Tuesday, 20 October 2009

한복(HANBOK): Korean traditional clothes

westernised & modernised design of HANBOK.
get one !!!
its so much better and more comfortable than kimono.
kimono is killing me all the time.
can't breath. hehe

Thursday, 15 October 2009


Milli shoe box

Designer: Recent calpilnano university graduate Jenny Kim
"the name milli is short for 'millimetres', the unit that measures the size of bullets.
it is also for 'millisecond' which is often the margin of victory in a foot race.
the show is placed inside a bullet -shaped box, a symbol of power and speed.

Wednesday, 7 October 2009



so gonna buy them !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Friday, 2 October 2009

Friday, 25 September 2009


let me introduce

my favorite cafe &gallery in Korea


Saturday, 19 September 2009

Hana by shige hasegawa design

Hana means flower in japan.
the table consists of five interlocking, plywood, petal-shaped legs slotted through a glass top.
the lamp called hana stretch is made of metal frame covered in fabric that is fastened with a zip.
use of origami technique to design the table and the light.
design: Shige Hasegawa

Monday, 14 September 2009


this year industrial designer bram boo presented his latest crations in the following two events,
during the milan design week:
1. red light design event
2. prophets and penitents confessions of a chair

'backstage' cupboard
function: cupboard with storage units on each sides
creation: 2006
material: lacquered mdf, plywood,steel 'lazy' desk
funtion: desk with storage
creation: 2007
material: lacquered mdf
'sleepless bed'
funtion: because of its particular shape, this bed offers you comfort and inspiration
creation: 2008
material: lacquered steel

'gallant' bed
function: this bed is designed to create an aintimate atmosphere before sleeping
creation; 2008

'overdose' desk.
function: this desk with its storage units disposed in a nochalant way on the tabletop hives you the opportunity to make order quite easily.
creation: 2007
material : lacquered mdf wood

Friday, 11 September 2009

Hamburger bed

designer: kayla Kromer

Wednesday, 9 September 2009

Mona Lisa made of 3,604 cups of coffee

3,604 cups of coffee that had been made into a giant Mona Lisa. People walk around a giant Mona Lisa made out of 3,604 cups of coffee in Sydney, Australia, thursday July 16, 2009.
the 3,604 cups were each filled with different amount of milk to create the different shades needed for design, which is part of the Rocks Aroma Festival.

Tuesday, 8 September 2009