"After decades of being invaded by synthetic and technical materials, there's a return to investing in eternal qualities and rare elements such as marble" says the Canadian designer duo behind Oeuffice.
BioLite KettleCharge - An evolution of BioLite’s core thermoelectric technology, the KettleCharge uses the water you boil to produce electricity. Whether you're off grid, or the power goes out - have potable water and power in no time!
Oakley Carbon Plate Rx Eyeglasses are ridiculously comfortable with ultra-lightweight titanium and flexible carbon fiber. My favorite detail is that the O's are how the stems are screwed on to the frame!
Pes is kickstarting his next stop action film, Submarine Sandwich, and the video itself is already mesmerizing! Additionally, he's even offering his first limited edition 5" sub TOY as one of the rewards.
The Mutated Shelter Project, an interactive database archiving mutations of 8ft x 10ft x 10ft wooden stick frame structure. We are looking for submissions of iterations - new designs and warped versions - of a downloadable template.
'Clouds in Cloudless Skies' - code generated music video featured in The Creator's Project. Bladerunner meets Koyaanisqatsi meets Minecraft. An exploration of random infinite beauty through the art of computer programming.
Philips Hue Tap - the wireless smart switch to control all of your Huge lights. Four buttons - for your favorite scene, light recipe, switch some lights off, etc. Runs on kinetic energy - so no batteries needed!
Jonathan Ward of ICON gave quite the talk at Nike - discussing everything from how he started, his design process, his vision, what Howard Hughes would take Cruella Deville out in, and a peek at his dream airplane inspired/Tesla powered Helios.
TEAGUE X Sizemore's DENNY bike is the “all in” cycling solution that meets security, safety and importantly convenience needs. DENNY was born from a simple premise, ‘an everyday bike that removes the barriers to becoming an everyday rider’.
NOTlabs Laser Smashball Experiment - got nostalgic when we ran into some Smashball wooden paddle ball sets (they've been around in 1975!) - and decided to experiment with paint/lasering/plastidipping...