Saturday, April 30, 2011

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2 YEARS OLD!!!
Woohoo! Today marks the 2nd anniversary of Design Fetish!
A big thanks to all you followers and fans out there!
You're awesome!!!


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Go the Fuck to Sleep


Beautiful, subversive, and pants-wettingly funny, Go the Fuck to Sleep is a perfect gift for parents new, old, or expectant.

Go the Fuck To Sleep is a bedtime book for parents who live in the real world, where a few snoozing kitties and cutesy rhymes don't always send a toddler sailing off to dreamland. Honest, profane, and affectionate, Adam Mansbach's verses and Ricardo Cort├ęs' illustrations perfectly capture the familiar—and unspoken—tribulations of putting your little angel down for the night, and open up a conversation about parenting in the process.

Here is a sample verse:
The cats nestle close to their kittens now.
The lambs have laid down with the sheep.
You're cozy and warm in your bed, my dear
Please go the fuck to sleep.


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Really like the first two! By Leonard Savage.
Find them here.

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Spray Paint Can Cocktail Shaker


The stainless steel Graffiti Cocktail Shaker, designed by William Kellogg, holds 14 ounces. 9" tall x 3" diameter. Built-in strainer.

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Casualties of War: Special Toy Soldiers


Soldiers who since return from duty in Iraq and Afghanistan are involved in brawls, beatings, rapes, drunk driving, drug deals, domestic violence, shootings, stabbings, kidnapping and suicides.

Three times as many veterans and active service members are dying soon after returning home than those being killed in Iraq and Afghanistan combined.

We hear little about the personal hell soldiers live through after returning home.
This is a tribute to them. By Dorothy.

Its pretty harsh but definitely a strong statement. Wonder if there is a similar version of the innocent victims that die during the wars…

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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Papercraft Audi A7 Replica


A 4-foot long papercraft replica of the 2012 Audi A7 was launched at the 2011 New York Auto Show.
This project was started by Taras Lesko, graphic design artist, who designed this project with 285 sheets of paper. Using photos and A7 blueprints from Germany, he designed 750 model pieces out of card stock, which he then printed, folded and glued together. His equipment was a laser printer, two desktop cutting plotters, glue and an X-ACTO knife. More than 245 hours later, he had created his own bold vision.

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Dear Blank Cards


Your favorite 'Dear Blank' jokes (from dearblankpleaseblank.com), now available in the form of stationery. Check out the complete collection and buy it here.

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Monday, April 25, 2011

Back Of A Web Page

 

Hehe! BackOfAWebPage.tumblr.com features hypothetical illustrations of what the back of some iconic web sites might look like if they did indeed have a back.

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Book Bed


"Created by Japanese artist Yusuke Suzuki using sheets for the pages and pillows for bookmarks."

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Coca Cola's 125th Anniversary Cans

Bulletproof designed Coca-Cola cans featuring cans Varga girls for Coke's 125th Anniversary.

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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Bacon Roses


If you have ever wondered what would make a good Valentine’s Gift for men, the Bacon Roses would most likely do the trick.

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Suitcase Liquor Cabinet


Made from a used suitcase. the Suitcase Liquor Cabinet carries (and includes) 5 17oz glass flasks, 4 glasses, 4 shot glasses and a bottle opener. Technically you could still carry this around, but it was meant to be wall-mounted.

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iPhone Cupcake Toppers


iAnything + Cupcakes = I'm in freakin' heaven!!!!
Hand-made, hand-painted, individually designed and entirely edible iPhone Cupcake Toppers.

Order here.

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Body Painting Supports China's Endagered Tigers


Craig Tracy worked with three models to create this image of the endangered South China tiger to support the cause.

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Sliced Grandfather Clock

"A modern, minimalist take on your grandfather's classic clock. Rob Price's version is much more contemporary, and takes up a fraction of the space."

Buy it here.

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