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Woodies – Perfect Fitting Shirts with 3D Measuring


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Overview: A revolutionary approach to the way you buy shirts. We make custom shirts using advanced 3D measurements.

Woodies started because small, medium and large don’t make sense like they used to. Getting the perfect shirt, made especially for you has never been easier and more accessible than now.

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Designer: Jacob Wood

The Model 01


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Overview: With a hardwood body, mechanical switches & custom-sculpted keycaps, it’s a dream to type on. It comes with source code & a screwdriver.

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Designer: Keyboardio

Adaptive Saber Parts


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Overview: Adaptive Saber Parts are an easy to use modular system that lets anyone construct their very own movie quality custom saber. We have lowered the barrier to entry, now you don’t need expensive machinery, soldering equipment, or years of prop building experience to make your very own custom saber, all you need is your imagination, and Adaptive Saber Parts.

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Designer: Phillip Isherwood

Aitu – Custom Bike


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Overview: The Aitu custom bike was designed for those people that desire precision, style and customization.Although this bike was built specifically for a visual affect, its V-Twin 1800cc engine gives it its speed, power and sound. Its two head lights give it that eery affect which helps provide a certain aura around the bike. The lighting system is a two-chip LED array which is located behind the lens.

Designer: Renato Gschwend

Custom Bike Concept


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Overview: If you are planning on being an urban crime fighter but still can’t justify the gas guzzling tendencies of most superhero vehicles, well your ride has (conceptually) arrived. Designer Jean Baptiste Robilliard has rendered up this “CUSTOM BIKE CONCEPT” that would make Bruce Wayne’s attorneys take notice. Jean Baptiste describes it as a “two wheel muscle car”, hiding it’s electrical drivetrain and batteries in the frame. Featuring a FORMULA 1 inspired KINETIC ENERGY RECOVERY SYSTEM (KERS), that essentially coverts your braking into energy.

Originally conceived as a single global design, this customizable creation could be the shape of things to come.

Designer: Jean Baptiste Robilliard