Transforming wood, making possible that not only it could be flexible or soft, but it could also behave exactly like a cloth, was the idea behind the project.
To turn wood into fabric we had to break the continuity of its surface, which we obtained by dividing it into pieces. Wood, organized as in polygons, was then coupled with the fabric, which acts as a support and a binder at the same time.
While entering the courtyard of Hotelschool in Amsterdam you find yourself wondering around Daan Roosegaarde’s latest project ‘Boo’. These 6 meter high pillars of light and sound are Roosegaarde’s latest illusive landscape of light.
If anyone is in the market for a high resolution A3 printer then the PIXMA iX6550 is the one to get. Just finished setting it up and done some print outs and they are really really good, colour and tones are spot on!
Caux Collective Redirects: The ‘Empty Memories’ USB Collection
With the intriguing, self-proposed question “what would happen if technology became invisible?” to inspire a new, artistic direction of working, Designers Yoo-Kyung Shin & Hanhsi Chen found the answer in an ingenious fusion of fashionable jewellery and computer technology.
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Wow! Love these, what a super elegant design for memory storage.
World’s Biggest Rubber Duck Floats in Hong Kong via MMM
On May 2nd, Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman’s huge inflatable sculpture, called Rubber Duck, will officially debut, sailing into Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong. Already, it’s been causing quite a stir as curious locals have watched it inflate in a shipyard in Tsing Yi. Hofman’s famous duck has floated in waters around the world, in cities like Sydney, Osaka, and Sao Paolo, but this is the very first time it has ever been in Hong Kong.