BY Claire Filipek in Artsy on Apr 09, 2014 |
Victoria Seimer, a Brooklyn-based graphic designer, posts her stunning work on tumblr under the name Wichoria. All of her work is phenomenal, but her weekly series entitled, “Human Error” is what first caught my eye. In this digital day and age, everyone is familiar with the layout of computer pop-ups, such as error messages and repeated reminders, which is partly what makes this series so powerful. What if error messages just popped up in real ... Read More
BY Claire Filipek in General on Apr 08, 2014 |
As if taking normal iPhone pictures of strangers was not invasive enough, the “Peek- I” takes voyeurism to a whole new level. No one is fooled into believing that “Spy Cam Peek-I” is for taking pictures “discretely at a 90 degree angle” for the sake of being the next James Bond…which is the current sell featured on the gadget’s Indigogo campaign. (via: Indiegogo)
Peek- I--which has not only graced the ... Read More
BY kelsey haight in Feminizzle on Mar 10, 2014 |
SXSW stepped outside of expectations this year by offering interactive sessions and committee discussions on an array of social and political topics. The special event series is holding conversations on an array of topics, with titles like Global Impact, Health, Science, Business, Art,WTF and Beyond, Career, Design, Sports, and Entertainment. The series is engaging and even the medical discussions are intriguing, topics ranging from Embarrassing Bodies: ... Read More
Don’t you just hate when an alarm clock screeches you awake? Meet the Little Rooster, a vibrator-alarm clock hybrid that is bound to do the wake you from your deepest slumber. The idea came from Tony Maggs, who explains that the futuristic product is designed to brighten the early morning blues.
And despite what it looks like, creators say it’s comfortable. The company tested over 300 models, and they have settled on a design that ... Read More
“Women always look for true love,” explains the commercial for the “True Love Tester,” a bra designed by Japanese lingerie company Ravijour. The bra contains within its stylish cups sensors that read and transmit a woman’s changes in heart rate via bluetooth to an app that calculates your “love level.” You guessed it: when the heart gets going, the bra gets unhooking.
In case you were worried ... Read More