Amsterdam-based firm RKNL Furniture Design have created the Wooden Ruban Coffee Table in brushed brass & burned oak using Shou-sugi-ban technique.
Jewelry brand RubyRobin offers a unique design of jewelry composed of real flowers enclosed in mini glass orbs. Designer Khrystyna creatively encased real flower petals and dandelion seeds in miniature glass jars to make rings, pendant necklaces and earrings. [via designtaxi]
Idea-driven and New York-based design practice STPMJ built the Invisible Barn located in Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, New York. Description by STPMJ: Invisible Barn is a site-specific design proposal that re-contextualizes the landscape of the Socrates Sculpture Park by projecting the landscape on the structural proposition. A barn shaped-wooden structure is sheeted with reflective film on its surfaces. This mirror-finished folly is placed in the middle of the grove and [...]
Texas-based Harold Leidner Company – Landscape Architects designed this lovely garden with a curvilinear built-in seating with colorful pillows perfect for entertaining at any time of the day [via freshome.com]
Check out these beautiful fashion illustrations mixed with real flower petals by artist Grace Ciao.
If you are a certified mobile person who is always on the go, then this awesome pocket-sized printer would deliver the best news for you. Israeli studio Zuta Labs offers an awesome product that can print remotely using a bluetooth connection from tablets, smartphones or desktop computers. The Mini Mobile is a teardrop shaped portable printer that was developed by former students of the Jerusalem College of Technology. The device [...]
LIX recently launched the smallest handheld 3D-printing pen at Kickstarter. The pen is powered from a USB by electricity. After about a minute, the pen is hot enough to make vertical 3d illustration. I’d totally buy one.
Design/build firm Luckey created this 53′-4″ climbing gym made out of bendy straws for the Gyeonggi Children’s Museum in South Korea. The structure can be accessed from the ground floor or via the bridge attachment on the second floor. Its base is filled with bent surfaces of different colors of orange, blue, brown, magenta and white. Children would definitely enjoy climbing the discs that slowly start to disappear as they [...]
Check out these clever t-shirt designs by Spanish artist Nacho Diaz that would certainly tickle the creative side of your brains and would probably put big smiles on your lips. [via inspirationhut]
The need for public lighting in the seaside city of Cartagena Colombia inspired the design of Flow – a completely off-the-grid street light that is powered by the coastal breeze. The Flow is made of bamboo which shows that it is not only cost-effective the design is also sustainable. To make the Flow accessible to everyone, designer Alberto Vasquez took great lengths designing as an easily assembled piece. [via design of the world]