Monday, September 21, 2009

Solar Powered Trash Compactor

The Solar Powered Trash Compactor known as BigBelly Solar is a cordless solar-powered trash compactor by Seahorse Power Company.

The Trash Compactor, the BigBelly is the world's only solar-powered cordless compaction system. It uses the sun's energy to automatically compact trash at the point of disposal, dramatically increasing capacity by 5 times within the same footprint as ordinary receptacles and can operate for a day on the equivalent energy it takes to make a piece of toast.

Increased capacity reduces collection trips and can cut related fuel use and greenhouse gas emissions by

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Disposable Cellular Phone

Disposable cellular phone, anybody thought of this idea?
Yes, the sporty looking disposable mobile phone concept is design by Shirley A. Roberts for the company called IDEA.

The cellular phone is like any prepaid phones in the market. Simple yet the mobile phone design is chic and very modern, that makes this mobile phone cheap to manufacture and easy to market. This prototype emergency phone does not need any cell phone accessories, just wrap it around your wrist like a bracelet.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Velcro LED Diver Flashlight by Keith Coponi

The Velcro LED Flashlight Concept created by Florida based Keith Coponi, an Industrial Design graduate from The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale (AiFL). Coponi specialized in Industrial Design, 3D Modelling and Interior Design.

The LED Diver Flashlight is powered by six AA batteries, a water heat sink and the new 20mm diameter light engine technology. It has also a changeable foam pads, and the Velcro sleeve attached around the respirator strap to let the divers roam underwater hands-free and with the light still on-focus.

The LED Diver Flashlight design with Velcro is derived from the original diving flashlight, enhance and incorporates with new LED technology with

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Vertu - Ascent Ti Carbon Fibre Collection

Vertu, the maker of the most expensive and luxury cell phones has launched the new Ascent Ti Carbon Fibre Collection (consist of 4 special edition phones - Knurled and Checked).

Inspired by motorsport (following the path of the previous Ferrari Editions and the Racetrack Legends Series), the Ascent Ti Carbon Fibre special edition was designed by the Premium Division of Nokia, the giant Swedish Telecom Company and

Friday, August 7, 2009

3D Stainless Steel Printing by Shapeways

3D Stainless Steel Printing by Shapeways, a 3D fabrication services based in The Netherlands, who used a certain technique called '3D Printing', where they had mastered the kind of technique and had proven as a high-quality technique for production.

Not just Shapeways print your 3D design on stainless steel and bronze, they can also print on metal or on any other material as long as you follow their given specifications, especially if you wanted your 3D design to be printed on metal.

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Google-GO Smart Phone Concept by Tryi Yeh

The Google-GO Smart Phone Concept by Tryi Yeh, a Taiwanese born Industrial Designer. The GO Smart Phone is so cool and slick, it has a glossy touch screen and a curvy sliding body.

The camera is hidden and located at the back and only shows if you slide the other side which is the microphone and speakers are located.

The GO Smart Phone supports various apps, and it functions like the i-phone. It's an experimental ergonomic phone and has four customized smart keys for web browsing and sending emails.

This phone also has a touched screen media player hooked up interface that when you plug it into the charger an image on the dock appears, so you can either watch the Go Smart Phone like watching on a TV or use the phone as the remote control.

Also features on the back of the Google-Go Smart Phone are 3 flashing lights, if the green light is flashing, it means the cell is fully charged, flashing red means lowbatt and white means somebody is on the line.

via designblog

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Friday, July 10, 2009

Transformable Wheel Chair Design by Caspar Schmitz

This transformable wheel chair concept is design by Cologne Germany based Industrial Designer, Caspar Schmitz.

The transformable wheel chair well be made of Polyurethane - an elastic yet very strong kind of plastic. Tires and rims will be made of PUR-Elastomer, to make them flexible and shock resistant while soft Polyurethane will be used on the handle bar that when done with vertical pressure it transformed the round wheel into an ellipsoid.

The seat shell will be made of Polycarbonat filled with Technogeel while the main body is composed of Thermoplastic Polyurethane(TPU).

This transformable wheel chair design is the solution on all daily hurdles that possibly encounter by all users and make them move and do their chores easy and most of all make life more easier.

More of his work [destalt]
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Thursday, July 9, 2009

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Sunday, June 21, 2009

Cutting-Edge Vodka Bottles by Arthur Schreiber

Cutting-edge Vodka Bottles designed by Arthur Schreiber, a Moscow based designer. He love to design packaging for alcoholic drinks, energy drinks and other beverages.

Schreiber has 10 years experience of creative and interesting packaging design.

link [behance]

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Thursday, June 11, 2009

The Hangerpak design by Steve Haslip

THE Hangerpak design by Steve Haslip, a Graphic Designer from a village South of England, UK. Steve Haslip, completed his undergraduate studies at Central Saint Martins. He is currently studying MFA Design at the School of Visual Arts in New York.

The Hangerpak design won the First Prize in the D&AD Student Awards 2007 under the category "What else do you do?".

The packaging is made from 80% recycled paper. By following the instructions at the back of the package, the Hangerpak could easily transformed into a coat hanger for your new t-shirt.

The Hangerpak is a creative green design indeed.

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Sunday, June 7, 2009

The Salt and Pepper Cell Shakers

THE Salt and Pepper Cell Shakers, created by the Turkey based design company, Antrepo Design Industry. The Salt and Pepper Cell shakers has an exact likeness of a D-sized battery, a shakers for your kitchen's salt and pepper. Available in Red/Turquoise and Black/white colors.

Salt and Pepper cell shakers are creative products that recharge power to your dining table and give taste on your food, but you can't use on your flash light.

The Antrepo Design Industry also looking for a partner company for their production process, for interested parties you can contact them at their website @ antrepo4

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Monday, June 1, 2009

Electric Powered Wheelchair Design by Jake Eadie

ELECTRIC Powered Wheelchair Design by Jake Eadie, an Industrial Design Student at the Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.

Eadie design the Electric Power Wheelchair as his 3rd year final design project in the said university.

He also design an Apple iPro Projector, Shoes and some futuristic vehicles using design tools such as Photoshop, Illustrator, In-Design, Maya, AutoCAD, ProDesktop, Alias Studio Tools and Hypershot.

via [coroflot]
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Saturday, May 30, 2009

The 2009 Fornasari (Racing) Buggy

The 2009 Fornasari Racing Buggy has been designed with 2 levels of mechanical; one is more accessible and a little less performance and the other one uses the classic architecture of Fornasari with a tube chassis, overlapped triangle suspensions and a Chevrolet motorization.

The skeleton of the car is consists of a steel piping chassis in molybdenum-chrome with more 450 pipelines running across in order to obtain stiffness and torsion capability, and weighing less than 150 kg.

The engine is 6-liter V8 - all built in aluminum, light but reliable complex and generates 602hp and 552 lb-ft @ 5100 rpm of torque. The Buggy's engine is latest generation of engines by US General Motors, reviewed by Fornasari under the guidance of the specialist, Mr. Cottrell.

Power is transmitted to all four wheels by a six-speed automatic transmission. The car accelerates from zero to 62mph in just 3.8 seconds, and with a top speed of 174mph. The total weight of the car is 1850kg.

via [seriouswheels]
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Monday, May 25, 2009

Collectible Transformer (Ravage) USB Flash Memory

THE Collectible Transformer (Ravage) USB Flash Memory Stick - the coolest and most impressive collectible USB flash drive in the market today.

The USB that transforms into a ferocious cat when needed. The Ravage transforming USB can store up to 2GB with the speed of 480mpbs and weighting 0.84 pounds.

Available in Collectors and Standard Grades for only $42.99.
For collectors and avid Transformer fans this is your change to collect and sell it in the near future for a bit higher prices to money-tise.

But be aware that this transformer (Ravage) USB memory stick is not for children under 16 years of age.

link [bigbadtoystore] via [kineda]

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Saturday, May 16, 2009

Free Fonts by Jos Buivenga (Exljbris)

ABSOLUTELY FREE FONTS by Jos Buivenga (Exljbris)


Anivers comes in regular, small caps, italics and bold.
The New Anivers is used by Smashing Magazines on their 1st anniversary.


Special attention was given to character spacing to obtain a homogenic appearance. With it's relatively large x-height the Delicious can be used for text in smaller point sizes.


Diavlo is a free font that contains 5 weights: Light, Book, Medium, Bold and Black.


Fertigo has undergone a major update and is now called Fertigo Pro.


The Fontin is designed to be used at small sizes. The color is darkish, the spacing loose and the x-height tall.


The Fontin Sans is designed by Jos Buivenga to be a suitable sans companion of Fontin. With a nice classical appearance it will be a perfect match.


Museo is an Open Type font family comes in five weights and offers supports CE languages and even esperanto. This type has ligatures, contextual alternatives, stylistic alternates, fractions and proportional/tabular figures and also has a 'case' feature for case sensitive forms.


Museo Sans is based on the well-known Museo. It is a sturdy, low contrast, geometric, highly legible sans serif typeface very well suited for any display and text use.


Tallys is a font that is one degree slanted and has large caps, a small x-height and long ascenders. It comes (see also Fontin) with hybrid numbers and a complete character set.

You can also buy some of his fonts at myfonts.

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