Scottish composer recovered some locks of Beethoven's hair from a garment that survived the holocaust, and then used the hair as the basis for a new work of music. Brilliant? Creepy? Both. More »
15 Feb 2012
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#toys A Scottish toy company called H. Grossman has decided that kids are tired of the inanimate plastic dinosaurs most of us grew up with. Apparently today's young'ns need interaction, and a grander sense of scale. So the company plans to release a $14,000+ dinosaur toy called the Megasaur for priveleged children around the world. More » Read similar
#design The late Alvar Artek is a very awesome Finish designer whose portfolio includes housewares, textiles, buildings, and furniture. One of his most famous designs is the three-legged Stool 60. Created in 1933, it's turning 80 this year, and to celebrate, Artek is reissuing the a remixed version of classic Finish piece, featuring bright accent colors from a famous Artek building. More » Read similar
#nokia Nokia launched its free, ad-free, Lumia-exclusive, and pretty sweet streaming music service "Nokia Music" in September of last year, and now it's upping the ante with a moderately priced paid version that comes with all the fixin's. More » Read similar
#design We just went to CES and saw a lot of the gadgets we'll be playing with in the future. But it didn't make me as excited as seeing all of these old products with vintage packaging. I wish every product could go back to its vintage packaging. More » Read similar
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