Check out this Apex Predator Shoes designed by British studio Frantich and Young. Artists Mariana Fantich and Dominic Young have been working together since 2008. Their work address parallels between social evolution and evolution in the natural world: Nature as model or nature as threat.
'A leaf of light, thin as a page of a book, to enlighten rooms and tents, maps and books. Wireless, rechargeable, autonomous. With adjustable brightness, private or shared light, for those who read and travel everywhere. This is just a concept not a product.' Okay, cool! Link here.
Watson on his work: Remember when you were scolded for not using a coaster? Worry no more…. New designs include the intriguing ‘Linger a Little Longer’ Table and Benches, a deceptively understated design with a dynamic twist. Making entertaining that bit more fun (while also commenting on how ‘precious’ we can become about the functionality of furniture, or how oblivious we can be to every effect we have on our environment) the thermochromic finish of the table and benches responds to the heat of any plate, mug or serving dish – or body part – placed on it, to leave an ephemeral ‘watermark.’ Link.
Fjaril is a drawer. It expands rhythmically and during this movement changes itself from a simple box into a functional sculpture. Fjarill is sold as a limited edition at Galerie Maria Wettergren in Paris.
The "AIR from New York City" is a middle-sized can filled with the spirit of the city, a piece of world heritage. The product is 100% bio. Fresh air from New York relieves stress, cures homesickness and helps fighting nostalgia. It is made by careful hands in the heart of the city. All descriptions on the can are in English. Buy here.
'Harness the power of lighting to charge your electronics and power your gadgets. Take a super boring necessity (power strips... always beige and kind of dusty. The worst!) and make it a unique design piece you'll be proud to show off.' Buy here.
It's the Bobine, a charging cable and flexible tripod for iPhones and Android devices! The Bobine does double duty, charging your phone while holding it steady. Since you don't have to worry about your phone's battery, you can use it to take really long videos, or use an app to shoot great timelapses. Even when it's not charging anything, it makes a great tripod. You can bend it into a cobra so your phone can stand on its own for a self portrait or group shot anywhere. Want a shot from above? Wrap it tentacle-style around a tree limb. The Bobine can also be an adjustable extender: use it to take shots in hard-to-reach places and weird angles.
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