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HoodiePillow 5-in-1 Beach Towel


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Designer: Chris Hindley

Categories: Product DesignOutdoor

Year: Present-2020

Overview: At the core, the HoodiePillow Beach Towel is a premium grade towel. Made from 100% terry cloth, it’s soft against your skin and is entirely Continue reading →

The Magic Wheelchair


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Overview: Magic Wheelchair is a nonprofit organization that turns wheelchairs into the envy of every trick-or-treater. Ryan & Lana Weimer, the parents of 5 children, 3 of whom have a form of Muscular Dystrophy called Spinal Muscular Atrophy, launched Magic Wheelchair to “put a smile on the face of every child in a wheelchair.”

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Designer: Magic Wheelchair

EMPATHY Shoes


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Overview: An EMPATHY Shoe is THE most individualisable shoe possible. Using LASERS and TATTOOS, we can carve ANY IMAGE YOU LIKE into the sole, or onto the leather, of a beautifully-Bauhaus-inspired, minimalistic shoe.

Seriously, any image… your dog’s face, your lover’s favourite motto, Vladimir Putin riding a dolphin, a Carl Sagan quote… anything.

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Designer: David Bonney

Echo – Smart Watch


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Overview: Unlike many other smart-watch concepts, the Echo doesn’t stray from the familiar watch form. Instead, it merges the most essential smartphone apps into a simplistic touch-screen circular face. Access your email, calendar, map, fitness and music apps all from the convenience of your wrist!

Designer: Brian Khouw

TStand – Tablet Stand


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Overview: I’m ashamed of admitting that on multiple occasions while texting in bed with my phone above me, the phone has slipped out of my grasp and hit me square in my face. Just imagine that scenario with a tablet. Hurts just thinking about it! Well, TStand is a pretty neat solution to that rather bizarre (but real, nonetheless) problem. Its acrobatic design allows it to be used in myriad of positions, pretty much leaving your hands to do other important things. Like guarding your face, maybe.

Designer: Surface ID