“Green Klip” is an amazing device designed by Prasanna Gadkari that aims to produce awareness by keeping a check on energy consumed by electrical appliances. It is basically a color-altering device that indicates the consumption with the changing color of the klip. Blue is an indicator of neutral that comes into picture when no power is consumed.
“Function Tiles” has been created by Droog Designers Peter van der Jagt, Erik-Jan Kwakkel, and Arnout Visser, it makes the tiles work more functionally, thus the name “Function Tiles”. Based on a familiar size and common module, each of these can be used to replace an existing tile in a given bathroom – a tissue dispenser slots in place of one while vents, hangers or new drains can be swapped in for others.
These tiles let you transform a small bathroom space into an interactive, multi-functional place with secret compartments, hidden functions, magnetic surfaces, built-in gadgets and more. We love the surprise of these guys and, of course, the fact that they give you a little additional storage in what is normally unused space.
These creative helmets are conceived by the creative Kazakh studio Good. Unfortunately, it’s just a project for the moment. Too bad. I think it would be great to drive down the highway and see someone wearing a watermelon or a brain helmet.
Those stickers make your suitcase look more original. Just take a stand against monotonous travel with Suitcase Stickers. Designed to stick to anything, they will draw attention to your bag making it easily identifiable and sure to make you some new friends.
Finger Food Spoon slides onto your finger and can be dipped into yoghurt, ice cream or any other dish that tickles your taste buds. Use for dips during your next cocktail party or have a taste testing night with the family.
Finger Food Spoons are made of food-safe plastic and come in a set of 4 varying colours.
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Kevin Scott has designed a unique bike that wraps around a lamp post so it can be locked-up safely – without the need for a lock or chain. The frame can be ratcheted tight to allow the bike to be ridden like a normal bike and can be quickly loosened to allow the frame to be bent back on itself. The design allows the bike to be stored in small spaces. As the bike bends to lock onto itself, there’s no need for a chain.
that wraps around a lamp post so it can be locked-up safely – without the need for a lock or chain.
Adi Marom’s cheeky Short++ project explores the role that height plays in our relationships with other people. Robotic platform shoes lift and lower people by remote: more specifically, an iPhone app.
‘kruikantoor’ is a portable office made of lightweight material that’s sturdy enough to sit on. When unpacked it comes complete with a desk, two chairs, some file organizers, a coffee maker, a light and a printer.
Buckyballs launched 3 new Executive Editions. The new editions are GOLD, These new colors will offer you make more cool shapes and patterns. You can mixture balls with different colors and make more cool patterns or just make original Buckyballs cube. Each Buckyballs set comes with 216 rare earth magnets that can be molded and stuck together in whatever shape your heart desires.
QLOCKTWO makes you pause and allows a different view of time. The typographic front combines the moment with the written word and makes it a statement. „It is half past eight.“ LED lighting technology keeps things readable, and an ambient light sensor keeps the thing from giving your house a neon-lit bar room vibe — which is about the last thing a laptop-priced clock should do. The front surface is made of polished acrylic glass. The lacquered wooden body supports it by means of eight magnets. That way the front surface can be replaced without visible attachments. There are satin stainless steel or five colours of polished synthetic glass to choose from, each generating contrasts or consistencies in interplay with their surroundings.
The Front & Back Clock created by the design firm The Wrong Objects is powered by two AA batteries, which can be seen from the front of the clock.
The Front & Back concept was recently spotted at the 2010 DMY International Design Festival in Berlin.
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This project is the latest of designer Susanna Hertrich is a poetic time-object that reminds us of the volatility of the “now “. It is a traditional 365 day calendar but it will shred the day. It unfortunately isn’t a real product, but rather it is a product in a series of “fictional products designed to be useful for human hibernation.”
Are you a tea lover? I am! And the idea of Yuree S. Lim and Jieun Yang totally got me.
You simply have to remove your tea bag from your cup, and put it on one of the coasters. It allows the remaining tea to soak into the Teabag Coasters and the drawing will be formed.
The word “OTETE & ANYO” are nice nickname for “baby HANDS AND FEET” in Japanese. These are the original footprint and handprint of your baby in real size. This stamp can be placed on documents or letters, but they also can be used as a birthday baby gift or more.
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A nice way to dress your Mac Book is to give a new look to your keyboard. The Decor Decal Stickers are original and simple, they make me smile with all the different colors.
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Russian based industrial designer created an awesome new object: the Eye pot, allowing to see the roots of your plant and to optimize the conditions of growing. The flowerpot allows to see the root system of the plant. More importantly, the system Eye defines automatically light level, ambient temperature, humidity and conditions of the soil. After what it shows them on the display. All developments of a plant and the influence of various factors can now be estimated.