Monthly Archives: June 2012


Converse Shoe Pants

Converse Shoe Pants, created by Sebastian Errazuriz.


Millefiori: Ferrofluid mixed with water colors


Fabian Oefner creates these arresting images by combining ferrofluids with watercolors. Magnetizing the ferrofluid forms channels along the magnetic field lines, pooling the colors in patterns that look much like psychedelic brains. Find out more about the project at



FF Chartwell is a tool for easily creating graphs, disguised as a font. It utilizes OpenType to interpret and visualize the data. The data also remains editable, allowing for painless updates.


Unfortunately, webfonts are not supported. Aside from that, this is absolutely brilliant.

Awesome Stuff

Minimalist Lego Re-enactments of Classic Sci-Fi Movie Scenes

There is nothing about this that I do not love.

Flickr Pool

Awesome Stuff Technology

Hermetus Bottle Opener & Resealer

Sometimes, after you open a beer bottle, you wish you could reseal it. For those moments, the Hermetus Bottle Opener & Resealer might perfectly suit your purposes.


Awesome Technology

Measuring Universe

Awesome Technology

This is happening now.

Timelapse photography from the international space station by Don Petit, via Smithsonian Magazine.

Awesome Technology

ten timeframes

If we are going to ask people, in the form of our products, in the form of the things we make, to spend their heartbeats—if we are going to ask them to spend their heartbeats on us, on our ideas, how can we be sure, far more sure than we are now, that they spend those heartbeats wisely?


-Paul Ford

Ten Timeframes, an incredible essay on time, measurement, product and the very purpose of our lives. Heartbeats well spent.


art at rivington and bowery



Sunset and the Williamsburg bridge