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Daily Archives: January 27, 2010

Minimalist House By Takayoshi Nagaishi

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Minimalist House By Takayoshi Nagaishi

What can you fit into roughly 260 square feet?  Not much larger than a 10×20 foot storage space.  How about a whole house located in Ichikawa Japan?  Already making a name for his innovative facades for luxury brand retailers, architect Takayoshi Nagaishi ventures into the residential.  His ultra minimalist style — Continue reading

The Mobile Office and Other Practices of Everyday Design

Categories: Architecture + Interiors, Art + Graphics, DIY + How To, Fashion + Trends, Modern Decor + Objects, Sustainability
The Mobile Office and Other Practices of Everyday Design

I was recently turned on to the progressive and playful duo of The Practice of Everyday Design. Design-crush on both designer and product… Which is more cool, The Mobile Office which used discarded treasures repurposed for work? Or the cave inspired coffee table, The Stalac . The time lapse video is a — Continue reading

Helping Haiti

Categories: News + Events + Contests

On January 12, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti. Join recovery efforts mobilizing around the world to assist earthquake victims. Your donation will help disaster victims rebuild their lives and their communities. 2Modern will be donating 10% of our profits from all orders placed, until January 31st. The donations will — Continue reading

Tim Burton Magic and Mania

Categories: Art + Graphics
Tim Burton Magic and Mania

Tim Burton Exhibition by Trish Mayo Tim Burton exhibition at MoMa, NYC by djtomdog  Photo of a Tim Burton sketch by navema There was total chaos at the Tim Burton Exhibition at MoMa NYC (up thorugh April 26th) due to a non-presentation of proper procedure, at least not visually (and in an art museum nonetheless!) — Continue reading

barbie hawks for the bologna motor show.

Categories: Fashion + Trends
barbie hawks for the bologna motor show.

I don't even own a car, but suffice to say I'm more than familiar with the car culture because I grew up in a family obsessed with cars. My father restores antique sports cars, my uncle races Porsches, and I've been attending auto shows since the age of five. At — Continue reading