Style . Stuff

Consumer goods and commodity fetishism.

  • USB Calculator
    June 19, 2008
    Immediately retro, yet utterly futuristic, this calculator is USB enabled so can either be used via a computer screen or as a standalone regular calculator. Sam Hecht's 10 key USB calculator, available at the London Design Museum's Shop. Nerd...
  • David R. Head Jr.
    October 15, 2007
    Silkscreen goodness over at David R. Head Jr.. Via Jen, who writes David believes that art should be modern, functional and, most importantly, affordable. At $20 each, David's calendars make a unique, inexpensive gift to take the bore out...
  • Who tall are you?
    October 05, 2007
    Who's taller: Johnny Knoxville or Saddam Hussain? (I'm assuming pre-execution). Find out with a Who tall are you? wallchart. [via]...
  • Jeremy Scott vs. Fruition
    September 22, 2007
    Streetwear collection from Jeremy Scott / Fruition. Big print - you knows it!...
  • Hand-written Godfather Poster
    September 14, 2007
    A (rather kitsch, when you look at the whole thing) Godfather poster consisting entirely of the hand-written movie script. Got to admire the hard graft that went into it. [via]...
  • Last Exit To Nowhere
    September 13, 2007
    lastexittonowhere.com presents a collection of t-shirts featuring logos of fictional companies/places, including "Skynet", "Omni Consumer Products", "Cyberdyne Systems" and "Amity Island"....
  • Pantone Mugs
    July 15, 2007
    Crockery for subtractive- and spot-colour nerds. Unfortunately you have to buy the whole set of ten, and no shipping outside the EU. Not enough room in the cupboard....
  • Hello, my name is
    July 13, 2007
    Ho ho....
  • Vintage Tamiya Decals
    June 22, 2007
    Nice decal sets for Tamiya RC models. In 1984 I really, really wanted a Frog, Hornet or Grasshopper. eBay time. (Early mid-life crisis coming on?)...
  • ulo chair
    June 11, 2007
    The ulo chair is Ian Walton's degree project. It has two configurations; "lounge" and "upright". The transistion between the two is beautiful: The rear legs are locked straight internally via 8mm PTFE coated, hardened steel shafts. In order to...
  • Boogie
    December 15, 2006
    Still looking for a gift for that loved-one? Spread some yuletime cheer with Boogie....
  • RoteRaupe* Limited Edition Shirts
    December 01, 2006
    Just in time for Christmas. RoteRaupe* kicks off it's limited edition designer t-shirt range with 50 shirts from Berlin's Yackfou. News Just In! RoteRaupe* celebrates its second birthday on the 12th of Dec. in the Orangehouse, Munich....
  • Peter Beard from Taschen
    November 13, 2006
    "Peter Beard, Art Edition" from Taschen Photographer, collector, diarist, and writer of books Peter Beard has fashioned his life into a work of art; the illustrated diaries he kept from a young age evolved into a serious career as...
  • Wear your heart on your sleeve
    October 10, 2006
    The Bubelle Dress from Philips consists of two layers. The inner layer senses the mood of the wearer and projects them onto the outer shell. Think 'sensitive' rather than 'intellegent'. "We chose fashion as an idiom to express the...
  • Vynil
    September 07, 2006
    Vynil - non-repetitive wallpaper alternatives from Sweden. [Link from vinyl]...
  • Vintage Wallpaper
    August 05, 2006
    More patterns. Order your vintage wallpaper from 5qm in Cologne. [Also via the inspiring Drawn]...
  • Ceramics from Emigre
    August 02, 2006
    Great looking pots from Emigre's Zuzana Licko. Earthy! Read about them here. [...] typeface design requires a meticulous reworking of elements over a long period of time. Often I must put a typeface away for weeks, even months, in...
  • Flashbag
    July 24, 2006
    A russian design for a USB drive that pumps up according to the amount of data stored on it. Nice idea to provide tactile feedback on a device, terrible name though. And I'm no expert, but it's going to...
  • Sneakerplay
    July 11, 2006
    Sneakerplay is committed to becoming the premiere interactive community for our generation of young, educated, style conscious individuals who are always connected. Hey! That's me! Let me in... Sneakerplay is an innovative social network designed specifically for the global sneaker...
  • Opel Olympia A 1100 SR
    July 04, 2006
    Hard to believe, but André is selling this babe magnet. Garantueed to get any webdesigner laid, at least within a 50 mile radius of Ingolstadt....
  • Japanese Kitchens
    May 24, 2006
    Four japanese kitchens photographed for the NYT Style Magazine....
  • Disposable Polish clothing
    May 17, 2006
    ueg...
  • Felt Rocks
    March 29, 2006
    felt rocks are part discovery, part invention. In their raw form, they are lumps of felt formed as a by-product in the industrial process of making felt polishing wheels for optical lenses. Small bits of wool fluff gather more...
  • One for the ladies...
    October 31, 2005
    I'm not really one for gadget-type blogs, but this story (inevitably) caught my eye. The SMS/Bluetooth controlled vibrator. And just in time for the pre-Christmas season. Good to know: ...The Toy is "not discoverable in a Bluetooth search", so there's...
  • Worn Again
    October 20, 2005
    New sneaks from old suits. From the tree-hungers over at antiapathy.org....
  • Fujitsu Digital Paper
    July 18, 2005
    Fujitsu has launched it's new digital paper. The "film substrate-based bendable color electronic paper" uses only a minimum of power to change an image, and none at all when the image remains unchanged. Unlike LCD technology, the image isn't distorted...
  • The Optimus Keyboard
    July 14, 2005
    Industrial design straight outta Russia: The Optimus Keyboard. "Every key of the Optimus keyboard is a stand-alone display showing exactly what it is controlling at this very moment." Release date seems to be today. [UPDATE:] Here's an interview with...
  • Baroque Cushions of Death
    June 29, 2005
    Brighten up your sofa with these cheerfully indulgent death & luxury throw cushions. Seen over at EAT home accessories™, NYC....
  • The Subtle Safety™ Ring
    June 15, 2005
    Red Start Design are offering the Subtle Safety™ ring; a ring that can be folded out to form a knuckle duster. The Subtle Safety™ line of jewelry is a reminder to make safe choices....