According to designer Igor Mitin: “The idea is that anyone can make an individual interior decoration with “facepot” and friends’ or relatives’ images. The Image is printed and stuck to the pot. After that the transparent protective pot is put over the main pot. It will save the image during a watering process. Moreover, transparent protective pot accurately fits the image to the pot’s shape and makes it vivid and complete. The idea is to buy more lush plants. The choice is yours, but it is better when the plant hides the top of the pot. In such case, we create a true “haircut” for a person on the image. Pots with black-white images can be a good decoration for restaurants or offices. I think that “facepots” will give joy and lots of fun for everyone.” Continue reading »
Italian-Danish duo GamFratesi, have designed a modular coat hanger that is inspired by the classical dance of the Waltz. Taking note of the lightness of the steps of the ballroom dance and the rotations the dancers make, the designers made the modular piece curve, and appear to dance on the wall. Continue reading »
Serbian illustrator Milos Zlatanovic imagined a new visual identity for his country’s currency: the Serbian Dinar. By keeping the color codes of current bills, he chose the give a more illustrated aspect by paying tribute to the fauna of his country with a bear and a bird on 50 and 100 Dinars bills. Continue reading »
There is a peculiar house in Hillsborough, California, which the locals call the “Flintstones House” due to its kooky looks. The house was originally listed at $4.2 million. It has been on the market for a year now but still has not attracted any buyers, even after two price cuts. Let’s peep inside the house and see what might be driving the buyers away.
Even from far away, it’s easy to The Flintstones House isn’t a normal property.
It’s made from concrete that’s been painted orange and purple, though it was first finished in an off-white color when it was built in 1976. Continue reading »
Here’s a chair fit for any firearm fanatic. Crafted from real AK-47s, this JamesEdition creation boasts style and innovation in its effort to pay homage to arguably one of the more infamous assault weapons. The inspiration came to artist Rainer Weber while he was reading a book on Michail Kalashnikov, creator of the AK. From here the chair was born. Continue reading »
That isn’t easy to live in a 30 square meter apartment. Although Akis has managed to design her apartment in Tokyo so thoughtful that there is everything that she needs. Continue reading »
From pencils encouraging kids to do drugs to an escalator that leads you straight into a wall, we can’t believe these epic design fails ever got made into actual products. Continue reading »
The Aston Martin Lagonda was produced between 1974 and 1990 and it is still superb today. Continue reading »
The team behind the Toronto-based Cradle collective created a minimal bench using a raw-cut tree slab and a white steel frame. The project’s name ‘Bench_01’ stems from the fact that the first piece cut from a maple leaf tree, labelled B_01, was originally used as the base of the bench. Continue reading »
This product has been made in the packaging class and for the contest «Young Package 2011» which theme was: Packaging of a national product. The peppermint reminds us of our grandparents who ate these infamous candies without the help of their denture. This is were comes the idea of unwrapping the product by tearing the teeth apart. This humoristic packaging requires very little glue, cardboard and a small recyclableplastic wrap. This project has also received a mention in this competition, as well as projects with other students at UQAM in the winter semester 2011. Continue reading »
Haoshi Design is named after the Chinese for “good things”, and has come up with this cute little clock which looks like a sparrow’s nest. Made of resin, the clock is modern looking and is as much a decorative feature as as functional timepiece. The designers were inspired by watching the little birds flying outside of their window, and we love the design. Continue reading »
Character is a San Francisco-based branding and design agency with a passion for launching, rejuvenating and propelling brands. Our goal is to create lasting and meaningful relationships between our client’s brand and their audience through smart thinking and thoughtful design. We aim to do this by crafting stories that touch people on a personal level, sparking a change in their everyday behavior.
Our lives are continuously and rapidly changing. Today few things last forever. However, this shouldn’t be the case for your furniture. You can now enjoy your furniture for life without the need of buying and throwing away over and over again. Continue reading »
Did you think about a design tree for this Christmas? No? OdenneBoom is made for you!
The OdenneBoom is available in different sizes and materials. The most popular in the series is the white life-size Christmas tree made of cardboard. This cardboard is a strong double-layered corrugated cardboard, is 100% recyclable and can be reused for several years. There are also accessories available for this version such as a RGB LED lighting. This allows to light up your OdenneBoom with indirect light in different colors you wish.
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Turkeys strut, peacocks preen, and bowerbirds design. Of all the strange things that male birds do to attract a mate, the bowerbird’s ritual is the only one that could make it into the MoMA. They use two distinct types of “architecture” and have a keen eye for color as well. Continue reading »
A calendar with no rules and a playful usage for users to personalize. Continue reading »
Casmic Lab is a Valencia based design studio founded in 2006 by Amadeo Castroviejo and Roser Miquel. Working with a broad range of clients from individuals to institutions with the best motivation and possible precision at every project to obtain the best results in: graphic design, web, corporate identity, illustration and motion. Continue reading »
doubleTwist Alarm has been an overwhelmingly successful project. It has received universal acclaim, from Google executives to design publications and many Android and gadget websites. Yet, the first question on anyone’s lips was always the same: “Why an alarm clock? Why would you take a swing at something so trivial and small, something so elementary to any cellphone made since the 1980s?” Continue reading »
Good Fucking Design Advice aims to serve the needs of the greater design community for the common good.
Good Fucking Design Advice is a collaborative project between designers/educators Brian Buirge and Jason Bacher. The site originally started as a humorous side project while in graduate school and has since taken off to garner international attention. During its first year GFDA released a series of products designed to inspire the masses including shirts, posters, coffee mugs and buttons. Continue reading »
The Knelt seat and desk combo is an innovative kneeling stool and low desk for children that naturally encourages an optimal posture for positive spinal development in young kids. With conventional seating, most kids tend to hunch putting strain on their lil necks, shoulders and backs but this desk promotes a healthy straight spine. Continue reading »
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