Lexus Design Awards

The texture of the paper, especially its roughness and softness, changes subtly with pattern cutting. Using this phenomenon, I designed an analog driving game to enjoy tactile exploration, inspired by the concept of co-creating communication in the education of children with visual and aural challenges… More here. Just in case you thought it was only […]

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The Dyson Zone™🤣

Today, Jake Dyson has unveiled the Dyson Zone™, Dyson’s first step into wearable technology. The Dyson Zone™ is a set of noise cancelling, high fidelity over-ear headphones which simultaneously deliver immersive sound to the ears, and purified airflow to the nose and mouth. The result of over a decade of air quality research and development, […]

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An Air Purifier concept

This is only a concept design, but it is a perfect example of the brand’s “simple yet sophisticated” design philosophy. This air purifier concept wants us to focus on simple shapes and colors. It shows off ultimate modernity using circles, lines, and squares–all while offering impressing air purifying performance… More here. Too many objects in […]

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Space 2081

Giving spaceships back their spotlight, Dalakishvili set out to design a watch that encapsulates the futuristic aesthetics and fine-tuned, technical details of spaceships. Space 2081 takes on subtle detailing to hone in on the watch’s futurist look and incorporates an analog display in ode to the mechanical precision of spaceships… More here. This may be […]

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He Shrinks Things

There’s a collecting community out there for figurines that rivals even the watch world. Great detail is paid to the sculpting and creation of figures based on characters from pop culture, but Jones noticed a massive void in this community of small things. For all of the craftsmanship in the likenesses and wardrobes at one-sixth […]

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Where is the personality in tech?

For geeks who want more than just a standard MagSafe charger for their den, the UFO MagSafe Wireless Charger will be the preferred choice. This cute-looking accessory for the Apple ecosystem is currently just a concept design, but we want to see it make it to the shelves. It’s like a UFO riding on the […]

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The Nostalgic Macintosh

Ian Zelbo wasn’t around when Apple launched the first-ever Macintosh in 1984, but he was well aware of how that product sent ripples that would be felt even decades later. Likewise, what started out as an almost tongue-in-cheek joke and homage to the landmark product ended up sparking interest and discussion over the Internet. After […]

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The Mai Alarm Clock

As longtime Seiko fans, we couldn’t resist the Mai alarm clocks. Styled to look like a Seiko dive watch, they are fun, small, and simply cool. The perfect addition to your Turtle, or 007, or Tuna, or Samurai… I could go on… everytime you look up at your bedside table, or next to your monitor […]

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The Two Sides of IKEA

Such a good video which highlights just how well IKEA understands the current trend no matter what it is. On the other side, you may want to read Ikea’s Race for the Last of Europe’s Old-Growth Forest. Meanwhile, with Bosutar still in the car, the attackers were attempting to push the vehicle off the mountainside, […]

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