In 2010 we’ve seen the illustrator Mr Gresty mix music with illustration at his Seen and Not Heard exhibition. The screen-prints are now available to buy on Mr Gresty’s site, including a set of six black-and-white portraits of east London creatives brought to life with a splash of colour for £35 each. An ideal Christmas gift.
A Baroque-style kitchen that escapes being kitsch, and a paper-clip-shaped kitchen are just two of the state-of-the-art interiors that feature on this kitchen design blog. Shape-shifting kitchens that make the most of small urban areas look to be a major trend, but huge US-style kitchens are also still going strong.
In today’s Big Brother society, someone is always watching. Sagmeister’s voyeuristic website taps into our ever greater appetite for watching others. The New York-based group has installed a webcam in the office ceiling and painted tabs on its floor that you can click on. Occasionally, the staff do a dance for our entertainment.
While this is slightly anti-feminist of us, you can’t help but smile at La Senza’s interactive website The Cup Size Choir, by Karmarama. The site sees seven women lying on beds wearing the retailer’s latest lingerie range, each singing the note of their cup-size. You can ’play’ the women to record your own tune.