This cute little doodad, which was designed to decorate any round electrical socket and turn it into a little grey elephant, is the work of Idan Noyberg and Gal Bulka, who submitted it as a DIY submission to Designboom. It works by fitting in between the plug and the socket, and makes the plug’s wire look like an elephant’s trunk, especially if it is directed downwards from the plug.
Designers Gökhan Yücel and Fikr’et create a few bookmarks that complement the essence of the stories they were customized to: a whale tale for H. Melville’s “Moby Dick” and a video camera for G. Orwell’s “1984”, for instance.
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Have you ever taken a step back and wondered where the products that you use every day come from or how they’re made? This list of awesome gifs will show you how some of the things we use or even eat every day come to be.
At 7,000 feet no less. I live in one of the coldest buildings on the western slope of Colorado. This stone wall was partially disassembled because it was falling down so thought it better to take it down controlled. The original shed roof was metal and also converted to Palram plastic. Green houses have never been so affordable.
Converting a shed roof to a solar room is now affordable and can have application for a sustainable world ………. since fossil fuels are no longer what they were quacked up to be.
We made the Perspective series from straight lines, so each demonstrates a different approach to the dimension of time. Help us to fund production on Kickstarter
Usually it takes a long way for a sketch to be turned into an actual product. Japanese designer Daigo Fukawa just might change all that, however, with his series of furniture called “Rough Sketch Products” that look like they’ve just been transferred directly from his sketchbook to reality. The project was submitted as Fukuhawa’s senior thesis exhibition at Tokyo University of the Arts.