Archive for the ‘product design’ Category
Rubik’s Cube salt and pepper shakers, booya! And you don’t even need to solve the cube to season your eggs - success. The packaging is kinda cool too.
I get it. We, designers, live by the Pantone Matching System. I love it too. PMS 812U, double hit of ink? I can’t resist it. PMS 428U? A classic. And while I try to avoid posting anything Pantone, we all have our soft spot. This is mine. BarberOsgerby takes the collection fo 48 Pantone colors used for architecture and interiors and produced them into stools.
I’m definitely not a morning person so thank you SuckUK for creating this mug to make my morning easier. I like my tea Classic British. Just a bit more milk, ah perfect. Also comes in MyCuppa Coffee.
These days even your fork, trash bin, and faucet will warn you how much you’re consuming/wasting. Nadeem Haidary’s impressive product design project consists of three normal household objects which are augmented with statistical data. Each prong on the fork represents a different countries caloric intake per capita, the angle of the trash bin changes as more weight is placed inside, and the faucet shows how much water is consumed when it is used.
BTW, he has other cool stuff on his site too.
Now that we have phones that can fit in our pockets, I knew it was only a short time before the portable espresso maker would come to fruition. Please do not be alarmed if you see me walking around, Mypressi Twist in hand going “ahhhhhhhhh,” sucking down espresso shots. Its the beauty of technology, my dear. So is the $129 price tag.