Nasty Gal, our fellow Los Angeles local, is now stocking Frends latest collection of women’s headphones, designed here at Mage Design. The brand’s on ear style, deemed “The Layla”, is seen featured in the online retailer’s January look book- Pop Rocks. Shop the products, here.Comments (0)
Skullcandy’s Aviator headphones, designed by
our team here at Mage Design, lands the
cover of Glamour Magazine’s January 2013 Issue and the entire editorial inside the mag, starring Anne Hathaway. The new chrome color was introduced just in time for holiday 2012, making it the perfect gifting item for guys or girls. The Aviator flaunts custom styled drivers, inspired ergonomic design, and a supreme sound experience that flies high above the rest.Comments (0)
MAGE DESIGN’S LATEST CREATIVE PARTNER, FRENDS IS MAKING ROUNDS ON THIS YEAR’S HOLIDAY CIRCUT WITH THEIR
NEW PRODUCT DESIGNS. THE ZOE REPORT, a DAILY newsletter PUBLISHED by Rachel Zoe and HER team, FEATURED NEW HEADPHONE STYLE “THE TAYLOR” JUST TODAY AS AN IDEAL GIFTING ITEM IN THE “UNDER $250″ SEGMENT. SEE THE WRITE UP ON TZR HERE. AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE ONLINE AT BESTBUY AND IN APPLE STORES NOW.Comments (0)
AS HALLOWEEN SOON DESCENDS UPON US, I DEDICATE THIS POST TO MY FAVORITE HOLIDAY…AND THE ONLY VIDEO GAME I’M RELATIVELY DECENT AT. TETRIS! I’M STILL IN SHOCK HOW THIS GUY DID THIS, BUT HE INTEGRATED AN LED SYSTEM AND HARDWARE INTO HIS PUMPKIN. USING THE STEM AS A JOYSTICK, YOU CAN LITERALLY PLAY THE GAME VIA THE JACK-O-LANTERN. NOTE: APPRECIATE THE ORGAN RENDITION OF THE TETRIS THEME SONG…HAPPY HALLOWEEN!Comments (0)
Ready to explore the Red Planet? Louis Vuitton constantly pushes the boundaries of their universe, this time inviting us to Mars on a sublime, contemplative journey produced by Maneki Lab. The film features a CGI tour comprised from actual satellite photos and digital mapping taken of
real places around the planet, now with an added 3D, motion element. <iframe src=”http://player.vimeo.com/video/52230493?byline=0&portrait=0&badge=0″ width=”486″ height=”273″ frameborder=”0″ webkitAllowFullScreen mozallowfullscreen allowFullScreen></iframe>Comments (0)
Gary Farlow and his team of 10 are able to transform the body’s vasculature, and nearly all of its other parts, into an ornate borosilicate glass sculptures, from the heart’s ventricles to the brain’s circle of Willis for science and medical training.
Their anatomically correct models can be designed to simulate blood flow, teach placement of catheters and angioplasty devices, or simply test or demo new surgical gizmos. If it wasn’t for the 25,000 dollar price tag, this might even work as a high-class Halloween brandy decanter.
Mage Design’s latest creative partner, Frends, launches a revamped women’s headphone collection in Apple stores today; with an introduction on behalf of the New York Times‘ online publication, “The Get”.
Helmed by co-owner and founder Keir Dillon, the Frends team worked closely alongside Mage Design to develop a “refined and stylish” headphone which “exudes luxury and hints at grace”. This entirely fresh direction for the brand, aided in part by their ambassador, model/actress Noot Seer, was developed by our team through a series of concept presentations and final design renderings (seen below).
OVER EAR : THE “TAYLOR”
ON EAR: THE “LAYLA”
IN EAR : THE “ELLA”
Wifi names have often been the medium used to make “hilarious” statements or “rib-tickling jokes”, including such classic names as “Pretty Fly for a WiFi“, “Drop
it like its Hotspot
it like its Hotspot“, or the all-time great “FBI Surveillance Van“! Well according to a report by the BBC wifi names are increasingly being used to communicate passive-aggressive sentiments to neighbours anonymously. Taunts are also coming back, as can be seen in this exchange; “You’re music is annoying!” is followed by “Your grammar is more annoying!”. However the all time classic exchange has to be this one posted on Reddit:
This recent work by Leo Caillard is a reflection on the problem of our new digital world. “Currently, at any stage of its creation, any idea or concept is digitally adapted. What will be retained in the future? What will happen to all of these billions of megabytes we
stock on computers? In 10 years? In 500 years? Colliding the esthetic of modern minimalist Apple products
An Alan Turing Edition Monopoly set has now been officially launched by Bletchley Park, the place where Turing worked for the Government Code and Cypher School (GCCS) at Bletchley Park, Britain’s code breaking centre, during World War II.
In this special edition of Monopoly, the squares around the board and revised Chance and Community Chest cards tell the story of Alan Turing’s life along with key elements of the original hand-drawn board, which the great mathematician played on with a young William in the early 1950s – and lost.
Turing is perhaps best known for his part in breaking the Nazis’ Enigma code with the team at Bletchley Park, but as you well know his other largest legacy is having created the mathematical models during his time at King’s College, Cambridge, that went on to become one of the cornerstones of computer science. As a small tribute to this fact Google have kindly bought the first 1,000 units as a donation to the Bletchley Park Trust.
Hopefully a little something to make you smile as you read this blog post on your Turing machine!Comments (0)