Lamborghini has unveiled the successor to the Gallardo, and it has shown up in the form of Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4. The new supercar has big shoes to fill, considering the Gallardo is the most sold Lamborghini to date. If a simple glance is to go by, the Huracan looks set to work its job.
Well, ladies if you have nuts to crack, bones to break, stuff to smash in the process of taking revenge on the ex-boyfriend, remember your fashion statement is important. Ex-Boyfriend Revenge Kit, presumably made for the overly attached girlfriend, includes several tools you might need in your mission.
Animal Lace collection by artists Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques is a series of animal head busts and trophies built in an intricate mesh. The ornate trophies were 3D printed using white polyamide and gloss paint, which gives them a brilliant white look during the day. At night, lamps in the animal heads shine and glimmer through the animal forms, forming a pattern of shadows along the wall.
Zippo Gasolier is worth all the love for looking this grand. Designed by Luka Pirnat, the gasolier matches up the classic Zippo lighters to the candelabra. A set of seven Zippo lighters sit on the menorah, hailing a remembrance to both, the gasolier and the zippo lighters. Come to think of it, Zippos are especially suited for a design like this; they won’t be easily blown off, and they look pretty darn good in the setting.
Light and water have the power to create very imaginative bulbs, like the water balloon light bulbs we see here. The shape of the bulbs is a cue to the way water balloons inflate under a faucet, and also of the irregularities you could expect in water in a setting like that. The bulbs are backlit by LEDs, and the light is diffused and distributed by the bubbles of water in the bulb.
Kawasaki has gone all futuristic with its new concept bike, simply named J. Independent designers have long been cooking up concepts like these, but this is probably the first time a major manufacturer has lent weight to the futuristic idea. Kawasaki J Concept has three wheels, two at the front and one big wheel at the rear. Two wheels at the front means that the conventional handlebar gets replaced in favor of two controllers, each individually connected to a wheel.
Eye candy comes well suited when presented in the form of automobile design goodness. Ferrari CascoRosso is an independent design concept by Macedonian designer Dejan Hristov. The name itself is Italian for “red helmet” while the design is homage to the Ferrari 250 GTO, which will celebrate 50 years of its existence in 2014. While the Ferrari 250 GTO obviously influences the concept, the designer also envisions it as a successor to the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, allowing the concept to fuse the past, present and future.
Nature is a rich repository of inspiration, and doing things right can get it transformed beautifully into design. Peacock chair by architecture firm Uufie takes its inspiration from the unfolded feathers of a peacock and a flower in bloom. Both these characteristics are molded together in acrylic composite to form this rather striking chair.
That is the future right there, coming clean in application and mind-blowing to think of. London based designer and researcher Shamees Aden is currently working on developing a concept for shoes that appear to have arrived straight from the future. According to the designer, the trainers would be 3D printed to the exact size of the wearer, fitting fine and snug.
Willie transparent LCD bus concept by Tad Orlowski is a modern touch of technology to conventional mass transport. Appearance wise, the design does not travel into changing the overall shape of the bus, but rather sticks to a somewhat conventional, but mostly a minimalist and elegant design. The highlight of the design is the body of the bus that comes wrapped in transparent LCDs.