Monthly Archives: March 2010

OLC Bike

Interesting concept bicycle from the clever folks at Andrew Maynard Architects. It is estimated to cost about $35. Pretty damn cool…From the site: “The OLC bike is a very simple, cheap, ‘one size fits all’ plywood bicycle for the mass market.  The materials are all cheap and easily available and, importantly the materials are all recyclable or recycled. OLC is quickly assembled through the use of CNC technology. The majority of elements are glued rather than mechanically fixed, providing the bike with incredible strength from modest materials”.

Matt W. Moore

Matt W. Moore recently contacted us about his new series of canvas paintings. We LOVE hearing from all sorts of creators and artists out there…we firmly believe that it is all about taking in our surroundings and spreading ideas, with our own personal mark upon them…read a little bit more about Matt below and check out his portfolio here!If you are an artist and would like to be featured on (echo)witness, please contact us at


First of all, we LOVE connecting with artists, designers, musicians, and innovators of all stripes. Our mission at (echo)witness is to appreciate those who are pushing new ideas and to further our understanding of the world by experiencing and building upon the works of our creative community.  We were recently contacted by a group of design students in Serbia, who are working on an experimental design for these sustainable seating areas. Dubbed Amorfurniture, the outside is meant to resemble a cube, while the inside contains an amorphous seating and lounge area. This furniture can be recycled and rebuilt to any specification at any time…definitely a cool idea.Spread the word. If you are an artist or creator who wants to be featured on the (echo)witness blog send us an email at…Also follow us on Facebook and Twitter

Maiko Gubler “Still Life with Marble”

According to the artist Maiko Gubler herself, her newest project “Still Life with Marble” is a series, which “investigates matter and the physics of materials by juxtaposing digitally sculpted objects and surfaces.” Such a fascinating concept, and even more impressive execution. “Still Live with Marble” represents the simplicity and the sense of aesthetics, we are always on the lookout for…check out her site here!