These choctastic photographs created using a very old technique more commonly used in the confection of chocolate-coat cakes; objects were deep frozen then sprayed with hot melted chocolate using an airbrush. The combination of distinguishable classic technology designs, and a smooth chocolate finish, is such a winner. Now I’d LOVE to see if you could create the ultimate christmas chocolate tree like this too (makes mental note to mention to Sam Bompas for some playtime), read more here.
Found this amazing video over on the blog of Mr Technology whose Bill Gates rating system always amuses me:
So last week some students tried to do a Scotty and beam some particles across the room, with devastatingly lame results. Boring – get back to me when you can beam me from my bedroom to the Comic Con and then back home again in time for Iron Chef. But until then, I suppose we’ll just have to use lasers the way God intended: as a musical harp.
Amazingly geeky awesome new bedding from Diesel – you can sleep at night cwtched up amongst images of your favorite technology. You can check out the full collection here but i think most of the designs are a bit “porn star” – however I am totally convinced trendy gay men will adore them all.
Source: Notcot via Addictive Designs
We have the iLog (see below) – the worlds first wooden Pod dock – so it is only sensible we now have a wooden iPod.
“josh d from australia has taken apart an ipod mini unit and rebuilt the case using nothing but natural wood and screws. the design uses no glue and the click wheel is attached to the sensor via double sided tape.”
When he has found his life, I would love to know more about how he did it.