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founded by Matthew Senna (MSENNA and The Jamie Marx Co.) and Jason Alejandro.
Industrial Design
Dot:360 degree video capture for iPhone ///

Dot:360 degree video capture for iPhone ///

Dot is a 360 degree camera for iPhone. Based on the widely used 360 degree cameras used in classrooms dot has taken this technology to the next level with an adaptable version for the iphone.
ANTI-DESIGN FESTIVAL ///

ANTI-DESIGN FESTIVAL ///

I was really happy to receive this email about the London Anti-Design Festival. It’s about time someone decided to shake things up a bit and we’re planing on doing our part to help out in any way we can. Read the info below and share with friends, colleagues, collaborators, professors, students, etc., especially those in...

PUMA BLACKBOARD PING PONG TABLE ///

We Love PIng Pong here at The Takeover. No question about that. When we saw this amazing PUMA chalkboad table there was no question that we had to share it.. Designed by Aruliden this table features storage underneath the table, a chalkboard surface and, although not the most functional but certainly the most gangster part,...

THE AMAZING STAIRCASE ///

This staircase I came across on Apartment Therapy was too good to not share! I feel so inspired to try something like this.

HABACHY DESIGN / MODERN-ATLANTA ///

As part of Modern Atlantas events, Fri evening will be the opening of a month-long series of installations by Habachy Design at the Design Within Reach Atlanta studio. From 6-8pm Friday June 3rd come see the debut of 4 areas of the studio in which Michael Habachy designed utilizing DWR products along with elements such...

MODERN ATLANTA ///

Modern Atlanta kicked off this evening and looks like it will be a great few days, celebrating design in the city as well as some greatness from outside the A. Branded by the good folks over at Armchair Media, MA will be hosting events profiling work from some of the top architects in Atlanta as...

EMECO x COKE – NAVY CHAIR ///

I’m sure you’ve seen this chair everywhere by now. Coke and Emeco refresh the classic Navy chair, originally designed for the U.S. Navy back in the 1940s, by making it out of 111 recycled Coca-Cola soda bottles. I went over to Design Within Reach yesterday and took a look at it. It’s really gorgeous. The...

PORTIA WELLS ///

Portia Wells‘ work has always amazed me. Her design projects also serve as a platform for artistic ideation and social commentary about the objects we consume and acquire. I’m always surprised at how each time I look at a particular work I come across a new and unexpected thought behind it.

THE CAMPANA BROTHERS///

Even though both of my parents are from the Puerto Rico I have to admit I know very little (in fact, almost nothing) about designers from the Caribbean and Central/South America. Over the last year or so this has all changed, in large part to my wonderful friend Alberto Rigau, who has introduced me to...

JÓNSI TOUR SET DESIGN ///

I’m very jealous of my friends who already have tickets to a Jónsi show in the area, but this made things even worse. Fifty Nine Productions shares what they’ve got in store for the set design and performance aspects of Jónsi’s new tour.

PETER DUDAS HI BIKE ///

Italian designer Peter Dudas released this concept project recently and I must say I kinda like it.. no word on if it will ever hit the streets. Via Josh

HOUSE INDUSTRIES ///

I’ve always been enamored with House Industries. Even as I first really learned what graphic design was I distinctly remember getting their catalog in the mail; the metallic ink, the throwback logo designs, design parodies of cultural ephemera, it’s all stuck with me. Literally. I’ve kept all the catalogs. As my wife, kids and I...