31 October 2010

Migration of Mel and Judith - Europe & Luxor

Beautifully crafted Architecture as narrative. More fantastic, fantastical work from Tom Hillier. Love this. World in a Lampshade.

'Becoming bored with Europe, Mel & Judith eventually decide to settle down to a new life inLuxor, Egypt. They now live on a small, uninhabited island situated on the River Nile, where in their weird and wonderful ‘Do-It-Yourself’English manor Mel brews beer in his bathtub-brewery whilst Judith bakes rose-bread in the bread-garden. Their island comes alive during the holiday season creating an English retreat in the middle of Luxor, a retreat that lures in English tourists with the opportunity to besurrounded by the sights, sounds and smells of home. The smell ofroses and freshly baked bread drift through the air whilst the temptation to drink beer (whichis illegal inLuxor) is impossible to resist. So if you are ever in Luxor and miss the familiarity of home, take a rowing boat over to Mel and Judith’s island for a little piece of England.'

29 October 2010

weekend preoccupations

Current preoccupations: Peter Cook (the cookie monster) and Colin Fournier's Kunsthaus, Graz, a looming, menacing presence with a lo-tek programable skin. The Japan only release from the brilliant FYI design (straight out of Pemberton, BC) of the next level AK 457 packable down insulator and the Casio G-Shock green collection 2300 solar charged watch from the good folk at Livestock. Have a wicked weekend everyone. Happy Halloween.

21 October 2010

New Works II

cadence n., the measure or beat of movement, as in dancing or marching.

18 October 2010

considered design on landezine

Rennie Gallery Roof Garden, published on Landezine!

17 October 2010

54 Elms

Bug eyed kids, burnt abstracted elm trees and the local winnipeg knitting circle, normal day @ Considered Design

08 October 2010

Friday afternoon

It is Friday afternoon @ Considered Design and a long (thanksgiving) weekend in Canadaland, We are working on a yarn bombing concept for Winnipeg ! Enjoy your weekend !

Godogan table

Godogan Table by Niels van Eijk & Miriam van der Lubbe for Droog. Stunning craftsmanship near impossible to find in the West. Furniture as illustration, this one for an Indonesian Fairy Tale. now i wonder if CNC technology could do that on a mass market IKEA scale....

04 October 2010

03 October 2010

Four Lions

cant wait to see this Warp films can do no wrong

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