Random pic of the week

July 27, 2009


vodka in the form of AK-47, often known as Kalashnikov. Kalashnikov was created in 1945 and fabricated in 1947 by the Soviet Mikhaïl Kalachnikov, was used in the countries of Soviet Union during World War II.
Red Army Vodka, in the form of Kalashnikov comes in a wooden case,  six glasses to shoot and a grenade-20cl-of vodka.

” Small sister ” of Red Army Vodka, Pepesza takes the form of PPSH-41 (Pistolet-Pulemet Shpagina, nicknamed Peh-peh-shah), a gun Soviet gunner was used during World War II.

Extract from Vodka and Co.

Screw Bottle Caps

June 30, 2009


“… made of soft silicone, the screw bottle cap, which possesses a high leak-tightness property, is suitable to all kinds of bottles.”
Can we do a cork version?

Extract from I New Idea


Karim Rashid has designed a self-heating feeding bottle that heats the milk to 37 degrees celsius in four minutes. Great for inconvenient situations where you don´t have access to heating the milk on a stove. iiamo contains  a 100 % organic heating cartridge , that only contains salt and water.

Extract from danskdesign.nu


1000 Acres Vodka Packaging by Arnell. Clean and simple yet strong ideas. 

Extract from COLT + RANE

Rain Drops

January 24, 2009


The RainDrops system allows people to adapt standard plastic bottles to an existing gutter system to collect rain water. The repurposing of these plastic bottles will also give value to many bottles that are otherwise headed for landfills.

A large benefit to using plastic bottles as a water collection system is that it fits in nicely with the process called SODIS, which uses a combination of the suns UV rays and heat to remove pathogenic microorganisms that cause disease. This process is spreading across many developing countries due to its effectiveness and low cost.

Extract from Yanko Design

Recycle PET Bottles

December 11, 2008


This christmas, makes some recycled products for your friends…
This should be suitable for the Singapore parents. We used to see this bottles being used as school water bottles until the day a health warning was publicized. See what else you can do with your kids this school holiday.


 

Extract from noquedanblogs.com

Lunch Box by Oots

December 7, 2008


This lunch box has a retro colour and the lid of the box is shaped to keep a reusable bottle in place, under an elastic strap. The ‘stacked’ design is made from BPA-free and phthalate-free polypropylene and safety tested for lead. The lunch box and containers are dishwasher safe and the containers are microwave safe.
I like the bottle.

Extract from Delight.com

360 Paper Bottle

November 27, 2008


The 360 paper water bottle from Brand Image is an attempt to address 60 million plastic bottles thrown away daily in the United States (of which 86% become garbage). The paper vessel is made from 100% renewable food-safe resources, fully recyclable and versatile in a number of potential liquid categories.

Extract from the dieline

Cork links

October 17, 2008


Cork links is a wall organizing system that allows the user to create their own vertical landscapes.

The cork material is perforated through a die-cut process allowing sections of cork to be extruded into three dimensional shapes. When the extrusions are pulled away from the wall, objects are able to be hung and gripped by the cork.

Very clever…

Extract from Brian Kelly

ABnormal Vodka

October 1, 2008


ARTESKA International Company is introducing revolutionary innovations into the technology of vodka production, and with it a new bottle.
ABnormal vodka is the first in the world bottle without the neck. Design of the bottle for ABNORMAL Vodka received get the “GRAND PRIZE – best packaging design” in Cannes 2005.

Extract from ARTESKA