Tag Archives: tools

Arctic – 3D Survival


Rate This Concept Now!

Designer: Arctic LLC

Categories: Outdoor Product Design

Year: Present-2020

Overview: Arctics are introducing a new way survival box that has never been done before. They have incorporated useful tools built right into the box providing more space for supplies Continue reading →

SLB Stick Magnets


Rate This Concept Now!

Designer: Brian Conti

Categories: HomeProduct Design

Year: Present-2020

Overview: SLB stick magnets are available in 2 sizes… small and large.  They are both plenty strong to hold everyday items… such as keys, pens, and small metal parts.  The large definitely has more magnetic ‘grab’… and more adhesive area for use to hold larger items such as hand tools.

Visit This Concept At SLB Stick Magnets

YaCUBE Magnetic Modular Furniture


Rate This Concept Now!

Designer: YaCUBE

Category: InteriorFurniture

Year: Present-2020

Overview: YaCUBE is like “LEGO” for adults which allows you to change your home in a minute without any tools.

Visit This Concept At YaCUBE 

Blinkenbike


Rate This Concept Now!

Designer: Nikolaj Blinkenberg Willadsen

Categories: Games | Motorcycles

Year: Present – 2020

Overview: Kids learn when they play. The Blinkenbike is a customisable balance bike for kids. They start out with a basic bike, and with the use of included tools and knobs from an integrated tool compartment, they can build themself a huge variety of bikes indifferent designs.

The Blinkenbike takes the concept of the balance bike to a higher level of learning, where kids can develop there motor skills even further and encourage their natural curiosity and creativity by assembling multiple varieties of different designs based on just one basic bike.

Visit This Concept At Blinkenbike

Voltra – Designer’s Workstation


Rate This Concept Now!

Overview: That phrase has less relevancy with the advent of digital design tools, but this creative workstation merges the physical scale of the classic designer’s board with the functionality of a tablet into one unit that classic sketchers and digital designers alike will appreciate. Called Voltra, it hearkens back to a time when pencil and paper were solely available, but instead… it’s a stylus and touch screen!

Designer: Jameel Kamil