The Man’s Book is a veritable one stop guide for all that a man feels he needs to know, and even things that doesn’t.
Interesting in concept, absorbing in execution, Chris Dorosz’ 3D paintings or in the broader sense of the word ‘sculptures’ are most certainly awe inspiring.
Something tells me this will be more of a hit with us nostalgic ‘big’ kids than the youth of today.
Ordinarily, one would of thought a table that was unstable would be completely and utterly useless.
Light writing, a method that was employed almost 100 years ago by Pablo Picasso, is a photographic technique that involves slowing down the shutter speed so the full motion of the light source is captured.
His latest project sees him let loose on the Bristol Museum unleashing his political artistry on the Museum as well as exhibiting some of his own specialist pieces.
A great way to get one over your neighbours.
This Calendar design uses a bottle of ink to to help keep track of exactly where the days went.
A must have for any modern gent.
German car makers Audi have teamed up with Viennese piano-maker Bosendorfer to design a concert grand piano.
A growing trend of men choosing lifestyle and self-improvement magazines.
An incarnation of designer Eric Ku, this chair visually displays the versatility of the English alphabet. Called the ‘One and Three chair’ the project redeifines the concept of the chair…
The concept is a good one.
Useful, yet quirky.
A penchant for the unusual.
The red clay we know and love.
A gripping novel surrounding President John F. Kennedy’s personality and life as president.
The digital world of Mario real life board game.
In an age where customer service is key.