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Posted by Suzie Wong | December 27th, 2011 Share

“Know that the Internet has no eraser” – Liz Strauss (via)

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Hedonism(y) Trojaner By Babis

Hedonism(y) Trojaner By Babis

German artist Babis created this sculpture named ‘hedonism(y) trojaner’ out of recycled resin, computer cables and buttons. This sculpture is a replica of Trojan horse, it might be known to you from the greek mythology, where it granted the Greeks access to the city of Troja. The artist wants to tell us an unpleasant truth, …

Designy Temporary Tattoos out of NYC

Designy Temporary Tattoos out of NYC

Long time ago I have been a fellow student and classmate to Tina Roth (at that time without Eisenberg) in Munich, Germany. We both studied communication design, both are New York City lovers and both discovered the internet (design) during our old school days. After graduating, Tina went to New York to work in a …

Real-Time Remote Control Over The Internet

Real-Time Remote Control Over The Internet

Paper+Internet+Creativity = reaDIYmate. They are fun Wifi paper companions by Paris based duo Marc Chareyron and Olivier Mével that move and play sounds depending on what's happening in your digital life. Assemble them in 10 minutes, link them to your digital life (Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, ifttt, SoundCloud, RSS …) or control them remotely in …

The Ultimate "Get Stuff Done" Set

The Ultimate “Get Stuff Done” Set

Tattly + Field Notes have teamed up to bring the ultimate "get stuff done" ($15) set. Armed with three of the planet's finest notebooks and three Tattlys to get you in the working mood, the owner of this set is ready to take on the world. There were only a handful of these sets made …

Where Are The Letters?

Where Are The Letters?

Taking minimalism to a whole new level, Das Keyboard 4 Ultimate ($169) mechanical keyboard is a completely blank keyboard for programmers, internet surfers, freelancers and others who work eight to 12 hours a day at their computers. Because they know their keyboard is the tool they touch the most, making it the most important tool in …

A Mirror That Lets You See Different Perspectives

A Mirror That Lets You See Different Perspectives

Due to the angle, the #180 Mirror (roughly $240) designed by halb/halb, you see two different perspectives of the room or the thing in front of it. Why? Because it’s bent. A wood base-connection is fixed on the back. There it can be suspended in three positions, to rotate the front angle accordingly. Depending on the …

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