Cedar and Stuart Anderson’s Flow system is a convenient and considerate way to harvest honey. Its 3D printed honeycomb frames let you drain the honey into a tap. You save yourself a lot of work and the bees are left unharmed.
Art & Design
This massive chandelier in Russia’s Leningrad Center uses a grid of 1,089 moving wires, each of which has a multicolored LED orb at its tip. Its computer control system lets it create wireframe objects that look like they’re floating in space.
A multi-LED bulb that receives power in mid-air over its oak, ash or walnut base. The bulb is held up by magnets, so it won’t fall if the power is cut off. The base can also be used for wireless charging.
The NBA hypes up the playoffs by releasing mockups of the 2014-2015 championship ring for each of the 16 playoff teams. The Hawks and Bulls rings are style co-champs. And how depressing is it that the Nets are in while OKC are not?
A shoe designed for children in need. Both of the shoe’s small and large versions can be further adjusted by four sizes, allowing it to grow with the child. It’s a shame the outsole isn’t as easy to replace. Bulk discounts available.