Mag Frame

August 4, 2009


Mag Frame is designed for ease of carrying and removing magazine with the steel plate at an angle. Mag Frame has clean curves, which consists of a single steel plate brushed.

Extract from Déco-Design

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Coin Bank Display

May 26, 2009


Coin Bank display. An attractive alternative to the coin jar.

Extract from revol-design

Glimpse

April 26, 2009


Glimpse is a mirror that gives an illusion of a door opening on any given surface. Sometimes we cannot help but to try and catch a glimpse of the other side.

Extract from SARAHDAYO.COM


Wasabi is an inkless printer. Its small design and ease of use allows you to print anywhere and everywhere. It prints using Bluetooth®  and holds up to 12 sheets of adhesive-backed paper (Zero InkTM  paper).
It’s like Polaroid re-born.

Extract from Dell

Digi-Mug

February 17, 2009


The next generation of photo on a mug.
Coffee mugs with integrated digital photo frames. The Digi-Mug is packed with 1MB of memory that allows you to store about 50 images for playback on its 1.5-inch display using a lithium ion rechargeable battery.

Extract from UrbanTrend

Fuji Instax Mini Camera

January 11, 2009


Fuji’s Instax Mini camera creates credit card-size photos in a camera that comes in pink, blue, and white.
Polariod may be gone but Fuji has produced the Instax with permission from Polaroid. Though Fuji’s Instax Mini is no Polaroid, it is a great alternative for photographers who like instant gratification. The 5-inch by 5-inch by 2.5-inch camera sells for US$130, and film is about US$1 a photo.

Operation is easy – simply check the LED exposure indicator and press the shutter, a credit card-size instant color photo is ready in minutes – sharp and clear on Fuji instax film. Auto focus; auto flash; built-in lens cover; instructions included.

Extract from Urban Outfitters

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