Designed by Tsung Chih-Hsien, this ultra portable charger concept called “Mini Power” is designed to rescue your phone at the right moment. Based on the paper battery technology, the “Mini Power” is designed to be a much smaller volume portable charger. Comes in three different capacity – 2 hours, 4 hours and 6 hours, the “Mini Power” is perfect for urgent use. People can buy it and recycle it from convenience store, just like a normal battery.
When the temperatures are dropping, it is probably the time to heat up our oven – baking some cookies. A home-made sugary snacks are always welcome, but only by children but adults as well. Of course, taste is the most important thing of the cookie, but have an attractive looking is a big bonus as well. Here we have rounded up 12 Cool and Playful Cookie Cutters and Stamps. Take a look! It’s time to roll up your sleeves and do some serious baking.
Created by Margje Teeuwen and Erwin Zwiers, Proplamp is a lamp made from a biodegradable non-woven material that you can “crush” to tailor-make your own design. In the shape of a crumbled piece of paper, each lamp will be pre-shaped by Margje and Erwin, but it can be easily reshaped over and over again by its new owner due to its unique material. However, to avoid overheating the lamp, it is recommeded to use 7 watt LED bulb. Hence, Proplamp will be your prefect accent light but not your main source of lighting.
People don’t love skull and skeleton only at Halloween. Actually, there are group of people who constantly love these symbol of dark fashion. Usually, skull and skeleton design are commonly used in jewelry and clothing design. While some creative industrial designers make one step further and create these awesome skull/skeleton shaped chairs. Some of them are available for purchase while some of them are more like a artwork. Such furniture probably isn’t for every interior and not every our reader, but this collection is surely worth your attention!
1. Skull Chair by Yamada Tetsuya [source]
Tokyo-based artist, Tetsuya Yamada, breathes new life into the dark face of death with his line of candy-colored skull chairs. Yamada creates oversized chairs out of an inverted skull-shaped mold of plastic and fiberglass. Each chair is 90 cm x 120 cm and engraved with the artist’s iconic logo.
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