Posts Tagged ‘ Orange ’

Lacoste’s New Lenses.


Lacoste is launching a bright, glow-in-the-dark edition of its Lacoste L714s aviator-style sunglasses. These special edition sunglasses are outfitted in a rainbow of bright colors: yellow and orange or blue, green and purple.  The neon frames are made of a special plastic that absorbs sunlight and artificial light in the day. The result: trendy glow-in-the-dark frames at night.  Lacoste also equipped these new glasses with mirrored lenses, another of the season’s top trends. The next-generation Lacoste L714s sunglasses will be available from June at €115 (around $160).


Interactive Orange Traffic Cone Sculpture By LIKEarchitects


Subverting the traditional context of an orange traffic cone, portuguese LIKEarchitects’ interactive installation invites the public to experience urban space in a new way. ‘Cone’ is the construction of 500 plastic traffic cones into a permanent art piece for paredes city park in portugal — the hard material was chosen specifically for its weather resistance and permanence. The neon modular structure juxtaposes the grassy space, encouraging curious passers-by to investigate it — walking through and sitting under the plastic maze. Hazard cones are typically integrated into city streets, indicating vehicular caution, but LIKEarchitects’ wanted the unconventional material to rouse an interest in park dwellers. At night, the orange sculpture is lit-up with a red-colored LED lighting stytem, illuminating it and the surrounding parkscape.

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Nike Zoom Hyperflight Premium “China” Pack


Nike has unveiled its full lineup of Zoom Hyperflights paying homage to China’s three largest cities: Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou. The “China” pack offers three distinctive designs, with “Beijing: Lion” featuring a golden-copper synthetic upper and intricate weave patterns. The “Shanghai: Shark” references the famed port city with a silver-tone upper and aqua accents. ” Guangzhou: Tiger” features an orange and black tiger-stripe pattern inspired by the city’s dominance as a trade and manufacturing hub. The pack has already launched in China and will launch globally in early August.

Playful “Memory” Balloon Lights

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Balloons are universally happy, though they don’t last forever. With John Moncrieff’s “Memory” design, these childhood inspired light fixtures are available to attach to your wall as a sconce or to the ceiling as a pendant to cherish daily. A great addition to a kids room, pop art inspired space or your favorite room in the house. “Memory” comes in all kinds of colored glass (opal, turquoise, pink, green and orange are just a few of the hues) and a couple of different sizes for some variance and hierarchy if you choose to group them.04 03 02 01

BMW Concept 90

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In celebration of 90 years of BMW Motorrad along with 40 years of the iconic R 90 S, BMW chose the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este 2013 as the stage to unveil its modernized version of the classic motorcycle — the BMW Concept 90. Teaming up with Roland Sands Design ‘RSD,’ the Concept 90 pays homage to BMW’s bike of the ’70s, most noticeably with the use of the original Daytona Orange paint. The Concept 90 further translates the essence of the R 90 S in the faring, fuel tank and rear portions of the updated bike. To rejuvenate the bike’s design, halogen lighting was swapped with a BMW LED headlamp and a plethora of customs parts were crafted for the project.

Psychology of Color [Infographic]

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Benoit Jammes – Cassette Tape Art

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Benoit Jammes is a french artist with a real passion to everything he touches. Whether it’s photography or paper craft, he goes all the way when he engage himself in a project. His last creation is about hacking Cassette Tapes turning them into pieces of art.

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Invicta Reserve Vecom Watch

Invicta Reserve Venom Watches are ideal accessory for a fashionable men. The 1405 Venom Reserve features chronograph leather strap 8 slot dive case, silver-tone stainless steel round surface with textured edges. The slightly domed flame fusion crystal adds more to the beauty of this watch. The crystal comes in blue, yellow, red, orange colors. No doubt every Invicta watch contain high quality features and underlying functions.

Asher Roth – Outside.

Asher Roth drops this new track today via Tumblr titled ‘Outside’ for this Sunday. His album This Is Too Orange is on the way. In the meantime, check out ‘Outside’ below.

The Louis Vuitton ‘Only Watch’.

French luxury house Louis Vuitton has released a unique Tambour Diver Chronograph for Only Watch 2011 charity.  It was designed in collaboration with a young boy afflicted with Duchenne muscular dystrophy named Paul Pettavino.  The sporty timepiece is made of black gold, which is white gold that’s been given the old PVD treatment. ‘Only Watch 2011′ is engraved in the back.  The dial details, rotative bezel and bracelet are in orange rubber – which is a favorite color of Paul Pettavino.  The transparent back enables the wearer to see the LJP 8181 movement with column wheel, and the watch is 100 meters water resistant.  The trunk is in Damier Graphite canvas, personalized by Paul Pettavino with a message and a ‘nautical sound’ recorded by Paul himself.  Paul Pettavino also contributed to Louis Vuitton’s Only Watch piece for Only Watch 2007 and Only Watch 2009.  Even for a non-watch-enthusiast, this one’s pretty dope.

Cipher, The Phychic Drinking Glass.

An empty glass resembles a meaningless colorful mosaic, until a liquid is poured into it, revealing its name. Each side of the glass is reserved for a specific drink. The dekrypt glass though complex in appearance in fact runs on a very simple idea. Differently colored shapes are scattered across the glass surface in a seemingly random pattern, however their position is hardly accidental. The true purpose of the glass mosaic is revealed when colored liquid is poured into it (orange juice, milk, Nescafe or coke) The pattern of shapes and empty spaces on the glass combined with the color of the liquid inside the glass end up forming a textual sign, revealing what exact drink or refreshment you are having, with each side of the glass reserved for a specific drink. Besides being a novelty item with entertainment value it can also serve as a marketing item for beverage companies as it has a promotional potential.