For some exclusive drinking, we have summarized latest news from alcohol industry.
360 Vodka is crafted from a philosophy for eco-awareness. The vodka in every bottle of 360 is quadruple distilled through a highly energy efficient process, with every bushel of grain being fully utilized and nothing going to waste. The vodka is also 5 times filtered. But that’ s not all – the green packaging that surrounds 360 vodka is very environmentally-friendly.
In other words, feel free to drink this vodka and stay green!
Oval vodka is another news from alcohol industry. Its producers claim that the product has delicate aroma and a pleasant, mild taste. Oval’ s absolute purity makes it easily digestible and never (!!!) leads to a headache. Comes in 2 percentage (24 and 42) and in amazingly stylish package.
World’ s most expensive champagne has recently become this Perrier-Jouet, which costs 4,166 euros (6,485 dollars). The limited edition 12-bottle box sets of Perrier-Jouet champagne will be priced at 50,000 euros, according to French drink firm Pernod-Ricard.
Will only be sold in the United States, Britain, Japan, China, Russia, Switzerland and France. That’s what we call exclusive!
Oh and just for the record, most expensive tequila in the world costs $ 225 000. It has platinum-and-gold bottle. The spirit that fills it is a triple-distilled mix of 8-, 10- and 12-year-old agave plants and is produced by Hacienda La Capilla Distillery in Los Altos, Jalisco. Ley .925 CEO Fernando Altamirano says the liquor is aged in barrels whose provenance is “top secret.”
Posted on 9 February '16 by Nuacco, under design, living. No Comments.
Do you feel that your life is boring? If yes, then these guys can bring some fun in to your life.
Take your fish everywhere you go with this portable fishbowl. Concept by Michal Shabtiali
Jeff Koons makes incredible inflatable animals in all sizes and colors. The artist was born in York, Pennsylvania in 1955. He studied at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Check out more.
Conflict Chair and Sitting on the wall – these are funny inventions by Aviadgil. Probably two people won’t be able to sit here at the same time.
Fantastic origami bags! Frry bags seem to be the most unusual in the world – daring shapes, different sizes and cool looking.
Seamour Sheep Illuminative lamp from Crazy Label and Metin Seven! The limited edition vinyl toy/lamp is USB-powered. Via GeekAlerts
Posted on 9 February '16 by Nuacco, under arts, design, fashion, gadgets, living. No Comments.
Photographer Fulvio Bonavia’s A Matter of Taste features amazing pictures of food as fashion. Yummy bags, belts, shoes – all made of things you eat, and remember, you are what you eat!
Kathleen Dustin also makes bags and purses, which look like fruit and flowers.
Posted on 9 February '16 by Nuacco, under design, fashion. No Comments.
May the force be with you, young chipmunk
Photographer Stefan does these really cool Star Wars pictures. This time he has featured a cute chipmunk. What more is there to say! “Size matters not. Look at me. Judge me by my size, do you?”
Posted on 9 February '16 by Nuacco, under lol, photography. No Comments.
Religious societies all over the world have been disappointed with people not attending to the church, and for this reason churches have been collaborating with advertising agencies, mostly on non-profit basis, to launch pro-religious campaigns. The topic surely is a field party for a creative mind.
What do I have to do to get your attention? Take out an ad in the paper? God
A New Zealand St Matthew-in-the-City church campaign which depicts Joseph and Mary in bed raised a controversy and was removed five hours after its installment, and yet with other funny ads to follow.
Posted on 9 February '16 by Nuacco, under arts. No Comments.
Seems that working for Google is fun, not only because Google rules the planet, but also because their offices really differ from the others. New Google office in Zurich is not an exception – a ready made playground for Google employees. They have massage chairs, slides, pool tables, games, private cabins, relaxation rooms and much more.
Posted on 8 February '16 by Nuacco, under architecture, design, living. No Comments.
William Hundley is a Minnesota born photographer, currently living and working in Austin, Texas.
The artist has had many exhibitions but his best pictures consider something which can probably be called a Flying Bed Sheet.
These pictures are creative, interesting and even a bit disturbing. Yet absolutely loveable! Check them out!
You can find more of Flying Bed Sheets and other slightly NSFW pictures on William Hundley’s Flickr or visit his website
Posted on 8 February '16 by Nuacco, under arts, photography. No Comments.
You will not find watches like these anywhere else in the world.
Kyokusen watches are amazing – all so different and unique. Kyokusen watches is a new product from Tokyoflash. In Japanese Kyokusen means “curved line”.
Kyokusen delivers their LED wonders worldwide.
Check the prices here, and make sure you check their watch museum.
Posted on 7 February '16 by Nuacco, under fashion, gadgets. No Comments.
Being surrounded by funny, creative and colorful home gadgets can certainly bring positive emotions and make your day. Especially when the gadgets are multi-purpose or visually misleading.
These original laughing cups were created by Psyho studio. Laugh as you enjoy a cup of tea.
And these are not cups, but rather books. Which look like cups. Japanese duet Eri Akutsu and Koji Shimizu are to be credited for these.
Squeeze thy lemon! This is what Vincon and Spanish company Lekue tell us. Just place the lemon into this silicone gadget and press. Very comfortable.
And another thing which is not what it seems – not a bulb, but a juice bottle. 100% fresh pomegranate juice bottle was best of the show at Pentawards 2008, design packaging awards.
Switch: Table&Chair. And a ball?
More @ switchtablechair.biz
It is time to stop showing off and wear your diamonds inside out. Because you can. Desgined by Stas Zhitsky and Sergey Kuzhavsky from OPEN!Design&Concepts
Posted on 7 February '16 by Nuacco, under design, gadgets, living. No Comments.
This remote control is so long that we had to crop it.
Yes, it is true. Pultius remote is half a meter (almost 20 inches) long. It controls 399 channels with three range selection buttons. Surely it was designed by no other than Art.Lebedev Studio.
pultius art lebedev studio
Not tired to scroll? Then here’s another view of Pultius.
pultius art lebedev studio
Pultius is very inspiring, but there are some other remotes which are not worse.
This new cool Nike Amp+sport remote control is a watch and a remote for the Nike+ experience. You can find out instant feedback of your time, distance, calories and pace with it. It is stainless steel, with LED displays for iPod nano control icons.
Nike Amp+ costs $79.
nike amp+ sport remote control
No, that’s not yet another cheap clamshell cellphone, but a remote control designed by Geisendesign people.
This remote approaches a younger audience – the most used functions are located on the outside of the shell and the more obscure ones are on the inside.
The famous Harmony 1000 from Logitech is a universal remote with touch sensitive screen. It has only nine fixed buttons on the handset, and the rest appear as you browse through menu.
This brushed aluminium remote controls everything with infrared. Harmony 1000 is a bit pricy, though.
logitech harmony 1000
Desktop remote control for $84 at Evergreen’s. You can control your TV, DVD/CD, amplifier, and air conditioner with this cool desktop remote control. Surprisingly enough, each of the sixty five buttons has only one function.
Via Gizmodo too
evergeen remote control
One for All Kameleon 8 glows in the dark, so you can spend long nights behind your LCDs. This universal remote is made of real metal, rather than shiny plastic, and has a pleasing curvature on the back that makes it look like someone actually spent some time designing it. A nice review on it here.
Posted on 7 February '16 by Nuacco, under design, gadgets. No Comments.