This concept writing instrument from Monocomplex measures the distance between two points by drawing a line – straight or curved, the distance would display on an embedded LED display.
Tim Wheatley cobbled together a zoetrope using a bicycle wheel and a camera. Unlike a traditional zoetrope, the Cyclotrope can use not only images but actual objects to give the illusion of motion.
These substantial steel desktop dumpsters sporting urban art from SteelPlant are conversation-grabbers. They’re cut, formed, and welded up from 14 gauge solid recycled steel. (Thanks Ryan!)
A limited-edition art book by DB Burkeman & Monica LoCascio, showcasing approximately 4,000 stickers with themes ranging from music to brands to street art. Includes 23 designer die-cut stickers.
Duane Keiser cleverly combines painting and video to make an analog animation of sorts. He makes a painting of a tangerine and then proceeds to modify the painted fruit until it’s, well, peeled.
Designer Andrew Kim’s stand holds an iPad, iPhone, iPod, and even a stylus all in one compact unit. Made from laser-cut plywood, acrylic and birch, we’d love to see it made into a product.
Luc Besson is best known for The Fifth Element and The Professional. Here, the director tries his hand at CG animation in a whimsical short film for Renault, which translates to “Extraordinary Breath”.
How can you not love this duo uof East Village apartments, conjoined by a metal slide – so occupants can quickly descend from the office above to the living area below. Up requires stairs.
Seungwoo Kim’s award-winning Universal Plug concept makes it easy to pull out the plug with a single finge without risking damage to the cord. Plus, it’s got a glowing TRON-esque nightlight built in.