redrosesmydear:

brain-food:

What if instead of throwing your pencil stubs away when they´re too short to use, you could plant them, add some water and watch them grow? Meet Sprout, a pencil with a seed! The high quality pencil features a water activated capsule at its tip, when the pencil is too short to use, you can plant it and have it grow into something delicious, beautiful and fun. Sprout comes in a variety of different flavors, from flowers, to herbs and vegies. A great idea to make writing fun again. watch the video

Funded by a successful kickstarter campaign, the Sprout Pencil is now available for purchase at amazon and in Europe at firebox

how in the fuck is this not the coolest thing in the whole world that has to deal with pencils

(via letpandasdie)

youhavenoflare:

In April 2012 myself and Elliot Woods were approached to create an application to project onto a car on a turntable, the brief expanded as the project went on, until by the end, it was to be a different car (of the same model) for every show, they wanted to be able to do multiple shows per day and the alignment was to be done by a member of the staff at the Landrover experience.
A challenging brief.
The building was finally opened in December 2012, the car takes approximately 10-15 minutes to lineup using 3 sliders and a rotatary control on an iPad, with a couple of buttons to spin the turntable around so you can check the setup. 
It using 7 projection design projectors all running at 1920x1200, 3 for the back wall, 2 for the car and 2 for the floor, we also had to minimise any visible shadows, content was rendered at 4k and is all run off 1 pc. Color Burst

letstripnow:

For almost every day last month Malaysian artist/architect Hong Yi (who often goes by the nickname Red) created a fun illustration made with common (and occasionally not so common) food. Her parameters were simple: the image had to be comprised entirely of food and the only backdrop could be a white plate. With that in mind Yi set out to create landscapes, animals, homages to pop culture, and even a multi-frame telling of the three little pigs. The project, which still appears to be ongoing, has been documented heavily around the web.”

(via globalmutt)

escapekit:

Nature’s Playground

England—national conservation charity National Trust approached UK-based consultancy The Click Design to create physical tongue-in-cheek signage. 

Resize the window and be amazed.

escapekit:

Chocolates With Attitude

“The personality is expressed through a unique quote, a unique design and a unique type of chocolate. The design differentiate the 12 personalities with a diverse and colorful use of typography and the small boxes are round like tiny hat boxes. The chocolate is created by Coca Luxery Chocolates from unique recipes. Everything was developed from the ground.”

escapekit:

Nuvem (Cloud)

Take a walk through the clouds in this installation by multimedia artist Eduardo Coimbra. Based in Rio de Janeiro, Coimbra studied engineering and architecture, which are both reflected in the majority of his creative projects. Many of his site-specific pieces are large-scale works that explore the idea of landscapes as synthetic constructions that represent reality.

‘roly poly’, designed by the design incubation centre at the national university of singapore, are a pair of egg-like objects 

that mirror each other’s movements, even when physically separated. two people thus can sense each other’s presence
despite distances across the world: a tap of one half will create a simultaneous reaction in the other.

(via chi-mer-i-cal)