Monday, 23 January 2012


(From top right, clockwise; "Hampstead" by Little Greene, "Peter Pan" by Emma Moloney, "Baroque" by Barbara Hulanicki, "Logpile" by Roddy and Ginger) 

When I grow up, I want a job that pays enough money so I can afford to buy lovely designer wall papers like these. My personal favourite is the Peter Pan one - which typically is the one with the shittest picture. They're all super expensive so at the moment my only chance of physically getting my hands on them is to order the free samples, it could take a while to build up a decent collection to actually be able to do something with them...

Sunday, 22 January 2012

Have one for Physics

This a pretty neat project commissioned by the Institute of Physics and designed by New Future Graphic with the aim to get pub goers thinking more about the gadgets we use and the physics behind them whilst having a pint. 

Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Disco Heaven

If I was Prime Minister I think I would make this compulsory for everywhere; a giant disco ball hung up by a crane casting crazy light shadows everywhere. 
It's the genius idea of Michel de Broin, his aim by creating  'La MaĆ®tresse de la Tour Eiffel' was to bring the starry night sky to the citizens of Paris. I think it should be made a permenant fixture to the city as opposed to the one night installation that it sadly was.  

Friday, 13 January 2012

Imagined Landscapes

Thank you to Freddie for the link to these; called Imagined Landscapes it's by a guy called Kyle Kirkpatrick. Is it a bit strange that I want to sit for hours and stroke the texture of all the cut away pages? Maybe... It also makes me remember year 10 geography and learning about contour lines when being taught how to read a map... Again, maybe a bit strange?

Monday, 2 January 2012

Transparent Cities

Photos by a guy called Ward Roberts from a series called Billions. No photoshop involved which is nice and refreshing, the layered effect is achieved by using reflections in the glass from other buildings and positioned mirrors, clever stuff.