State-shaped cast iron pans once a limited edition art piece, soon to become a national product line… launching with New York! Under the creation by FeLion Studios, a design/build sculpture studio in Madison Wisconsin, specializing in iron casting and fine wood working techniques to achieve unique and custom pieces of art for homes and commercial spaces.
If you love the look of plants on your desk, but have a nasty habit of killing them through neglect, consider this faux greenery as an alternative. What look like tall blades of grass are actually unfortunately-named Pooleaf pens with long wisps of silicone coming off the end.
Project of the Ukrainian designer Andrey Privalov, Lightball is a minimalist light : a ball embedded in a Basketball, whose structure contains the electric cords. A fine, intelligent and very aesthetic composition to be discovered in images in the rest of the article.
Computer mice come in a ton of different options, but we’re not quite sure we’ve ever seen one that actually floats until now. Aside from levitating, the Bat was constructed with more ergonomic design to help alleviate the tension we are constantly putting on our hands and fingers as we sit in front of our computers all day and night.
Designed by Google Creative Lead Ryan Vanderbilt, the table easily transitions from a work table into a ping pong table in only 30 seconds without ever having to run to the closet or storage room to grab the paddles and balls.
Inspired by a hammock and conceived out of carbon fiber, this one of a kind piece can be transformed and modeled into complex curves,transforming the room into an oasis of peace.
Who wouldn’t like to break free from the craziness of the daily routine we surround ourselves with everyday?! Splinter Works has given us the perfect reason for taking a break from time to time.
Conceived by Jason Phillips Design the Corocotta Table resembles an origami piece.It is composed out of
wood cube cuts that are being held together by a steel armature hidden from your eyes, making it seem like a defying gravity form.The shape is covered by a glass top so you can use it as a coffee table.
Matthias Pliessnig is a Philadelphia designer who sought inspiration in the old technique of steam bending once used for building bows and boats. By using heated vapors the designer shapes wood into organic, unique ways,creating in the end beautiful, intriguing structures that can better express the nature of wood.His pieces are curvaceous benches that express a certain fluidity contrary to their purpose of sitting.
Slovakian designer Tomáš Libertíny contacted Dezeen after seeing a campaign created by New York creative agency Sid Lee for Dewar’sHighlander Honey whisky, which features 80,000 bees forming a honeycomb sculpture of a whisky bottle and a bust of Dewar’s “drinking man” symbol.
Note Design Studio of Stockholm has created a set of wire candle holders that look different depending on where you stand.The candleholders by Note Design Studio for Danish brand Menu are called POV in reference to the filming technique of framing a shot as though through the eyes of one of the characters.