Cardboard Scandock turns your iPhone into a document scanner

Cardboard Scandock

‘High tech meets low tech with this simple corrugated cardboard stand, that makes capturing document images with your iPhone a snap. If you’ve ever attempted to scan a document by just holding up your phone, you’ll know that a blurry image is often the result. This simple stand created by University of Cincinnati DAAP student Kyle A Koch, is an elegant and green solution that holds both the phone and document in the perfect position to get a sharp capture. The stand comes flat packed for just $16 through the Ponoko design store.’

Via: www.dvice.com.

Public Ad Campaign in New York

(…) ‘Today was a very special day in New York. Some wonderful artists gave this city a wonderful gift: they took over about 120 billboards spread around downtown Manhattan, painted them on white and replaced the advertisements they usually hold with art.’ (…)

Via: www.cronicasbarbaras.com.

More pictures: www.flickr.com.

Glowacka Rennie at the Victoria and Albert Museum

Glowacka Rennie has completed this £130,000 overhaul of the ladies’ toilets off the Grand Entrance hall at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in South Kensington, London.

The competition-winning design features a geometric pattern by Swiss artist Felice Varini that can only be fully seen through the basin mirror. Continue Reading

‘Pulseline’ by Salomonsen

Pulseline | Salomonsen

Pulseline‘ by Salomonsen is a bookshelf with glow in the dark edge.

‘Road Kill Carpet’ by OOOMS Studio

Road Kill Carpet | OOOMS Studio

‘Do you know the feeling that you do not want to take a look at something, but you still do? The Road Kill carpet is a continues struggle between attraction and repulsion. It’s a warm, soft, cuddly carpet that attracts you to take a nap on it. But at the same time its a repulsive image of a car-flattened, bloody fox.’

Available in Spring 2009.

More: www.oooms.nl.