Megalith Table - A concept inspired by the book 3001: The final Odyssey. A glass table top seems to balance miraculously on top of toppling monoliths, which appear to be frozen in a permanent state of impending collapse.
Pennzoil's Complete Protection is a first-of-its-kind TV commercial shot on gaseous vapor clouds. A project that took almost a year to produce due to the technical and engineering side of pulling off a commercial, live in-camera, of this magnitude.
Le Froid Cold Brew Coffee, cold brew coffee brand from The Netherlands. 'Martine' their first bottle, describes the story of young frenchman Fernand trying to make his way to his beloved Martine in Paris.
The inaugural Core77 Conference: Object Culture is coming! This June in Brooklyn, check out the intimate, one-day event featuring practitioners and problem solvers sharing new ideas, insights and fresh perspectives.
This handle is part of Project RE_ upcycling in the age of 3D printing, perfectly adapted to a European classic - the jar from Bonne Maman. Original idea by Samuel N. Bernier, creative director of leFabShop.
Overlanding - a roundup of the best videos we found while researching. Inspiration of what's possible as far as offroad adventures, custom builds, solar energy, water crossings, and even going up the escalator!
Nescafé Alarm Cap - A limited edition 3D Printed Cap that glows and plays 7 different sounds to awaken you. Open the cap (and smell the coffee) to turn it off! Designed by us in NOTlabs for Publicis Mexico!
Overlanding = 4x4 + Camping (basically) and as i research for The NOTFZJ80 Project, the design inspiration has been fascinating. Exhaust Inflatable Jacks, Roof Top Tents, 270 degree awnings, Showers and more.
Piggy bank uses a cleverly hidden balance to weigh pocket change, the inner container leveling with the outer when 1, 2 and 5-cent coins add up to about a Euro, enough to buy a stamp, a coffee or a baguette.
'The illusion of life' by cento lodigiani is an animation demonstrating the 12 basic principles of animation were developed by the 'old men' of Walt Disney Studios, amongst them Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston, during the 1930s.