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A resource for inspiration with an emphasis on typography, interactive design and space.

Naoko Ito

Tree Branch in Jars by Naoko Ito.

[via Inspire me! now]

Nike Savvas

A massive and beautiful installation, created by the Australian artist Nike Savvas, has been recently exhibited at the Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery. The series “Full of Love and Full of Wonder” represent a cloud of atoms comprised by an optical effect of 1000 coloured balls.
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[via Fubiz]

Steie vanVugt

Steie van Vugt made a mirror installation that played with the dimensions of a space: the mirrors pull the space apart like a kaleidoscope and display conflicting images. The installation emphasizes and blurs angles and holes, creating both calmness and complexity. Dimensies gives an empty concrete space a unique finishing touch and lets people reflect on how they experience a space.

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Wannabe Furniture

Really like this idea.

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(via Fubiz)

Crumb Birds

Very cool idea.

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(via Today & Tomorrow)

Lars Amhoff

Amazing!

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“Neo Gramophone is concept by Lars Amhoff, it is an reincarnation of a classic gramophone. It can play music streamed from your iTunes, a subsurface touchscreen menu let you control the music player. I’m currious if it will get past this concept phase, but it’s a nice object anyway.”

(via Today and Tomorrow)

Alter-Modern

I have just recently been to see the Alter-Modern exhibition at the Tate. Best exhibition i have been to for a long time. I really recommend any one who is here in London going.

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Not sure if this is related, but its still a nice idea for a holding page for a website – Altermodern.

Patachronic Clock

Tobias has finished his ‘Patachronic Clock’. It looks amazing. Well done Tobias.

Richard Hutten

Possibly the best thing i have ever seen that you could furnish your house with!

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““Playing With Tradition” is a carpet designed by Richard Hutten for the Strawberry Fields project, organised by I + I.”

(via Today and Tomorrow)

Rolex Time Sand

Love the packaging on Michael Marcovici’s Rolex Time Sand installation.

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“Rolex Time Sand is an installation by Michael Marcovici. One bag is filled with 30 kgs of sand, which equals 30 days flowing in a standard hourglass. On the 18 palets, there are 972 bags with a total weight of 29.160 kg. They last for 81 years- our generous estimation of an average lifestime. The image in the middle pictures the artist’s lifetime already consumed: 39 years.”

(via Today and Tomorrow)

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