Who hasn’t thought it would be fun to live in IKEA, the doll house for adults? Well Mark Malkoff managed to convince the IKEA in Paramus, NJ to let him move in for six days while his New York City apartment is fumigated (or so he says). You can watch the sometimes funny, sometimes forced, sometimes awkward videos at Mark Lives In IKEA, where the product placement is the plot.
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Legendary designer Philippe Starck — with no pretty slides behind him — spends 18 minutes reaching for the very roots of the question “Why design?” Along the way he drops brilliant insights into the human condition; listen carefully for one perfectly crystallized mantra for all of us, genius or not. Yet all this deep thought, he cheerfully admits, is to aid in the design of a better toothbrush.
“The Superest is a continually running game of My Team, Your Team. The rules are simple: Player 1 draws a character with a power. Player 2 then draws a character whose power cancels the power of that previous character. Repeat.”
Silliness abounds from Kevin Cornell & Matthew Sutter.
Stephen Doyle is a graphic designer who sculpts words that mess with meaning. Design Observer have a fantastic write up about him with some beautiful examples of his work. His hand-built words toy with your brain in only the most fun and profound ways. He’ll have you looking for your exacto knife.