Archives for December 2012
New York-based artist Christine Chin brings us Sentient Kitchen. The series, “which examines the convergence between technology and biology,” borrows from both human anatomy and everyday kitchen tools — creating a few thought-provoking and mildly disturbing sculptures. Got milk?
If you absolutely have to drink at work, and still have to wear a tie — first, we’re sorry. Secondly, there’s now the FlaskTie. Just fill up your work noose with your favorite tasty beverage, and you can imbibe 9 to 5. Or, whatever hours you work now, office drone.
The FlaskTie is available in an array of colors, and includes a six-ounce flexible TieBladder. So some refilling may be involved if you’re working overtime — again.
Whereas most people would be breaking out the club soda or Zout, artist Angela Mercedes Donna Otto turns spilled drink stains into works of art. Using something called “apophenia” — an innate tendency to construct order amongst chaos — Otto takes the random patterns of deliberately-spilled drinks, then connects them to create perceptible characters. See more of Otto’s work here.