Marjan Van Aubel imagined “The Current Table”, a piece of furniture with simple and successful design but can also be a source of energy. Indeed, the table contains a light-sensitive panel and can subsequently reload an electronic object via a USB port. A project that combines pleasure & smart use to discover in the article.
The history of our video games controllers, such is the angle chosen by photographer Javier Laspiur for this series called Controllers. Snapshots full of nostalgia, taken from the point of view of the passionate player, and where a sofa and two nimble hands are the stars, ultimate tools to be successful in virtual life.
German designer Meike Harde changes codes of passing time ! Usually represented in graphical and numerical form, hours found poetry and balance through this clock, led by an athletic and slender ballerina. An appropriated object to take a contemplative view, cool, and a little less rushed on our days.
Korean firm Elevenplus had the great idea to create a beautiful cylinder clock with a face that we can roll in order to know the different timezones of the entire world. This creation is available in 3 colors : grey, blue and orange. A good way to stay updated of what time it is on the other side of the world.
The Institute for Computational Design and the Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design of the University of Stuttgart created a carbon-fibre pavilion based on the Elytron, shell encasing the wings and abdomen of beetles. A total of 36 individual items were manufactured, including geometric shapes to create a wonderful structure to discover in the article.
Mimi Son & Elliot Woods, aka Kimchi & Chips, imagined Light Barrier, an installation presented last June at Night New Media Festival in Nikola-Lenivets Russia. Consist of a multitude of calibrated beams to allow the appearance of geometric shapes, this allows creation dives us into a surreal atmosphere. A project co-commissioned by the British Council and FutureEverything to discover in video after the jump.
The start-up based in Texas AirType wants to imagine the keyboard of the future by offering a compatible Bluetooth accessory that can make any surface a keyboard thanks to two “bracelets” capturing finger movements. A project status and promising prototype that offers an interesting alternative to constant device changing.
Here is the “Porsche Pavilion” by Henn in the park Autostadt in Wolfsburg. A unique building because of its extraordinary construction. The pavilion also has a symbolic and historical dimension, because it refers to common roots through which Porsche and Volkswagen have been connected since the beginning.
“Web Popularity Products” is an original series created by London-based photographer Valerio Loi. This series shows different social networks turned into real alimentary products put on supermarkets’ shelves. Facebook becomes a chocolate spread and Instagram turns into a can. The whole with smart tags.
The Swedish studio Tomorrow Machine is the source of these incredible and amazing food packaging. Each of them is unique and extremely creative. Indeed, each package has its own practice and innovative action, as the one that opens in the oven when the food inside is ready to be eaten.
“Monomyth” is a collaboration between Sawdust, art director Andrew Stellitano and photographer Dominic Davies. The concept of this project is the three main stages of the story “Monomyth” by Joseph Campbell with typographical representations like no other : Each of the three works have been performed using real laser-cut pasta.