Spend your time with quality
September 15th, 2010

McDonald’s_Coke / T-Shirt Wars

Moroch is one of the top 20 independent advertising agencies in the country. They work with brands like McDonald’s, Midas, Travel Channel, Pure Fishing and the list goes on.

by Fun | Posted in Advertising, Video | No Comments » |
September 15th, 2010

Phone on Board

This design originated from observation of the space around a telephone rather than the telephone itself. People make calls on the telephone and keep pens and post-its by its side to take notes, or they put down the receiver to busily look for stuff to take notes with while they are on a call.


by Fun | Posted in Design | No Comments » |
September 15th, 2010

Furniture Made from Shopping Carts

Los Angeles-based artist Ramon Coronado made furniture from shopping carts. He calls the project “Mercado Negro” and his ambition lies in “reclaiming an ordinary, everyday object and transforming it into a whole new object.” At the link, you can see many more pictures, as well as photographs from his workshop as Coronado constructed these pieces.


by Fun | Posted in Design, Furniture | No Comments » |
September 15th, 2010

Rotating Kitchen

rotating kitchen from Zeger Reyers on Vimeo.

by Fun | Posted in Design, Video | No Comments » |
September 15th, 2010

LAPD squad car gets the boot in an apparent prank

Los Angeles firefighters were called shortly before 4:30 p.m. Monday to the intersection of Broadway and Temple Street to remove a Denver boot that had been placed on a Los Angeles Police Department squad car parked near the downtown criminal courts building.

Photo: LAPD Officer B. Flores, background, looks on as members of the L.A. Fire Department arrive to remove a Denver boot lock from a police car parked near the intersection of Broadway and Temple Street. Credit: Mel Melcon/Los Angeles Times


by Fun | Posted in Life | No Comments » |
September 14th, 2010

Wire Frame Motorcycle and Sidecar

Chinese artist Shi Jindian made a wire frame replica of the Chiangjiang 750, a Chinese knock-off of a the classic BMW R71 motorcycle:

Shi Jindian’s sculptures are made of steel, yet they are light, transparent, almost ethereal. After searching for years for “a material that was brand new, completely untraditional”, he settled on steel wires. By trial and error, he learned how to crochet the two-dimensional strands into three-dimensional forms, using tools of his own devising. His wire meshes start out as wrappings around some common object. When the mesh is complete, Shi Jindian destroys or extracts the object, leaving only its steel exoskeleton. The result, he says, is a kind of fiction, a virtual reality that can be walked around and touched. Surrealist René Magritte painted a pipe along with the words: “This is not a pipe.” Shi Jindian does something similar in sculpture, making not-quite-replicas of items from musical instruments to machines.

SOURCELink (select “Portfolio”) via OhGizmo! | Photo: White Rabbit Gallery

by Fun | Posted in ART | No Comments » |
September 14th, 2010

Wall Sticker


by Fun | Posted in ART | No Comments » |
September 14th, 2010

‘horsey’ by eungi kim

‘horsey’ by eungi kim from korea is one of the shortlisted design entries from more than 3000 participants
in our recent designboom competition, ‘seoul cycle design competition 2010‘, organized in collaboration
with seoul design foundation.

designer’s own words:
‘horsey’ is an attachable bicycle ornament/accessory which makes one’s bicycle look horsey!
the ‘horsey’ package includes wooden ornaments (horsey shape body), metal parts, and screws.
the manual is very simple so that anyone can easily arrange it according to one’s needs.
through this ‘horsey’ project. I wanted to give a special look to bicycles so that people would care
about cycling not only as transportation but also as a lovely pet.


by Fun | Posted in ART | No Comments » |
September 14th, 2010

East meets west

East meets West by Tonio de Roover

The East Meets West Sofa measures 950 mm in height and 1600 mm in breath. Weighing a hefty 41kgs, the sofa makes a sculptural presence , certainly not satisfied merely as a utility object.

According to the designer, his creation also symbolizes “a flying carpet that wants to rise from the earth” and the meeting of the Western and Eastern minds.


by Fun | Posted in ART | No Comments » |
September 14th, 2010

120 Bikes on a Wall

A bicycle shop in Altlandsberg, Germany advertises their goods with a wall of around 120 bikes mounted on the building’s exterior in lieu of a sign. Pretty, but what do you think would happen if they tried it in New York?


by Fun | Posted in Photography | No Comments » |
September 14th, 2010

Rock Band for iPod Nano 6

Another iPoad Nano watch band! Rock Band($20) turns the new iPod Nano into a revolutionary new watch. It is a genuine leather band which has a special notch to accommodate the iPod Nano’s built-in clip.

by Fun | Posted in Apple | No Comments » |
September 10th, 2010

CCTV Birds

‘panoptICONS’ addresses the fact that you are constantly being watched by surveillance cameras in city centres. The surveillance camera seems to have become a real pest that feeds on our privacy. To represent this, camera birds – city birds with cameras instead of heads – were placed throughout the city centre of Utrecht where they feed on our presence. In addition, a camera bird in captivity was displayed to show the feeding process and to make the everyday breach of our privacy more personal and tangible.

panoptICONS is a project by Thomas voor ‘t Hekke and Bas van Oerle who work together by the name of ‘Helden’.
For more info visit:

Thanx to:
CBKU Utrecht, HKU, Katie Bogdanska

Music: Amon Tobin – Easy Muffin

by Fun | Posted in Video | No Comments » |
September 10th, 2010

We No Speak Americano ft. Cleary & Harding

by Fun | Posted in Music, Video | No Comments » | Tags: ,

Powered by FunMinute Copyright @ 2010 FunMinute.com - All rights reserved.