ianbrooks:

Beer Can Butterflies by Paul Villinski
At first glance this is just a gorgeous series of instruments slowly deteriorating into butterflies, until you check out Paul’s website to find out that the butterflies are all made of empty beer cans he finds in the streets of New York: “every one of them once raised to someone’s lips. My process of ‘recycling’ them into images of butterflies is a quiet physical meditation, a yoga of tin snips and files and fingers”.

(via: farewell-kingdom)

ianbrooks:

Beer Can Butterflies by Paul Villinski
At first glance this is just a gorgeous series of instruments slowly deteriorating into butterflies, until you check out Paul’s website to find out that the butterflies are all made of empty beer cans he finds in the streets of New York: “every one of them once raised to someone’s lips. My process of ‘recycling’ them into images of butterflies is a quiet physical meditation, a yoga of tin snips and files and fingers”.

(via: farewell-kingdom)

ianbrooks:

Beer Can Butterflies by Paul Villinski

At first glance this is just a gorgeous series of instruments slowly deteriorating into butterflies, until you check out Paul’s website to find out that the butterflies are all made of empty beer cans he finds in the streets of New York: “every one of them once raised to someone’s lips. My process of ‘recycling’ them into images of butterflies is a quiet physical meditation, a yoga of tin snips and files and fingers”.

(via: farewell-kingdom)

mattjayblog:

dad’s wise words. applicable to any pursuit, i believe.

madzteir:

Pi Bottle Opener. A must-have for the nerd kitchen.

lickypickystickyfree:

The food truck craze has officially hit Manila, Philippines by way of the Guactruck, a modern mobile eatery full of sustainable initiatives. The truck itself is a used delivery truck that has been outfitted locally with LED and energy-saving lighting.
Too bad this Filipino-Mexican food truck can’t swing its way elsewhere in the world for a peek at the truck and a chance to taste the delicious-looking food.
The design for the packaging is a creative solution to the wastefulness that most containers are today with it’s single cardboard, origami-inspired design. It’s made of biodegradable paperboard that is easy to recycle. Customers are encouraged to bring their used packaging back and will receive a free meal once they’ve returned 10. The packaging will then be sent for recycling. All of the cutlery used is made from cornstarch and biodegrades within 90 days.
More amazing picture of this design gem over here

lickypickystickyfree:

The food truck craze has officially hit Manila, Philippines by way of the Guactruck, a modern mobile eatery full of sustainable initiatives. The truck itself is a used delivery truck that has been outfitted locally with LED and energy-saving lighting.

Too bad this Filipino-Mexican food truck can’t swing its way elsewhere in the world for a peek at the truck and a chance to taste the delicious-looking food.

The design for the packaging is a creative solution to the wastefulness that most containers are today with it’s single cardboard, origami-inspired design. It’s made of biodegradable paperboard that is easy to recycle. Customers are encouraged to bring their used packaging back and will receive a free meal once they’ve returned 10. The packaging will then be sent for recycling. All of the cutlery used is made from cornstarch and biodegrades within 90 days.

More amazing picture of this design gem over here


c4jones2:

(via Designer Creates Retro ‘iOS ‘86’ iPhone Interface - DesignTAXI.com)

Think I just found the best reason to jailbreak my iPhone… How cool is this? And think of all that battery life you’d save by not using color :-P

visual-poetry:

“grab-me” typeface made from steel grab bars by andrew byrom
visual-poetry:

“grab-me” typeface made from steel grab bars by andrew byrom

visual-poetry:

“grab-me” typeface made from steel grab bars by andrew byrom