Child’s Play Bed

Child’s Play Bed

May 23

Child’s Play Bed

The Child’s Play bed envisioned by Yusuke Suzuki looks just like every child’s dream. Ever tried reading a book and falling asleep half-way through it? Well, this time, you can actually sleep on it.

The bed looks big enough to accommodate two children in its comfortably and cushy looking blankets. Crack the bed open during nap time and fold it shut to save some space when the kids are up and about.

Child’s Play isn’t just for sleeping; it’s also for playing. The key to a world of fun and imagination is literally within reach with the turn of a page. This is definitely at the top of my list for the Best Book of The Year.

It’s not yet available commercially but I hope it will be soon.

Wüsthof Knives: Onion Calendar

Wüsthof Knives: Onion Calendar

May 09

To dramatize how precisely Wüsthof knives can cut an onion calendar was created, in which an onion was cut into 365 slices. Precisely as many as there are days in the year. Perfect for a tear-off calendar.

Wüsthof Knives: Onion Calendar

Advertising Agency: Serviceplan, Germany
Creative Directors: Alex Schill, Matthias Harbeck, Helmut Huber, Florian Drahorad
Copywriters: Nicolas Becker, Tom Hauser
Art Directors: Christian Sommer/ Ivo Hlavac, Sören Porst
Account Supervisor: Lena Inderwiesen
Photography: Layoutsatz 2000
Production Company: Pinsker Druck & Medien

Be Born Again

Be Born Again

May 06

Classic! Plastic surgeon Dr. Kim. Be born again.

Be born again

Signs Jewlery

Signs Jewlery

May 04

Signs jewlery from Chao and Eero.

Signs Jewlery 1
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Signs Jewlery 4

Alice in Wonderland Installation

Alice in Wonderland Installation

Apr 29

Ambient-installation done in a Mall, in Rome. For the launch of the movie: “Alice in Wonderland”.

Alice in Wonderland Installation

Credits

Advertising Agency: AUGE, Milan, Italy Creative

Directors: Giorgio Natale, Federica Ariagno

Art Director: Davide Mosconi

Copywriters: Niccolò Bossi, Anita Rocca

Published: March 2010

Apple’s Command Key

Apple’s Command Key

Apr 21

Do you know that the Apple’s “Command” sign comes from Sweden that means camping place or proximity of place of interest?

The keen Mac cultists among you will already know the story behind the cloverleaf Command symbol (⌘) but for those of you who don’t, this photo (by cogdogblog on Flickr, used under CC license) tells the story rather well.

The person behind this idea is Susan Kare, icon designer at Apple who had the labour to use this symbol to replace the apple in Apple’s keyboards.

Apple's Command Key

Funny facepots

Funny facepots

Mar 16

Facepots from Good.kz.

Facepots