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Design is Best with Stomping

…earth that the garbage is inevitably going to fill up! Kidding! The title is actually very clever with the concept. It’s Armstrong like Neil Armstrong, aka the first man to stomp on the moon. The Armstrong dust bin aims to be the first cleverly named step in reducing the space taken by the garbage we just do not stop making! Stomp it. Stomp it and KILL it. Designers: Hyunsoo Kim, Young min Yoon, Seunghee Son, Sukwon Park & Sungwoo Park…

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Energy Seed: A Yanko Love Story

Listen, we all love Sungwoo Park here, don’t deny it. There’s been more than one satisfied reader here on Yanko when it comes to Sungwoo. But this time, the reader took an extra step and became an inspired advocate for action. This reader cum designer, Jerome Demers, took the Sungwoo Energy Seed concept and made it DIY and desktop sized. Don’t you want to play along with the “dead” batteries too? The parts used to m…

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Feel The Music

…own the sense of touch is heightened allowing them to perceive music in a totally different way. SOUNZZZ is a visual, audio, tactile MP3 player designed for the hearing impaired but universal enough for all to enjoy. Sound is translated into a series of vibrations. One hugs the device to feel the music and it even plays an equalized light show along with the sound. A very unique device I would love to see on store shelves. Designer: Sungwoo Park…

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Making Hairdryer Portability a Breeze

…g your own hairdryer takes up too much space in your bag. It’s this reason alone that Seongkyeong Son and Sungwoo Park set out to develop something that was not only space saving but challenged the conventional hairdryer grip too. Through this, Pebble was born. Pebble’s design is precisely what you’d expect from its name – smooth curves and a soft design aesthetic, complimenting the shape of the hand. The concept of mergin…

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Ten Innovative Designs To Help The Sight Impaired

…tall order. Not only will it be easy to carry, but also cut down on the thick Braille Books. 3) Voice Stick by Sungwoo Park Voice Stick is an advance optical character recognition scanner designed to scan books and read to you in a pleasant voice. It converts texts in books, newspapers, contracts, mail, business cards, etc., into voice information. 2) Swatch Sens by Arnaud Lapierre Swatch Sens is a ceramic ring clock with the 12 hour point marke…

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Ten Creative Garbage Bin Concepts And Designs

…I would need to freeze my garbage, but for Cem’s sake I’m willing to try. 4) Armstrong Bin by Sukwon Park & Sungwoo Park Let’s kill the garbage even if its dead! Stomp it, and stomp it good. 3) Barcode Trashcan by Woo Seok Park This one is a really amazing concept that allows you to be eco-conscious to the T. In case you don’t know which recycle bin your waste item goes to, just swipe its barcode across the scanner and the correct bin opens u…

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Best of Yanko Design 2008

…omments: 113 7) Bedroom in a Box by Marcel Krings. Permalink Hits: 99566. Comments: 48 6) USB Digital Camera by Sungwoo Park. Permalink Hits: 103933. Comments: 122 5) Beauty & the Geek Jeans by Erik De Nijs. Permalink Hits: 117595. Comments: 163 4) Compose Music All High Tech by Ouyang Xi. Permalink Hits: 119951. Comments: 51 3) Virtual Wall by Hanyoung Lee. Permalink Hits: 120799. Comments: 164 2) The Dry Side by Sungwoo Park. Permalink Hits…

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Paper Paper Paper = Notebook

…oks, the package can be completely used up with the machine! No waste! The box makes the product: inexpensively constructed books. Check out this thing here. It’s a thermal binder. You know what that’s all about? It basically makes quick “perfect bind” books with a slip of paper with glue on it to hold a stack of paper together. With this particular machine you’ve got the green, got the green. Designer: Sungwoo Park…

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