Artist Christopher Poehlmann’s outdoor path lighting fixtures mimic organic tree structures and are handmade from brushed aluminum with LED illumination. Available in heights from 2 to 8 feet.
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Hone your tagging skills and divert your inner rebel with Trains of Fame miniature train cars. Each car measures 20x4x2 inches and is made of ABS plastic. Tiny spray paint cans not included.
Park Sangyong’s concept camera works in an unusual way to be sure. Throw the Camerang into the air and as it spins, its automatically adjusting lens captures aerial self-portraits.
Great photography and lighting play a part in bringing out the beauty of Calvin Nicholls’ paper sculptures, but most of the beauty comes from what he can do with just paper and a scalpel.
I Draw Cars is a sketchbook and reference guide for students, designers and anyone interested in automotive design. Contains templates, tips and information on design schools and brands.
Invented by Jakob Schenk, the Tick Clip is an ingenious add-on that turns any piece of material between 0.60 to 1.2 inches think into a table, seat or bed. Will soon be available for about $88.
Built in just 17 days and costing nearly $500,000, this skate park in West Auckland, New Zealand looks like a huge pinball machine, complete with a scoreboard and a plunger launcher for skaters.
For better or for worse, the iPhone is fast becoming one of the most popular cameras of all time, yet it doesn’t have a dedicated camera button. Beep Industries aims to change that.
A cutthroat little business woman doesn’t let anyone get a freebie in this cleverly crafted animation from student Kyu-bum Lee. The only bad thing about the cartoon is just how short it is.
Over the course of about a month, Photographer Josh Owens (aka “mindrelic”) shot this dizzying and dramatic time-lapse footage from various hotel balconies around New York City.
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