RearViz is a weather resistant collapsible convex mirror, mounted on the arm, using an adjustable armband to keep in place. It has been ergonomically designed to be adjusted to suit all arm sizes and arm positioning, allowing the user to acquire rear vision through a range of rear view angles and perspectives.
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You spend more time in the kitchen that you realize. Make your daily kitchen tasks more fun and easy with these really cool gadgets! See them all here.
If you were to make ads like this these days, they would throw you right into the lions den.
Some are racist, others sexist and some just plain stupid. Next time you smell cigarette smoke in your house on Christmas day, blame it on Santa!
Here’s a list of insulting vintage ads.
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The Internet is still a land of many mysteries to some business owners who know that they should move their traditional businesses online. Hosting, domain name, and templates are the easy parts. It’s what you’re not considering that can hurt you.
D&AD has launched a series of films to find the work that the world’s top creative people wish they’d done.
Speaking in the three films are Dan Wieden of Wieden+Kennedy, Iain Tait of Google Creative Labs and Jessica Walsh of Sagmeister and Walsh. They each explain a piece of work they wish they’d done from the past 12 months, offering a rare insight into the minds of three of the industry’s most respected creatives.
Factory Fifteen has produced three mesmerising animations that take you inside the iconic Yellow Pencil to reveal three layers portraying the rich world’s of design, advertising and digital. The animated intros highlight the breadth and quality of work that is awarded at D&AD, referencing seminal pieces including Heatherwick Studio’s Olympic Cauldron, McCann Erickson’s Dumb Ways to Die and Channel 4’s Meet the Superhumans.
The films were developed by Wieden+Kennedy London in response to a brief to highlight the work and people behind the world’s most celebrated creative award.
At a time when the urban design and architecture dominate the large luxury projects distributed across the globe, large groups and organizations of the industry start a race for the projects of the future. Inspired by architectural gurus, true artists are showing their talent in the design of contemporary spaces. Take a look at some of these luxury projects, covering restaurants, hotels and boutiques.
Hotel Park Royal, WOHA architects, Singapore
A masterpiece of design, architecture and sculpture, it combines a cozy garden with lush undulating structure visually appealing. Guests are attracted to a luxurious experience and futurism, where garden spaces and contemporary architecture can be explored with pleasure. This WOHA Architects project won the Green Platinum Award, the highest rating for green buildings in Singapore.
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Once again you get a chance to own a piece of history from the Star Wars movies we all know and love in Han Solo’s official, movie used blaster prop. [More Photos at HiConsumption.com]
Forget all those boring old holiday stocking, and upgrade to this awesome tactical stocking for him this holiday season. [See More at HiConsumption.com]