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  • Solving The Enigmas Of Everyday Design

    Have you ever wondered why some cars have fuel fillers on the left, and others on the right? Why your VCR is stuffed with functions that you’ll never use? Why women button their clothes from the left, and men from the right? Or why CD cases are smaller than DVD cases when the discs are […]

    By Arun Verma August 9, 2007 Leave a comment
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  • Cool Home Pages: Site Of The Week

    Just came to know that Cool Home Pages has listed our website in their ‘Sites Of The Week’ section. This came as a very pleasant surprise. Check out our website. A very special thanks and congratulations to the entire team at Arun Verma Design Studio. Deepak, Anil, Sunil: You guys rock!

    By Arun Verma January 8, 2007 4 Comments
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  • Anish Kapoor’s Mirror To The Sky

      Anish Kapoor’s Sky Mirror is a breathtaking, 35-foot-diameter concave mirror made of polished stainless steel. Standing nearly three stories tall at the Fifth Avenue entrance to the Channel Gardens at Rockefeller Center, Sky Mirror offers a dazzling experience of light and architecture, presenting viewers with a vivid inversion of the skyline featuring the historic […]

    By Arun Verma September 29, 2006 2 Comments
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  • Shopping Cart Art

    Dumped supermarket trolleys litter our rivers and canals. Now one artist is rescuing them, to create these incredible wire sculptures that celebrate our water wildlife… Awesome work! [Link via KM through email]

    By Arun Verma September 1, 2006 2 Comments
  • Creativity
  • Animal Thing

    “Animal thing” Horse lamp, Pig tray and Rabbit lamp. Who wouldn’t want a horse to lighten up your living room and a pig to serve your guests? Furniture to fall in love with at first sight, or hate forever. Designed by Front for Moooi http://www.moooi.nl/

    By Arun Verma July 13, 2006 2 Comments
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  • Root Artist

    David Flood is a sculptor creating contemporary, abstract, fine art wood sculpture at his studio in Ipswich, Massachusetts, USA. His work evokes philosophers stones. He works with naturally formed pieces of wood using a subtractive and sometimes reconstructive technique to reveal inherent aesthetic qualities such as organic form, texture, and color. Philosophers stones are akin […]

    By Arun Verma July 10, 2006 5 Comments
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  • How To Make Cufflinks Out Of Ethernet Connectors

    Mark got invited to a fancy party and couldn’t find his cufflinks, so he hacked a pair out of some Ethernet connectors and bits of wire; and thus the crimp-your-own cufflink was born. He’s written up his mod in detail for others who want to follow suit. [Link BoingBoing]

    By Arun Verma June 14, 2006 5 Comments
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  • Creativity That Starts From A Seed

    We’ve seen sculptures from human bones, water sculptures, fork art and now, here’s gourd art. Read about Judy Arrigotti and her gourd creations here. Wonder what we’ll create next.

    By Arun Verma January 11, 2006 1 Comment