Posts Tagged ‘ Yellow ’

Lacoste’s New Lenses.


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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).

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Guilty Mega Yacht By Jeff Koons


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Greek Cypriot industrialist and art collector Dakis Joannou who green-lighted American artist Jeff Koons and Italian yacht designer Ivana Porfiri to create for him this mega yacht, ’Guilty.’ The stunning looks and amenities of this 115-feet long ship, inspired by the naval camouflage used by Britain during World War I, Guilty’s yellow rhombuses, pink triangles and blue polygons become even more amazing when reflected off the water. Onboard there are 180-degree views of the envious and awestruck rest of the world, along with plenty of bedrooms filled with museum-worthy works of art.

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Microsoft Making A Smartwatch


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As Apple continue to hire talent to work on their supposed “iWatch” project, Microsoft are rumored to already be planning to retaliate with a smartwatch of their own. Several weeks back it was reported that Microsoft placed orders for 1.5″ screens and now trusted sources have told AmongTech that the smartwatch is already being used as prototype and will be available in a variety of colors – blue, red, yellow, black, white, and grey. The outside housing will be made from Oxynitride Aluminium – a type of aluminium that is 80% transparent and four times harder than glass. The source also said that the device will include an adapted version of Windows 8 and will work with Cloud storage (plus 6GB internal storage) and 4G LTE. If the rumors turn out to be true, expect this to be unveiled sometime in late 2014.

Psychology of Color [Infographic]


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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.

A Year in Full Colour – Moleskine Planners


Made and directed by the graphic motion designer Rogier Wieland, the video was made using 382 notebooks. Check out the creativity they used to show off these new colors Magenta, Violet, Green and Yellow. These new colors join the iconic Moleskine black planners.

Simpsons Chair Set By 56th Studio.


56th Studio, a multidisciplinary design studio in Bangkok, made chairs in the images of four characters from The Simpsons.

The Yellow Brick House.


This residence in the Pavilniai Regional Park, near the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius, is one of those that we just have to point out, although it is neither brand-new nor unfamiliar to many readers.  The confident combination of history and modern needs of an upscale family was achieved by the architectural firm G. Natkevicius & Partners.  Located by in the valley of river Vilnia that gave the city its name, the park and the city have a rich history with the oldest written records dating back to 1323.

The Puckoriu escarpment in the park has rare rock formations from the Ice Age. A large munitions factory on the site dates back to the 17th century.  It seems that in Vilnius private residents can buy pieces of such storied land, and when the current owner of the site – a banker and collector of antique books – bought it, a single bright-yellow building stood on it. On further examination, the owners found out that the building was part of the cannon foundry and it was built of valuable, historic Vilnius-made bricks.

The yellow house itself was not as big as the four-member family wanted their home to be, so they decided to build their new home of glass and erect it around the historic brick house. The exposed brick adds a tactile sexy feel and softens the potentially cold atmosphere of the glass structure. A sensuous curved opening, cut for the staircase that is outside the brick house, adds another focal point that works beautifully with the square elements around it.

The owners’ antique library is now in the basement of the old brick house, the kids’ rooms are on the ground floor, the master bedroom on the top floor. The other functions – living, dining, cooking, baths, garages – are all within the new glass structure. As a stunning bonus to the historically sensitive solution, the residents enjoy an amazing 360-degree view of the park. Sigh.