Im August 1999 wurde Irregular Choice von Designer und Unternehmer Dan Sullivan im hübschen Küstenort Brighton an der Südküste von England ins Leben gerufen. Obwohl wir in einer Welt leben, die nach Konformität strebt, behält Irregular Choice seine Kreativität und Individualität bei. Irregular Choice ist mehr als nur der Name einer Marke! Es ist ein Geisteszustand, eine Lebensweise…
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Ché Ché has been shopping in Shanghai
Will Microsoft have the noodle to produce this fine looking tablet? With it’s clever keyboard / cover and built in stand plus 16:9 aspect ratio touchscreen. The concept of one OS for all devices makes sense for a consistent, seamless user-experience. The ‘Metro’ Windows 8 interface looks fabulous. The flat white icons on colourful backgrounds in a grid system do away with all the noise and clutter of previous and existing operating systems. If Microsoft produce this beautiful device at a hyper-competitive price with hyper-performace, I predict will be a hyper-success. (via)
In Victorian times with fewer regulations regarding house pets, a full sized Yeti for the home was perfectly acceptable and most adventurers came from the wealthier set and probably had adequate space in their townhouses or at very least their country homes. Travis Louise’s artwork captures the moment beautifully. (via)
I finally have this beautiful pocket knife in my hand. It is a custom left-handed gentleman’s folding pocket knife with exposed flip-stem for one-handed opening. The body is African Blackwood enclosing a hardened steel blade. The flip action is light and smooth and within a few tries am able to quickly open and close the knife with ease. The grip fits well in the hand and the moving parts have an elegance and refinement of fit forged with much care and attention.