Clothes Hanger Meant To Be Messy

Clothes Hanger Meant To Be Messy

I’m guilty of it, haphazardly slinging my clothes, new and worn, all over the place. Why not at least go for the semblance of organization if it can be done tastefully right? That’s the idea behind the aptly named Clothes Hanger. It provides a functional solution to hanging everything from clothes, bags and laundry without making you feel like Mr. Clean. It’s meant to look messy, in an organized way. The thing even doubles as a drying rack. My my, we’re designing for the lazy now. I love it. Excuse me while I get my dog to hit the publish button. I can’t reach it.

0 Designer: Therese Glimskär

Share TV, It's Good For You

Share TV, It’s Good For You

This must be a sign, the end to human intelligence – the day when we create TVs to further enable our couch potato ways. The Share TV looks like any other except the screen is actually made of two bezaless (is that even a word?) OLED screens you can separate for individual viewing needs.

0 Designers: Kim Seulgi & Evan Yiwei Ma

Phone That Shames The Weather Bureau

Phone That Shames The Weather Bureau

I don’t know about your city, but the weather bureau of my hometown is often sniggered at, for their in-accurate predictions. When they say it will rain (like they predicted a couple of days ago) you can be sure it will be bright and sunny. I would like to gift them this “Window Phone”, that makes accurate predictions and even changes its display to reflect the climatic conditions outdoors. Maybe I should keep the phone for myself and bug the bureau with my updates.

0 Designer: Seunghan Song

Cooker Gets Smarter

Cooker Gets Smarter

The family structure is undergoing a massive reconstruction, and the Smart Sun Solar Cooker addresses this need by being suitable for 1-2 persons. It features solar energy and induction heating, with the top cover of the cooker being laced highly-efficient solar cells that can harness solar energy even on a cloudy day. For induction heating, the stored solar energy is utilized and the food cooks in specialized pot (3 sizes) using steam as a medium.

0 Designers: Anil Dincer and Murat Ozveri for DesignQuadro

Sunny Song Is Green

Sunny Song Is Green

What’s Hot: Eco-friendly tag, meaning Solar Power; Bluetooth, A2DP/AVRCP, latest NXT panel technology, two kinds of styles: one for desks and the other for mobile phones.

What’s Not: Concept, concept, concept! And I fancy the desk version more than the soft version.

0 Designer: Tryi Yeh

Tabbed Bathroom Options

Tabbed Bathroom Options

Hooray! The tabbing of folders -and the entire organized world- has come nearly full circle! First they put tabs on folders, then they put tabs on desktops, then they put them on internet browsers, now they’re on the bathroom cabinet. Of course!

0 Designer: Lewis Taylor

Shooting Film

Shooting Film

Just the other day I was thinking about how amazing it would be to be able to hold a camera with one hand and “shoot it” like a pistol. What a bunch of ease that would be – but it’d be impossible to do! It’d look just like a gun, right? And what sort of place wouldn’t suspect you of wrongdoing when you’re carrying what appears to be a firearm? Tuh-dah! Florent Cuchet’s got the solution: the sport-oriented “Trigger” camera.

Super simple. Super kawaii.

0 Designer: Florent Cuchet

Brush Patterns

Brush Patterns

Miranda is a surface tile with hairs that can be manipulated to create different shades in the surface. These shades can be used as a medium for illustration, communication or visual effect. Miranda is an adaptable wall mural measuring 3 square metres and composed of silicone wall base tiles with over 65,000 injection moulded polypropylene fibers sitting in tiny ball and socket joints on the surface of the wall. I used to do this with my parent’s carpeting. About time somebody made it into a product of high art.

0 Designer: Giles Miller

Monitors Your Health, Draws Blood

Monitors Your Health, Draws Blood

The  < yu: > enables real time biometric feedback – the kind of information that could revolutionize medical diagnosis. It’s a soft bracelet mesh that checks your vital signs and even draws painless blood samples. It interfaces with you computer and acts as an alarm clock by applying pressure. With a flick of the rest, the device tightens and takes real time biometric readings to be transmitted to a computer and physician.

0 Designers: Ewald Neuhofer, Talia Radford, Thomas Schiefer & Georg Milde

Shoelaces Not Needed

Shoelaces Not Needed

Everyone knows how to tie shoelaces but most don’t know how to properly adjust them. That uncomfortable shoe could just be a matter of tension. Technically you should readjust every 4-5th wear. Why even bother if there’s something better? The No Shoelace Shoe uses a single strap that wraps around the entire width of your foot’s arch. By simply tightening or loosening a velcro strap, you achieve the perfect fit. Designed for runners but this simple design could easily translate into any footwear.

0 Designers: Seon-Keun Park & Jin-Sun Park

Revolving Part II

Revolving Part II

Before you guys go ballistic that you’ve seen this concept before, let me point of the differences…the previous one MAGI, was a light concept where as this one is an MP3 Player concept. In the lights one, the on/off switch rotated to increase the intensity of the light and here in the MP3, it rotates to reveal the controls of the player. Too much “inspiration” going on here…so I leave it to you guys to sort this one. Cool earbuds tho.

0 Designer: Rho Jung Chan

Confused Between Mensuration And Menstruation?

Confused Between Mensuration And Menstruation?

I am having a crass sense of humor today thanks to designer Andy Kurovets, who brings us the Hygienic Sanitary Pad Layers Table and Sanitary Tampon USB! As if it wasn’t uncomfortable enough watching those adverts on the TV where “Blue Water” was soaked up by a pad, that now we gals have to endure an entire shelves-table depicting the layers of sanitary napkin soaking up the actual stuff. Maybe the boys need to know the difference between Mensuration and Menstruation!

0 Designer: Andy Kurovets

R U Down W/ Fluorescent?

R U Down W/ Fluorescent?

The quest for the new fabulous lighting fixture continues. What have we got here? A spaceship named “Sputnik.” Our newest obsession Oliver Schick has this T-8 fluorescent tube pendant luminaire whipped up and ready to take on the 70′s today! In an effort to revitalize the “clunky” ringshaped tube of that Star Wars era, Schick creates this space-inspired hanging lamp to keep the “time-tested” lighting solution alive!

0 Designer: Oliver Schick