Posted: 31 Oct 2012 09:02 AM PDT
Love the idea of a bird's eye view of a city and maybe this is why we have the Burj Khalifa and London Eye. To inspire creative people and get them to take in a different perspective of Prague, we have here the 0 Gravity Tour concept vehicle. Literally giving you wings to fly around town and take in the sights, the flying machine gives you an aerial view of the city. Interesting and inspiring, maybe we should all have a lofty look at life.
Designer: Riten Gojiya
Posted: 31 Oct 2012 08:40 AM PDT
AN-GLUE may come across as a frivolous solution to the glue stick design. But when you are the person who is sealing envelopes or gluing stuff; then you're gonna be real happy that you have this angled design in hand. For the record, it can be difficult to see the paper when we are applying glue to it, because the gluing hand blocks our line of sight. The angled tip makes it easier to see the gluing path and is easier to use.
The base has a ridge that prevents the stick from rolling off the table. Although it is thinner than typical glue sticks, the angled tip makes the application diameter the same as thicker glue sticks.
AN-GLUE is a 2012 red dot award: design concept winner.
Designers: Hansol Ha & Ro Heehun
Posted: 31 Oct 2012 12:01 AM PDT
The inspiration behind the TOOJO stool series is from the semi-nomadic Maasai people of Kenya and Tanzania; specifically, their distinctive jewelry. Like the intricate beadwork of the jewelry, the stool is highly flexible, light and able to connect to other stools to create a "chain" of stools. The design allows for modular, custom seating arrangements linked by small surfaces for resting items like beverages. Perfect for pow wows!
Designer: Marek Harmata
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