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Aspiral Clocks

aspiral clocks 1 Here comes the revolutionary concept Aspiral Clocks designed by Will Aspinall and Neil Lambeth. How does it work? The clock face ever so slowly spirals over the course of twelve hours, moving a rolling ball precisely around, telling the time as it goes. Brilliant! aspiral clocks 2 aspiral clocks 3

Bite Silverware

p p Mark A. Reigelman II has designed this Bite silverware in an effort to help raise awareness of worldwide epidemics such as starvation and obesity. He explains “each day millions of individuals lay in hunger while millions more are wastefully overeating. This set of ‘bitten’ silverware highlights the daunting reality of both worldly plagues.” (via DesignMilk) p

Paperself Eyelashes

p The series of works starts serial inspiration design from the Chinese paper-cutting art. The engrave visual effect of the works recur a slip of the traditional culture. Eyelashes not only has been pass down the culture meaning of paper-cutting, but also enrich the story of totem, to show the new fashion and sexy with the beautiful gesture. Link here. p

Fornasetti Vases

p p p ' Fornasetti have released a new limited edition collection of vases produced by Italian company Bitossi Ceramiche. A plaster form of a vase created by Piero Fornasetti in the 50's, never went into production, was discovered in the cellar by his son Barnaba. This is the 'theme' used for the copious 'changes' that seem endless. All the members of this family have a natural inclination to disguise and an elegant humor. On show from February 26 to April 3, 2010 in the Spazio Fornasetti, Corso Matteotti 1/a in Milan. The itinerary exhibition will then travel to New York and be shown on May 15, 2010 at Barneys.' (via Designboom) p

Scott Musgrove

p p p ' Scott Musgrove currently lives in Seattle, Washington. His influences include historical artists such as Hudson River School painters Frederic Church, Albert Bierstadt and Thomas Moran, as well as naturalist artists including John James Audubon. Musgrove’s unique style of figural work carries environmental themes, depicting whimsical, extinct (and fictitious) animal species. The artist’s paintings and sculptures have been exhibited in galleries and museums across the United States and Europe. His new book The Late Fauna of Early North America features lush, highly detailed landscapes and close encounters with many of his strange and beautiful creatures. Musgrove’s carved wooden sculptures, oil paintings, watercolors, ink drawings, and pencil renderings from the field are further complemented by fine details including antique frames and custom gold engraved nameplates to label and identify his specimens. ' (via Jonathan LeVine Gallery) p p

Dzmitry Samal

p p The collection consists of 8 elements, 2 library, 4 shelves and two lamps. Storing system realized in MDF, lamps in semi-transparent plastic with anchors wall attaching system. The collection has certain philosophical meaning, as it reminds us about possible existing of parallel worlds, so the presented pieces are partly hided in nowhere, or ' holded by another world'. Link here. p

James Shepherd

p p p p James Shepherd is a famous American illustrator, among his clients are Walt Disney, Burger King, Kodak, McDonald’s, Ninetendo, Footlocker, Frito Lay, Sony, Heineken and many more. p p

Ayami Kawashima

p p p Ayami Kawashima is a Japanese painter from Tokyo and a current senior student at OTIS College of Art and Design. (via 88Point5) p

Jimbot

p p p " Mostly my influence comes from my childhood, and the fears that followed me as I grew up. Cartoons, comics, fun, insecurities, happiness and anger all intermingle in my work. I bring all of this together in paintings, drawings and mixed media. My work usually deals with the different emotions and feelings: happiness, sadness, curiosity, anger, etc, but more than anything, I like to have fun with my imagery. Usually though, the interpretation of my work is left up to the viewer, letting them establish their own ideas of my world, much like we are left to interperet the real world on our own." - Jimbot p p

Xylon Bikes

p p p Project Xylon comes from the opportunity to innovate and differentiate the culture and tradition of cruising bicycles through a serious and critical approach, involving an ample and profound knowledge of various areas of the creative and technological universe. The fact that our approach is apart from what has been done so far by other enthusiasts characterizes a great deal of our work and approach to bicycles as means of transportation and as a cultural object. Link here. p