“The ingenious contraption developed by the great guys at Kyouei, is a wonderfully easy and simple way to quickly change the mood in any room…
A simple balloon – you can also use other colors – a lithium coin battery and some high intensity LED’s and a device to put it all together. That’s it… Try clustering them up to create chandeliers of balloons and add one in a different color.
The battery lasts for over 100 hours continuously, but it can be turned on and off, so you need not worry about a 4 day party…
For those of us who like to break things, there is a spare off white balloon supplied…”
Designed by La Tete Au Cube and the guys surrounding Jérome Fischbach, this is the ultimate solitude counter measure. It’s so charming and so French, yet it doesn’t take itself too seriously. With 85% wool, it’s nice and cuddly. Polyamide (15%) ensures incredible softness. At 53″ (135 cm) by 73″ (185 cm), it’s just the right size for a little relaxation by the fireplace.
The creative guys over at Droog Design give all new meaning to the word sucker. This is one of the smartest contraptions for the home and we are amazed how few have actually heard of it. Its basically exactly what the name says: A silicone sucker.
Need more info? OK. Think of it this way, a hanger that you can put up on the wall, and if you don’t want it any more, take it off and stick it somewhere else. It is a soft silicone contraption and all you do is stick it on the wall and press the air out. The resulting vacuum holds the ‘Sucker’ to the wall – don’t need it any more? Lift up an edge, have the air flow back inside and voilà – no more ‘sucker on the wall’. Smart eh? We love it in the kitchen and in the bathroom, but also to add additional hangers in a closet. Oh and kids – they adore those little suckers..
i would use this.
The idea behind this concept is exploit the internet ability in a mobile device. Touch screen, built in camera, scanner, WiFi, google map (hopefully google earth), google search, image search all in one slim device. It works like this when you see a building through the device, the device gives you the image search result right on the spot. Choose a building and touch a floor and it tells you more details of the building. You can use it when you want to know a car model, an insect name, what kind of food is served at a restaurant and how much, who built a bridge, etc. With detail informations like that, this gadget might only be used by secret service agents. Very futuristic concept.
It would be much easier to read a real book. You can use the dictionary, wikipedia, thesaurus and anything else available on the web. What do you think?
I really like his design.
I really like his design.