Top 20 Trends of the Day (Nov 16)
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20. Topiary Eco-Pods
Mathier Collos is an environmentally conscious architect whose concept for EcoCocoons falls right in line with the human nature of today. With a stronger need for an eco-friendly fix, wealthy families may look to bring their little ones to an EcoCocoon for their next vacation.
The Martin Dieterle D-Table is truly unique in its design and structure. The logs making up the table have been placed together and painted with lacquer to create this interesting design.
Although the airless tire isn’t something new, Goodyear Spring Tire’s is rather impressive. Designed for NASA, it looks like a traditional tire that has been wrapped in chainmail, unlike the airless army tires that resemble bubble-wrapped craters.
This Ted Partin ‘The Gaze’ photo series captures the moment in which a person has zoned out. An almost poetic concept, it is also very simple one to be captured on film.
Shot with an old-school 8 x 10 inch Deardorff camera, this Ted Partin ‘The Gaze’ photo series is rather fascinating—so much so that you’ll probably find yourself zoning out while browsing through it.
We may be on the verge of welcoming winter, but that doesn’t mean we can’t appreciate the swimwear found in the ‘This Is Genevieve’ SS11 collection. Personally, I plan on saving up for a hot escape in the new year, so this “research” will surely pay off.
I don’t think I’ve ever seen a gun look as pretty as the P$ynner Bersa Thunder .380 caliber. A hand-painted handgun, the Tampa-based artist takes a destructive weapon and turns it into a canvas for creativity.
I think what I like best about the P$ynner Bersa Thunder .380 caliber is the adorably animated bullets that go with it.
As a redesign of the Visitor’s Center for the Sulphur Cavern, architect Nuno Ribeiro Lopes made this stunning outdoor area into a spectacular sight.
For ultimate viewing, this glass building is built on a platform suspended above the water line. The center offers an eye-opening look into the natural landscape.
The Jessica Biel Revlon 2010 campaign is a blast from the past. Channeling American model Dorian Leigh, Biel goes super glamorous for the photoshoot.
Large companies that provide your basic amenities can often feel impersonal, but this Wien Energy ‘Reliable Energy’ campaign insists that this one Austrian company is on the front line for your needs.
Paul Lowe, a Norwegian food and prop stylist, packed his Louis and moved from Oslo to New York to live and love. In the featured set of photos, this stylist not only makes food look edible, but also adds a fashionable edge to these prints as well.
It’s a testament to how effortlessly gorgeous she is that the Scarlett Johansson GQ cover shoot is stunning despite some awkward posing. Of course, each pose does give an illusion of sexual vulnerability, which will surely appeal to fans of the starlet.
If you love illuminated installations, then the Hope Tree designed by 24 Degree Studio is one to check out. First seen at this year’s Tokyo Designers Week 2010, this dazzling and mesmerizing display of lights combines both paper and light within a 20-foot shipping container.
The AirCurve Play is definitely a great way to improve the volume issues on your iPhone. This device makes the speaker of the iPhone a whole 10 decibels louder, ensuring you hear everything clearly.
Astonishingly, the Aircurve Play works without batteries, cables or power adapters. By placing the iPhone onto the rubber dock, the design of the Aircurve enhances the iPhone’s audio abilities via acoustics.
The Olivia Munn Men’s Health spread will surely make every geek’s heart race at high speeds. I mean, what can be better than a hot woman holding an iPad?
Photographed by Emily Shur, the Olivia Munn Men’s Health editorial will be part of the December 2010 issue of the testosterone-fueled publication. Munn discusses many different things during her interview, including what she likes in a guy.
Make biology lessons easy the next time a kid asks you where babies come by showing them your Fertilization Watch.
This uniquely designed timepiece adds an interesting touch to any outfit, showing the time in minutes and hours with sperm. With a central ovule in the middle, the watch presents sperm designs which point towards it, ready to fertilize.
4. Typographical Tunics
Any graphic designer with an eye for typography will know the structure and subtleties that form typefaces, and these ‘“T” Shirts’ by Masashi Kawamura are the perfect example. These fontabulous outfits have been stenciled in Courier, Helvetica, Baskerville, Cooper Black and Caslon.
Taki Bibelas definitely likes to capture a woman’s seductive side, both subtly and blatantly. Besides this racy theme, there is also another thread connecting his work together seamlessly: his talented eye for light, color and composition.
The Japanese custom van show is an insane congregation of crazy creative individuals doing crazy car things. I mean, have you ever seen a van looked as tricked-out as these ones?
Located on the Fuji Speedway, these vehicles are definitely both intriguing automobiles and intricate works of art. See these crazy vehicles for yourselves in the featured gallery and prepare to be amazed at their incredible designs!
Individuals will undeniably feel disturbed by the shocking images found on the Romanian Police Child Helpline billboard. Depicting multiple photos of children who have been afflicted with abuse, these posters are both captivating and eerie.
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