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Analogue Camera Hero from Japan: The Blackbird,fly...

In the current world of photography, the old analogue guard are really being crushed by the way of digital. Polaroid ceased production this year, lomo is gettin a little old – it’s not looking great for analogue lovers. Well everywhere, except of course, Japan. Where the awesomely named company called Superheadz – released the blackbird,fly. It’s an antique styled twin-lens reflex camera, and unlike most of those types – it uses standard 35mm film as opposed to (the relatively hard to come by, and more expensive) 120 film. It can even shoot square images on standard 35mm film. Nice! We love square things. The camera itself also looks pretty cool, we love the retro 1920s styling and the...

Analogue Camera Hero from Japan: The Blackbird,fly
posted on: Nov 7, 2008 | author: Edna

Customisable Mini Graphics

3M have teamed up with Mini Cooper to offer “Original Wraps” a series of customisable graphics for the Mini. Printed on 3M vinyl and laminate they start as low as $10 and top out at $350. There’s a range of options, from simple badges and A panel wraps through to roof tops, stripes, interiors and whole vehicle jobs. Plus the wraps are all removable and residue free, meaning you can change them should your spongebob squarepants graphic start to feel a bit played out. There is an absolutely huge collection of designs ready to go and if you can’t find one you like, there’s also an option for printing a custom image which is very cool, and probably...

Customisable Mini Graphics
posted on: Oct 8, 2008 | author: thedirtymexican

New Nano

So for those of you who aren’t massive apple slaves fanboys addicts evangelists. Steve Jobs held this big event in San Francisco which they labelled ‘Let’s Rock’. They announced a whole bunch of new stuff, which you can read all about at places like engadget and iphoneuserguide. None of it is particularly mindblowing. The only thing that really mattered was the new ipod nano, which is now: – 6.4mm thick – 8gb or 16gb – AUD$199 and $279 respectively – Comes in even more colours I kinda like the purple one.  via engadget UPDATE: Forgot to mention the cutest feature. You shake the ipod it to ‘shuffle’ to a random...

New Nano
posted on: Sep 10, 2008 | author: Edna

Light Emitting Wallpaper, very pretty

So this industrial designer named Jonas Samson, who hails from the Netherlands – has developed some pretty neat looking light emitting wallpaper. With Jonas Samson’s high-tech light-emitting wallpaper it’s possible to use a two-dimensional flat surface as light source instead of a 3D object. As long as the wallpaper is turned ‘off’, it is indistinguishable as a source of light. Instead, it is just what it appears to be: wallpaper. Pretty Cool. Probably very expensive – since the non light emitting variety of designer wallpaper can be expensive enough. According to Daily Candy London, Jonas is now taking orders by phone (+31 6190 84445) or email. link Jonas Samson via Apartment...

Light Emitting Wallpaper, very pretty
posted on: Sep 2, 2008 | author: Edna

No it’s not a Lego Clock – but a Lego Calendar...

At DEGOURGET we love Lego things, we love modular things and we love flippy things. This calendar is all of those things. Awesome. And look, the arrangement possibilities are endless. This is obviously not officially licensed Lego merchandise, but it’s damn cool anyway. Costs £14.99 from CuteGadgets. And yes they ship internationally. via...

No it’s not a Lego Clock – but a Lego Calendar
posted on: Aug 21, 2008 | author: Edna

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