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Archive for May 28th, 2009

It’s a gelatin mold in the shape of a crawling zombie torso from Think Geek.   Now your children’s parties will be complete 😛

zombie-gellatin-mold

via Gizmodo

This years ICFF in New York showcased these ingenious lightshades made from repurposed materials.

plastic spoon chandelier by daisuke hiraiwaPlastic Spoon Chandelier by Daisuke Hiraiwa

toothpick light by daisuke hiraiwaToothpick Chandelier also by Daisuke Hiraiwa

prattsweaterlamp1Sweater Sleeve Lamp by Sara Ebert

twice recycled scarp cardboard lights by graypantsTwice Recycled Scrap Cardboard Lights by Graypants

via Inhabitat

Shopdropping Montreal is a Montreal based collective of artists and designers who take part in the act of Shopdropping.

Shopdrop – to covertly place merchandise on display in a store.  A form of ‘Culture Jamming’, as defined by Ryan Watkins Hughes, creator of shopdropping.net.

Well – you heard the man… grab some of your doodles and head for Tesco 😛

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via NOTCOT

Chad Hagen’s Nonsense Info Graphs are making me smile today – I want them!  They’re graphs that chart… nothing in particular.  See more here on Flickr, and while you’re over there check out Chad’s other work – it’s every bit as awesome.

chad-hagen- nonsense info 4

chad-hagen nonsense info 2

chad-hagen nonsense info1

chad-hagen- nonsense info 3

via Grain Edit

Craftster member NynaeveAS has made this excellent purse from repurposed license plates and has kindly shared the tutorial – see it here. I might just have a go at making one of these (any excuse to play with power tools :)).

LicensePlatePurse on craftster

license plate purse on craftster


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