Remember the cutest little printer ever? London design studio, BERG, is back again with yet another ridiculously lovable device, this one connected wirelessly to Twitter. Every time a message, retweet, or new follower is added, the little birds of #Flock pop out to notify of their arrival. Video of the device in action below...
IlariaInnocenti’s desk accessory line fooled me initially with its name, Adobe Desk Tools, a reference to the terracotta used, not the design software giant. The collection is comprised of a documents tray, tablet stand, pencil holder, paper holder, and storage tray. DIY inspiration?
Photographer David Thomas Smith’sAntropocene is a mesmerizing collection of images composed of thousands of digital photos composited and reconstructed with Photoshop to create large pieces, resulting in what seems the modern day tech equivalent of an intricate Persian rug.
The first collection of Binary Blankets from Brooklyn artist Phillip Stearns features textile designs converted from binary code derived from programs such as Microsoft Word, iTunes, Google Chrome, and Mac OS X. A sight much preferable seen on a blanket than on your computer screen.