If you want to add some fun or unexpected to your home, take a look at the 8 Cool Bomb Shaped Product Designs we presented here. From vase to lamp, speaker to timer, these little funky bomb shaped products will definitely be a conversation starter.
Frigido is a radical refrigerator concept that inspired by human cardiovascular system – distributing and exchanging of blood with organs surrounding the heart. This concept fridge is divided in 6 compartments with different temperature, each compartment fits a specific food category, with its own temperature and humidity requirements. These compartments are placed in a pie-change and surround the “heart” of the Frigido – the cooling system that distributes and circulates refrigerated air. By using individual compartment, user can just open the compartment they want and reduce the lost of cold. Moreover, it also help to eliminate the risk of food contamination and provide fresh, quality food to small householders.
Skull isn’t just for Hollywean! I know it is kinda crazy to think a simple item like a skull could have so many creative outcomes. The relationship that artist and designers have with skulls is unexplainable. And today we have collected some of the coolest skull shaped designs, furnitures, electronics, kitchenware and accessories, which skull is your favorite?
In some countries, using radiator to warm your home and possibly your wet clothing during the winter is a must. But who’s to say that all radiators need to look boring? Art Lebedev Studio has come up with a pretty quirky radiator designed in the shape of a T-Rex,, which they have cleverly dubbed the Thermosaurus. Apart from its unique design, the Thermosaurus is a heat exchanger with a Tyrannosaurus as a backbone. The item is highly efficient and energy-savvy, thanks to its complex structure that includes a skull, spine, ribs, legs, and tail bones. You can easily heat your cold and soggy clothing on the Thermosaurus, which only adds some fun to it. In the words of Art Lebedev Studio, “Brave the next Ice Age with a survivor of the previous one.” [source]