Wondering Boys

uitgewonderd

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reinvention

Posted in 14563352 by Mick on March 7, 2009

back in a while
reinventing ourselves

ironing – art

Posted in ironing by Mick on February 25, 2009

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We are between cities, so all of my shirts are wrinkled like my grandma`s ass. As I was ironing this morning in my temporally apartment in Antwerp, I thought, ‘Hell it´s been long that I wrote something, but what shall I write about?’

Don’t worry we´ll straighten him out! (2009)
size: 12x20x60 cm price €3200,-
materials: mixed media

By the Idiots

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ironing – flickr

Posted in ironing by Mick on February 25, 2009

ironing – vimeo

Posted in ironing by Mick on February 25, 2009
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silver – own work

Posted in silver by W ! on February 16, 2009

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house jewel 

Probably the most used object in a modern household. Why not upgrade this useful yet ordinary device to the next level. Make it a house jewel, an object you can pass on from generation to generation. 

This was our entry for the designboom beyond silver competition.
More info on our website.

silver – flickr

Posted in silver by Mick on February 16, 2009

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by Alphafish

1967 Silver bullet camper. Don´t you just want one of those!

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silver – vimeo

Posted in silver by Mick on February 16, 2009

Silver Clouds, An installation by Andy Warhol, molested by kids…

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plastic – art

Posted in plastic by Mick on February 13, 2009

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Photographer Jenny Nordquist made a brilliant series on Plastic Surgery.

plastic – flickr

Posted in plastic by Mick on February 13, 2009

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The “Plastic People” Flickr set by Vincent Bousserez
found on yatser

plastic – vimeo

Posted in plastic by Mick on February 13, 2009

I was in Mexico for 6 months and I assumed that the people had no humor at all, or not one I could laugh with. This little movie proofs wrong, my kind a humor! Self-mockery is the best humor!

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bedroom – art

Posted in bedroom by Mick on February 10, 2009

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Mikel Uribetxeberria makes astonishing art, he searches for animals on the web, photographs a setting en clashes the two together. Really check out the rest of his work.

bedroom – flickr

Posted in bedroom by Mick on February 10, 2009

bedroom – vimeo

Posted in bedroom by Mick on February 10, 2009

The Morning After
A really, really hysterical funny little movie. It is not my genre, at the least, but this is so clever.
Its art-house, into the splatter / comedy / torture-porn genre. Nice sounds too.

not fore the faint of heart.

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canis II – art

Posted in canis II by Mick on February 5, 2009

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It’s been a while, we’ve been busy arranging stuff to move to the U.K.
We wanted to move this spring, unfortunately it is gonna be late summer.
Al because our beloved dogs needs to be in quarantine for six months,
so basically, we too. Would love a foldeble dog at the moment,
like the one Gwo Osang printed and reconstructed.

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canis II – flickr

Posted in canis II by Mick on February 5, 2009

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Check the wonderful Flickr set of our dear friend Sofie called Lamazone,
by the way the dog in the photo is Jefke, the oldest one.

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canis II – vimeo

Posted in canis II by Mick on February 5, 2009

One of the most magnificent videos made by Pleix, a French video-art collective.

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street – art

Posted in street by Mick on January 28, 2009

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It is a site this time, Wooster Collective is a website dedicated to street art.
A lot of bit and bytes, full of pure inspiration.

www.woostercollective.com

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street – flickr

Posted in street by Mick on January 28, 2009

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Normally I put only one photo here, but this time I really could not pick one. These photo are just enchanting.

photos by skyshaper

street – vimeo

Posted in street by Mick on January 28, 2009

Slow motion movie taken in New York with a cheap casio camera.
Pure moving street art! Makes you wanna take the airplane an leave to the Big Apple.

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heart – own work

Posted in heart by Mick on January 26, 2009

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We made a promo clip for broadcasting company Prime,
to be broadcast two weeks before the sticky day!

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heart – flickr

Posted in heart by Mick on January 26, 2009

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31.366 Mended heart, by quixotic pixels

heart – vimeo

Posted in heart by Mick on January 26, 2009

Nice stop motion animation by shakranik

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weather – design

Posted in weather by Mick on January 25, 2009

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This weekend, unfortunately, a few people were killed here in Spain, due to a heavy storm. Most of them traded the temporary for the eternal because of collapsing walls and buildings. This clever piece of architecture is designed by London architects dRMM. It is a house with mobile walls and roof that can be moved to cover and uncover parts of the dwelling. Let the storms come.

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weather – flickr

Posted in weather by Mick on January 25, 2009

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Remarkable shot by Wentloog

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weather -vimeo

Posted in weather by Mick on January 25, 2009

Poetry on video.
A must see.

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time – art

Posted in time by Mick on January 24, 2009

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I believe photography is the best medium to capture time. The Dutch photographer Hanneke van Leeuwen knows how to capture time and even capture the past. I think her breathtaking young talent is gonna travel far.

time – flickr

Posted in time by Mick on January 24, 2009

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This amazing even a bit scary, bold shot of Time square in New York made me shiver for a moment.
Image by Navarroe

time – vimeo

Posted in time by Mick on January 24, 2009


A beautiful time lapse video from Eirik Solheim, one year in 2 minutes. Check his site for more amazing video´s.

Thx to Silly Sara for the link

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dolls – art

Posted in dolls by Mick on January 21, 2009

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I am not a fan of dolls and doll making, until I discovered Marina Bychkova.
She is an amazing doll sculptor who makes dolls out of porcelain. And not just dolls, she creates stories, every doll tells a little story.

Read all about her on Yatser

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dolls – flickr

Posted in dolls by Mick on January 21, 2009

dolls – vimeo

Posted in dolls by Mick on January 21, 2009

The sheer madness, of cutting your hair and weaving it piece by piece on the immensely popular Blythe doll. Just to make a selfportait, that is the madness I really like. The devotion of craft.

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sound – design

Posted in sound by W ! on January 16, 2009

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A few months ago we entered the sound innovation competition.
Last week the results were published.
We made it to the 150 shortlist out of roughly 3500 participants.

The Table of sound integrates music into your home in a stylish way. Connect virtually any device wirelessly, through the built-in dock or with a regular minijack connection. Pick a color combination and put on some music!

More on this in our portfolio.

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sound – flickr

Posted in sound by W ! on January 16, 2009

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A friend’s bedroom,
well, the place where he tries to sleep,
well, where he sleeps sometimes,
well, where he listens to music and sleeps,
well, when he sleeps
if he does.

photo by pa gillet

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sound – vimeo

Posted in sound by W ! on January 16, 2009

When Tom Cruise was controlling his computer by making gestures in the air, everybody thought this was some crazy futuristic concept. But clearly that’s wrong. The Theremin is an instrument invented around 1920 that does quite the same thing. It is played by gesturing around it’s tentacles.

Enjoy this DIY mini theremin kit instruction video!

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condom – design

Posted in condom by Mick on January 15, 2009

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A very funny condom packaging by Masayuki Takahashi.
Its naughty…

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condom – flickr

Posted in condom by Mick on January 15, 2009

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This is Alycia Mazzeo with her seven-month old daughter, Isabella Maria. Alycia got pregnant when she was 14. She has managed to stay in school with the help of her mother and other relatives.

The Sarah Palin effect on condoms.

photo by tampics

condom – vimeo

Posted in condom by Mick on January 15, 2009

A hilarious clip from durex, found on llx.

You have to go to the site and watch the outtakes, it is hysterically funny.

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canis – art

Posted in canis by Mick on January 14, 2009

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I have mentioned Cai Guo Qiang before, I truly think he is a great artist, This installation “Head on” is one of the first art pieces I saw of him. I was totally stunned by the shear beauty of it.

canis – flickr

Posted in canis by Mick on January 14, 2009

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Touching image by dimitridf

canis – vimeo

Posted in canis by Mick on January 14, 2009


A performance by a dear friend of mine. On of my favourite videos she made.

In the public performance ‘Her name is Marilyn,..’ by Katinka Simonse, the artist-designer takes a dead dog dressed in a white dress named Marilyn for a walk in Beverly Hills, L.A.. When asked what she is doing while dragging the animal over the streets, she consequently answers by saying ‘Her name is Marilyn’.

smoking – art

Posted in smoking by Mick on January 13, 2009

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After half a century of images of male fashion, GQ magazine searched their photo collection and compiled an exposition about smoking. A must see.

‘Smoking is bad’, group exhibition,
the archives of the magazine GQ.
From January 8 to February 28, 2009.
FNAC, Guillem de Castro, 9, Valencia.

smoking – flickr

Posted in smoking by Mick on January 13, 2009

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Magnificent photo of kids in London, by elettra

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smoking – vimeo

Posted in smoking by Mick on January 13, 2009

Very nice typographic titles for the film Thank you for smoking, the entire title sequence is situated on packets of cigarettes. Graphic design of cigarettes packaging is most of the time very strong. Good idea to use it.

toys – art

Posted in toys by Mick on January 10, 2009

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Made by the fantastic photographer Jean-Yves Lemoigne for the 3rd issue of Amusement magazine (which deals with video games and interactive culture), these images of beautiful young women naked and pixelated. I want a male version too!

toys – flickr

Posted in toys by Mick on January 10, 2009

toys – vimeo

Posted in toys by Mick on January 10, 2009

The walking ladder by Niklas Roy

Niklas Roy is a Berlin based multidisciplinary artist, who focuses on constructing interactive machines and installations with a strong physical approach.

memories – design

Posted in memories by Mick on January 9, 2009

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When I saw this truly outstanding piece of revisited furniture I was jealous as hell I tell you. These kind of designs makes me al warm and overwhelming. Its old memories pored in a new form language. Hannes Grebin really is a fine artist. Do check out his other work.

memories – flickr

Posted in memories by Mick on January 9, 2009

memories – vimeo

Posted in memories by Mick on January 9, 2009

by Elliot Manches

This sensitive character portrait follows Nancy, a wonderful 97-year old lady, who lives alone.

wine – design

Posted in wine by Mick on January 8, 2009

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What can you do with a wine carafe? Well I found these two designs, one of Sebastian Berge called Cru, very nice, a little rough, with the corks and all. And the other one is In Vino Veritas by Matali Crasset , witch I like allot, it has humor, tongue in cheek, that is what a good design needs.

wine – flickr

Posted in wine by Mick on January 8, 2009

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lilac wine by mayastar

wine – vimeo

Posted in wine by Mick on January 8, 2009

crazy – design

Posted in crazy by Mick on January 7, 2009

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This little number reminded me a little bit of the artworks by my friend Katinka Simonse, well more the skin that is lying next to it. Check out the rest of Holger Pooten´s work.

crazy – flickr

Posted in crazy by Mick on January 7, 2009

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I think this photo by Tous les noms sont déjà pris… pfff…’s says it all.

crazy – vimeo

Posted in crazy by Mick on January 7, 2009

Something new

Posted in x by Mick on January 6, 2009

As from tomorrow:

Every day three posts with the same theme.
One art or design related post.
One photo from flickr.
One video from Vimeo.

Suggestions for a theme
Always welcome.

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Jacob Arden McClure

Posted in x by Mick on January 6, 2009

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For over more than five weeks now, I am thinking about making a few collages again, it is “the” medium to sort creative thoughts. When I saw the work of Jacob Arden McClure on Change the Thought I knew I was right, tomorrow I start.

Varani

Posted in x by Mick on January 6, 2009

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It was about  4  years ago. Wout and I where on a holiday in the south of France. One day we visited a castle, because that is what you do when you are in the south of France: taste wine and visit castles. Anyway, that was the first time we came in contact with the marvellous Felice Varini. The master of modern Trompe L’oeil.
It is mindboggling what this man does with spaces.

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Alyson Shotz

Posted in x by Mick on January 5, 2009

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Talking about simplicity, this mirror fence by artist Alyson Shotz is a great example of simplicity. Let nature b nature and make a mirror fence. Just superb.

found on vvork

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Simplicity

Posted in x by Mick on January 4, 2009

Simplicity

That´s the keyword that we are gonna use in 2009,
simplicity, not in the sense of less is more, that is so nineties.
More in the sense that a simple idea, movement or thought can result to a good concept or design. Stop thinking, start acting. Just realise the first idea, do not investigate if it’s done before, you make it different anyway, do not think this is too simple, it’s all about the idea.

Simplicity, that is the keyword the Wondering Boys are gonna use in 2009.

Sage Vaughn

Posted in x by Mick on January 3, 2009

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Sage Vaughn is a real talent when it comes to telling a story true paintings, this amazingly gifted artist made me stare at his paintings for a long time, not every painter is capable of that.

New York galerie
Her site

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2009

Posted in x by Mick on December 30, 2008

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One more day before we say goodbye to a magnificent full year.
We got married and we left everything behind to go and live in Spain but we wanted more…

So we took our MacBooks and went traveling in Mexico.
Only to realize there that we missed Europe.

Thankful, that is what we are.
Thankful for the opportunity we got – or took – to explore life at the fullest.

And we can tell you that we are not quiet finished yet.
This year is all about new fields, finding a real home and exploring the art field.

We hope you have the same sparkle and power we have to get started in 2009.
Let’s make it an even better year!

Chocolate Grace

Posted in x by Mick on December 29, 2008

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Grace Jones one of the best living artworks on our planet came up with yet another brilliant idea for her new c.d. Hurricane. Collaborating with Tom Hingston Studio, Ms. Jones once again works the conceit of the popstar as visual commodity, in this case featuring life-size versions of herself made out of chocolate. She is just amazing.

The full story on Core77

Jolis Paons

Posted in x by Mick on December 29, 2008

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Just when I was about to take my old newspapers to the recycle centre, I stumbled on this amazing dress made by Jolis Paons. Totally made from old phonebooks with a precision thats is mind boggling. Step aside Issey Miyake a new star has risen.

Found on Mirthe

Music in car

Posted in x by Mick on December 23, 2008

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Yesterday I was saying to Wout, “we have to get some music in the car.” For the long city trips to Madrid and Barcelona. So I searched the net and found this most wonderful music device. I am gonna get it for xmas I tell ya.

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The reason…

Posted in x by Mick on December 21, 2008

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The reason … why we are working on a solution.

found on stumbleupon

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Sarah Knobel

Posted in x by Mick on December 21, 2008

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Everybody knows the awful, awful, school pictures, with the awful, awful, blue sky background. Artist Sarah Knobel made a series of new (self) portraits using this as inspiration.

Here website

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Portraits

Posted in x by Mick on December 20, 2008

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The Wondering Boys added new portraits on the corporate site.

Ariana Page

Posted in x by Mick on December 19, 2008

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This is just wonderfully strange. Ariana Page is a artist, due to the fact that she suffers from a condition known as dermatographia (the immune system exhibits hypersensitivity, via skin, causing capillaries to dilate and welts to appear (lasting around thirty minutes) when the skin’s surface is lightly scratched). She draws various patterns on her body, there you have it, art just staring at ya, in your face.

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Artificial beards

Posted in x by Mick on December 19, 2008

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The Wondering Boys are in search for a brand new look: logo, look and feel and of course some photo´s of the Boys in person. One of the options are the magnificent beards from Erin Dollar who is selling them on Etsy.

we like, we like allot.

found on Boing Boing

Grandfathers Clock

Posted in x by Mick on December 19, 2008

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The simplicity of it all,
just moves me.
Nothing more,
nothing less.

by William Stone

found on Pan-dan

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Laurie Hogin

Posted in x by Mick on December 19, 2008

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I’m flabbergasted by the curious menageries painted by Laurie Hogin. I am not a fan of bright neon colors in paintings and illustrations, this one really enchanted me.

found on boingboing

Squirrel Feet

Posted in x by Mick on December 18, 2008

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Your Mother, one of the writers of Appelogen, a Belgian blog with interesting posts, pointed at a strange jewel on Etsy. I did not hesitate one second, I ordered this little piece of art at a blink of an eye. Just 25 dollars, pfff.

Designed by SquirrelFeetEarrings

Another piece to be shown in the Wondering Museum Collection to be openend in 2015.

Garden Plastic

Posted in x by Mick on December 18, 2008

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This dress really made me smile, I just love the Japanese way of looking at things.
designed by Mina Wu
found on Bauldoff

Young Obama

Posted in x by Mick on December 18, 2008

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This is amazing, a photo a young Obama from 1980. Thank God the Republicans did not use this to imply he was smoking shit…

more on Time Magazine

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Happy Birthday

Posted in x by Mick on December 18, 2008

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Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair is turning 50 and still she looks like a bombshell. That is what I call ageless design.
She is still on my wish list, one of these days… one of these days.
*writing a letter to Santa*

Andrea Galvani

Posted in Uncategorized by W ! on December 17, 2008

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The work of italian photographer Andrea Galvani is minimal but surreal with a very consistently color sceme. Don’t let me hold you, go and see for yourself!

Smoking

Posted in Uncategorized by Mick on December 16, 2008

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This campaign is so f*cking good and upsetting in the same time. This is the way how you have to send a message, it almost chocked me up. Wat a wonderful job.

more picts on adgoodness

Anorexia Bracelet

Posted in Uncategorized by Mick on December 16, 2008

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Our Anorexia Bracelet is going to be published in a design book,
we are proud as hell, more about this in spring 2009.
Keep ya posted.

Pins

Posted in Uncategorized by Mick on December 16, 2008

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I do love everything that has to do with pixels or pixelated, it not that hard to create something nice with pixels. But what about this, a portrait totally out of pins, this is one step further. I wonder how they managed this.

found on visualculture

Sex Dolls

Posted in Uncategorized by Mick on December 15, 2008

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My creative mind nearly exploded seeing these images from Alex Sandwell Kliszynski, this is pure art, its.. its … I do have no words. It is beyond everything.

more art on his site click click click

Currenkey

Posted in Uncategorized by Mick on December 15, 2008

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I do have to say that the wave of new invented USB-sticks really annoys me. But this one drawed my attention. Just make the look of the stick in his value, simple as that.

found on picdit

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Corpus 2.0

Posted in Uncategorized by Mick on December 13, 2008

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Corpus 2.0 by Marcia Nolte is a series of portraits presenting the next human. We think its normal that animals and plant evolve due to their behavior, but what about the human body. Sou see an sms thumb, a sunglasses nose, a shoulder for a purse, a Ipod ear, smoking lips, and a foot that already a high heal.
Just marvelous.

found on nextnature

the rest of the photo´s (more…)

Lina Kim

Posted in Uncategorized by Mick on December 13, 2008

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The in Berlin living artist Lina Kim originally from Sao Paulo has a view on photography and installations that really hits me. One simple photo tells a whole story, its enchanting, creepy and just plain wonderful. I hope to see an exhibition soon.

More info on the Colloms

Nike

Posted in Uncategorized by Mick on December 13, 2008

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I am not a huge fan of big corporate brands, but this time Nike blew me away. Nancy Wu created the Nike Remixed & Recut. Its mind boggling and amazing, she remixed & recut reinterprets sportswear for a generation of open-minded and unorthodox consumers. This is what I call a revolution.

found on todayandtomorrow

Missing

Posted in Uncategorized by Mick on December 12, 2008

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A while ago we designed a lamp, based on the missing form. This idea of a vase leans to it, the philosophy of this vase however is very strong.
“…now considered unnecessary and out of fashion. Its fate was to end among the waste, and to witness its passage in a house, remaining only with dust and water after being left after so many years unused”
That is the stuff I like a good design with good semiotics.

found on Designspotter and MoCo Loco

design by sovrappensiero

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The computer mouse… 40 years later

Posted in Uncategorized by W ! on December 10, 2008

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In 1968 they called it a pointing device, today it is widely known as a mouse. Forty years of evolution and yet it’s still a box with a button.

But if we have to believe the rumours change is ahead. Soon we’ll all be gesturing to our computers, not unlike Tom Cruise in Minority Report, without the fancy gloves though.

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Sound Innovation

Posted in Uncategorized by W ! on December 8, 2008

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Two months ago we entered the designboom sound innovation competition. Last week we got the great news our design was selected to be one of the 150 out of 3487 entries. That’s a small victory already, but let’s not settle with this and keep fingers crossed for an even better outcome!

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Sooner or later it all comes down

Posted in Uncategorized by W ! on December 8, 2008

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“Sooner or later it all comes down”, an installation by Via Grafik for the Names street art festival in Prague.

An inspiring image with a lot of truth in the message. Love it!

Beyond Silver

Posted in Uncategorized by Mick on December 8, 2008

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Designboom and ‘MACEF international home show’ design competition. participation is open to applicants from every country in the world, to professionals, students, and design-enthusiasts. Free registration required.

We did the registration and working on a design right now!

Marwan Al-Sayed

Posted in Uncategorized by Mick on December 8, 2008

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The wondering boys love to wander allot, but one of these days they will buy a piece of land en design there own house. This masterpiece of Marwan Al-Sayed is being put in the big book of inspirational designs. It is a pearl in de dessert. Thank God for concrete.

the whole article on Dezeen

Unbranding

Posted in Uncategorized by Mick on December 7, 2008

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This just blew me away. A new Mc Donalds restaurant in Tokyo, totally stripped to the essence, the strong colors. Is this the new branding or as they say unbranding.
I like it, I like it allot.

found on adtention

secret of happiness is …

Posted in Uncategorized by Mick on December 7, 2008

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Will we ever know…

found on today and tomorrow
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Sweet soft and Lazy

Posted in Uncategorized by Mick on December 6, 2008

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There was a design contest: make an object out of polyurethane, any object. We send in a bathtub, it´s soft, it´s warm and you can print it in the colors or patterns you like.

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Bettie Page hospitalized

Posted in Uncategorized by Mick on December 6, 2008

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Big big legend Bettie Page, an American pin-up from the fifties, is taken in to intensive care, after she suffered a heart attack. “She is in bad shape again,” says her spokesman.
According to a friend Page is in a coma. Her spokesman denied that, but would also not insist. The former model is seen as one of the pioneers of the sexual revolution of the sixties. She posed for many a magazine covers since 1955 and posed naked in one of the first editions of Playboy.

get well soon

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Madonna for Vuitton

Posted in Uncategorized by Mick on December 6, 2008

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Madonna in amazing provocative pose, embody the latest collection designed by US stylist Marc Jacobs for Louis Vuitton. Dressed in little but mesh stockings and head-spinningly high stilettos in the first pictures released, the diva of pop represents the designer’s ‘vision of the quintessential Parisienne’ embodied in his 2009 spring-summer ready-to-wear collection for Louis Vuitton unveiled in October.
‘I wanted the campaign to be very bold, very sensual and very atmospheric,’ Jacobs was quoted as saying in a statement. ‘To carry this off,’ he added, ‘we needed the ultimate performer – and for me, that is Madonna.’ Photographed in a smoky Paris 1940s-style bar touting the latest Vuitton ‘it’ bags. The advertising campaign is to launch next February worldwide. We think it is amazing, especially the range of colors for a spring collection. A+

Suicide calorie by Pepsi

Posted in Uncategorized by Mick on December 6, 2008

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A truly amazing edgy campaign by Pepsi Max. Using suicide as a story telling is bold and just wonderful, we love when boundaries are crossed.
Its the story of a lonely calorie who cant stand to live alone in a can.

Creative Director: Toygar Bazarkaya
Art Director: Michael Plückhan
Copywriter: Kenny Blumenschein

Good job guys.

found on adgoodness

The Real Thing

Posted in Uncategorized by Mick on December 5, 2008

As real as it gets, that’s the slogan for a campaign to promote Photoshop on the Indonesian market. More and bigger pictures on flickr.

Via omt.

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Mommie Dearest

Posted in Uncategorized by Mick on November 2, 2008


Mommie Dearest, a fabulous al time classic starring the magnificent Faye Dunaway as Joan Crawford. Well if you loved the movie you must see this amazing set of photo´s on Flicker.
Photographed by Sofia Sanchez & Mauro Mongiello and starring Siri Tollerød , styling by Samuel François. Nice job guys!
Click here to view the whole set.
Think there ever gonna be a mommy dearest kind a movie about Madonna?