10.07.2006Filed in Momist Luxury by Momist at 7:04 PM
Germany's Autobild magazine new issue features an illustration of a new Ferrari Dino sports cars. The original Dino, produced from 1968 to 1976, was a relatively low-cost mid-engined two-seater.
In recent years, there have been rumors about a new entry-level Ferrari bearing the Dino nameplate. In April, Ferrari CEO Luca Cordero di Montezemolo denied plans for a new, cheaper model.
After the run-away success of Visionaire #44: Toys and Visionaire 45: More Toys, both of with featured a set of 10 adorable yet provocative adult playthings created in collaboration with the cult toy manufacturer, Kid Robot, by an assortment of today’s hottest fashion designers, the editors of Visionaire will launch the 2006 edition, Artist Toys.
The shape of this new original toy multiple is brand new. The artists who have been selected to customize the new prototype include painter Alex Katz; sculptors Tim Noble & Sue Webster and Tony Oursler; conceptual artist Rob Pruitt; graphic designer Chip Kidd; illustrator Robert Crumb and many more.
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the silver skull by douglas little for dl & co. is unusual, gothic, and classic. it can be used as a paperweight, cardholder, or simply as a conversation piece.
dl & co. 'memento mori' silver skull by douglas little $300
The Vertu phones designed by Boucheron are set for release in India.The phones feature ornate jeweled snakes, your choice of either a diamond-studded cobra or a python. The limited edition Signature Cobra sells for $350,000 and will only be cast in 8 pieces reports Luxist
This bag features a signature shape from Corto Moltedo with a key skull detail for Fall.
Black faux crocodile leather rigid small box bag with tassels and a skinny gold studded chain handle. Bag has a white skull on side with rhinestone and gold stud surround, two long tassels hanging from base, a long gold chain handle and magnetic fastening
Corto Moltedo Baby Box skull bag
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