Gyotaku is a unique form of printing that uses freshly caught fish, plants and other aquatic life, to create realistic imprints on cloth or paper.

PRINTMAKING - Yes… I've done this with real fish. Gyotaku is a unique form of printing that uses freshly caught fish, plants and other aquatic life, to create realistic imprints on cloth or paper.

Antony Gormley

Steel block sculpture, stacked and propped with an architectural approach to construction // Prop II, Antony Gormley

Nice, if you have the room......

Jihyun David SAVE FOOD FROM THE FRIDGE - Shaping Traditional Oral Knowledge A set of knowledge objects to keep the fruit and vegetables outside the fridge. Each object has its own oral knowledge about.

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Generative design functions as picture archive concentrating on parametric design and generative design. It is refreshed on a regulary bases and therefore this picture is likely to make an excellent.

Coffee machine. Beautiful materials, not sure about the final form though.....

Product design student Arvid Häusser from Bauhaus university in Weimar; this is one of his designs a porcelain espresso machine.

Evan Robarts Popsicles Print Tappan Exclusive Limited Edition13”x19” link

color blocking: melted popsicles-via: the tappan collective

stool by Rodrigo Alonso from http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2012/03/29/garden/20120329-NOTEBOOK-11.html

"This hand-made stool is a way to freeze in time and extract from our garbage what we don't use any more, giving it life again in our home," says Argentinian designer Rodrigo Alonso, who created this piece of furniture from discarded electrical goods.

carefully arranged screw detailing on tables making integrated bowls.

Huddle Tables by Matthew Kroeker

Huddle Tables by Matthew Kroeker by Harry / May 2011 Matthew Kroeker has created a series of tables with an array of Robertson machine.

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