Top 20 Trends of the Day (Nov 9)
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Horrible Logos is a website that has been charging five dollars, allegedly for “beer money,” to sketch fast logos for desperate companies. Armed with a PayPal account, a pencil and a scanner, Horrible Logos is providing an increasing number of clients with an alternative to expensive advertising agencies and brand consultants.
I’ve heard of boutique hotels that have commissioned designers to create one-of-kind rooms, but the Llove exhibition takes it to a whole new level. An extensive art installation, it is also a working albeit temporary hotel that encourages guests to stay at least one night to fully appreciate each work of art.
The Staircase Storage Solution is perfect for smaller homes, allowing ample space for storing your goods.
This sky-high drawer set is a vertical shelf that has plenty of drawers for you to hide away your clutter. Since the shelving space goes upwards and not outwards, it even allows you to use it like a climbing ladder to reach the higher cabinets.
As exemplified by this BedRoom Sessions photoshoot, the private worlds of young women are often portrayed as an alluring affair. Photographed by Sander Van Der Veen, the shoot was beautifully composed, sensual and classy.
Trend Hunter may have featured recycled- and trash-based architecture before, but none of them reached the scale that the House of Contamination has. More of a village than a house, it is a massive garbage art installation.
The Mark McClean Sushi Tray modernizes the classic bento box look with a crisp white design, adding a minimalist touch.
This tray comes with small bowls for soup or sauce that is usually paired with your sushi dinner.
This ‘One Night Romance’ editorial tells a tragic story of passionate love between two star-crossed lovers.
If you’re a fan of tragic and hopeless romantic stories, then you’ll appreciate this spell-binding editorial. Featuring models Aurijus and Toma, this spread shows the undeniable chemistry between the duo throughout each print.
Brandon Showers is an achingly hip photographer with an unlikely beginning in a Farm in Ohio. Since then, Brandon Showers has spent around a decade between NYC and LA, shooting various spreads of scintillating models, suggestive food photography and overall imaginative spreads.
The UK Marie Claire December 2010 edition has been graced by Gossip Girl star Leighton Meester. Meester is a classic beauty whose personal style can not be categorized, yet always manages to be effortlessly impeccable.
The New York Blackout Exhibition portrays certain artworks that will give you an intense, personal bone-chilling experience upon viewing. These digital pieces were done under the direction and design efforts of Fredrik Melby, Martin Yang and Kjetil Wold.
Jung-Yeon Min is an inventive artist whose super imaginative works look as though they could be drug-induced. This series depicts people in what looks like their dreams, surrounded by drippy, surreal surroundings of unearthly matter. The result is a series that obviously comes right from the imagination of Jung-Yeon Min.
The Adidas Nizza High Zip sneakers are one part retro revival and one part military chic. These ultra unique kicks come in navy green or black, and boast a quilted nylon material for complete comfort.
EgoBook is a Facebook app that allows you to have a physical copy of your interactions from your Facebook wall. A truly personalized product, this is a great gift for that social media-lover in your life for this holiday season.
Inspired by India’s Sufi Saints—or more specifically, their robes—the Dervish Coffee Cup flows like fabric. Utterly unique, it represents their twirling motions as they move to their culturally enchanting music.
If you consider yourself a Superman super fan, then you need to head over to eBay right now and start bidding on the Fortress of Solitude Desk. This desk was designed by Scott Trosclair and is modeled after Superman’s Antarctic home base.
Ruud Visser Architects has literally designed a house of worship that can fit a family of four. The converted church home is located in Rotterdam, Netherlands and features a modern redesign while still clinging to its religious charms.
What I like best about Ruud Visser Architects design is that it features all the modern amenities one would expect from a new home while still holding onto its old churchy feel.
Designers and admirers of the design world can marvel at the site of this magnificent white Lambert Kamps Bazar Tent. Made completely out of inflated airbags, this design takes tents to a whole new innovative level.
The Scene XXL chair seems fit for a modern prince or princess. It’s high, quilted back denotes royal elegance while the rest of design is young and contemporary.
Designed by Gijs Papavoine for Dutch manufacturer Montis, the Scene XXL chair fits together with others to create a modular seating system.
With an overwhelming amount of Michael Jackson merchandise coming out, the Jackson 5 clothing line separates itself by means of authenticity and quality.
Clearly, it’s not just Westerners that enjoy the biker lifestyle, just check out the ‘Native American’ photo series. Although I can’t see wearing such cultural attire as being safe or comfortable on a motorcycle, it gets the point across quite nicely.
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