do Bem’s new release by Hardcuore.
Also, check it out on yooouuutuuube.
For Samuel Morse’s birthday.
I love burgers. I especially love hamburger beds. One order, please.
Designed by Dutchman Janjaap Ruijssenaars, this magnetic floating bed has enough magnets to keep 900 kilograms (1,984 pounds) floating in the air. Technically, the magnetic floating bed is for sale… but it is priced at 1.2 million euros ($1.53 million), you will not likely find this in your local mattress store.
Césare Peeren and Pieter de Jong from the Rotterdam based 2012 Architecten have developed an uniquemodular multifunctional furniture system named Cilly using discarded pvc cable reels cylinders have a diameter of 40cm and can be delivered in depths of 40cm and 20cm. Modules are endlessly combinable and fit in every space and can have almost any possible function one can think of. Continue reading
I had a job interview this evening and part of what was said reminded me of something I should just post in my blog (oh, but I hope I get a position for that job!) So yes, it’s my extended review on American Apparel. I found this in my laptop from awhile back:
Plain and Simple: American Apparel
Walk into any American Apparel’s imperium and you’re presented by a canvas of multitude colored cotton T-shirts, shiny bathing suits, sheer dresses all organized in a rainbow between white humble walls. As you take a few steps further, you are subtly relaxed by an optimistic atmosphere and begin to browse through clothes at ease. Recurring customers, including myself, appeal to American Apparel because of their simple yet distinct style. Their styles range in casual, sophisticated, funky, and even sexy, depending on how you wear an American Apparel outfit.