Posts Tagged ‘fashion and design’

Home gym equipment by Tingest

February 17th, 2017

Marble dumbbells, a bamboo hula hoop and slimline kettlebell feature in Swedish brand Tingest’s vision for home training equipment. Tingest designed the collection to remove one of the biggest obstacles to exercise: time spent setting up.

Sacolas do Brasil shopping bags from Pão de Açúcar

February 15th, 2017

With a modern design, the bags feature the cities’ skylines, highlighting their main icons, such as Cristo Redentor at Rio de Janeiro; Ponte Octávio Frias de Oliveira in São Paulo; Catedral Metropolitana de Nossa Senhora Aparecida in Brasília; Ponte dos Ingleses in Fortaleza; Praça Rio Branco Marco Zero in Recife; Elevador Lacerda in Salvador.

Renard ‘GT’ carbon fiber motorcycle

February 11th, 2017

The “GT”s’ body integrates the motorcycle’s frame, gondolas, petrol tank and air box into a single load-bearing structure. The sleek, rugged exterior gives the Renard its distinctive appearance. Its carbon-fiber monocoque is a featherweight at just 11 kilograms, and is reinforced with kevlar, enhancing resistance from impact and vibration.

Renault Trezor concept

February 8th, 2017

The lines of the “Trezor” are warm, sensuous and refined, while its assertive front end incorporates signature C-shaped lights. In terms of their styling, Renault’s upcoming models will draw their inspiration from the “Trezor’s” DNA as their forms become even more fluid and mature.

Vanquish Volante S by Aston Martin

February 3rd, 2017

Along with the aerodynamic-enhancing carbon fiber splitter and diffuser, Aston has upgraded the monstrous 6.0-liter V12 engine to kick out a whopping 580bhp. An improved intake manifold design is also said to improve throttle response.

Wooden Speakers by Rockit Log

January 31st, 2017

Rockit Logs are created from acoustic quality wood once abandoned by logging operations, then re-purposed into handcrafted works of audio + visual art by the former USA center back. Each natural shape, knot, pattern or grain means every single speaker in unique.

3D Printed vases by Libero Rutilo

January 25th, 2017

The 3D printed structure dresses the container and conceals it beneath an aesthetically-pleasing geometric mesh. Rutilo’s 3D printed vases can be easily placed on top of a water bottle and fastened to the cap, creating new objects from old.

Bern bag by Odo Fioravanti

January 20th, 2017

In this clutch – exclusively made of 3D printed sintered nylon – a series of rounded blades seem to stem from an initial circular central point and then multiply creating the clutch, dominated by the structural rhythm imposed by the gaps between an oval shape and the next. Thus, the visual result is a pulsating and dynamic pattern developed by matching bending parallel lines, reproduced to capture the unique urban structure of the Swiss capital.

Signage system for Childcare Center by Design by Toko, Sydney – Australia

January 5th, 2017

Design by Toko has developed the colorful signage system. Influenced by Children’s building blocks used to improve motor skills and spatial awareness, Design by Toko has composed fully modular timber signs. Each, unique in its appearance, can be re-configured if necessary.

Spice containers by DESIGNO-patagonia

January 2nd, 2017

Influenced by the transformation of matter through time, Argentinian studio DESIGNO-patagonia has interpreted how rocks become pebbles and how water erodes earth through their latest “cuecos” collection. This unusual set consists of spice containers for a contemporary kitchen as well as storage items for personal belongings.

Spiran bicycle by People People

December 15th, 2016


People People, a small Swedish industrial design agency, adores the traditional bike’s styling and reliability, but also think it is a bit heavy and clumsy for a modern city contexts. To counter this, it has formed a sleek “younger sibling” of the classic bicycle called “Spiran” — translating to scepter in Swedish, has clean, elegant lines with the look of sophistication also fit for monarchy.

Quotidian Pen – The World’s First Magnetic Propulsion Pen by Quotidian

November 20th, 2016



With a modern, minimalist yet elegant design, the Quotidian Pen was designed to be a daily companion fit for any occasion or style and a well-crafted heirloom that can be passed on for generations.

Fountain Pen by ystudio

November 18th, 2016



The body of ystudio desk fountain pen made of brass with the solid pen holder made of cooper in a steady and smooth writing style. The traditional fountain pen is carried by clip,but nowadays people may not wear shirt or suits everyday.

Zoom Spiridon trainers by Nike

November 12th, 2016

The Nike Zoom Spiridons, which were first released in 1997, are inspired by the 90s garage rave fashion scene. This iteration repurposes the century-old font as a bold pattern.

Voronoi & Delaunay Pattern Wooden Bag by Made In Love Studio

January 18th, 2016



Voronoi & Delaunay Pattern Wooden Bag by Made In Love Studio

Maxim Shopper & Felix Backpack by TheBétaVersion

January 12th, 2016



Maxim Shopper & Felix Backpack by TheBétaVersion

MY taps by Micheal Young for Jougor

January 11th, 2016



Michael Young designs range of slender mirrored faucets for Jougor

Pen Uno by Ensso

December 23rd, 2015



Pen Uno: The Most Minimal Pen

Industry Collection by Gentle Giants

December 19th, 2015



Industry Collection vases invoke Art Decò water towers

Capital Salon by Archis Patel & Tanvi Rajpurohit, Vadodara – India

December 17th, 2015



Mirror mirror on the wall!