SMASH CUP: The Reusable Coffee Cup That Fits In Your Pocket
Leak-proof, collapsible and eco-friendly. For any coffee drinker who carries just a briefcase, handbag or less when they’re on the go!
Smash Cup is an ultra-portable, sealed travel cup you keep with you - great for hot drinks (like coffee and tea) and cold ones. When you’re not drinking, it collapses into a compact, liquid-tight disk, saving you space in your backpack, handbag, briefcase or jacket pocket. Since it’s reusable, it eliminates the waste of disposable coffee cups - At work, coffee drinkers throw away about 500 cups EVERY YEAR. And you’ll be able to take part in bring-your-own-mug discounts at coffee shops. It’s a no-brainer to choose a green product when it makes your life easier and saves you money.
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World Heritage takes inspiration from Dutch wax print fabrics found across Africa. Inspired by Africa, celebrating the world, World Heritage is launching on Kickstarter to find people who feel that diversity adds to our beauty. These brightly coloured fabrics are visually stunning and capture the energy of a dynamic continent.
Business Cards by Young Professionals
Printed on thick Mohawk card stock, the cards have a soft tone to them with a bold feel. The sides of the cards are hand-painted so that when they lie together they create a marbled block form.
Distortion Bag by Bao Bao Issey Miyake
Bao Bao Issey Miyake and N&R Foldings both attempt to create new experiences with bags. The two have come together to evolve the futuristic, origami-inspired bag ‘Distortion’. The bag is constructed using the new method of sequence pieces transformed into a three-dimensional structure. N&R Foldings is a London/Tokyo based Design studio founded by Rodrigo Solorzano and Naoki Kawamoto. With a particular interest in digital generation and digital fabrication N&R’ s work draws inspiration from Origami and its functional capabilities. This has led them to the creation of different articulated surfaces that offer solutions to a big variety of products.
BULBING: Versatile LED Lamps that trick the eye.
Isreali design atelier Studio Checha is behind this innovative LED lamp that tricks your mind into thinking it’s looking at a 3D object. BULBING is a 2D lamp created using 3D wire-frame images. By transferring those images onto 2D materials, through a laser machining process, your eyes become fooled. The changeable design is made from acrylic glass sheet and the base is made of plywood birch. The light is LED, giving it a lifespan of 50,000 hours.
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Not Knot - A cable tidy that folds into a hard protective shell for cable heads, ear buds and volume controls.
Not Knot is a cable tidy created by the Blue Marmalade design studio. Despite being less than 1 millimetre thick, when folded it creates a tough protective shell for your ear buds and in-line controls that you can wrap your cable around to shorten them to a manageable length for every day use, or while travelling.
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Ordinary Behavior by Kevin LCK
Artist and illustrator Kevin LCK works almost exclusively in black and white, so it comes as no surprise that as he’s ventured into sculptural objects the aesthetic has remained the same, while the dimensions clearly haven’t. In his new series Ordinary Behavior the artist builds dioramas into everyday electronic objects made from cardboard such as a computer, camera, and iPhone.
Batman bat-shaped bookshelf created by Kuala Lumpur-based crafter FictionFurniture.
The bookshelf is made to order and comes in two versions: Classic Batman and The Dark Knight, and will make a great addition to any Batman fan’s home.
Reborn 001 by Y Studio
Collection of desk lamps made from old cameras
Black Light by Diana Dumitrescu
Fire Lamp by Kevin Champeny (tumblr)
300+ cast soft rubber bullets
Project (zip:per) by Korean design studio, The Zoom
Canvas by YOY
Tokyo-based design firm YOY transforms this fantasy into a reality. Canvas, a series of three navy ink paintings of French-style chairs, makes an illusion out of its subject. The elastic fabric of the canvas hides an actual chair waiting behind the painting, inviting onlookers to take a seat and become the spatial extension of the two-dimensional print. The simplistic elegance of the work seems to embody how easy it is to add a little flourish and whimsy into the throes of the everyday.