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Mighty Nuts Packaging by Maija Rozenfelde

Mighty Nuts is a very nice packaging designed by Maija Rozenfelde during her studies in communications and packaging design at the Pratt Institute in New York. Its shape and opening mechanism are abstract references to (…)

Most Popular Posts of 2012

Happy new year to all our readers! Let’s begin 2013 by looking back at the most popular posts of 2012. Here is the top 10. Enjoy! (…)

Elo Light Switch by Realitem

Designed by Frédéric Bugnot for French homeware company Realitem, Elo is everything but your typical white square light switch. With its beach pebble looks, this sweet switch will brighten up your house in every way, not to (…)

Eggwave Egg Tray

Designed by German studio WerterlOberfell in collaboration with Tobias Schmidt of appliance-maker Neff‘s in-house design, “Eggwave” is an egg tray with a texture similar to that of a golf ball. “It consists of two undulating, (…)

Christmas Tree Made From 5000 Ceramic Plates

Belgian design firm Mooz created this very nice Christmas tree made from over 5,000 ceramic plates and dishes which were donated by the local residents of Hasselt in Belgium. The “Taste Tree” measures about 30″ (9m) (…)

Bite Me Edible Lamp by Victor Vetterlein

The Bite Me desk lamp by New York-based designer Victor Vetterlein is made of edible and biodegradable plastic. The concept, even though it seems crazy, is simply to eat your lamp rather than throw it away (…)

Chandelier Made of Gummy Bears by Kevin Champeny

New York-based artist Kevin Champeny got the genius idea to create a colourful chandelier made of gummy bears! Made for Jellio, an American company which creates home furnishings inspired by fun childhood memories,”Candelier” is (…)

Fast Track: a 50-Meter Long Trampoline

Made as part of the Archstoyanie festival in Russia and designed by architecture studio Salto, “Fast Track” is a park installation and a road at the same time. It is an attempt to create (…)

Focus on Mark Sturkenboom

Lights on the works of Dutch artist Mark Sturkenboom whose main focus lies in the deep layers of the relation between objects and their owner. “What I design is meant to call forward a myriad (…)

Clock Clock White by Humans Since 1982

Swedish design studio Humans Since 1982 teamed up with Australian engineer David Cox to create the “Clock Clock White”, a wall of 24 analogue clocks organized in 4 sets of 6, each forming a number to constitute (…)