Why drink Gin & Tonics the old fashioned way through liquid, when you can suit up in a plastic hazmat rain coat and inhale your alcohol through the air? Food architects Bompas & Parr turn boozin’ into a brand new experience.
Fixed Design hails from San Francisco and we first saw them at this year’s Dwell on Design event. Their products are pretty stunning, our personal favorite was this turntable and record collection friendly shelf called the Extended Play.
It’s an acrylic stone shelf nestled at an angle inside a walnut shell, the unit has casters making it super easy to move from room to room. They are even stackable! Thumbs way up!
Native Los Angeleno Hugh Kretschmer is one of those rare photographers who has the ability to completely transform a commercial ad campaign or editorial piece into a magical story that will move you. Using metaphor and hand crafted trick-the-eye elements he transports us to surreal narratives full of humor and intriguing mystery where anything can happen.
Primal paintings of primal beasts by Akira Nagasawa.
I think the title of this post says it all. Hit play and start banging your head..
William Irving Singer, based in Detroit, draws his biggest creative influences from the historical architecture around him. His work approaches classical painting and portraiture with vibrant color choices and vigorous brushwork.