Our love for hammocks is no secret; make it as wonderful and creative as this and the dazzle in the eyes cannot be suppressed. Carrying a rather simple name, Vessel from Splinter Works happens to be a bathtub drawn into the shape of a hammock.
Babies need to be on the path of awesomeness from the get go. Starting off with strollers seems like a pretty good idea. Roddler Custom series seems to be a part of the game, and allows strollers to be customized in various styles, including the Batmobile. All that we must admit, looks pretty darn good. Until you see the $4495 price tag, that is. You’d really want a fortune like that of the Wayne’s before you get something like this.
Not having a serious romantic relation with baguettes, I do feel a bit bewildered at this, although if you do love the baguette as much as the girl in images seems to, the baguette bag is only the logical choice. It is designed for the simple purpose of letting you get the precious baguette home from the bakery, keeping it protected and without having the precious baguette loose any of its much loved qualities.
If it is night, it only makes sense that the room be lit up like the surroundings: in moonlight. Moon Night Light does that, well at least in terms of looks. The night light takes the shape of a full moon and has a five watt lamp ensconced in it. Currently available for pre-order at $4.46.
Let’s not spend time on boring crockery, when you could imagine the pleasure of eating straight out of some beardy dude’s beard. The series of plates by Phil Jones has four designs, each representing the dude with a different style of beard. The plates are not in production yet though the designer is looking for manufacturing and distribution partners.
NYC is busy working on the Second Avenue Subway, the first line under the city since 1932. Aimed towards decreasing commuter congestion towards east Manhattan, the line will cost $4.5 billion. For what we think seeing these images, the line might be a portal to another world. Perhaps it’s the lights, or it could be the photographs themselves, but these do give the feel of an otherworldly operation.
Here’s what makes Google the visual experience you know. The icons, images, photographs all have a solid design backing deciding what they should look like and what colors have to be utilized. Google Visual Assets Guidelines is quite an interesting view, even if you have little interest in design.
Stroller don’t have to be lame, they could be cool provided you remember to secure the baby. Skateboard Stroller, aka Longboard Stroller has the infant sitting on and nicely secured to the skateboard while you can join the kid on the skateboard. Designed by Studio Peter van Riet NV and Quinny, this one definitely holds some promise of fun times. As we know, children love an outing to the arena.
It’s raining, everybody has their umbrellas out, and well it’s trouble. People bumping umbrellas, umbrellas dripping on passersby, poking people in the eyes, and if not all that, umbrellas blowing inside out. It’s a mess. And I just realized this would make good infomercial stuff. Infomericals however, weren’t on the mind of Stephen Collier of Hospitality Umbrellas when he designed the helmet-like Rainshader umbrellas.
Thinking of laptops and notebooks, even computers in general, we have a very similar shape come to our mind. Mainly because that is how these gadgets have been forever. For its new Mac Pro, Apple gave that age old design a solid turn, making one that is not just unusual, but manages to wed form with function. The new Mac Pro is cylindrical.