Deer Hydro Towers by Design Depot

Juxtapoz // Sunday, April 08, 2012
One thing we have learned (of many) as we have been traveliing through Sri Lanka this past week is how ugly and eye-soring a power line can be in lush, beautiful environments. That is why we love the Deer shaped hydro tower concept designed by Moscow-based Design Depot.

Super Mario Bros Question Box Lamp

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 02, 2012
Who says you can't be a kid again? Here we have a custom made, touch sensitive Question Block Lamp inspired by the iconic Super Mario Bros Nintendo game. The lamp is 6 inches by 6 inches by 6 inches,  made of laser-cut plexiglass and lit from inside by energy-efficient LED. How does it work? Hit the bottom of the cube and you'll get both light and the classic coin noise.

Play With Your Food Plates by Boguslaw Sliwinski

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 20, 2012
It is a national holiday here in the USA, so we are having a bit more fun with our selections for the blog today. First up, Play With Your Food Plates, a clevely designed series by Boguslaw Sliwinski. We have no idea about that name.

Bang-Bang Handle by Nikita Kovalev

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 06, 2012
Russian designer Nikita Kovalev has created something that will make the entry to your home/apartment a more adventurous task: the bang-bang handle, a gun as door handle creation. Perhaps your parents won't like it, but we do.

Adolfo Correa

Illustration // Wednesday, February 01, 2012
The work of Adolfo Correa is the result of his inner search to experiment styles, shapes, colours and techniques in order to learn and, as a result, develop his own potent and functional style for the world of graphics, advertising and the visual expression of contemporary design.

New Release: The Great American Cereal Book

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 25, 2012
There is a unifying conversation (especially amongst Americans) one can have with someone of their same group revolving around the topic of cereal and cereal box art. Think about it, kids remember what Mr T's cereal looked like, or the box of Cookie Crisp or even how incredible Smurf Berry Crunch tasted. Now there is a book that captures that spirit: The Great American Cereal Book. In a word, finally.

The Black Axe

Illustration // Friday, January 20, 2012
The Black Axe is a high impact creative and design studio founded in the murky, gator-ridden swamps of Orlando, Florida in 2008. Their vibrant illustration and design work has graced the surfaces of everything from band merch and apparel to full custom busses and they're not stopping yet.

Cereal Couture

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 02, 2012
We want you to get into 2012 on the right foot, and we found this series of "conceptual" cereal box designs, looking at the most common breakfast food as a luxury item, and thought we should remind everyone to start their day with a good meal. And Gucci Fruit Loops.

A Christmas Tree Popsicle by Gianni Zanin

Juxtapoz // Sunday, December 25, 2011
We saw this on DesignBoom this morning, and we thought, you know what, a Christmas tree popsicle seems like a great design idea. We sort of hoped for maybe some ornament coloring, but solid green from Italian designer, Gianni Zanin, looks great.

The Nail Lamp by Ilias Ernst

Juxtapoz // Sunday, December 18, 2011
The technical name of Dutch designer Ilias Ernst's lamp is the Nail Cloud. The piece is a "customizable lamp that’s made up of nails and magnets," with each nail positioned around the light with the help of magnets. And each person can move the nails around for their own custom light look.


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