Tag Archives | Imagination

…It’s Website Wednesday: Pencil Rebel?

Pencil Rebel

Grzegorz Kozakiewicz’s Pencil Rebel is made with “Interactive Mixed Media Web Design”, which basically means that he takes cardboard, clay, and whatever else he can find lying around the house and turns it into a website.

Forget Web 2.0; this is Web 0.5, but it’s fantastic, and it shows what’s possible with a ton of imagination, a fair amount of skill with an X-acto knife, and lots and lots of patience.

The goal is to work your way through the puzzle, finding places and secrets along the way, but the journey is definitely greater than the goal, and you’ll enjoy the neat little touches that he added in along the way.

[Pencil Rebel]

…It’s Things Thursday: Nookanooka?


Nooka makes some pretty crazy watches, so it’s only fitting that they make a pretty crazy watch holder as well.

Called the Nookanooka, “their physiology is transient, eternal in their world, ephemeral yet immortal in ours – beyond imagination yet real enough to feel. Time is to them as carbohydrates are to us, and from this they poo carrots and kittens [or anything else you can request]. They pee gravity and what is the equivalent of light to them is dark matter in our universe”.

[Nooka – Nookanooka]

[Via: DesignNotes]

…It’s Tuner Tuesday: ASI W66GTS?

ASI W66GTS Sides

It’s hard to deny that the ASI W66GTS is anything but a head turning car. (In case you were wondering, ASI stands for Accuracy, Spirit and Imagination.)

ASI W66GTS Front And Back

Featuring the company’s dry carbon fiber hood, trunk and wing, the gold Bentley’s strikingly flowered paint scheme is hand painted onto the car by none other than Japan’s very own Nakamura Tetsuei.

If you’re worried that the exterior was the only part of this car to go under the knife though, then fear not, as the twin-turbo W12 was also the beneficiary of a hefty power jump to the tune of up to 800 horsepower.

It’s definitely not a car for everybody, but in a land filled with Ferraris and Lamborghinis, young oil tycoons are having to try harder and harder each day to stand out at the Dubai drive through.

[ASI – Bentley W66GTS]

…Graffiti removal can be art?

Graffiti Removal

Can graffiti removal be considered art?

Some people seem to think so, and have set out to show the world that these unknowing artists are creating works that should be appreciated independently of what they represent, along the same lines as abstract art.

It might take a stretch of the imagination, but there seems to be something to this theory.

[Rodeo Film Company – The Subconscious Art Of Graffiti Removal]

[Flickr – The Secret Art Of Graffiti Removal]

[Via: WebUrbanist]

[Via: WMMNA]

[Photo Via: MikeWaz]