Robert Buelteman, a California-based photographer uses Kirlian photography techniques (a high-voltage photogram process popular in the late 1930s) to capture amazing images of 80,000 volts of electricity coursing through flowers. The technique is considered so dangerous that very few people in the world even attempt this kind of photography.
Luksemburk, a Polish design company, creates this Pink Glasses, a rose wine bottle that doubles as cute rose-colored glasses. Wow, kill two birds with one stone, buy wine bottle and get glasses on hand.
Aritz Bermudez, the creator of Silhouette Landscapes, is a graphic designer and photographer. The artist has so far created two series of silhouette landscapes: Young Ladies & Young Boys. The artist creats personalized silhouette landscape just for you.
In Águeda, a Portuguese town, some streets are decorated with colorful umbrellas. The umbrellas look like they're magically floating in mid-air, making people walking on the street feel that they are out of a fairy tale.
Sebastien Cypers aka Cuypi is a French art director and illustrator. His works are very reminiscent of early 90's graffiti street art mixed with absolute clinical typography, comparative to none other.
Watch the video, it is awesome! Szymon Klimek hand-makes some wonderfully intricate machines… inside wine glasses. The above is his latest, called Sponge. "Made from 0.1 millimeter sheets of brass and bronze, Klimek’s miniature machines dance effortlessly in wine-glass enclosures that measure little more than 4 inches across. Klimek’s latest creation, Sponge, is a steam engine-like machine named for the latticework of tiny, interconnected brass pieces that expands and contracts as the engine runs. Sitting in a wine glass about a foot tall, a small silicon solar cell powers a concealed electric motor, which drives the 3-inch flywheel. He doesn’t work to a specific scale, but customizes his designs for each glass: the opening of Sponge’s wine glass and the diameter of its flywheel differed by less than a millimetre"
The 2012 London Olympics kicks off today, to celebrate this summer's Olympic Games, Czech artist David Cerny transformed a London bus into an athlete doing push-ups. He attached two gigantic electrical arms which lift the body of vehicle up and down, so it could do push-ups with resounding grunts and groans like the athletes you’ll see once the games begin. Dubbed as the London Booster, it will be displayed outside the Czech Olympic headquarters in London. Cool, watch the video after more.
After you pour a glass of wine, don't leave the bottle open and unornamented on the table. Well, use Top It Off Wine Bottle Stopper! Leave it on the wine shelf, it looks like a gentleman sculpture standing there.
The Arc Mouse will bring you a fresh computer usage experience. You can use it on any surface, including your jean-clad thigh! The curved ergonomics makes it that grips it well and uses it on surfaces that may not be flat. The Arc Mouse is a 2012 IDEA Awards entry. Designed by Seunghoon Shin and Chang Seok Kim.
This short is an exploration into the Clouds. The idea of clouds singing and performing their duties in a joyful manner show us that everything in our world has a role and a purpose. A sweet visual soundscape that takes the viewer through a personal journey into the sky. Sing, dance and relax as you follow a sweet cast of clouds and raindrops through an entrancing adventure you'll wish to take over and over again.
iPhone cases and keyboards for easier typing and texting. The Spike iPhone Keyboards by SoloMatrix, functions as a simple case when you need your touchscreen, swings out from the case's back when you need a real keyboard. Going on sale in September, the base model will cost $35, and the premium version will cost $60.