DoggieLoveDoll is the latest pet product by PetSmilling. The doll’s body comes in three sizes small, medium and large. The product also comes with a tube of water-based intimate lubricant, to increase the useful life of the doll. Picture after the jump. Continue reading “Doggie Love Doll”
A very creative project by Diego Stocco, the project located in his garden and according to him, all the sounds purely come from playing the tree, by bowing the twigs, shaking the leaves, playing rhythms on the cortex and so on. He recorded the tracks live on a Pro Tools LE system with 2 Røde NT6 and a NTG-2 as microphones, combined with a customized stethoscope. No synthesizer or sampler to create or modify the sounds too. Cool eh? More pictures and video after the jump. Continue reading “Music From A Tree By Diego Stocco”
I find this teddy bear coat so cool, what do you think?. I have no idea how much does it cost but if you feel like having one, you might try to contact Mr. Sebastian Errazuriz. For pictures after the jump. Continue reading “Teddy Bear Coat By Sebastian Errazuriz”
Impressive video presentation by Gate11 studio (Team: Conny Unger, Arnd Buss von Kuk, Daniel Stacherdinger ) for the BMW Concept Car : Gina.
BMW Group comissioned gate11 to develop and produce a spot for their latest concept car, nicknamed GINA. The revolutionary design choices made by the BMW designers called for high aesthetics when it came to developing the look and feel of this piece.
The spot premiered at the reopening of the BMW Museum in Munich and was very well received. GINA went on to make a strong impact on car lovers and transportation designers world wide.
Video after the jump. Continue reading “BMW Concept Car: GINA”
Go green, don’t throw away your used tin cans. Now you can reuse them as household items, such as a vase, soap dispenser, sugar caster, tea and coffee canisters, toothbrush holder, money box and desk tidy. Thanks to Jack Bresnahan who invented these plastic lids to turn used cans into useful household items. Pictures after the jump. Continue reading “Tin Can Lids by Jack Bresnahan”