Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Cassette Closet

Patrick Shuur from Creative Barn created this insanely unique closet. Nine Hundred and nineteen cassette tapes were meticulously attached to the closet's wooden frame. This piece was built to be used as an office space divider. You could essentially create a similar piece. This piece took many many many hours to build. But, you could do something on a smaller scale, using cassette tapes or any other material. I would maybe start with just a wooden box, maybe a little chest for storage that could also double as a coffee table. I don't know, what do you think? It is currently for sale at the Creative Barn. Source: How's House

Friday, May 1, 2009

Box Doodle Project

Doodlage featured a story on the Box Doodle Project. It is interesting to see the different approaches people come up with in how they actually use the box in their design. As David Hoffman has stated on the website, "The rules are quite simple: rearrange a box to make any kind of figure or object. Make the most of least."