Necromance By Troy Turner 09/21/2011 These thought-provoking designs by Kobo Sin are to die for!! Both beautiful and shocking, Freakshow confronts the issues of death, time, and nature in a series of decorative furniture and lighting that is sure to turn heads.Designer: Kobo SinSharePinShareFlipWhatsAppPocket175 Shares Related Posts This battery grip turns any smartphone into a full-fledged professional DSLR camera This may be the most well-designed smartphone grip we’ve seen in quite a while… They say (and I’ve repeated this multiple times) that the best camera… Ditch those dirty cloth masks, this reusable UV-C face mask makes it easy to breathe 99% clean air Here’s a classic example of necessity being the mother of invention. Mask design has seen such blitzscaled innovation in the past couple of months, it’s truly… Circular? More like Cir’cool’ar! I don’t watch much anime, but I’m sure there’s an Airbender/DragonballZ reference you could throw in here! The O-Fan (named aptly) powers itself via MicroUSB and… The Adesse Watch showcases minimalism achieved through ‘design-by-subtraction’ Minimalism is much more than just sleek lines, simple forms, or the liberal use of the color white. To Jansen Che, minimalism means looking at a… Not Your Mother’s Fine China The “Unbreakable” tea set integrates past and contemporary tea making into an entirely new tea experience! In a marriage of East and West, its unique material… Fuseproject’s new robot Moxie is what happens when AI meets Pixar With all kids staying home, parents are running out of ideas to keep them occupied and most importantly, emotionally healthy during these crazy times. Some are… TagsFurnitureLamplightLightingTable Previous articleRobo Bugs! Next articleThis Is The Way We Shower! 5 Comments Interior designer singapore says: 09/21/2011 at 1:28 am Awesome..I love your job Kobo Sin, so inspiration.. James says: 09/22/2011 at 8:33 pm Sorry, but only Orientals, the warped and lonely or teenage boys with a morbid fascination for death would want this. No normal human being with any respect and principles could even condone something as vile as this, let alone own it. I doubt it says anywhere on it “animal died of a lovely old age and consented to be mocked in death”.It’s not beautiful and clearly wasn’t designed purely to confront the issues of death, time and nature. They were designed for shock value alone without any regard for taste. If you ignore the dead carcasses and focus on the designs themselves, there doesn’t seem to be a lot of thought in the styling. Without the dead animals, you don’t have anything special. The jar lamp, replace the murdered snake and put in something like flowers and you’d still get the whole “time, death and nature” aspect across, but it would actually be something nice to look at and ethical. Just a thought. Jeff Herrmann says: 09/26/2011 at 7:09 am To James:The title of the line is called “Freak Show” I’m pretty sure that the designers know they are selling to a very limited audience.The fly lampshade is pretty weird–everything else looks like something you would see in a scientist’s -lab.Taste, as it turns out, is in the eye of the beholder. deon marais says: 10/06/2011 at 12:15 pm flowers? i know what. put her in a jar and call it boring show. freak show is a very subtle exibit of our real ugly world. if you dont get it you never will.Comments are closed.