Here are our selection for 10th Apr 2019. Enjoy!
All of the tech startups weve worked with are creative, out-of-the-box thinkers so when Fueledthe mobile app development companycalled us to help with their collective we were expecting the desired snack room, lounge areas and fun energy usually requisite of blooming companies. What we werent expecting was the rad specificity of owners Rameet Chawla and Ryan Matzners taste or the amazing idea behind the community. The Fueled Collective is an incubator that nourishes over 20 small start ups, encouraging engagement between different working groups. Knowing exactly what being a tiny new start up feels like, we immediately jumped on board.
Wanting to emulate Victorian London and the comfort of ones own living room, Homepolish designer Danielle Arps (with help from Payton Swenson and Homepolish cofounder Noa Santos) focused on cushy leather furniture, dark wood accents and subdued wall colors. Chalk drawings on the wall by Casey Opstad, crate shelving, and a lot of exposed light bulbs keep the space feeling comfortable and cozy. Of course the snack wall, chill out areas and excited attitudes of the employees are all included.
Fueled Collective perfectly represents everything we love about collaboration and their office design reflects our own creative partnership.
– Noa, Homepolish cofounder
In this tour: Bold, Home, Navy, Dark
1930 German Petromax Lamp
1930 German Petromax (kerosene lamps) – by Absynthe Design
Industrial Chic Repurposed bicycle gear sets are transformed into a multipoint pendant fixture using Edison-style filament bulbs. Would be great hanging above reception desk.
Artist : Ono Gaf / Photo : Gina Sanderson
donesian artist Ono Gaf works primarily with metallic junk reclaimed from a trash heap to create his animalistic sculptures. His most recent piece is this giant turtle containing hundreds of individual metal components like car parts, tools, bike parts, instruments, springs, and tractor rotors.
1889 Steam-Powered Blunderbuss
Here’s a final photo of the “new” Steampunk Blunderbuss! from Johnson Arms & Co.
Made with the stock, barrel and trigger from a deactivated Mosin Nagant rifle. The rest are parts either found or fabricated by Jason Rawley (firebladecomics.com) and myself. I’m sorry the shoulder strap could not be more authentic looking, but we ran out of funds for the project. It can be improved when a better shoulder strap is found. 🙂
Don’t forget to check back tomorrow, for more awesome stuff!