Via 9GAG. Hat-tip to Simone, thanks!
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A fun way to browse through your music:
You can play music videos, access information on the artist, song, album, etcetera, and using such information control the flow of the songs. Meta data like popularity and genres control the way the music is displayed, with popular songs in the center, rarer songs emanating outward.
Activating one song or video will reveal a list of possible paths you might take toward other recommended songs, and then there’s the objects.
The objects are what control the music and video. The circle pieces are the speakers (really nice speakers it seems from the video) – wherever you place them on the board, that’s what song plays.
The Rectangle with antenna are the ones that activate the music videos. You can place them both, or just one at a time. There’s a plus object that shows textual information, and a dome that controls the view of the whole situation, allowing you to zoom in or out.
Link and video via yankodesign.com.
Made by Carla Franciose, link via yankodesign.com
Giant noodle furniture, made for the largest of knitting needles:
Link and images via yankodesign.com.
Expandable bookcase, for when you need a lot, or a little, shelf space.
On display at the International Biennial of Seville. That is until I swoop down from my stealth zeppelin and take this back to my Pirate Utopia. I wish. S.w.o.o.n!