Dentrite is a jewelery collection created by Nervous System, a collaboration between Jessica Eve Rosenkrantz and Jesse Louis-Rosenberg. There are made of Stainless steel cut into delicate forms inspired by the aggregate growth of coral.
This really cool umbrella is invented by Alex Woolley which have been recently graduated from Kingston University studying Graphic Design.
This funnel shaped umbrella harnesses the flow of rainwater down into its handle, a water pistol. You can fire at will, maintaining a constant flow of water as long as rain continues to fall!
The Zirc is the first new display design from Nooka. The mode buttons comes part of the logo by rising from inside the infinity sign.
Creative director Matthew Waldman was inspired by memories of the clock in math class and the lack of time-keeping options.
Developed by Andrew Fentem, the Fentix Cube features a cube of (patent pending) multi-touch touchscreen allowing for a myriad of multi-dimensional games, puzzles, and whatnots manipulated by the swipe of your greasy fingers.
A good way to combine sports and work, in an unusual way; this big gadget, called a Walkstation, combines a usual computer workplace and a treadmill. The Walkstation is designed to encourage more movement by walking slowly at work. Apparently, the walkstation have the potential to increase energy expenditure and burn calories even when walking at a 1 mph rate.
Made by office furniture company Steelcase, the Walkstation is scheduled to make its formal debut next month for a reported price of $6,500.
Computer Choppers will adorn your MacBook in 24k gold and, for an additional fee, the Apple logo could be laid out with diamonds to make this Macbook Pro even more luxurious.
It’ll cost you $1200-$1500, and take from two to four weeks, but that does include paint matching the keyboard and trackpad, and re-etching the keys so the backlight shines through.
Technogym designed by Antonio Citterio for Kinesis has a really compact size that allows it to integrate perfectly into the home, office, hotel room or spa and it provides the means for diverse, coordinated resistance training.
Izzard’s “Death Star Canteen”, derived from Izzard’s observation that there had to be some sort of source of food (such as a cafeteria) on the Death Star in the Star Wars movies. This observation results in an extended dialogs in which Darth Vader is attempting to order “penne alla arrabiata” for lunch, only to be forced to get a tray (which is wet) and later be forced to admit to the cafeteria worker that he is “Jeff Vader”.
Believe it or not, the product pictured above is an espresso machine. It’s an espresso machine with a 19 bar pump. All functionality issues aside, a product like this is really about aesthetics, and the Blue Label Snail Espresso machine looks pretty damn good if I do say so myself.