This project called TypoSpective is a collection of daily-used words designed in minimalistic and expressive forms. It gives words a space to perform and to interact with the audience, while avoiding visual distractions and complications.
You’re not off the grid yet but you want to live as simply as possible, and what’s more simple than a picnic? Madrid-based architecture and design studio AtelierTERATOMA researched the history of picnics and have given the traditional setup a 21st century transformation.
Who doesn’t love a burger? They’re big, they’re juicy, and they taste delicious. But a burger in the shape of a lamp? You’d think it’d look just as delicious, but you’re wrong. You’re so wrong.
In a recent study conducted by Virgin Trains, it showed that bearded swimmers had slower lap times compared to their less hairy counterparts. The solution to this problem? The Beard Cap.
You can watch a movie at home and sort of get a rush from those car chases and cliffhanger moments. Or, you could bring the movie into your home via a 3D projector. Yep, Star Wars technology has finally come knocking and we’re about as excited for this as you are.
If you’ve seen the film ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ (which you totally should have by now), you’d have already been blown away by the intricate design of each vehicle. The life-size ones are obviously a sight to see, but apparently, their tiny versions are equally amazing as well.
Well, that’s one way to get anyone’s attention. Two Toronto-based designers have come up with a novel solution to help increase cyclist visibility at night: Bike Balls, modified tail lights that look like a pair of bobbing, glowing testicles. You read that right. A pair of nuts can save human lives!
They say that love comes in all shapes and sizes. Well apparently that holds true – even for fruits! Ukrainian designer Anna Dovgan has created a pair of plush dolls that looks like an avocado couple.
In his ‘Daily Spoon’ project, Norwegian designer Stian Korntved Ruud embarks on the daunting task of handcrafting one unique spoon design every day for one whole year.
The trouble with fighting fires in traditional one-size-fits-all firefighting suits is that they’re heavy and bulky, weighing firefighters down when they’re climbing stairs or rescuing people. One industrial designer, Jiazhen ‘Ken’ Chen has made a dramatic improvement on tradition and introduced his A.F.A.-powered exoskeleton suit to give firefighters a personalised helping hand while on the job.
Ukraine-based architect Olena Mysnyk brings fictional characters to life – or at least part of them – through her collection of quirky handmade bookmarks. Half piece of paper and half body part, the bookmarks make it look like characters are trapped inside the pages of their books (literally), with only their legs sticking out.