The Hanging Fetish

The Hanging Fetish

What fetish do you have? Come on be honest about it. I know of a designer who has a fetish of designing stuff that hangs…but honestly it’s really cute stuff. Like the last time I showcased his Hanging Tea, which we all appreciated. So does ID also include novelty stuff like this cute Hanger Dog? Only thing with this prop is that it’s not restrictive to teabags, you can hang your keys around its neck, and it sits sweetly around the edge of your cup, frames etc. I think I have a “cute stuff fetish”, what about you?

0 Designer: Soon Mo Kang

For When You're Up There

For When You’re Up There

Do not fall down! This is for staying up! I’m always for more extension ladder accessories, especially if they mean I can bring as much paint up there as I can at once. The design your about to look at not only innovates on the bucket, it innovates on the rug. Lots more space on the bottom, lots more space on the top. Light, sturdy, and above all, the magic word: functional.

0 Designer: Martin Gibson

To Grow Herb in da House

To Grow Herb in da House

Far when you got to get up and make the herb that’s mad decent. Or just plain nicely grown, from your home. The designer of this project, Albert Kwon, notes that this project is made in reaction to the multi-national corporations who have centralized food production to make it have perfect profits. Well to that say nay! Get up and get down with your own food! We’ve got the tools, we can build them!

0 Designer: Albert Kwon

Portable Subwoofer For Your MacBook

Portable Subwoofer For Your MacBook

Not happy with your MacBook speakers? Sound a little flat don’t they? The Bassjump is a USB powered subwoofer that turns your MacBook into a sweet sound system. It looks like an aluminum Mac mini which perfectly compliments the new unibody aluminum MacBooks. Hit the jump for my review.

0 Designer: Twelve South [ Buy it here ]

A Car For All Us Cyborgs

A Car For All Us Cyborgs

Hold on to your head because you’re mind is about to be blown away by this concept called C.S.V. (Cyborg Sensation Vehicle). Inspired by the Mercedes F400 concept, this off-road capable 2-seater is targeted to young adventurous professionals in 2040.

0 Designer: Derek Chik Kin Ng

Zero Has Some Value

Zero Has Some Value

Zero has an enormous amount of value when you are calculating and even on your ruler. The specialized Zero Point Ruler places “0” plum in the center of the stick so that it’s easy to measure out or draw lines. Traditionally rulers or scales start off with “0” flushed to the left; this ruler has it placed in the center as a matter of convenience. Wonder if it will make any difference to your measuring skills! BTW, there is a solar panel running along one length of the scale, and no specific reason mentioned. Anyone willing to venture a guess?

0 Designers: Various

Only Seats One Thank You Very Much

Only Seats One Thank You Very Much

Sometimes designers submit ideas that aren’t  revolutionary but when they include descriptions that read like personal vendettas, I pay attention. This BRD concept is a single seater, totally driver-centric for Formula One like driving.

“…for the racing enthusiast who wants to have the ultimate driving experience without all the extra room and the annoying girlfriend…”

0 Designer: Beau Reid

Bathroom Meditation With A Hint Of Enso

Bathroom Meditation With A Hint Of Enso

Pearl is an elegant concept for a bathroom that befits a spiritual experience, when you use it. It reflects calmness and peace with the choice of materials & colors used in its construction. Akin to the pearl in an oyster, you’re supposed to feel the same sense of serenity within its stone and gray interiors. The washbasins, bidet, toilet table etc. take cue from Japanese gardens and the round window is a stark Enso Buddhist reminder. Essentially if you follow the noble intentions of the bathroom, porn mags and bathroom sex fly out the window!

0 Designer: Rustam Isanchurin

Doggy Table for Kids BY Kids

Doggy Table for Kids BY Kids

That’s right, this table was, unbeknownst to them, designed by a bunch of five-year-olds. Designer Quentin de Coster had a team of five year olds and thought “what better way to design something that young children can relate to than to have the children design it themselves?” And thus he spake to the kids: “draw me some tables and some doggahs.” And they did, and it was good.

0 Designer: Quentin de Coster

Paul Bunyan Approved!

Paul Bunyan Approved!

Or at least, I’d like to think ol’ Paul would approve. I was just up at his home town in Bemidji this weekend! He was a tall lumberjack man with a taste for good wood. Ya know why he’d approve of this concept called “Timber?” Because it’s made of ten easy-to-assemble pieces that break down for easy transport. You know what that means? Easy bulk! And what’d Paul approve of most? The name, of course: “TIMBER!”

0 Designer: Julian Kyhl

Always Handy Cam

Always Handy Cam

It’s such a touristy thing to hang your camera around your neck, it’s a dead giveaway! Being sleek and discreet about you is more of the trend and HAN.DI Camera fits the bill. It’s the sort that fits snugly around the palm of your hand or around the wrist like a bracelet; plus it gives you the independence of taking your own pics via the detachable remote control. Two expanding joints allow its size to be adjusted, making it suitable for all shapes and sizes….of hands!

0 Designer: Zo Woo Geun

Get a Bit Nesty

Get a Bit Nesty

Welcome to the “Nest Light.” That’s nest, like the one the bird makes with the twigs and the whatnot, not to follow and not to nesty nasty. The Nest Light is a lovely lamp that’s sure to make your house into a home. Not only will it make you feel like a warm mother hen because of its soft glow, the light inside works like an egg: removable and transportable.

0 Designer: Li-Xuan Sun

Unique As It Gets!

Unique As It Gets!

Totally Unique & Awesome, that’s how I like to describe Rocking On The Beach. Be it you actually grooving on the sandscape or rocking yourself to La La Land in this glorious chair! This is one of the things you really got to see to believe so I recommend you hit the jump and catch the two videos that brilliantly showcase the breeze, the sound of waves and the sandy beach via clinging pipes of a rocking chair! Main material used: ABS, plywood & sand

0 Designers: Joon&Jung Designteller