Lilly Loco

David Camera

Suzy Snooze

Sammy Screamer

Ultra Stan

Cecil G

Tony Tempa

Every week, we bring you a little round up of cool stuff we've seen on the internet we think you might like. You know, just to keep you in The Loop! 

First up, London based artist and consultant Sophie Smallhorn has been causing a stir at BleepBleeps HQ this week. This series of work for Galerie Wenger toys with the relationship between colour, volume and proportion and is, in lay terms, really, really cool. Maybe one day we'll commission Sophie to instal a 'Component Ledge' in our studio!

Is that plant floating in mid air? Is that plant floating in mid air?! It is. It really is. Designed by Swedish studio Lyfe, this ace geometric silicon planter hovers over an oak base board via magnetic levitation and, while suspended, rotates ever so gently to allow your plant 360 degrees of sunlight every day! Isn't that brilliant? 

Brighten up your beverages this weekend with this fun and fruity DIY from A Joyful Riot. It's summer in a bottle! Great for blistering hot sunshiney days and for beating the no-sun-to-be-seen blues :) You can find the full tutorial here.  

With the arrival of Suzy Snooze on Kickstarter, we've been talking a lot about sleep recently. We couldn't not mention the brilliantly bonkers work of French street artist        lor-K! By transforming discarded mattresses and bedding, she's brightening up Parisian pavements with her own brand of squishy 'street food'!  

 

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Sophie Smallhorn

The Twister Sifter

Lyfe

A Joyful Riot

DesignBoom

lor-K

 

 

 

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