Ever wondered how to funkify a wall, making it both interesting and practical? Well, here’s a solution brought to you by Pete Oyler. Inspired by the simple rubber band, Oyler’s shelving unit uses aluminum wall pins and cast rubber that’s able to flex and stretch into a number of shapes. No more plain walls, boring shelves or tacky bookcases. A fresh and innovative storage idea awaits.
Although still a prototype, this collapsible helmet is something daily bike riders would love to have available. No more bulky, heavy helmets, this lightweight product by Do You Velo is a practical solution for those riding to and from work.
Simple to use and something we all have in our homes, these fruit-shaped Post-It notes are hardly essential, but definitely fun and different, helping brighten up this traditionally dull object.
Hitch Hands is a device that mounts on your truck hitch. It has the capacity to adapt and move to wherever you want, from which position you can set the plastic hand in the shape of a “V” of victory, the surfer hang loose greeting, f**k you, and much, much more.
For those looking to spend hours under the sun at the beach over summer, David Scomparin has found the perfect solution to tanning in comfort. As all beach lovers know, when you’re lying around soaking in the rays, it’s always such a frustrating thing having to find something to cover your face — from relying […]
For those that cycle to and from work, this neatly designed helmet is a must. Sure, a small blinking red light on the rear of your bicycle seat is essentia,l but the large red light on the back plus the smaller white light on the front of this clever helmet not only helps you be […]
Imagine seeing one of these in the place of a normal tap and basin. You’d question how on earth it worked, right? Well, it’s quite simple really: you take the small river stone off and the light pressure of the water is left to flow. A brilliant and remarkably aesthetically pleasing design that gets rid of the mechanical components of a tap. Just hope you don’t lose that stone.
The Good Afternoon clock by Mile Project just shouts design. It’s simple, creative and makes great use of modern technology. The look speaks for itself, a white circular frame with tiny holes that lets a bright and powerful focused LED light beam stream out, creating the second, minute and hour hands of a clock.
Some cool designer cityscape blinds by Elina Aalto, with options including Paris, Tokyo, Stockholm and Helsinki. I’m not sure as how practical they are, as when you close your blinds, you don’t want to let any light. But maybe someone has a place for them somewhere.
More than just a funky looking instrument, this oddly shaped guitar has been designed so that it records as if the person was actually playing in front of you: ‘The Stereo Acoustic Guitar directs a stereo sound towards the player, rather than a mono sound out to the listeners, as is the case with most […]
Maruja Fuentes is the mastermind behind these decorative tiles. Made from recycled materials, by using these, you’re now able to place a little color and interest in an otherwise boring tiled wall. The intent was for them to be used as planters for a wall display or covering. However, with a little creativity, I’m sure […]
Swedish trio Claesson Koivisto Rune have come up with a biodegradable environmentaly friendly chair. The brilliance shines through DuraPulp, a paper based material that is fully recyclable. Reinforced with PLA, plastic made from maize starch or cane sugar which binds with the paper fibers at 167 degrees Celsius, the result is a material that has the properties of plastic and the qualities of paper: water resistant, lightweight, yet surprisingly solid.