Stay-Brella: a stable umbrella designed by Nendo. Smart.
In case you’ve never seen Playtime, you should.
– This 4-Port Sliding Smart Hub instantly adds four extra USB ports where there once was one.
– Seriously touching: Woman Photoshops Herself Into Her Mom’s Childhood Pictures For Touching Photo Series
– What a bummer! United Pixelworkers is closing shop.
– I think I know what I am getting G for the holidays: The Access Case.
– It’s a mitten, it’s a flask. It made me laugh!
– I am dreaming of driving a snazzy stick shift on these windy roads.
– Storest – a seriously adorable app for kids to play store.
– Love the look of this Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay A2 Bluetooth speaker.
– SurgeProtector helps you call an Uber to the nearest location without surge pricing.
– I love this Cardboard Mushroom.
– This lake cabin! A dream!
– The Language of Lying: Animated Primer on How to Detect Deception
– The 3 Most Valuable Leadership Traits according to Simon Sinek
– NeoCover is a standard light switch cover that has super-strong rare earth neodymium magnets inside, and that allows you to hang your keys, favorite pen, or even tools from it.
– I grew up with a ski lift in front of my door on the Swiss country side. I used to go night skiing as a kid, granted without LED lights. Oh, the memories.
– This phone case/stand made me giggle.
A big thank you to Bradley Pitts Studio for sponsoring this week of my RSS Feed.
The Yearlight Calendar is a site-specific calendar made-to-order for your location. Beautiful visualizations display the timing of sunrise, sunset, dawn, and dusk, every day of the year. Available for any location on Earth from Brooklyn-based artist Bradley Pitts.
As seen at the Guggenheim, New Museum, and Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum.
My studiomate and friend Bas Berkhout just released this beauty of a mini documentary on Mac Premo. Mac is one of the most talented creative forces I know here in Brooklyn. You might know Mac for his art, his video on Oliver Jeffers or for the most recent U2 video, Ordinary Love. He’s a force of nature. I hugely admire his artistic courage and talent.
Thank you Bas for giving us this honest, raw glimpse into Mac’s life.
Slope by Dekke is the most beautiful iPad stand I have seen to date. It uses suction, taking inspiration from the suction mechanism in the toe pads of the Gecko lizard!
Laser Cat is coming to NYC. The gigantic laser-shooting art spectacle is eating art from New York’s agencies and blasting them onto the Manhattan Bridge, pew pew!
New Yorkers come and experience this intergalactic art exhibition slash impromptu dance party on Thursday 20 Nov 6:30 – 9:30PM EST.
(yours truly is making a small appearance in that video above)
I know what I am making this weekend: Caramelized Apple Tarte Tatin.
A big thank you to Stated Magazine for sponsoring this week of my RSS Feed.
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All images on this site were taken on board the International Space Station, which completes an orbit of the Earth in 93 minutes at an altitude of around 400 km and an average speed of 28,000 km/h. Stunning. Scroll! Scroll! Scroll!
A big thank you to Get It Right (GIR) for sponsoring this week of my RSS Feed.
Get It Right (GIR) makes kitchen tools with attitude. Their flagship unibody silicone spatula is the internet’s best-reviewed spat — and the internet never lies.
The folks at GIR are launching a Kickstarter campaign for a series of silicone lids to top any pot or turn any bowl into a storage container (seeing is believing). To get in on the action, check out their campaign here.
“Respectful communication under conflict or opposition is an essential and truly awe-inspiring ability.”
– Bryant McGill
“Once you free yourself from the need for perfect acceptance, it’s a lot easier to launch work that matters.”
– Seth Godin