Swedish designer Amelia Shroyer called a whole creative team to imagine the project “Onehundredforty” : 5000 posters’ designs to turn your tweets and 140 characters into an artwork to exhibit in your living room. There is only a few weeks left to support this Kickstarter project.
Designers at Disk Cactus have imagined the Emoji Keyboard : a keyboard for Mac that we cover entirely of emojis’ touches with a silicone film that will exist in two sizes. To activate this mode, you just have to type the caps lock. There is only a few weeks left to support this project.
Beam is a smart LED lamp designed by the Beam Lab Sinc. Its originality is to hide a mobile beamer of 8 Go that can adapt to any type of lamps and be controlled by bluetooth from your smartphone. You can support this project on Kickstarter : Beam will be on sell on october 2015 for the price of 399 $ in preorder.
Prynt is a smartphone case designed by Robin Barata and which allows to print your photos directly from your mobile, in 30 secondes. This case will be sold 49 $ and will be available in Summer 2015, in blue, pink and white for iPhone 5, 5S, 5C, 6 and Samsung Galaxy S4 and S5. A new way to share your mobile photos, other than on social networks, to support on Kickstarter.
Poopy Cat has recently launched the project BLOCKS, in 5 days and thanks to the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter. It’s a cat shelter, modular and made in cardboard, that everyone can build himself. These eco-friendly cabins feature tunnels, beams, bridges, ramps and cubes that we can easily customize.
Swedish company Frameworks has designed the Frameworks One : a backlight photo frame commanded from your smartphone to change easily the diaporama or lighting. You can buy or sell prints of your synchronized photos in the Framework One thanks to an application set up for the project. More infos on their page Kickstarter.
Slovenian designer Luka Pirnat has imagined “The 360 Shelf” : shelves storage in wood, modular and fixed to a wall that will incline your books, disks and other objects. Available in different vivid colors, there are only a few days left to support this project on Kickstarter. To discover.
“Celestial Cities” is a limited set of cities illustrations made by David Fleck. The nine illustrations are created from engraved wood blocks, printed on paper painted in different colors inspired by our solar system’s planets. A series presented by href=”https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1623436576/celestial-cities”>Kickstarter
Here is a Kickstarter project proposed by the Chinese firm Impossible Technology. This lightweight electric bike folds up to save space, the mechanism also allows you to fold or unfold the bicycle as soon as possible. With a battery life of 45 minutes its speed is 20 km/h. To discover.
28 years old designer Ruthy Shafrir is the creator of the shelf Ruche : a unit storage that we can build without any tools. He got inspired by the beehive and the shape of alveolus, and has thought about making different sizes for his two models : the one in aluminum and the other in cardboard, both recycled and recyclable. To discover.
Historic Robotic Spacecraft Poster Series is a Kickstarter project submitted by the store t-shirts online Chopshopstore. This project aims to finance the production of three screen-printed posters celebrating the most popular and most notable interplanetary robotic space missions. To discover.