P5P iPad/iPhone App: collection of generative sketches. The interactive visuals are defined by set of rules, computed by randomly modified algorithms. Tweak parameters, touch/move the device to influence the outcome of the images.
The Bee Titanium Editions is a special edition series from theory11 based on the traditional designs. Utilizing metallic inks that radiate light in a subtle manner, and embossed lettering - the deck oozes quality.
On This Day is a heat sensitive wall calendar. Each day is represented by a square so when you touch it, the black cover completely disappears to reveal an interesting fact about something historical that happened on that very day.
‘In Pecking Order Eggs’, market research shows the average consumer only uses two eggs at a time. Alana Leddin came up with a two-egg packaging that was durable, cheap to produce, easily flat-packed and user-friendly.
During a collaborative workshop organized by Dutch furniture company Arco, Andrew Haythornthwaite created 'autoboxes.' taking mechanical cues from the children's toy jack-in-the-box and some impressive design-skills.
Rowing along Oxford Street sipping drinks and nibbling strawberries. 5 stories above the crowds on the roof of Selfridges you'll find a boating lake, island bar and waterfalls. A surreal experience from Bompas & Parr to launch the sweetener Truvia.
For ID&T & Vodafone, IceMobile created an iPhone and Android app for music festival 'Welcome To The Future'. Users can check info, timetable, share their fav line-up via Facebook, view exclusive content and videos.
'ben Helder' series from Ben Werkt: handmade shoji lamps made from two red cedar frames fastened together with ricepaper. Tumbler switch in a red cedar housing and 7W Paulmann energy saving light bulb.
A peek into legendary Carmageddon weekend LA Street Food Fest's Summer Tasting - A look at the Baja contingent and this ridiculously tasty dish that won both Best in Show and the People's Choice Award...
Wear You Live™ by CityFabric® is Urban Design you can wear. These wearable maps depict all the buildings in a city rather than the roads or transit lines, allowing anyone and everyone to tell a story about their place.