Filed under: fashion, product design | Tags: fashion, glasses, product design, shirt
Filed under: electronics, product design | Tags: computer, product design, usb
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Filed under: electronics, fashion, product design | Tags: electronics, led, product design, watch
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Filed under: interior design, product design, recycle / reuse | Tags: bic pen, daisy, product design, recycle, reuse, vase
THIS is the kind of recycled design I like to see.
Official website: Kibardindesign
Filed under: product design | Tags: bathroom, interior design, product design, shower head
It’s safe to assume no one would like to get hit with a water bottle in the first place, so if it has an attachment specifically designed to fuck your shit up I guess it will increase the effectiveness of using a water bottle for a weapon from -3 to ummm… 1?. You can tell it’s dangerous because in the last picture the person holding it is wearing gloves. It’ll probably rip your bare skin to shreds if you even touch it. Be careful.
Is it okay if I said it just looks cool and I want one, regardless if it’s a weapon? Maybe this could be a fashion statement?
BONUS! It’s dishwasher safe.
Filed under: eating / dinnerware / kitchen | Tags: crushed ice, ice, product design
Okay I don’t even like crushed ice, but I still like the idea.
An oldie but a goodie. This is still one of my abosolute favorite electronics design concepts. The original concept calls for casual (non-intensive) computer use, but I think this design can be expanded into a more powerful and functional laptop, specifcally aimed at travelers / always-on-the-go types. Those cute netbooks that are popular now are awesome and all, but typing on a small keyboard sucks and is very non-ergonomic. A flip-out fullsize keyboard like this might just to the trick. Website: Antenna Design
Filed under: eating / dinnerware / kitchen | Tags: biscuit, coffee, mug, product design
Filed under: electronics, Uncategorized | Tags: calculator, electronics, industrial design, product design
Filed under: electronics, environmental / sustainability | Tags: electronics, environmental design, green, product design, radio, sustainable
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