Thursday, March 31, 2011

NLC Design #6: Hakuchi



I've been a fan of Hakuchi's (Shohei Otomo) illustrations for a while now - so when I found the above video, I had to share.

When he whips out that sharping I JUMPED!

Saturday, March 26, 2011

NLC Design #5: Inventables


Inventables is an amazing site - so amazing that I found out about it from my pal Pee-wee Herman.

This is what they say about themselves...
Inventables is the innovator’s hardware store.

We sell materials that designers, artists, and inventors use to develop new products and push the boundaries of what's possible.

Above is their Thin Wood Veneer, but that they have other amazing things too - they sell LiTriCon!

And the whole Inventables Team went down to Millennium Park one day to take pics!

Saturday, March 19, 2011

thingmakers


Thingmakers is a 3D printing conference talking place in London on May 4th 2011...

If you are/will be in the UK around that time and are interested, read more at thingmakers.org.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Embossed at Home


This was made by laser cutting a template and then running it though an embossing mill with gasket rubber which pushed the paper through. So cool.

From David Scott Cole.

Etsy.com shop.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Thursday, March 10, 2011

CHROMAesthesiae


This is a laser cut work from softlab. It is a installation for Devotion Gallery made of laser cut printed photo paper that is then held together with binder clips.

Image courtesy of Designboom.

Friday, March 4, 2011

NLC Design #4: Sergey G. Makarov


Time to venture into the strange...

Sergey G. Makarov has a web site devoted to his work called Hammer.bas.lv - hammer is used to inject some "pep" in the sense of the way people jumps when they hit their thumbs with a hammer.


I found out about Sergey when looking up tensegrity and found his space architecture (models shown above).

So check out Sergey Makarov's site for some really cool stuff.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Labyrinth Head


This I would assume is laser cut from steel, but the scale is very hard to discern from the pic.

From Dimitris Fotiou.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011