Tag Archives: life

ARC Faucet


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Overview: Why should a faucet for drinking water look the same as the faucet in your bathroom or garden? Here’s a defiant and different design for a faucet meant to celebrate water as the ‘Elixir of Life’.

Designer Seungwoo Kim takes an avant-garde design approach to create a truly unique faucet, bespoke for drinking. I personally like the way the faucet visually creates a shield around the water. Don’t you?

Designer: Seungwoo Kim

Wondercube Mobile Accessory


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Overview: It takes a geek to get what I meant by that heading. Nevertheless, the Tesseract and the AllSpark are uber-powerful cubes from the Avengers and the Transformers cultures respectively. Each cube holds enough power to change life on earth. The Wondercube may just be the next cube to promise something as big as that. Designed to be one cubic inch in volume, the Wondercube has everything. Literally! A cable to charge your phone, to transfer files, a card reader (in case you need one), a mobile stand, an emergency power bank, and obviously, a torch. All perfectly arranged into a beautiful tiny cube. The aim of this powerful little thing is to be so small that you don’t notice it, but integral enough to make sure you can’t live without it.

Designer: Mutants DesignLab

Phonecopter


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Overview: Designed for droneheads, this far-out smartphone takes interactive remote flying to a fun new level. Modeled after the shape of a quadcopter itself, the phone features 4 extensions for controlling hight, speed, and direction as well as monitoring battery life. With a built-in camera on the drone, users can monitor video directly from the phone’s screen .

Designers: Joe Sardo & Frederico Bruni

Vespa Camera


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Overview: There are too many “what if” questions in life and one of them is, what if Vespa came out with consumer good? The answer according to designers Rotimi Solola & Cait Miklasz, is the delightful Vespa Camera Concept. i love the Vespa design cues and the wonderful outcome. The translation of one typology to another is simply amazing. Kudos!

Designers: Rotimi Solola & Cait Miklasz