cool stuff found on interwebs

 by kate mccgwire thank you www.myloveforyou.com for image
this lamp by laura jugmann drips very slowly at room temp. thank you moco loco for images


a few things from ICFF weekend

-cool cabinets: jspr

-best store on mott st.: A DETACHER

-lovely product photography: STUDIO DUNN

-fun: RS Barcelona



final prototype shots by kyle johnson

faraday  by free time industries : from concept - to final prototype - to heller gallery may 7-28  
... this is what we have been working on for that past few weeks

preliminary computer concept rendering

thank you emmett and christopher. xxx


my pals in print and in the art world - so proud

ashley rose helvey [danken danken] - hand felted yurt and treats tonight! 3623 fremont ave. n 7-9 at coming soon

frank correa and nick bartoletti - show at 619 building

dr. emily murray [my big sis] - published in the american journal of epidemiology

{far4 } - porcelain keys in house beautiful 

iacoli and mcallister - new york times style magazine

kyle johnson - has the cover of this weeks portland mercury 


tokujin yoshioka: 'spectrum'

tokujin yoshioka: spectrum
museum. beyondmuseum, seoul
may 1st to june 30th, 2010

'rainbow church'
image © designboom

one of the newest and much anticipated works of the exhibition is yoshioka's 'rainbow church',
consisting of hundreds of crystal prisms, arranged in a 9-meter-high stained glass installation
which flood the museum space with spectrums of color.

tokujin took some time out from setting up to speak to designboom about the exhibition
obstacles and the installation of 'rainbow church':

'everything was difficult. starting with the selection of the venue... maybe about a year ago
the museum contacted me to ask whether I was interested in presenting the project with them.
I didn't confirm and looked for an alternative venue for 'rainbow church'. just three months ago
I finalized the proposal.(...) the building has a high ceiling, but to build 'rainbow church',
I had to modify the walls to make the right angle in order to install the prisms. it is 9.2 m high
and 500 crystal prisms are used to create the effect I wanted. we spent a week to build it.' - TY