Objects, furniture and pendant light by French designer Sam Baron
previously: Mattia Bonetti’s work here and there
This is the VR Tenga demo, a sex simulator prototype made for an Oculus Rift game jam held in Japan.
It uses some basic software, the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset and Tenga, a Japanese masturbation toy.
The user is supposed to insert his penis into the Tenga, which is synchronized to the visual stimulation given by the headset, in this case an anime character giving a handjob.
More info here. Link to youtube video.
Ancient Greek clay anthrakia aka coal-fuel stove, used for cooking and heating, found at the Archaeological museum of Delos, Greece.
Japanese split-toed garden boots, made of flexible but durable vulcanized natural rubber and nylon reinforcement, buy at Objects of Use
Ai Weiwei creating the Colored Vases, part of the installation According to What? at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C., 2012. Gr8 and simple idea..
Photo: Cathy Carver - via
previously: Studies of Perspective
Rugs made from textured strips of colored carpet fabric by Swedish artist Jonathan Josefsson
via i’m revolting
check out these imaginative carpets: warzone carpet, landcarpet, landpeel, mangas naturales, teddybears and some more from recycled materials
Kombu Dwellings, 2010
lacquered wood containers, collaboration with Gero Grundmann and Japanese artisans.
Tidal Ossuary, 2009
Various vessels made of found animal bones, silver and steel.
Cow leather benches, 2005
Co-Existence installation, 2009
9000 Petri-dishes with images of bacteria colonies, perspex, lighting
All works from German born -London based multidisciplinary designer Julia Lohmann
Crucifix Surge Protector by Alexander Pincus. More pictures and info in Hometone.
Link to Amen I.
The Human Speaker collar by Nic Wallenberg is able to turn one’s mouth into a speaker.
It bypasses the vocal chords and transmits vibrations directly into the upper throat so wearers can play music by only moving their lips and mouth.
Each collar can produce up to two music notes at a time, so the more people using the collars together the more complex the compositions can become.
Via juxtapoz. Link to video.
Yes it exists! Its a work of artist Nickolay Lamm and its based on measurments of an average healthy 19-year-old woman and it raises awarenes over anorexia and increasing body hatred among young women.
iIf a Barbie existed in reality, her head would be two inches larger than the average U.S. woman’s, her waist would be 19 inches smaller and her hips would be 11 inches smaller. Her waist would be four inches thinner than her head and so her body wouldn’t have the room it needs to hold all of its vital organs ( would contain half a liver and few incehs of intestines), and her uber-skinny ankles and child-size feet would make it necessary for her to walk on all fours.Plus she wouldn’t be able to support her head because the neck would be unaturally long and thin. In other words, if Barbie existed would be on a wheel chair, wearing a cervical colar and connected to feeding tubes. And yes she would also be blond, slim and long leged but certainly not so glamorous!
Via Huffington Post.
Click here to see “How a Barbie Body Measures Up To Real Bodies” in infografics !
Konstruktor, is a DIY fully-functional 35mm SLR camera that you can buy from Lomography, a community dedicated to analogue photography.
via prosthetic knowledge