Enjoy a papercraft Turkey.
Filed under: environmental / sustainability, furniture | Tags: furniture, recycle, recycled design, sustainable
Jan Korbes’ creates garbage architecture from discarded materials.
I don’t know what this is, but I like it.
Dining / Work Table
Recovered Harbour Pole Staircase
Antique Flooring Staircase
Filed under: Uncategorized
Heya. Just wanted to try out the wordpress iPhone app and share a picture. This was taken flying over the Rockies. Hope it doesn’t look too crappy full res. Seattle is pretty sweet so far. Gonna spend half a day here then train it to Portland tonite. Byeee
Filed under: product design, Shopping | Tags: Design, industrial design, museum, product design, Shopping
The Museum of Useful Things in Cambridge, MA contains a permanent collection “celebrating the Beauty of Function in everyday objects”. You can also browse (and buy!) currently manufactured items at their online shop. Here are some of my favorites:
Six Foot Rubber Band
Filed under: fashion | Tags: customize, Design, dry erase, reebok, shoes
Yep, pretty much what you expected. I personally don’t find this fascinating in any way, just sort of an, “oh alright, they make these now.”
via Inspire me, now!
Filed under: environmental / sustainability, furniture | Tags: bamboo, environmental, furniture, sustainable design
I just like the way this looks. Sustainable as well — utilizing bamboo plywood, paper-based fiber composite board, and post-industrial recycled denim fill. Available at Supermarket
Filed under: product design | Tags: camping, flashlight, lantern, light, product design
“This one-piece flashlight with an aluminum housing, converts into a
lantern with a simple pull. The torch position focuses the beam of
light, while the lantern position allows the light to spread for
While flashlight manufacturers continue to add more and more gimmicky features to their products, it’s refreshing to see actual innovation in a new flashlight design.
available at CountyComm