Elemen’tary, the best-looking screwdriver ever, methinks.
Archive for the 'industrial design' Category
Hlynur Atlason is an Icelandic designer who clearly believes it’s never too early to introduce tykes to modernism. Here, his solid silicone rubber duck is a more safe, durable, hygienic version of the traditional rubber ducky–and has enough weight to double as a door stop or toiletries container, when turned on its side.
Yikes. One is left to wonder how despondent the French designer Marie Thurnauer must have been to think up this macabre neon light solution, benignly named Suspension.
Jasper Morrison’s two-tiered Bird Table provides both shelter and food for the feathered. And I think they’ll like the color, too.
Nothing can compete with a wireless mouse. But if one has a fondness for wires, there’s this, the Rinkak mouse by Nendo.
Inspired by the patterns and colors found on common lawn furniture, these striking lamps are by the French design duo that calls itself Colonel.
Reductive design can’t get more, well, reduced, than this LED lamp with no knobs or hinges, by James Irvine.
“Dorothy was created to challenge the often dull and basic world of lighting.” Which is to say, this lamp’s plastic shade is designed to double as a traffic cone when its illuminating life is over.