Filed under: environmental / sustainability, product design | Tags: Design, environmental, green, product design, water, water conservation
Filed under: festive | Tags: challah, crafts, hanukkah, needlework, towel
Filed under: festive | Tags: atypyk, bookshelf, christmas, christmas tree
Travel safe, eat food. Bye-ee.
Filed under: crafts | Tags: Design, font, graphic design, hand made, typeface, typography
Want some bigger gift tags? How about HUGE HANDMADE TYPEFACE GIFT TAGS? That’s more like it.
Filed under: Textiles | Tags: Art, cartography, Design, map, quilt, Textiles
Piano is a combined bikestand and park bench. The 90 degree angels creates an interesting and effectfull contrast in the landscape.The bench will come in three different variations.
Pretty cool concept. I’m for any design that promotes bicycle riding. I’d like to call out two matters which could prove to be troublesome if this actually gets put into production: 1. It doesn’t look very comfortable to sit on at all (ya know, the “90 degree angels”), and 2.Bicycles take up a lot of space — the bench would have to be longer to accommodate a few more bicycles. However, I can’t dispute that this is an awesome idea and would love to see it in parks and city streets some day.
It’s a little hard to see the scale because the photographs are extremely close-ups, but they’re quite minute — ya know, crayon sized. If you’re in New York these are on view at The Future Perfect.
Filed under: environmental / sustainability | Tags: bird feeder, product design, soda bottle
I’m sure you could make this for less than $15 (plus you get a two liters of your favorite beverage!), but if you’re lazy and are lacking some hand skills you can’t go wrong with this.
available at UncommonGoods
Filed under: packaging.
“Research and development led to the creation of “Squeeze ‘N’ Spread.” The package relieves the mess and hassle of using a tub and knife to spread cream cheese while producing significantly less plastic waste.”
Miles Russell Coroflot portolio
Loyal Loot homepage
via Design You Trust
Filed under: eating / dinnerware / kitchen | Tags: coffee, food, product design, sugar, tea