Fold The iPad Or Double The iPhone To Get A Link

Fold The iPad Or Double The iPhone To Get A Link

That would be my simple explanation for the Intel Link Concept Phone. Easy and simple, the idea exploits the benefits of smartphones, computers and notebooks and linking them together in a dual screen phone. As the twins explain it (Mark n David are twins!) “Link with a dual screen allows for unique interaction while being in constant contact with a partnering notebook, utilizing the notebooks processing power, hard drive and software. The hand set has back to back screens, offering unique scope of interactivity.” Sweet!

0 Designers: Mark Law & David Law for Particle Design

Only the Flyest Hanging

Only the Flyest Hanging

You know you’ve got to hang your clothes up when you want to attain full fashion victory, right? Well you DO. And to do it, you’ve got to have the most flight-ready hangers. There is only one way. The “Hangar” hanger from Chetan Sorab. It’s shaped like an airplane. Inspired from early World War aircraft, made mostly for kids, but also for me, because I love it.

0 Designer: Chetan Sorab of Epicenter Design

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

Lights By The Morning Dew

Lights By The Morning Dew

I am by no means a rugged person. I don’t particularly enjoy being “outdoorsy”. I’m the kind of person that overpacks and overcompensates for all possible scenarios, one of which is getting lost. The Dewlighting (should be called Dew Light) is designed for such a scenario. You can use it as a battery powered torch light or hang it to provide ambient lighting. When hung, a flexible sack can be unfurled to collect water droplets. I like the idea although this relies on only getting lost in a humid area.

0 Designers : Sae Hee Lee, Sungjae Lee, & Hyemi Lee

Squishy Controls

Squishy Controls

Flora presents a unique perspective on remote controls. The silicone outer shell responds to pressure and tension by squeezing and pulling it. The inputs translate into different commands when navigating data on a computer. The center contains a small touchscreen for gesture input. The design needs major work but the concept is interesting. Color me intrigued.

0 Designer: Khatija Aslam

Good Things In Small Packages

Good Things In Small Packages

Economic sense always guides me to buying refill pack for toiletries as they work out much cheaper. However I’m forced to buy the more-expensive-pint-sized version for my travels as smaller bottles are convenient to carry. The Shower Plus comes like a god-sent resolve because of its size and packaging. The secure lock system ensures no leaks, so accidents of shampoo or lotions mixing with clothes seem impossible! The thoughtful suction tab on one face makes its wall-mount in a jiffy. Rarely do we get the perfect combo utility, form and function!

0 Designer: Jin Chang-soo

Disposable Printer

Disposable Printer

The Instant Cartridge Printer is an awesome idea modeled on the lines of how disposable cameras are dispensed. The plan is to buy a cartridge printer off the shelf, according to the paper size you plan on using. Related info like print speed, print resolution and color is provided on the packaging itself. The designers try and bring in an eco-angle by using recyclable paper for the milk-box packaging and recyclable parts. However the printer is powered by an internal battery & hooks to the device and comp via USB.

0 Designers: Yuexun Chen & Chia-Chen Hsiao

Touch Me to Me for Light

Touch Me to Me for Light

Between the two luminous bodies there is nothing until they touch. Once these luminous bodies touch, there is light. This is a unique lamp in that you physically have to make the connection in a way not many people are aware of when they turn on any other light source. You close the loop yourself, you make that electricity flow. This is “Touching Lamp” and it’s designed by Shay Carmon and Ben Klinger, who’ve left the light at 12 volts so it’s completely safe to touch.

0 Designers: Shay Carmon & Ben Klinger

Dog Power Polar

Dog Power Polar

It’s been quite a while since the last time I did a post about a sled. A sled for snow, incase you did not know. The designer of this project I’m about to tell you about, Dawid Dawod, reminds us all that dog power, combined with sled engineering, has been utilized by humans in traveling and hunting for hundreds of years. Dawod notes that as far back as the 10th century we were rolling hard with our best friends by our side. So what does Dawod design? The sled!

0 Designer: Dawid Dawod

Sitting on Sweets

Sitting on Sweets

These sitting objects right here goes by the name “Frosted Seating” and they are bound and determined to grab at the sweet tooth of your mind’s eye. And your bum. It’s like being in Candyland when you’re propped up on these lovely little stools and chairs. Hexagonal shapes made from frosted acrylic contrast with green colored linear legs. Frosted for cuteness, frosted for a subtle and tactile finish, frosted for durability!

0 Designer: Emma Brown

Phone On Board

Phone On Board

This is sexy enough to make me want a handset. Phone On Board originated by observing how space is used around a phone. People make calls but also keep pens, notes, keys – any number of things. The design itself is minimal enough to live in Muji stores and I love how the no-frills design of the handset brings all the attention to the base plate. Stunning example of design by extension and adaptation.

0 Designers: Shin Go Eun & Giha Woo

BioErgonomic Pen Is Inspiring

BioErgonomic Pen Is Inspiring

I love a designer that understands ergonomics but I love one that understands humor even more. This BioErgonomic pen is shaped to better fit in the hands. The squatter base helps it rests between the fingers and that bump keeps it from slipping. Designer Mohsen Tafazzoly admits “usage probability for women is higher than men.” I wouldn’t count your stats too quickly. I know a lot and I do mean A LOT of men that would buy this. Oh and look, the ink color is denoted by the umm… the head.

0 Designer: Mohsen Tafazzoly