Better Infusion and Convenient Form, Fool!

Better Infusion and Convenient Form, Fool!

Welcome back to the Designer Tea Room Time. On today’s Tea Time we have Tea to-go Sticks by Jeeyun Michaella Chung. These sticks are lovely inventions which fuse the teabag and the stirstick in order to create a more simple experience as well as a better infusion for fantastic taste. You do love taste, don’t you?

0 Designer: Jeeyun Michaella Chung

Hair Love Thanks to Remington Shine, A Hot Review

Hair Love Thanks to Remington Shine, A Hot Review

I have semi-longish hair and blow dry almost every other day. It’s a known fact blow drying actually distresses and damages hair so doing it sparingly is key, but if you can’t avoid the heat, the Remington Shine Therapy Dryer may just be the ticket to healthier, shinier hair.

0 Designer: Michael Nickel [ Buy It Here ]

A Guide for the Unlucky, Superstitions be Damned!

A Guide for the Unlucky, Superstitions be Damned!

There are a slew of old wives tales; black cats, walking underneath ladders, breaking mirrors, stepping on pavement cracks, etc.. the list goes on and on. It’s almost impossible to remember them all. Thanks to Kyle Bean, he’s created The Guide for the Unlucky. Each page contains a description and a pop up 3D element illustrating bewares we’ve all probably heard of at some point or another. Industrial design? No, but we need all the luck we can get.

0 Designer: Kyle Bean

Poncherello's New Safety Helmet

Poncherello’s New Safety Helmet

So, you are working on your aunt’s house refurbishing project and you want to look like a total space-person, yes? -Me too. I am working on my aunt’s house refurbishing project, and if I were working on the roof and didn’t mind looking like a big fan of “Chips,” I’d pick Michael Oosthuizen’s new safety helmet concept any day.

0 Designer: Michael Oosthuizen

Transform and Clock Out

Transform and Clock Out

For the child-hearted reversible-accessory loving design-conscious sleeping-person, there is the Wollip-Bear. Have you had a long day that only the loving arms of a lifeless bear impersonation can give rest from? Have you always wanted to own a form-changing creature that doesn’t just turn into a truck or motorcycle? Here is something softer. Here is Maja G’s Wollip-Bear.

0 Designer: Maja Ganszyniec

Colors for Health

Colors for Health

This is going to get a little hippie and spiritual so hold on. It’s common to focus on emotions while ignoring or having any awareness of what that goes on inside our body. This lack of understanding between the two can lead to health problems, for serious. So if we could keep track of how our emotions and bodies relate, what would that look like?

0 Designer: Sara Forsmark

Dulce Caramelo

Dulce Caramelo

Children love fun and colorful things to play on. They can sit for hours with one object as long as it is exciting and inviting. Caramelo chair is just that. Created by Mexican designer, Luis Luna, the Caramelo can be used both as a chair and a rocking chair with a simple change in position. Caramelo is a colorful and modern design that would look perfect in any child’s room.

0 Designer: Luis Luna

Illuminated Magnets

Illuminated Magnets

You all remember playing with magnets when you were little right? Just for a little nostalgia, check out the Magnetic Lamp by Seokmoon Woo. It’s designed to look like the classic horseshoe magnet but it glows! Just stick it to any conducting metal (steel is of preference) and the rubber switch attached to the feet switches the light on. Arrange a whole mess of them for a dynamic architectural mural of magnetic lights.

0 Designer: Seokmoon Woo

Fire Hose Illuminates Your Smoldering Memories

Fire Hose Illuminates Your Smoldering Memories

Because of a fire’s tendency to disrupt a building’s power supply, Firefighters often lack enough light to effectively douse the flames. To help fix this problem, Duck Image co.’s Aurora hose nozzle uses an internal turbine to power eight LED’s that light up and refract off of the stream of water. This not only illuminates the direction of their firefighting efforts to other firefighters and victims, but makes for truly awe-inspiring Lightsaber flashlight battles.

0 Designer: Duck Image Studio

This is Where It's @

This is Where It’s @

The “@” is a continuous line that winds around in a circle to create the symbol. Imagine a chair with the same feeling of the continuous looping in 3D form that allows us to sit comfortably while enjoying the design. Award winning Australian designer, Brodie Neill, uses his creative twist in design concepts to create this modern and beautiful masterpiece.

0 Designer: Brodie Neil

Reading by Candlelight Never Seemed so Cheap

Reading by Candlelight Never Seemed so Cheap

If you miss the good old days of coin operated phone booths, you might like Jethro Macey’s Coin Lamp. Powered by its greed for loose change, the light forces our awareness of power consumption through personal expense and discourages our appetite for kilowatt hours. That being said, I can easily see this lamp becoming a permanent fixture down at the local Laundromat.

0 Designer: Jethro Macey

We Like Big Red Record Buttons, Flip Mino Review

We Like Big Red Record Buttons, Flip Mino Review

I got my hands on Pure Digital’s latest camcorder, the Flip Mino and came away impressed. It’s a mini version of its bigger brother the Flip Ultra but thankfully quality has not been compromised. In fact quality is up in terms of build and video. At 640×480 pixels per inch, it’s not meant to compete with bigger and more expensive camcorders. This is for those candid moments when spontaneity is required. It’s small, pocketable, and easy to use.

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A Bird's Eye View

A Bird’s Eye View

Skyros is an aerial camera which takes unparalleled overhead photographs. It illuminates a unique bird’s eye view from where one can understand the intimate relationship with the environment in a refreshing new light. If you’re a more cynical reader, just think of it as a way to see what birds see before they do a #2 on your car or worse, you!

0 Designer: Siddharth Kambe