Saturday, October 29, 2011

Teenage Mutant Ninja Noses


TMNT on The Beatles.

On Manny Pacquiao.

On Moammar Gaddhafi.

On Michael Jordan.

On Tom Hanks.

On Charlie Sheen.

More here.

Friday, October 28, 2011

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Periodic Table of Swearing

By interactive arts group Clay.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Recoiling Wall Socket

By designer Meysam Movahedi of Yanko Design. This 1.5-meter cord unfurls from a cavity behind its socket. When you don't need it anymore, give the wire a gentle tug and it recoils back into place!


Monday, October 24, 2011

Life's Too Short For The Wrong Job

A "Monday blues" post, if there ever was one.
Agency: Scholz & Friends

I know this is an old campaign, but it's too clever not to post for those of you who haven't seen it. Plus, haven't we all wondered what's inside a jukebox or an ATM?

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Good Grips Corn Stripper

By OXO. Simply push the Corn Stripper down the length of the cob and the kernels collect in a convenient container. Turn the cob and continue stripping until all kernels are removed.

Retails for $12.99 here.

Moleskine Sketchbook #18

Artist Mattias Adolfsson finishes Moleskine #18:

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Wall Cleat by Karl Zahn

Since it looks like it won't be another five years until we go completely "wire-less" (meaning no more cable wires!), Karl Zahn's wall cleat makes for perfectly sound design.

Copco Bag Cap

If you get the worst potato chip cravings in the middle of the night, this clever product is for you.

Prices start at $4.99 over at Amazon.

DINO by Lincoln Kayiwa

Clothes rack that is both aesthetically pleasing and functional.

Saturday, October 15, 2011

I Feel Good Today

This three-dimensional wall art, "I Feel Good Today" located in a coffee place in Hamburg, Germany, is from the creative mind of artist Niels Bruschke, to who used Schindelhauer's Victoria bike as its focal point.

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Underwater Photography

By Neil Craver.
For the last three years, Neil has been working on a symbolic underwater photography project that’s as beautiful as it is haunting. Called OmniPhantasmic, it’s meant to show the strong influences of unconscious elements affecting and driving people’s lives.


Saturday, October 8, 2011