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*Naoto Fukusawa promoting his chair.  I have profound respect for this guy as an industrial designer; that design book he did with Jasper Morrison called “Super Normal” is so super and so normal that it’s otherworldly.

*I wouldn’t want to be at his mercy; if I had to actually live inside a Muji store I would crack up in a week, but he’s nevertheless really got it going on.

Japanese artist Yosuke Goda creates living, breathing rooms that swallow human beings. Armed with black markers, Goda has no mercy for the surrounding white walls, floor, and ceiling. A pychedelic organism is born, with a body that looks similar to the roots and vines of an old, tall tree. The monster appears to constantly grow, as if it has no self-control and needs to furiously feed itself…


Mirror Teacups Reflect Colorful Patterns From The Saucers They’re Place on

More info: d-bros.jp | Shop (h/t: spoon-tamago)

D-Bro, a Japanese design brand, has created a unique set of mirrored cups called “Waltz” that gain their striking patterns and colors by reflecting them from the saucers they come with.

First, the cups, which are made from Hasami porcelain, are coated with palladium, a precious metal rarer than platinum and gold. The cups must be absolutely perfect, because any small distortion or bump will ruin the effect. Next, they are matched with saucers that have anamorphic designs (much like the artwork in our anamorphic mirror art post). These designs look distorted on the saucers but are transformed into more ordered forms by the mirrored cups.

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