Here’s an old-school solution to a new problem. This clock acts as a whiteboard, so you can write in deadlines and meetings and then as those times pass, the minute hand erases them. Scheduling just became easier and who’d have thought that it would be at the hands of analog machinery? (via Engadget)
Archive for November, 2009
The blogosphere is buzzin’ about this one and rightfully so. Maple block print of one of the most decorated symbols in the English language. This would be such a sweet gift for any design-geeks out there (i.e. me). I can totally see this on my bookshelf, next to my ’86 METS autographed baseball. Buy it here and mad props to Swiss Miss for always dishin’ on the good.
We’re hitting you with this month’s mixtape today to get you up and moving after Thanksgiving. The mix features Spoon, Strokes front man Julian Casablancas solo project and more.
This one’s on the pricier side but damn, you definitely get your money’s worth. Republic Bike assembles custom bicycles based on shared design. Pick, choose and swap whatever components and color that floats your boat and Republic Bike will build it, box it and ship it right to your door. Bikes go for $399 so if you’re looking for a go-big gift, Republic Bike will do no wrong. Check out all the options here.
America’s favorite burrito chain got a new look and it’s totally aces. The new packaging consists of hand-drawn messages from customers, employees and even ingredients. It’s the perfect branding to make you forget that they’re owned by McDonalds. Check out more photos over at Lovely Package. The soda cup is my favorite.
“Things must be destroyed so that they can be created.” This is the philosophy behind artist David Carson and his incredibly vibrant work. If you’re anywhere within five thousand miles of Beacon, make sure you find a way to check out his awesome new Monsters Installation. Here’s a sneak peek. You’ll never think of mashups the same.