Love My Pair Of Denim Frames

Love My Pair Of Denim Frames

This is one of those designs where you go … why didn’t I think of it before! Down right damn mister! Solid Denim Sunglasses – it can’t get cooler than this if you ask me. A pair of sunglasses made with denim to perfection; smooth at the edges and inside surface with rugged denim appeal all over. If you wonder what motivated the team, then it’s the simple conviction that something inspiring could be crafted from those good old Blue Jeans.

0 Designer: Mosevic [ Buy it Here ]

The “Good” in Good Design Award

The “Good” in Good Design Award

The short of it is that The Good Design Award registrations are open and the deadline for entries is June 3, 2015 – So hurry and Apply Now! In case you need convincing … read the long of it … my trip to Japan and first hand experience of the Awards, the Jury and the Exhibition at Tokyo Midtown. The journey of the awards kicked off as a benchmark for the industrialized Japan, however, over the last decade or so, the focus has shifted to include consumer goods and everyday items. This opens doors for young companies and designers from the world over to participate.

0 Deadline: June 3, 2015

A Soy Latte for me and a Black Coffee for my pen

A Soy Latte for me and a Black Coffee for my pen

As much as that would probably get you a few bewildered stares at your local barista, that sentence makes complete sense if you own a WINKpen. That’s because the WINKpen is designed to write with anything you can pour into it! Tea, Coffee, Juice, Alcohol! Now you can literally carry a bottle of wine to work and pass it off as ink!

0 Designer: Jessica Chan

Help from above

Help from above

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it superman? No. It’s superman’s equivalent, though. The JCB 4RS is an emergency response vehicle designed to be dropped from the skies on a disaster zone. The heavy duty vehicle can be used to rapidly rescue/relocate/regenerate, says designer Jake Smith. In a disaster, time is of the essence, with every passing second being crucial to the safety of the environment and its inhabitants. The 4RS is equipped to handle such situations with speed and effectiveness. Badass!

0 Designer: Jake Smith

A Seat for Any Situation

A Seat for Any Situation

Somewhere between a comfy poltrona and an occasional chair, the Reves chair was designed to envelope the user when they choose. The flexible, two-tone trivera textile hood can be folded up instantly to create a secluded, quieter space for reading or simply contemplating. Simply fold it down and voila! Open, occasional seating.

0 Designer: Muka Design Lab

One Marker to Rule Them All

One Marker to Rule Them All

The Copic Marker proves that big things come in small packages! Unlike a limited, space-consuming set of colored markers, it gives users endless color options in one compact device. Like an ink printer, the design utilizes replaceable cartridges of cyan, yellow and magenta. The user can select their desired shade with a smartphone app, sync and draw away!

0 Designer: Burov Art

Sustainable Shell Smartphone

Sustainable Shell Smartphone

The HTC GO GREEN is an evolution of Peter Dudas’ HTC ONE M8 that focuses on sustainability. Rather than a brushed aluminum unibody frame, the design features precision-bent bamboo for a look that’s natural, warm and more eco-friendly. Like its predecessor, users can expect the same warp speed performance, serious battery life and a super HD display.

0 Designer: Peter Dudas

A ladder to make neighbors jealous

A ladder to make neighbors jealous

You’ve probably played the board game Snakes and Ladders before. Here’s a ladder with a new personality. It can coil up like a snake.! Now luckily it still does what a ladder does, with the massive advantage of snugly fitting in the tightest of spots in your attic. And it also adds up as a cool topic of conversation!

0 Designer: Chacko T Kalacherry

No more stupid touchscreens

No more stupid touchscreens

I have a smartphone, and recently bought a laptop. Both are equipped with a touch-sensitive screen, much against my wishes. Touchscreens are supremely intuitive, I know, but they are really not the best in terms of tactile interaction. They dont “feel” great”. I’m personally more of a switches, knobs, keys, and dials person myself. Which is why the Nuimo is like the holy grail of controllers to me.

0 Designer: Senic

A Blast from the Past Phone

A Blast from the Past Phone

The Macintosh Phone Concept is exactly as it sounds! This novel device explores how Apple’s flagship product might’ve looked and worked had it been released 20 years before the first iPhone. The concept revolves around a vintage-looking dial that can be used to scroll up/down the screen or used like a rotary phone. Practical for our reliance today? Probably not. But with this, you’re sure to be the most dedicate fanboy hipster on the block.

0 Designer: Pierre Cerveau

Introducing, the PlaTEApus

Introducing, the PlaTEApus

Inspired by what might be the strangest creature on earth, the VivaBoo is a goofy take on the tea infuser that’s as friendly to use as it is to look at. Simply fill his belly with your favorite leaves, grab the bill to be safe, and dangle on the side for a fresh cup! Check out all the cuteness in the video!

0 Designer: Gongdreen

Android that Makes Sense

Android that Makes Sense

Inspired from the original hTc ONE M8, this simplified concept is immediately recognizable in terms of its functionality. Main parts of its aesthetic character include a brushed metal unibody frame, dual front-facing speakers, and a contoured rear side. As for usability, users can expect warp speed performance, serious battery life and a super HD display.

0 Designer: Peter Dudas

A Lighter for the Shop

A Lighter for the Shop

Inspired by mechanics, Flint is a stylish lighter with a strong, rugged identity and form that was designed to resemble a chuck key. While the heavy-duty aesthetic blends in with the mechanic’s tools, it’s also just as functional. A knurled ring for easy grip, wind-proof jet flame, fuel indicator, and flame intensity knob are some of the features that set it apart as one you’ll want to hang on to.

0 Designer: Sumedh Vartak

Le Nouveau Lenovo

Le Nouveau Lenovo

When the tablet was made, everyone thought that the PC would die. Quite the contrary occurred. This year was the year of the laptop, showing a remarkable rise in laptop sales. The point is, that ultra-portability does not trump functionality. The Lenovo Horizon workstation is all about function. The Horizon reiterates the concept of the workstation, reimagining all details from man X machine interaction, team-based file sharing, to even seating ergonomics.

0 Designer: Maxwell Canelhas

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