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Don’t be deceived by those sails! The Kathreen yacht’s vertical honeycomb protrusions aren’t just for catching wind.
Gorgeous Edison rustic lamp design that would light up your desk in style. If you’re into industrial style décor or steampunk light, this would be the perfect lamp for you.
Words by Bronwyn Marshall Published on 19 January 2018 Categories Art & Illustration, Industrial Design Photography by Mike Garten & Brian W Ferry The Witt 3 Chandelier, as a combined brainchild of Rockwell Studio and RichBrilliantWilling combines a minimal geometric form with contrasting globe-like organic soft bulbs of light.
Douglas Cushing’s concept twists the archetypical flashlight on its head quite literally! Designed with a desire to stray away from the predictability of current products, the Heavy Utility Flashlight features a twisting head that turns the light source on and off.
It seems as though getting a good night’s sleep is somewhat of a dream these days, which is ironic. I find myself tossing and turning, trying app after product after app to “track” my sleep pattern in an effort to enhance it – but to no avail.
What’s the point of playing chess against a machine when you can’t really look at the enemy pondering over moves?
Amazon Alexa is inside EVERYTHING. It’s starting to become somewhat of a prison in your home, walking through the house talking to yourself and then having an inanimate object respond with “I didn’t quite catch that.” As of late, I’ve become a huge fan of companies trying to push the boundaries themselves and challenge the Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant products, and nobody has done it better than the ever-creative Teenage Engineering with their release, H.
The one time I’m dying to drive a concept and it doesn’t even have a steering wheel! You’re sure to feel this first world problem too when you take a look at the NV01 by Radek Stepan.
P-trak is a concept autonomous train submitted by Tara Sriram. The designer offers a future vision of autonomous railways, it’s a design proposal for Amtrak.
This post is less of a showcase, and more of an open letter to Nintendo, thanking them for ushering in a movement that aims at changing the lives of youngsters in the same way GI Joes, He-Man and Shera, and Barbie toys changed our generations.
Kathreen Sailing Yacht is a design study of an electric sailing yacht with the elements of modern contemporary art.
Zanco Tiny T1 can be said to be world’s smallest phone. Seriously, it’s so small that you can simply keep it inside your tiny jeans pocket.
Words by Jillian Japka Published on 18 January 2018 Category Architecture Photography by Arne Jennard I know I talk a lot about balancing function and aesthetic, but it truly is the biggest challenge facing a designer.
Even from a distance, this stunning light fixture in the Visitor Center in Kufstein, Austria is a breathtaking focal point in the large space.
“What’s a transportation designer if he doesn’t mess with and personalize his bikes and cars!” – spoken like a true designer, Don Cammorata made some adjustments to the KTM 950 that can only be described as beautiful.
CES brings out the best in us all, and when I say that, I mean it showcases products that could probably make us better individuals.
Portland based brand Danner, have presented a new integration of their popular Mountain 600, a hiking boot designed for versatility.
Casio?s new G-Shock is a Solar-Powered GPS Watch! The G-Shock Rangeman features the world?s first solar-assisted GPS navigation.
How do you cater to a gamer who wants to build Minecraft worlds one day and then the next day, race in an F1 car, and then the third day, explore the open world of Skyrim?
Inspired by his own love for Playstation, Hwan Kim’s take on the PSP (Playstation Portable) addresses some familiar gripes with the brand’s former handhelds.