Gilda Table by Eric Jourdan
An outline and table top edge that reflects the world of traditional cabinet making is matched with a minimalist steel base in Eric Jourdan’s Gilda Table for Super-ette.
Part of Super-ette’s 2013 Collection shown at Maison & Objet in Paris, Gilda is “a simple and basic table, with a very assertive character. A tricky exercise, since basics have no room for a glut of features.” says Jourdan.
Jourdan continues, “After having constructed the table around a ‘modern’ base, I sought to tackle the table top, to be more precise its border, in a virtually traditional way with an outline which readily reflects the world of traditional cabinet making. A recurring blend in my work.
Transformable Antarctic Research Facility
Architecture student Sergiu-Radu Pop, unveiled development plans for a new Antarctic research facility. With its sci-fi like design the project envisions a sprawling center for vital research as well as environmental tourism, filled with spaces like exhibition halls, exercise rooms, accommodation, conference chambers, observation decks, and port transportation stations.
1. Don’t hate the player
2. Bring in ‘da noise, bring in ‘da faun
3. How she stillluv me?
4. Dude, that hurts a little bit
5. Don’t be a pussy, Felix!
This is the caterpillar of the Pink Underwing Moth and is commonly referred to as the Skull Caterpillar. It is found in certain regions of Australia and is listed as endangered. As an adult moth, it will have a wingspan up to 170 mm.
Link totally needs that bug-net arrow in the next Zelda game! How about it @Nintendo? :D
In a few years I want to try doing some really big gallery pieces. Maybe go to grad school in Tokyo. Not sure.
I’m trying to explore some new concepts, to see what subject matter and themes are possible.
And this was just a lot of fun.
Soda Dispensing Machine c.1960s