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Idealog—in the ideas business

Tim Wigmore shows off Precious Cargo

Here at Idealog we're no strangers to local furniture designer Tim Wigmore (we've featured his Giddyup rocking chair in the mag and interviewed him about his work). So we'd highly encourage you to get along to Precious ... More …


Game Arcade pops up at creative lab

Games created during last weekend's Media Design School Global Game Jam will be on show in the Semi-Permanent Research Lab in February and March. More …


SLI Systems flies into Japan

Christchurch-headquartered cloud search company SLI Systems has opened an office in Japan and recruited a country manager, saying dedicated search providers in that market are under-represented. More …

A quick word with … Emma Smith of The Flock

Emma Smith owns and operates The Flock, along with Billy Wilson. It's a boutique design online store, carefully curated with love. We asked Smith, a photographer with a passion for ceramics and a good teapot (and elephants, because who ... More …

Escada taps Kelly Thompson to brand new perfume

New Zealander Kelly Thompson is the illustrator behind the packaging for Escada's S/S14 scent Born in Paradise, and it's a beaut example of her striking yet somehow delicate visual signature style. More …

Sass up your ceilings with these birdcage shades

Sometimes all it takes is a simple tweak to refresh the look of a room. And for an instant update to your lighting, these ultra-modern metal shades from LeeAnn Yare's Collected are just the ticket. More …


The Wrap: 29 January

This week we take a look at pins and recipes, a keyboard for the less sausage-fingered, another robot, but this time it's an office hero and some fancy shoes for the fire wise. More …


App review: Take your business to the movies

Businesses now have a slice of the action from Directr, with a library of templates to make everything from product demos and customer testimonials to Kickstarter promos and company introductions. More …


Supercomputer to power AUT space research


A supercomputer once used by Weta Digital to render effects for Peter Jackson's movie King Kong has found a new home at Auckland University of Technology's Institute for Radio Astronomy and Space Research. More …