Monthly Archives: March 2011

Caution: Make sure your next casual stroll down the street doesn’t end in the bottom of a flaming magma pit. With Edgar Mueller’s 3D Pavement Art, this nightmare might become a reality! Dubbed a “Master Street Painter,” Mueller transforms large public urban areas into perfectly painted illusions. Read more

Bike Furniture Design‘s  has worked to transform piles of junk into creative collections of modern furniture. These sustainable designs, reconstruct from old bicycle, automobile and train parts, are both fun and functional. Read more

The designers at Nendo pushed the limits of creativity with their ILLOIHA fitness facility design.  Hoping to inspire newcomers, they developed a glamorized climbing wall to replace the conventional form of rock climbing. Well they won me over, I’m officially inspired. Read more

How amazing is this highly saturated furnishing design by Marco Goffi?! Entitled the Fusillo Bench the colorful display was created to be used in public spaces as a means of encouraging social interaction. The end result is a design that not only gives you a place to Read more

After being in denial for as long as I can remember, I’ve decided that I might have a slight addiction to fashion. Fortunately for me, I have the excuse of being a girl.

Recently I stumbled upon a photo shoot featuring exotic outfits by Franco-Spanish designer Paco Rabanne. Modeled by the first Black supermodel Donyale Luna circa in 1966. The feminized “suites of armor” are wayyyy before Ga Ga’s time. Needless to say, I was inspired! For more designs click here.

Written by Whitney Washington

Donyale Luna photos courtesy Richard Avedon

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