Traditionally machine made and unseen, the circuit board of this one of a kind speaker takes center stage, thanks to the addition of red glaze patterns by ceramicist Mitsuke Masayasu.
Kevin Tong’s A Linch Pin Droid features an exploded view of everyone’s favorite astromech droid, R2-D2. The screen printed poster measures 24″x 36″ and was made using glow in the dark ink.
ColorWare is now selling customized MacBook Airs for those willing to pony up the cash for a sexy, lightweight and snappy netbook with custom-painted parts in their colors of choice.
From the “why didn’t we think of this?” file comes a touchscreen display that doubles as a wide-format printer and a scanner. Byeong Min Choe’s design is only a concept, but it should be real.
Christoph Thetard’s concept kitchen removes all need for electricity, powering kitchen appliances with a pedal-powered flywheel. It can blend, chop, grind coffee, and beat eggs at up to 10,000 RPM.
Alex Queral “carves a face into this object of so many faceless names”. Queral uses an X-ACTO knife to tear through the pages, then applies black wash and acrylic to enhance and protect the bust.
What kind of house will $500,000 buy you? In Tokyo, you could get a three-story house. On a 30 sq.m. lot, that is. Fuyuhito Moriya’s house was built on what used to be parking space for a single car.
Designed by Thanva Tivawong, the Sand Glass concept for traffic lights imitates an hourglass, providing an intuitive and less ambiguous way of indicating when the lights will change.
Former university instructor Dave Rankin has a goal to create the best art decks in the skateboard industry with a superior ride; judging from the talent we see here, he’s well on his way.
We all know the value of a dollar at this point, but sometimes it’s good to see the less serious side of money, so please enjoy the creative stylings of this dollar bill origami art. (Thanks, Stephanie!)