Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Venice in legos

images from uÊba

All things Mushrooms | What I want now!

I love all things mushrooms. They are so cute and delicious. They are also make great home decor. A couple days ago I found these tiny mushrooms growing in my backyard. And no, they are not magic mushrooms. I just wanted to pick them up and eat.
Mushroom LED Floor Lamp from Simon Duff - $1,750 AUD 
Mushroom Soup Wall sticker $ 74.75

 
Mushroom Soup Wallpaper $126.50

Mushroom Soup Pillow $110.00
 shop here 

Monday, March 29, 2010

Post Apocalyptic

Ya this feels like Monday at work to me. I see destruction everywhere.


Post Apocalyptic “Indication-Ginza Chuo Dori” 67×78.7㎝ lithograph 2005
“Indication-Ginza Chuo Dori” 67×78.7cm lithograph 2005


Post Apocalyptic “Revelation-Ameyoko Ⅰ” 44.5×50.5㎝ lithograph 2004
 “Revelation-Ameyoko Ⅰ” 44.5×50.5cm lithograph 2004

Post Apocalyptic “Indication-Shibuya Center Town” 64×115.5㎝ lithograph 2005  by Hisaharu Motoda
“Indication-Shibuya Center Town” 64×115.5cm lithograph 2005 
above images by Hisaharu Motoda

Post Apocalyptic

Post Apocalyptic

Post Apocalyptic
last 3 images via this thread

Andreas Gefeller

Andreas Gefeller, a German photographer, added some new photos to his Supervisions series. He photographed the floors of each room in the Academy of Arts in Düsseldorf, Germany. This reminds me of good old days back in art school. Each photo is actually assembled from many single photos, which he took from around 2 meters above the floor. The result is very intriguing!

Friday, March 26, 2010

Insect love

I know..aren't these amazing! I have these images on my computer for years. They are so nice and graphic. I have no idea where they come from. Anyone?

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Out of this world

What an amazing place.
 image by Dr. Christian Klepp
image via naturfotografen
This exceptional geyser landscape in Nevada appears to be of extraterrestrial origin. The geyser discharges boiling water out of three vents heated by an active magma chamber in shallow depth below this area. The geyser is located in the middle of a dried-up lake that covered 22.000 km² at the end of the last ice age. Volcanic basalt lava builds up the bedrock below the sediments of the former lake. These lava eruptions occurred during the ice age. The appearance of this landscape often changed during the last 10.000 years. Probably its most unusual and beautiful today.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Bamboo Stool

Bamboo stool found here
Bamboo is a popular choice of material these days, because of its high sustainability. Growing up in Asia it's hard for me to imagine that a typical thing like bamboo furniture could be this modern. This stool is simple yet well constructed. I don't know if they got inspiration from dim sum steamer or not, but this makes me hungry looking at it.


Typhoon Mini Dim Sum Steamers

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Veng, Robot Will Kill


Brooklyn Based Artist, Veng from Robot Will Kill has given a new look to street art. I been admiring these character designs for quite sometimes now. His influence from 15th century Flemish paintings made these designs feel like a fairy tale. It's totally refreshing to see.
by ECB, Veng, and Chris from Robots Will Kill
by Chris and Veng Robot Will Kill
images via flickr and vandalog 
read an interview with Veng Robot Will Kill here

Monday, March 22, 2010

Vogue spring patterns

Yes Spring is here and these photos are so appropriate. I found these wonderful photos a few years ago from Italian Vogue by Steve Meisel. When I had to design a branding for woman television. These pictures are so visually interesting to look at. I find my self going back to these photos ever since then. I love the idea of mixing pattern on pattern. Just makes me wanna be covered with tattoos and wear flowery pattern.
Italian Vogue by Steve Meisel

Italian Vogue by Steve Meisel

Italian Vogue by Steve Meisel

Italian Vogue by Steve Meisel

Italian Vogue by Steve Meisel

Italian Vogue by Steve Meisel

Italian Vogue by Steve Meisel
via vogue

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Banana Bread

I have to say that Banana Bread I made yesterday was GOOD! This is probably one of the easiest things I ever made. Thanks to Hema and her recent vacation to Hawaii. She got me this banana bread mix. I know it's a cheat, but this bread is so soft and moist. Unlike supermarket cake mix.
I'm not sure if I should call this bread or cake. 
The package says it's a bread but the texture is quit soft like cake. 
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