Time shall reveal itself

“Sheer simplicity, sheer beauty” would be the words I’d use to describe Anicorn’s Hidden Time watch. Designed in collaboration with designer Jiwoong Jung, the Hidden Time watch captured Jung’s visual interpretation on how one should focus on the time at hand… literally. Using focus as the visual key, the design plays with gradients that help […]

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Google’s most innovative gadget yet?

It’s 2017. Desktops are pretty much dead. Laptop sales are slowing down incredibly, and tablet sales have seen quite a slump too. What has gained traction however is the idea of a smart home and all the products around it. Designer Michio Papers created a bridge between the two faces of the tech industry to […]

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The secret to sensational salads

Designed to be a funny little impressive kitchen tool to make the most amazing mess-free salads, the appropriately named Tada is a slightly cute alien-ish looking device that allows you to evenly coat your salad with dressing… without tossing it! For people like me who are just incredibly bad at tossing salads (it’s an acquired […]

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Cars of the Future, Take Notes

It is hard not to get excited by what the Tokyo Motor Show has to offer. Every day is like Christmas with the sneak peaks at what the best of the best have to offer. One of these guys is Mazda with their Vision Coupe – the perfect example of a harmonized balance between elegant […]

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Brew Beautifully

Inspired by coffee’s deep roots, the JIA hand drip coffee set is designed for a better (not to mention, more beautiful) coffee brewing experience by merging a minimalistic eastern design language with western lifestyle functionality. It features a double-layer ceramic filter cup that rests on a glass vessel. This improves insulation to maintain water temperature. […]

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Get More with Moto Mods

Phone accessories/modification cases have always been a grey territory for design – it’s easy to design something in the hope that your users will adopt it and run with it, but the reality of them actually to embrace it, that’s tough. We’ve seen the likes of LG try this tactic with the G5 in April […]

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Old Values with a New Look

We were blown away (and still kind of are) when Honda unveiled the Urban EV Concept last month. As I mentioned before and I’ll repeat it – The urban EV concept evoked an emotional connection unlike any other car showcased this year. The urban EV concept looks like something conceived in the 80s, with its […]

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A full-sized yet pocket-sized blanket!

Literally the size of a handkerchief when folded, this bad-boy becomes a literal full sized blanket big enough for two (or to fit one person comfortably, if you’re Rose from Titanic). Designed by Chris Clearman who realized sometimes picnics are impromptu things and it helps to have a spread to sit on if you’re ever […]

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Fishing with a conscience

Fishing. A necessity for some, a sport for some, and a hobby for others. However, the tools for all of the approaches remain the same. All of them employ hooks that impale fish, oftentimes killing them in the process, which would seem fine for people who fish to consume… but for people who fish for […]

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Made by robots, made for humans

Designed entirely by humans and manufactured entirely by robots, the ADAPTIV shoe is literally the future. With absolutely no human intervention in the manufacturing process, ADAPTIV is completely made by 3D printing robots. What’s more special is the fact that ADAPTIV is built with multiple gyroscopes and pressure sensors allowing the ADAPTIV to “move air […]

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Horticultural Horlogerie

UPDATE: Less than 12 hours left, grab yours now! The Japanese have this ritual called Shinrin-yoku, or Forest Bathing. With people being so attached to technology and urban life, there’s a very apparent lack of natural connect, and that tends to have its own set of adverse effects. The Japanese immerse themselves for certain periods […]

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A Handful of VR

It’s been an inspiring couple of weeks for Virtual Reality with the release of the Google Daydream headset, the Oculus Go headset, and recently the very durable ANMLY Model A headset. While there have been some dramatic changes made with headsets since its inception, there hasn’t been nearly half as many with VR controllers. That’s […]

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The Future is Here and Now

As the time counts down to this year’s Tokyo Motor Show, we get more and more teasers of what’s to come – one of those teasers is the beautiful Mazda Kai Concept. With some similarities to the RX-Vision Concept (released at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show), the Kai is edgy, sleek and a large amount […]

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