The Paperclip Lamp By Yanko Design 10/17/2007 Inspired by the characteristics of the paperclip, designer Ben Collette and David Wykes created the Paperclip Lamp. A lamp that can bend and twist to transform into an entertaining design. Designer: Ben Collette & David Wykes [ Product Page ] [ Via: Mocoloco ] SharePinShareFlipWhatsAppPocket46 Shares Related Posts The ATMOBLUE smart N95 mask uses dual-fans to give you 99.9% clean air, and is shipping now I like to think that necessity being the mother of invention is a pretty noble reason to design a product. When Leandro Rolon first conceptualized the… What if your AirPods were built right into your glasses? The WGP isn’t exactly what you’d first think of when you hear the term Smart Glasses, but that’s almost purely on Google for creating that definition…. Wood and Light Origami Inspired by paper origami, the Folded lighting series by Ariel Zuckerman folds, stretches, and twists wooden veneer sheets to create impossible-looking three dimensional shapes. The acrylic… Putting the Fun in Functional The latest addition to designer Axel Yberg’s series of “functional art,” the Kinect Four tensegrity side table that inspires the viewer to think about the unseen… This is not a flashlight. One look and it’s obvious that the TOM lamp takes inspiration from the flashlight! While it might not be as portable, it’s this inspiration that makes… Ochis Coffee Sunglasses: Turning a hot beverage into hot eyewear! A little less than two and a half million cups of coffee are consumed every day. Just by that statistic, we generate 34 million kilograms of… TagsBen-ColletteDavid-Wykes Previous articleInterview With Head Of Design Of British Council Emily Campbell Next articleCan Never Be Too Low Tech 25 Comments cati says: 10/20/2007 at 9:15 pm I saw this lamp a lot throughout the web and I am not sure to understand what is so special about it. It is beautiful, simple, its interaction language is straightforward, but I find that the paper clip metaphor does kill its elegant simplicity. Matei says: 10/22/2007 at 3:41 am nicee! i’ve always wanted one of these! Charles Gelden says: 03/18/2008 at 5:21 am Wow, Were can I buy this? Please give me an answer, [email protected] T J A L S Neo says: 08/10/2008 at 10:50 pm It looks alike with Ron Arad’s design – http://pizzakobra.iguzzini.com/ . And it wins red dot award 2008: best of the best. andie says: 10/11/2008 at 7:20 pm its just cute. thats all Josh says: 02/27/2011 at 11:20 am Yet another pointless piece of gadgetry. But I'd still buy it! Josh says: 02/27/2011 at 7:20 pm Yet another pointless piece of gadgetry. But I'd still buy it! no one says: 03/09/2011 at 9:07 am a copy cat of pizzacobra from iguzzini……….they did this 4 years back jeanbiche says: 12/16/2013 at 5:40 pm look at the article parution date … 2007 🙂 Northwest Texans says: 07/07/2014 at 6:52 pm Hello There. I discovered your weblog the usage of msn. That is a really well written article. I will be sure to bookmark it and return to learn extra of your usefu information. Thanks ffor the post. I will certainly return. Comments are closed.