One Frame to Many Frames

One Frame to Many Frames

Over the past few years, digital photo frames have become a rather popular gift to be given to friends and family at holidays, a staple to be kept in living rooms around the world, a great way to show entire albums at once for all walks of life. But up until now each of these frames has only been able to work on their own. How would you like to have a modular system of these frames, able to work in tangent with one another, all in-box ready to use at your command?

0 Designers: Liang Yanjie and Joanne Tan

A Shelf of Division

A Shelf of Division

For there was a need to separate items upon a shelf, and there was need for the shelf itself, there was, thustly, the “Separation Shelf.” Designers Shay Carmon and Ben Klinger have created this lovely modular shelving system for couples of people living together in slightly separated space. A 2.5m oak lumber board with grooves ever 10cm, held up by a possible four metal supporters that also act as hangers for thangs below.

0 Designers: Shay Carmon & Ben Klinger

Table For Foodies

Table For Foodies

I love this “plated” table top from Elad Kashi. Although the legs mimic a very well known designer, it’s all about what’s on top. The table surface is actually made of several removable ceramic plates and the idea is each can hold a side dish or condiment. It encourages communal eating and is a great way to divvy up space at the dinner table. I love the last picture. DAMN those people are pigs. Oink!

0 Designer: Elad Kashi

New Bike Carrying Culture

New Bike Carrying Culture

Designer Faris ELmasu is about to change the entire world of bike baskets. Up until now, the bike basket has been entirely lame. Made for the littlest kids and those who wish to steal puppies and turn into witches.* Now, all of that is changed. Yes, this is the “Bent Wood Basket.” Made specifically for the neo-hippy aka Hipster culture, this basket is beyond trendy. It’s downright cute and useful.

0 Designer: Faris ELmasu

Two Hundred and Fifty Dollar Coasters

Two Hundred and Fifty Dollar Coasters

For your beer. For to be putting your beers onto. That’s what these are. What makes buying a pair of these Black Badger Advanced Composites coasters cost $250 is their limited nature (35 of them, total,) and their composition. They’re made of solid titanium and aetospace-grade carbon fiber, and each of them has their own individual limited edition number laser etched into their side. That’s $250 for a PAIR of these coasters. That’s pretty swanky.

0 Designer: James Thompson of Black Badger Advanced Composites

No More Smelly Shoes, Ever

No More Smelly Shoes, Ever

Do you have a fast life? Do your feet stink? Would you like to be center of attention in a room? Does your foot odor make your social situation poop out at parties? Well check it out! There’s totally something you can do about it now. You don’t have to buy a new pair of shoes everyday anymore. This right here’s the “UV Blower,” a machine that’ll keep your sneakers and business loafers smelling fresh every morning!

0 Designers: Bhagvanji M Sonagra

Gold Bars and Jesus

Gold Bars and Jesus

Perhaps you’ve heard of the old money-for-sins trade called Indulgences. That was one of the things that existed in the Catholic church for a while, and it was one of the things Martin Luther wrote about and nailed to the holy door of the clergy. It’s such an important crime, trading people’s faith for people’s hard work, that it’s gotta be re-spoken again and again. And again here it is! This project is designed by Luis Luna and it’s called “God Faith Money.” Gold, gunmetal, rubber.

0 Designer: Luis Luna

Eat Where You Please

Eat Where You Please

Recent design graduate Khatija Aslam knows the student life pretty well, especially the mealtimes! Living in dorms, the uninviting cafeteria and the lack of time to actually grab a bite…she’s been there, done that; hence this project! The Dine Away is a lunch box concept that allows you to pack in food and carry it to your comfort place to dine in peace. It’s got everything planned, right from the flatware to the mats. I know some of you could really do with this compact box.

0 Designer: Khatija Aslam

Your Whole Wall is a Clock

Your Whole Wall is a Clock

A clock for not just any of your average time enthusiasts – check it out – full wall clock. Always what you’ve wanted, right? Forever? A clock that’s the size of your whole wall? No longer do you need to live in a bell tower to make this dream come true. No gargoyle dreams for you, buddy, no! All’s you need is the “Shadow Clock”, designed by Hanhsi Chen and Chiyu Chen. With the Shadow Clock, all you’re time’s a whole-wall time show. Believe me when I say, full wall display.

0 Designers: Hanhsi Chen and Chiyu Chen

Cute Puppy Bowl Holders on the Bend

Cute Puppy Bowl Holders on the Bend

Hooray! I love me some doggie products, especially since my Fiance and I are getting our first puppy in less than a week! You know what that means? It’s time to start thinking about accessorizing. Not just collars and fabulous chew toys, those are a given, what about some nice doggie bowls? Every dog’s gotta eat, and the bowls have gotta be there somewhere in the house, so why not make them look fantastic? Here’s a solution: Roxie Doggie bowls!

0 Designer: Maya Khaira

Gadget Table Cocktail

Gadget Table Cocktail

There used to be a time when a calculator was the only gadget at home, but now the scenario includes an entourage of multi-media products that we can’t live without. Taking cue from the automotive industry where seamless gadget integration is an integral part of the interior design, Philippe Barsol gives us the @home Coffee Table, which reciprocates the function at home. Blending gadgets into the home decor, this table effortlessly integrates mobilephone, laptop, memory stick, external hard drive, remote controls, cameras etc. within its niche spaces.

0 Designer: Philippe Barsol

Magic Orange, But Not Fruity

Magic Orange, But Not Fruity

Media centers are supposed to be the hubs of our living rooms – at least that’s what many tech companies are hoping for but the overly complicated GUIs and slap dashed boxed components of computer parts makes them less than user friendly for the average consumer. The Magic Orange concept aims to simplify and organize all in a sculptural package that looks lifted out of some alien world.

0 Designer: Jerome Olivet

One Crib, All Babies

One Crib, All Babies

One panel, all personalities. That’s sort of the idea with this particular line of furniture that focuses on the panel. It’s called “Muu” and it’s got a “MuuPanel” system working for it. Imagine the luck, them having the same name like that! We’ve got a tiny bit of info on their Sam Collection – premium, colorful, and fresh. It’s all right inside this modern hipster style furnishings age we’re in. Right in there. I expect some amazing rock and roll screenprint posters on the wall and all natural food in the fridge for sure.

0 Designer: Muu

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