Pop-A-Point Tools

Pop-A-Point Tools

Rewind to school days and do you recollect absentmindedly play with the Pop-A-Point rainbow pen? Who knew that such a simple idea of a functional mechanical pencil would inspire a bunch of designers to create an innovation that revolutionizes the tool industry! I’m talking about the Tool Pen by mininch; so cool and well designed! It’s a pint-sized all-tools-in-your-pocket and everyone loves this idea!

0 Designer: mininch [ Buy it Here ]

This is Gonna Be Big

This is Gonna Be Big

The latest and greatest since the selfie-stick, Stesco is the first peripheral add-on that allows you to make high-quality 3D stereoscopic photos using two iPhones! No expensive equipment required, simply conjoin two iPhone 5, 5S or 6 using the specially adapted case. Then, access the Stesco App to record video on both devices simultaneously, process the image or video merging them into 3D format, save, or publish! It’s that simple. See it in action after the jump —>

0 Designer: Moebius Industries LTD

A Perfect Blend: Patchwork Wood

A Perfect Blend: Patchwork Wood

Table 101 is an exploration in the manipulation of wood to achieve an aesthetic that’s slightly askew in character. Made primarily of solid white oak, one side is patched with hard maple and joined together using handmade corian butterfly inlayed keys. Completely oxidized and fitted with sturdy iron legs, the result is a playful patchwork of natural material that contrasts an otherwise straightforward form.

0 Designer: Alon Dodo

Meet, Llama

Meet, Llama

This clever coat rack provides a whimsical way to hang and store everything from jackets to umbrellas. Simple yet artistic, its slim profile and fun form make it a perfect entryway greeting piece. Dress it up or keep it naked!

0 Designer: André Simón Soneira

Hip to be Square

Hip to be Square

The square-shaped smartphone never caught on, but a look at the BlackBerry L and we might consider it! This BlackBerry beauty captures the brand’s bold styling and core features with both a capacitive touch screen and, of course, an iconic QWERTY keyboard that’s only revealed by use of a rotary slider. Use the volume rocker to scroll the 3.5″ display with 1:1 aspect ratio or touch your way around a variety of modern apps. DO WANT!

0 Designer: Andrew Zhilin

The Healthy Handle

The Healthy Handle

At first glance, Impulse might appear to be just like any other umbrella, but take a look at its handle and you’ll spy something a little bit different. It’s enhanced ergonomic shape not only makes it feel natural and comfortable to carry for extended durations, but it also does double duty as a way to practice strength training! The expandable handle provides resistance so you can squeeze and repeat while you walk, giving your fingers, hands and forearms a workout while you walk in the rain!

0 Designer: Mikhail Belyaev

Evolution of the Vacuum

Evolution of the Vacuum

Whether you’re all about the ease of a vacuum or like things the old school broom-in-hand way, tidying up where the wall meets the floor can be tricky either way. The ingenious Vacuum Band stretches out, attaches to any wall and even flexes to the walls unique curves and corners to pick up stubborn lint, dirt, hair and other small debris. Set it and forget it to effortlessly clean those hard to reach places, or use it like a dustpan and move debris towards it when you’re sweeping.

0 Designer: Arpheo Works

Capsules of Light

Capsules of Light

The Ignite light is a fresh take on the emergency torch that strays from the bulky body, opting for a sleeker yet equally effective form. The modular design is intended for a multitude of purposes, including power outages, roadside breakdowns, or recreational camping. Simple separate the two halves of the capsule to automatically activate the LEDs. One half provides a directional beam for spotlighting and the other a diffused glow for reading or illuminating a dark workspace.

0 Designer: Saumya Arora

Phones of Future Past

Phones of Future Past

Make new friends, but keep the old; Those are silver, these are gold. In the past 20 years we’ve had to say goodbye to so much. Which makes seeing them again an absolutely exhilarating feeling. The Commodore conceptual smartphone is an ode to a tech-lover’s oldest friend. Built to serve the future, but actually a window into a golden past, the phone is sure to give you “dem feels”.

0 Designer: Giving Shape

A Shopaholic's Christmas

A Shopaholic’s Christmas

If you’ve lived in a hostel, you’ve definitely tried to hang more than one item of clothing on a single wardrobe hook. My record is three shirts, one hook. You tend to find ways to maximize usage, don’t you? The Orga Cart appeals to that nature. Designed to help you carry everything (believe me, I’m not exaggerating), the cart has mods for every possible scenario, making it easier to shop till you drop.

0 Designer: Milutin Rajic

Clasp and Cook

Clasp and Cook

In light of everything being portable, it’s only fair that cooking stoves go that way too. The Clasp Range is a portable stove that is lightweight, easy to charge and totally ready for the go. Think camping, picnics and BBQ Parties and more, designed to fit both indoors and outdoors, I love the handgrip and collapsible elements to the design.

0 Designers: Kinam Hwang, Mina Kim, Jisoo Koh & Suim Chois

Avian-inspired Architecture

Avian-inspired Architecture

At the entrance of the landmark city of Mashhad, Iran, this “living architecture” is inspired by the birds inhabiting the city’s Imam Reza shrine, where tourists flock to take in the architecture & avian dwellers. Driving visitors are greeted by a 28 meter high pillar with moving wings powered when incoming vehicles drive over a subtle bump connected to system of cables & gears. Nestled amidst the ancient backdrop, this modern marvel stands out as both a tribute to one of the city’s historic attractions & a symbol of its importance in the world of tomorrow.

0 Designers: Naser Nasiri & Taher Nasiri

Siri needs her beauty sleep

Siri needs her beauty sleep

I guess the most natural way to charge your phone would be to prescribe it some bedrest. The phone is becoming increasingly human (like in the movie Her, for example) and visually, we could do better than plugging a cord into our phone to invigorate it. The designers at Aerios created the classiest bed/lounging chair for your smartphone. Modeled in beautiful Australian timber, the wireless charger is truly spectacular looking. Either lay your mobile down on it, or adjust the kickstand and prop your device up on its throne of sorts.

0 Designer: Aerios

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