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9 Pocket Shirts


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Designer: Brooke DaSilva

Category: Clothing

Year: Present-2020

Overview: The 9 pocket shirt, the first of its kind, combines subtle eccentricity and questionable functionality. With the 9 pocket shirt, you’ll be a walking conversation starter.  Continue reading 9 Pocket Shirts

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Wall Ride


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Overview: The latest in a trend of specialized hanging systems, the Wall Ride is a practical and versatile rack that’s perfect for putting your skateboard on display (and out of the way)! A handy slot keeps your board safely elevated to avoid dings and scratches on both the deck and your home walls, and even doubles as a bottle opener. Three hooks and two additional shelves allow you to conveniently hang almost anything else, including gear like helmets, gloves and knee pads.

Designer: Zanocchi & Starke

Bombata Collection – Laptop Bags, Briefcase


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Overview: Typically, laptop bags and briefcases are too “serious” and anonymous. Infusing fun, fashion and exclusive flair, the Bombata Collection marries designer Fabio Guidoni’s technical expertise with his fashion sensibilities. Armed with a technical – mechanical design degree, this fashion protégée brings in the swag to boring bags! Super Bombastic I tell ya!

Stylish, colorful and fun, Bombata bags have gained the reputation of being the perfect examples of clean and minimal lines that they go so perfectly with the ever-changing tech industry. Keeping up with the evolving trends, you are sure to find a bag that suits your needs.

Designer: Fabio Guidoni

Ambient Displays


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Overview: In contrast to the current trend of high resolution imaging, the Ambient Display project relies on the quality of fuzziness! This effect is created through the combination of an ALUCOBOND media LED matrix with a Bencore aluminum honeycomb structure. With just 1000 large pixels, it bridges the digital and analog worlds. Less detailed and more subtle, the result is an artistic visual experience with a variety of application opportunities. Hit the jump to see how the designers put it to use!

Designer: designaffairs