Beautifully arranged flower mandalas by Arizona-based artist Kathy Klein. She calls the temporary mandalas danmalas (Sanskrit for the giver of garlands).
According to Back to the Future 2, 2015 is just the right time for Marty McFly’s self lacing shoes. Nike did launch lookalike Nike MAGs in 2011, but they did not include the power lace. Now they say the technology is finally available, and could very well be put into production in 2015. Hopefully, we’ll have the hoverboards as well.
In a very chaotic sense, Uwatela construction toy could be said to be similar to Lego. The resemblance however ends at the point that Uwatela and Lego employ pieces sticking to each other. Dolf Veenvliet’s (previously) creation is aimed at creating abstract construction forms. The pieces are 3D printed from the Makerbot Replicator 1, and thrive on serendipity of what abstract shape might be constructed. Each set contains eight pieces packed in a linen bag, and priced at $21.11.
The Scrambler is a custom motorcycle built off a Kawasaki W800 by Italian builders Moto Di Ferro. The conversion involved stripping the Kawasaki down to its basics, given a smaller tank, off-road tires, and a brand new custom leather seat. The overall effect puts the Scrambler in quite a lean, mean look.
Selecting a tie to wear every day, or buying ties every so often can be a bit of a daunting task for several people. The iTie concept just makes the role of the tie way easier. The electronic tie has a screen that functions as your classic tie and also allows you to create customized designs. As an extra, the concept tie would allow you to check your mail, messages, and use IM applications like Skype.
Vespa Cam is a design concept by Rotimi Solola and Cait Miklasz. Taking inspiration from the famed Vespa scooter, the concept uses a color scheme reminiscent of the old faithful, the classic Vespa text, and of course, the lens takes a position and look similar to headlights on the Vespa. Apart from these goodies, this functions just like any Vespa camera.
Speaking of general wisdom, a space of 221 square feet would likely not be enough for comfortable living. Intelligent design and use however can come to the rescue in these situations, making ample use of the available space to get comfort from it. This tiny house has dimensions of just 8′ by 6′, and yet manages to pack a lot of living.
Holding up these playing cards will give you an X-Ray like view of your opponent, perhaps so you can get a good look at their mind and thoughts. These playing cards are more than just playing cards in that sense. X-Ray deck is currently out of stock, but will be back later this month on MollaSpace.