Copyright (c). 2011 - 2012, Marvin Gonzalez.
Ready to take over the world with a shoe and a paper air plane.
This is very clever and I would very much like to have one.
With the ever decreasing size of flash drives, Logical Art visualises the abstract space of electronic memory. Since flash drives are becoming smaller, the hollow area implies ‘invisible technology’. The different versions of the flash drive include Structure, a geometric frame and Transparency, a capped style, both intended to represent jewellery.
This should’ve been done years ago!
A small compact and portable iron designed by Laura Nelson that works similar to a hair straightener.
It is perfect if you just need a little touch up and you don’t want to take out the bulky iron. It is also great for ironing that requires a bit of maneuver, for example in-between the buttons of a shirt.
Simple Convenience is designed to be compact, which is ideal for the travelling professional. I find hotel irons often have gunk on them that might ruin your shirt, so you always have to extra careful. With Laura’s iron, you get simplicity, convenience and a piece of mind.
This is definitely science fiction’s influence!
Jacqueline Lou Skaggs‘ penny paintings turn the unloved currency into tiny circular canvases with incredible detail. Aside from the impressive maneuvering of oil paint that recalls 17th century Dutch masters, we admire Skaggs‘ desire to rescue the runts of the capitalist litter, saving them from a life spent below couch cushions or forgotten in pockets.
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