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Reboot and Reset with Bruce Sterling

Reboot and Reset with Bruce Sterling

Posted 12 July 2009 | By | Categories: activism, better world, consciousness, consumerism, creativity, culture, design, emily approved, environment, furniture, gardening, happiness, health, interconnected, sustainability, technology, video | 1 Comment

Objects are printouts – not treasures, not things to stocpkpile. Our posessions are frozen social relationships. Think of them as hours of time and volumes of space. Reassess the objects in your space and time. What is most important?

Furniture Typeface

Furniture Typeface

Posted 20 May 2009 | By | Categories: creativity, design, furniture, typography | No Comments

Furniture Typeface by Cody Haltom, created for High Fashion Home in Houston.

links for 2008-02-22: Design to Inspire

links for 2008-02-22: Design to Inspire

Posted 22 February 2008 | By | Categories: animals, art, creativity, culture, design, furniture, links, shopping, technology, typography | No Comments

More images of the show . (tags: moma art patterns scale nano informationvisualization technology ) Gotham ยป A Font We Can Believe In Obama’s main “change” banner font is Gotham, designed by Hoefler & Frere-Jones for GQ to be something that would look fresh, yet established, to have a credible voice to it. … Mission accomplish (tags: typography politics obama gotham fonts typeface ) Endemic – New Zealand Design Store online outpost of devonport, auckland, nz based Endemic, devoted to artist and designer made fashion, publications, art toys and a wide range of playful imaginings. (tags: playful design creative shopping newzealand endemic artbooks )

NY Design Week Highlights: Haute Green & ICFF

NY Design Week Highlights: Haute Green & ICFF

Posted 21 May 2007 | By | Categories: consumerism, culture, design, emily approved, fashion, furniture, love, nyc, observations, senses, shopping, taste | No Comments

corona solar lighta solar powered outdoor LED lighting system that can be staked to the ground, attached to a wall or placed on a tabletop. uses no glues or fasteners and is easy to diassemble for recycling.

links for 2006-11-27

Posted 27 November 2006 | By | Categories: animals, art, branding, consumerism, culture, design, environment, food, furniture, happiness, interconnected, links, science, senses, shopping, taste, technology, video, webstuff | No Comments

Xerox Seeks Erasable Form of Paper for Copiers – New York Times Brinda Dalal, Xerox “Garbologist,” discovered a notable change in the role of paper in modern offices, where it’s increasingly used as a medium of display rather than storage. Documents are stored on central servers and personal computers and printed only as needed; for […]

out of thin air – sketch furniture by front

Posted 05 November 2006 | By | Categories: art, culture, design, emily approved, furniture, video | 1 Comment

Is it possible to let the first sketch become the object, to design directly in space?The four members of FRONT make it possible to materialise hand made sketches through using a unique method where they combine two highly developed techniques.Invisible pen strokes in the air recorded with Motion Capture become digital 3D-files. Through Rapid Prototyping, the files are materialised into real pieces of furniture.

links for 2006-06-13

Posted 13 June 2006 | By | Categories: branding, consumerism, culture, furniture, links, nyc, passions, shopping | No Comments

Turning Rivers Into Playgrounds – New York Times Fun along the NYC waterfront, including kayaking! (Picture at right is from my own kayaking on the Hudson adventures.) (tags: nyc kayak hudsonriver hudsonriverpark pier63) New American Dream – Conscious Consumer information to make informed choices in the marketplace to protect the environment, enhance quality of life […]