A Niche Store For Discarded Urban Light Signs

NONEON

Commercial light signs in cities are often criticized. Many people claim they ruin the urban landscape and overload the urbanites with commercial messages nobody has asked for. However, the beauty of these light signs and the typical urban atmosphere they contribute to is hardly recognized. Designer Fabian Thiele found a gap in the market by presenting the urban light signs in a new context: a concept store.

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The Emergence Of The Urban Cat

Goldtatze

With all the cat lovers out there it is no surprise that there is a market for custom-built furniture to suit your feline friends’ every need. Recognising this, German Company Goldtatze makes hand crafted designer furniture that can be mounted to the walls and ceilings to create the puurfect playground for your pet.

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Placemeter Shows How Busy Places Are In Real-Time

Placemeter

Surveillance is a hot topic at the moment, and a cause for concern for many. Regardless of this, there are a number of useful ways that surveillance can be applied as an aid to 21st century living. An example of this is the Placemeter, which uses video feeds from across New York City to create an advanced warming system which allows users to find out how busy their destination is in real time.

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Stick ‘Em Up With Klebstoff #6

Klebstoff #6

2014 sees the return of the sticker magazine Klebstoff. In its 6th edition Klebstoff represents the three pillars of sticker design: art, artwork and artsy. Ranging from drawings and doodles to photo manipulation, there is a variety of different styles and techniques represented in this small, yet compact sticker magazine.

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Sipke Visser On Doggies And Indie Publishing

'Doggies' by Sipke Visser

Sipke Visser is a fine art photographer working and living in London. He just published his second book called Doggies about the London’s dog subculture, which he crowd-funded at Kickstarter. His first book Return to Sender was recently shortlisted for the internationally acclaimed Aperture First Photobook Award. We talked to him about dogs, independent publishing and his ambitions as a photographer.

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