I love Interesting Concepts, Thoughts and Ideas. Easily one of my favorite things to do is to look at design concepts and get inspired to think about my own designs or ideas, then bring them to reality! Today we have some truly epic concept design for brands and products that are either real (eventually) or just made up fake products for educational purposes. We have collected these and showcased them for your inspiration!
Respecting the exact dimensions of a real american kraft paper lunch bag (33cm/18cm/11cm), this suedette handbag will suit all your daily needs: from carrying your finger-licking meal, to taking care of your most precious belongings, or handling simple groceries.
This bag is rigid enough to stand straight but can be folded to adapt its shape to your every wishes.
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I love espresso machine and this ‘Espresso Solo’, a concrete espresso machine designed by Shenkar College of Engineering and Design student Shmuel Linski from Israel makes only espresso: short and long.
“The design process begun in choosing the material: I chose concrete. I had a vision: concrete in the kitchen, not only as a wall or decorative part, I wanted it to be a desirable consumer product.”
This project aims to create a personal promotion of a font in a new way which have never been done before untill now.
For this purpose, Font & the Box have been designed by Töre EREL, to bring back one of the old printing techniques into use in our current digital age.
Calling out to a wide range of audience such as, graphic designers who love typography and the old traditional analog printing works, as well as the ones who have never been involved with design before but eager to learn how the basic printing technique works.
For more details about this project – in terms of how it’s made, what materials were used, how the idea came up -
please visit either www.toreerel.com or www.toreerel.com/thewoodenletterbox .
or BéHance page of the project : BéHance – Tore EREL
Wishing you have fun during this special experience and to appreciate the allure of the handmade.