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Cyberoptix Tie Lab: Ties That Don’t Suck...

Although it’s becoming less and less common to have to wear suits, shirts and ties to work. Many are choosing to wear shirts and ties as casual wear as a fashion statement. You will always feel sharper in smarter in a nice fitting shirt, but it’s difficult to find unique ties that don’t fall into the novelty or cheese category. Detroit based Bethany Shorb, makes hand screenprinted ties and sells them on her Etsy store under the shop name Cyberoptix Tie Lab. There are a whole bunch of nice designs, great colours with both artistic and dark themed images printed on quality silk and microfibre ties. Pirate ships, razors, cameras, victorian patterns and all kinds of miscellany. They...

posted on: Apr 10, 2010 | author: Edna

Lazer Cut Clocks by Kitsune Noir x Dan Funderburgh...

Neverend is an interesting collaborative project resulting a series of handmade clocks featuring artwork laser-etched into a thick piece of russian birch plywood with beautifully designed hands. For the first release in the series, Furni have teamed up with designer Bobby Solomon, founder of Kitsune Noir and Brooklyn-based Dan Funderburgh. The piece is painstakingly detailed with a neo-victotorian pattern. The outcome is nothing short of stunning, the woodgrain gives the piece depth and the etching just makes more a work of art than something to tell the time by. The series is limited to 88 pieces and is available exclusively through furnicreations. – Limited edition of 88 / 44 natural & 44 black – Measure 16″ high x 9″ wide /...

Lazer Cut Clocks by Kitsune Noir x Dan Funderburgh
posted on: Apr 8, 2010 | author: Edna

Wu-Note Project: Remixing Album Art

Designer Logan Walters has come up with the Wu-Note Project. He has set himself out to redesign all the classic album cover artwork for the Wu-Tang Discography, which is notorious for some horribly aged artwork.

Wu-Note Project: Remixing Album Art
posted on: Jun 2, 2009 | author: Edna

Handmade Recycled Beer Glasses

Drink beer. Save the World. I’m usually not that excited by recycled homewares, but I do like well designed novelty goods, am a fan of handmade things and I certainly like things related the alcohol consumption.

Handmade Recycled Beer Glasses
posted on: Jun 2, 2009 | author: Edna

Japanese Tattoo Table

The unfortunately named ‘Yakuza’ is a digitally tattooed wooden table by Reddish Studio. It looks like it’s part of a collection. We have no idea what the ‘digital tattoo’ process involves, but it definitely looks pretty cool. It’s made out of veneered MDF with some kind of digital printing technology.

Japanese Tattoo Table
posted on: Jun 1, 2009 | author: Edna

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