Tag Archives | Simplicity

…The Fold wallet keeps it simple?

The Fold

I’m a big fan of minimalist wallets, so when I saw ‘The Fold’ from Leffot, I was instantly in love.

Essentially just a single piece of Horween shell cordovan (or as they affectionately call it, “horse ass leather”), it holds your cash and cards in place with three simple folds.

Available in Rust, Natural and Dark Brown, you can either order the Small size for US Dollars, or the Large size for International Currencies and a credit card or two if you have more worldly travels in mind.

If you think you need more than that, just remember Leffot’s motto: “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”

[Leffot – The Fold via Like Cool]

…It’s Movie Monday: SLOW?

SLOW is one artist’s “attempt to use stop motion and it’s different time layers to express my perception of time”.

It’s beautiful in its simplicity, and definitely worth a watch:

…Paint jobs on cars shouldn’t be outrageous?

Ten Most Outrageous Car Paint Jobs of 2008

Some people just don’t understand the art of subdued simplicity, but if that’s the case, then having your car listed on Jalopnik’s “Ten Most Outrageous Car Paint Jobs of 2008” is probably an honor.

From lingerie themed and Swarovski covered MINIs to gold leafed Aston Martins, matte black Rolls Royces and chromed out McLaren SLRs, it’s a what’s what and who’s who in the crazy custom car world from this past year, and definitely worth a look.

[Jalopnik – Ten Most Outrageous Car Paint Jobs of 2008]

…Line Rider 2: Unbound looks crazy?

The new Line Rider is going to be called Line Rider 2: Unbound, and judging by the latest ‘preview’ video, it’s going to be crazy:

Do the extra features take away from the simplicity that made Line Rider 1 such a success, or will the additions reinvigorate a game that has fallen off the map?

[Line Rider]

…Cursor*10 is crazy?


Despite its simplicity, Cursor*10 is actually an incredibly innovative and challenging game.

To win, you must partner with yourself.

You’re given 10 cursors, and each cursor lasts for a certain amount of time. Then, on the next round, you are put in control of a brand new cursor, but your old cursor is still there, and it does the same thing that you did with it in the last round.

If it sounds confusing, that’s just because it’s difficult to explain, but once you give it a shot, you’ll quickly get the hang of it, and then you’ll soon see the genius behind the idea.

Tip: Click on the pyramids for extra points.


[Via: Kotaku]