If you only knew what she was up to. . .


The Svpply iPhone app is here!

We know a lot of you have been waiting for this, so we’re excited to announce that our new Svpply iPhone app is available for download in the App store.

We’re super proud of this one. With robust categories, a beautiful custom feed of products, super fast search, and some new interactions that we think suit us well, we put a lot into making this the best possible mobile shopping experience out there.

Speak up if you’ve got any suggestions, we’ll be watching Twitter and Tumblr closely in the coming weeks.

Next up, iPad App! 

Get the Svpply iPhone App here 

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The Svpply iPhone app is available for free download from the iTunes App Store, and is compatible with the iPhone 3GS, iOS 4.3 and up. Let us know if you find any bugs or have any comments! support@svpply.com



Pretty much the coolest thing ever.

If they re-released these like this, on vinyl or on CDs, I’d buy them all, wouldn’t you?


Wu-Tang albums as done by Blue Note

(Source: suprchnk, via hiphopisforlovers)



Here’s A Two-Story Building Made Of Hammocks

The Vienna-based collective constructs a multilayered hammock for public use.

Last year, For Use/Numen, an Vienna-based artist collective, installed a suspended network of tunnels made out of 100 pounds of clear packing tape. Visitors were invited to climb into and crawl around in the structure, which resembled the work of hearty silkworms. (Read more about the Tape project here.) Building on that success, For Use has created another interactive public sculpture, this time using layers of flexible netting held in midair. (click to read on and view video!)

(via lustik)


Sennheiser Eco-Vinyl Turntable

[designed by Matthew Lim]

This audio product is made from cost-effective materials (recyclable and biodegradable) without sacrificing its performance and hardware quality. It provides a balance between cost and quality.

A sweeping concept for a product that could breathe new life into vinyl. Designed to be portable, but functionally intended to bring high-quality audio. This is beautiful. Courtesy of theantidote.

(via lustik)