Design archive for 2016-05-19

Where there’s a wheel, there’s a way

(2 years ago)
Where there’s a wheel, there’s a wayThe Racing wheel is a pretty nifty concept built around an idea that’s unusual, but clever. It just involves fixing a stick with LEDs...

10 Small Leather Accessories for Your Pocket

(2 years ago)
Coin pouches, wallets, credit card holders, and business card holders seem to be must-haves for everyone and here are some of our favorites.

Let the Good Times ‘Unroll’!

(2 years ago)
Let the Good Times ‘Unroll’!Good design gives equal importance to aesthetics as well as function. When you come across something that looks amazing and works amazing, that product...

New Favorites from Society6

(2 years ago)
From solar systems to beach towels - here are some of our latest favorites from Society6.

Solar, So Convenient!

(2 years ago)
Solar, So Convenient!It’s strange that harnessing solar energy hasn’t picked up in a crazy speed yet. Something tells me the fossil fuel market is notoriously difficult...

A Cooler Scooter

(2 years ago)
A Cooler ScooterThis design, simply called Scooter, finally offers adults the same fun way of getting around that kids have been enjoying for years without the...

Best of ICFF 2016: Part 1

(2 years ago)
Our favorites (part 1) from 2016 ICFF which just wrapped up having offered plenty of modern wares.

A Sophisticated Floor Lamp Named Aerial

(2 years ago)
An elegant floor lamp that adapts to any situation.

Lean, Mean Downhill Racing Machine

(2 years ago)
Lean, Mean Downhill Racing MachineDownhill racing offers extreme thrill but for some the sport can be intimidating due to its extreme physicality. The Scott Tomahawk was designed as...

The World’s First 3D-Printed Wheelchair

(2 years ago)
The World’s First 3D-Printed WheelchairUp until now, the problem with wheelchair designs has been their one-size-fits all approach to patient needs. GO is an innovative wheelchair design that...

No Glue, No Problem!

(2 years ago)
No Glue, No Problem!First came the pin. It pierced the paper. Then the glue. It damaged the paper. Then the magnets, they needed a steel surface behind...


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