New York based Italian designer Alessandro Novelli/N9ve created this video, animating alphabets, where each alphabet represents the start of a font name. A treat for typography as well.
We’re assuming now that Goku doesn’t need to rely on the Nimbus for much of his traveling, he had it converted into a pendant lamp, because why not? The lamp is the creation of designer Dominic Wilcox, who found a light bulb surrounded by polystyrene balls looked remarkably like a cloud, and thus went on to give the polystyrene balls the look of a lamp, creating the Nimbus.
The Vulcan fireplace has little to do with Spock or the Star Trek franchise, but whenever we hear words like these, the connection seems to come automatically. Anyways, this nifty fireplace is fit for indoor as well as outdoor use, and its unique style and design makes it quite desirable. Costs $1593.
Located in downtown Dubai on a man-made lake, this fountain cost $218 million to build. It’s 902 feet long, has 6600 lights, 25 colored projectors and can shoot water up to 50 storeys high.
Wearing a robe sure as hell isn’t going to make you Yoda, but you might as well give it a shot, and put your self-respect on line. Costs $79.
Preparing for the zombie apocalypse, you may already have stocked weapons and zombie-proofed your vehicles. No matter what precautions you take, you may one day find yourself in a staring match with the zombies. That’s where the benefits of the Boo! interactive installation come into play. The idea of the installation appears somewhat simple, with the zombies behaving like ghosts from Super Mario World. If observers are looking at them, the zombies stay put; turn your head or close your eyes, and the zombies move forward.
Book of Art from Isaac Salazar is the artist’s way of recyling/putting old books to use. Rather than let the books sit on some obscure shelf and collect dust, or worse, end up in the landfill, the artist carves and converts them into these amazing and intricate pieces of art.