Posts tagged Design
Posts tagged Design
ReCraft Your Taste: Caroloto Carots
Stereotype project by Daizi Zheng and it is about helping people eat more healthier through their everyday habits.Can design encourage people to rethink their relationship with healthy food to gain a balanced diet? Using the recognizable stereotyping packaging may make people feel more physically and physiologically connected with those daily objects.
ReCraft Your Meat: Meat Tenderizer by Gavin Reay of And-Design
Tenderizing meat is quite an important step in cooking, however it requires quite a bit of muscle to do it right. The Tender delivers double the punch with every bash, making your job easier. The serrated roller has glass balls inside the column to energize the blow. Tackle your meat in smart way!
ReCraft Your Keyboard: Magic Cube
It uses a laser beam to generate a full-size perfectly OPERATING laser keyboard that smoothly (or with our live 24h support center..) connects to MAC’s, Smart Phones, the new Iphone, Ipad, Android devices any kind of PC and Most of the handheld devices.The Celluon Virtual Keyboard uses a light projection of a full-sized QWERTY computer keyboard on almost any surface. Used with MAC Laptop, PDA’s and Smart Phones, the Virtual Keyboard provides a practical way to send e-mails, word documents processing and spreadsheet tasks, enabling users to leave laptops and computers at home.
ReCraft Your Chair: Knitting Eames Wire Chair
Having achieved success with their plywood and molded plastic chairs, Charles and Ray Eames challenged themselves to make a reasonably priced, strong but lightweight, quality chair out of bent wire. Introduced in 1951, it was an immediate hit. Distinctively, unmistakably Eames, the wire chair has stood the test of time and is as popular today as it was half a century ago. Here is a moder take on these chairs by Akira Ishikawa.
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Genius DIY idea from artist Matt Whitwell: Carve designs into your pencil erasers and use them as DIY rubber stamps!
(Stamps and photo by The Bottomless Paddling Pool on Flickr)