Check out this great chair! I would love to have a chair like this… rocking without the risk of falling!
In Milan (design week 2012) Dutch furniture manufacturer Lensvelt celebrated 12.5 years of working together with Dutch designer/artist Joep van Lieshout (AVL). The central focus of the show space was the gigantic blue cannon, which stood as a symbol of the powerful partnership between the two.
Reel by Yeongkeun Jeong can transform the main triangle of the bike frame to store your belongings.
Tornadoes have this unpredictability and destructive force combined with a colossal beauty that appears to move gracefully disregarding everything in its path. They have always fascinated photographer Ryan Hopkinson and watching programs like Storm Chasers got him thinking about ways of taking weather elements out of context and bringing them within a controlled environment.
This CD player is designed to rotate on a 23.4 degree slanted axis like a globe.
This could have been another drab rectangular gadget, meant to seduce you with textures and colors, but thankfully it isn’t! The CD loads into the back panel, while the speakers are placed in the front.
Industrial design student David Suhami, from Tel Aviv, designed this the Animal Pocket Knife. A pocketknife with no scissors, scalpels, tweezers, can opener or screwdriver, only interchangeable body parts of indigenous African species such as the giraffe, antelope and rhino.
Built around the Francis Barker survival compass, this unique way finding tool is made from laminated Maple and East Indian Rosewood, and produced by hand in collaboration with Shwood in Portland, Oregon.
Check out these amazing realistic oil painting by Chelsey Tyler Wood.