | Design You Trust

Ronald Ventura

(8 years ago)
Advertise here with BSARonald Ventura is one of the most popular contemporary artists from the Philippines. His works combine complex and layered images and styles, a mash-up through existential realism and graffiti, classical art and lowbrow. More artworks! Design You Trust RSS Feed | Design You Trust on FB | Design You Trust on Twitter | Design You [...]

Best of Animal Photography 2010

(8 years ago)
Advertise here with BSAOf all the genres, wildlife is certainly one of the more difficult to take on board. Unless you are at the zoo or another kind of animal enclosure, you can be hanging around endlessly for weeks and even months to get that one perfect animal moment. It takes time, passion and immense patience if you [...]

The Girl From Ipanema

(8 years ago)
Advertise here with BSAAlessandra Ambrosio photographed by Jannis Tsipoulanis in « The Girl From Ipanema » for Numero Magazine Tokyo More pictures Alessandra Ambrosio by Jannis Tsipoulanis Design You Trust RSS Feed | Design You Trust on FB | Design You Trust on Twitter | Design You Trust

Minimalistic Movie Poster

(8 years ago)
Advertise here with BSAminimalistic movie poster by patrick svensson more minimalistic movie poster here. Design You Trust RSS Feed | Design You Trust on FB | Design You Trust on Twitter | Design You Trust

3 Months of Vectorious Pro Membership for 1,800 Vector Graphics — only $39

(8 years ago)
Advertise here with BSAVectorious is the coolest destination for stock vector images at an affordable price. At Vectorious.net you’ll find a wide range of images, from backgrounds to buildings, abstract to people, vintage to music, and seasonal to business. In fact, they currently have over 14,000 royalty free vector images in their humungous collection, and they’re adding more [...]

How to create a cute little monster in Illustrator

(8 years ago)
Advertise here with BSAToday, we’re going to show you a simple way to achieve a gradient-heavy illustration of a little monster. It’s got a 3-D feel, but it’s done using only gradients. So, stick with us; we’re going to use and see some really nice easy tips for creating this little monster. The tutorial is intended for beginners. [...]

Stretching the Limits of Polyurethane

(8 years ago)
One way to make a product is to start with the design, then source the materials for it. Another way is to start with a material and try to think up products that need it. Pennsylvania-based Just Ducky Products falls in the latter category, having developed a proprietary polyurethane formula that they've spun into a line of products. Their material, when formed into straps, can stretch up to double its length while retaining "memory" of its original length. They've also developed a type of poly-coated webbing, sans stretch. Both materials will not crack, break or split, and unlike rubber they can stand up to oil, salt water, chemicals, and the elements.The applications thus far: Bungie cords, tie-down straps, spider-like flex webs, dog collars, dog leashes, and more. I only wish they'd come to us first for a design comp....(more...)

Andrew Atroshenko

(8 years ago)
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Samantha Basalari for Cake Magazine Issue #3

(8 years ago)
Advertise here with BSASamantha Basalari by She Is Frank for Cake Magazine Issue #3 More pictures here Design You Trust RSS Feed | Design You Trust on FB | Design You Trust on Twitter | Design You Trust

15 Fresh Startups With Great Landing Page Designs

(8 years ago)
Advertise here with BSAWelcome to the age of the online startup. Every day, multiple websites are created to announce a new startup and sadly, most of those pages look horrible. In order to attract the users you have to be able to provide a catchy description, features, and of course design. Now keep in mind that there is [...]

Wonderful Japan

(8 years ago)
Advertise here with BSAJapan is not only the 2nd largest economy in the modern world, but it is also very famous for its unique cultures, arts and architectures as well. In the collection below, you will find stunning photos about many familiar images of Japan such as Geisha, Torii gates, cherry blossom (sakura) … from macro shots to [...]

Curiosity Club Q&A with Chris Hoffman of RYNO Motors

(8 years ago)
As Hand-Eye Supply Curiosity Club quickly approaches, we thought we'd give you a little insight in to our speaker, Chris Hoffman, and his RYNO: an innovative self-balancing, one wheel, electric scooter. Chris will be speaking next Tuesday, May 31st at the Hand-Eye Supply store in Portland at 6PM.Curiosity Club: As designer and engineer you specialize in two fields that can at times be at odds in the product development process. Do you have advice for designers and engineers on how to communicate ideas, inspiration and practicality?Chris Hoffman: Not sure what "fields" means in this context but if you're talking about design attributes that are at odds they might be:a) Simplicity as opposed to useless complexityb) Usefulness as to cost of manufacturing that featurec) Visible quality as to real longevityRegardless, before you start any design project you have to start with refining why you're designing the product. How does it align with projecting the culture of the brand and how will the product compete in the market based on what features. This all has to be identified before you start the design. Otherwise there is no way to know how to tell the story. Remember, everything we buy has to entertain us, connect us to a peer group, display our position in that group and make us feel like we made the right purchase choice long before we look at the real features of the product. (more...)

Boris Bally Puts the "sit" in "Transit" with Traffic Sign Furniture

(8 years ago)
Boris Bally's "Transit" chairs have been around for a while now, but it's still worth sharing for those of you (such as myself) who hadn't seen his work before. (If nothing else, their playful aesthetic is perfect for a warm Friday before a holiday weekend... at least for those of us here in the States.)The Providence-based designer is a metalsmith by training—according to one (possibly apocryphal) account, he was making brass knuckles and throwing stars at age 13—his body of work is more properly classified as industrial design, if not art. (more...)
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