'duk1106', an 'eraser pencil' designed by korea-based deuk young lee, replaces the wooden body of conventional pencils with a rubber eraser. produced inexpensively via injection molding, the device is still sharpenable, but eliminates the extra material of wood that normally adds no additional functionality to a pencil. lee states that the pencil is furthermore more comfortable than traditional models: stable enough to be gripped easily but causing less fatigue over extended periods of writing.
Sad cup is sad.
Cup concept by Brock Davis
Karate chopper. Buy here.
Rubik’s Cube chair
Typographic Lounge Furniture by Tabisso
The lounge furniture is a collection of typographic furniture objects that allow you to freely communicate names, acronyms’ or any personalized message by displaying chairs and floor lamps side by side. The set of chairs includes all letters from A to Z and numbers from 0 to 9, and the set of floor lamps covers over 20 punctuation marks.
Rotary Mechanical Smartphone by Richard Clarkson
'New Zealand-based designer/photographer Richard Clarkson has developed a prototype of “Rotary Mechanical,” a hypothetical smartphone design that is as much an art object as an exercise in form’:
"The rotary mechanical smartphone is based on the idea of incorporating more feeling and life into our everyday digital objects. In modern times these objects have come to define us, but who and what defines these objects? Are we happy with generic rectangles of a touchscreen or do we want something with more tangibility, something with more life, something with more aura?"
Milk container in the shape of the word ‘Milk’
Tap Is Terrific glass water bottle
The key to protection
Design Critique Stamps