A Beach's Best Friend

A Beach’s Best Friend

Not your typical MD, Dr. Recare is the autonomous mobile doctor designed to make marine cleanup a cinch. The 3D printing craft cleans sand, extracting plastic garbage from the other waste before heating it and applying to a mold to create a newly printed recycling bin. The new bin is placed in strategic locations at the beach where it’s needed most! It’s mobile 3D printing at its best!

0 Designer: Mingyu Jeong

Put Your Things in the Right Perspective

Put Your Things in the Right Perspective

Beautifully simple and practical, the 360 SHELF will change the way your organize your things! Easily adjustable at any angle, it has a variable span that ranges from a chic shelf for books and magazines, handy landing for your tech gizmos, or simply stashing and displaying your favorite knick knacks. One way to install… multiple ways to change. See how it works —>

0 Designer: Luka Pirnat

Homemade Probiotics!

Homemade Probiotics!

Made for kefir-lovers by kefir-lovers, KEFIRKO takes the mess out of making this beneficial probiotic at home! Adapted to the beverage’s very specific preparation requirements, the design simultaneously provides optimum fermentation conditions and a simplified procedure for separating grains from the kefir. With just 3 components, the unit is as easy to clean as it is to prep. Watch the vid and witness all the benefits!

0 Designer: Marko Borko & Andrej Glažar

Get Your Virtual Reality On

Get Your Virtual Reality On

Smartphone capability has excelled in the way of handheld entertainment, but even in an era of bigger screens, their small size is problematic for watching movies or immersive gaming. That’s where the Viewbox comes in. The neoprene headset turns your device into a gigantic screen! Watch 3D movies for a virtual reality experience, fly using Google Earth, ride a roller coaster or enter a 360 degree haunted house! Soft, foldable and portable, it’s easy to take anywhere. Watch it in action —>

0 Designer: Evomade

Cutting Edge Chopper

Cutting Edge Chopper

Bespoke and hand-crafted from entirely new materials, the Sylvester is probably the least chopped of chopper bikes. Though not built from “scratch,” this far-out concept features many familiar chopper features (each with a futuristic twist) including extended forks, hardtail frame, no rear suspension, dropped drag handlebars and oversized (centerless!) wheels. Ooooh-so-low!

0 Designer: Olcay Tuncay Karabulut

Reclaimed Rockets

Reclaimed Rockets

The latest addition to Fallen Furniture’s curated series of reclaimed furniture, the mirror-polished Cluster Bomb Drinks Cabinet stands more than eight feet tall and weighs in at 600 pounds. Behind the gleaming 1970s missile fuselage, three glass shelves revolve around a gold-plated spindle. In the base, a sliding platform built from lacquered American walnut conceals an armory of custom-made cocktail utensils. With its patent fusion of industrial heritage and high-end craftsmanship, this breathtaking cabinet is an explosion of awesomeness!

0 Designer: Fallen Furniture

Easy-draining Pot

Easy-draining Pot

Love the concept of the Funnel Pot, which integrates a water draining system. It’s designed to help drain out boiling water and keeping the pasta, rice or whatever it was that you were boiling, within the pot. I suppose you could use it for making tea as well, but you get the drift right? Just another innovation that hopes to make cooking an easier job and cut down on wastage.

0 Designer: Bosoon Kang

Effortless Camping Tent

Effortless Camping Tent

The biggest killjoy of camping is the pitching of the tents. Making this experience more effortless and easy is the Camping Doughnut. It not only fosters community living whilst promoting individual space, it’s also easier to setup than most tents. The design offers you the flexibility of configuring it according to your needs. Happy camping people!

0 Designers: Sungha Lim, Hyunmook Lim & Han Kim

A Cooler Crutch

A Cooler Crutch

The PLAS-STICKS Eco Cruch is the stronger, lighter, cheaper, just plain cooler-looking alternative to the conventional crutch. For starters, the design has a 332:1 weight-to-strength ratio as apposed to the 228:1 ratio of conventional metal crutches. Not only lighter, its ergonomic angular form transfers more of the user’s weight to the forearms rather than the hands & wrists, preventing blisters, carpel tunnel & overall exhaustion. It’s highly adjustable/flexible & fully recyclable/reusable, ensuring a long life of use for a variety of patients.

0 Designer: David Carl Johnson

Rock While You Roll

Rock While You Roll

The first of its kind, MUZE is a rockin’ twist on portable audio that merges a longboard and wireless radio for a truly unique skateboarding experience! Built in to the stylish wood deck is a Bluetooth enabled speaker that streams your favorite tunes while you ride. Users can also set it to automatically change the vibe to match the various environments they pass on their trip. See it in action after the jump!

0 Designer: So-Hee Woo

Toast Toasted Right

Toast Toasted Right

There will come a time when your trusted toaster will start acting funny and begin popping out burnt toast instead of crisp ones. To ensure that nothing as crazy as this happens, we have here the See Through Toaster. A no-brainer, toaster has side panels that are made of glass and showcase the bread. Simply pop them up as soon as they get crispy enough for you.

0 Designer: Chaya Harntaweewongsa - PLERN Studio

A Baby Sitter for Your Board

A Baby Sitter for Your Board

The latest in a trend of specialized hanging systems, the Wall Ride is a practical and versatile rack that’s perfect for putting your skateboard on display (and out of the way)! A handy slot keeps your board safely elevated to avoid dings and scratches on both the deck and your home walls, and even doubles as a bottle opener. Three hooks and two additional shelves allow you to conveniently hang almost anything else, including gear like helmets, gloves and knee pads.

0 Designer: Zanocchi & Starke

Band Aid Pop

Band Aid Pop

I recently had a nasty fall that required me to dress and change my bandages everyday. The kind of wound that I had was quite deep and wide, and bang on the knee. Imagine, for almost two months that it took to heal, I had to use two set of ointments, one cream, sterile gauze and tape, to hold things together. It was painful and a long-drawn process. If only I had access to concepts like the Popband-aid, those two months would have been easy for me.

0 Designers: Byun Ji Hyun, Chang Min Jeong, Hong Myung Jik & Yun So Hyeon