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The Economist - Light Bulb
This billboard by the Economist uses a motion sensor to detect people walking beneath it, and the light bulb illuminates at just the right moment.
Agency: Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO, London
Creative Directors: Paul Belford/Nigel Roberts
Copywriter: Nigel RobertsArt
Gravity Sketch Tablet Lets You Draw In Mid-Air
We’re stuck in an awkward spot. We can manufacture nearly any 3-D product we’d like. But these objects are trapped behind the 2-D computer screen we design them in.
One solution is to 3-D print a plastic mock up. A more efficient solution is a new working concept called Gravity Sketch. It’s essentially a 3-D notebook. You put on a pair of video glasses, grab the stylus, and hold a tablet in your hand. Then you draw your creation in 3-D space using augmented reality—the glasses, pen, and tablet work in concert to create a digital illusion that your drawing is floating right there in front of you. But you’re literally drawing on a 2-D surface.
LIX: The World’s Smallest 3D Printing Pen Lets You Draw in the Air
Coburns Minimalist iPad Stand by Levi Price, Eric Rea, and Brian Rea of Fine Grain
Fully funded on Kickstarter
Our objective behind the COBURNS was simple: design compact, versatile, and beautiful iPad stands. Our focus was to create a minimal, clean look with an organic material that compliments the refined feel of the iPad.
To pay homage to those who have come before us, we name every Fine Grain product after one of our ancestors surnames. For this product, we chose Coburn, which comes from Eric’s family tree.
Wave Book Stand (2014) by Kittipoom Songsiri for KARV
Materials: Para plywood, clear urethane finish
Size: W105 x L238 x H120 mm
Cradle in the shape of a wave that was inspired by paintings from The Great Wave Off Kanagawa by Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai. It has been reduced to only have the look of clean simple lines applied to the active surface. Fits on a desk.
Agma Wooden Trivets by Valentin Bussard
Photographed by Dominique Green
Materials: Ash wood and felt
Created from the scrap wood of the Pragma project, hence its current name AGMA. Waste wood pieces are simply glued onto the felt, available in four colors, red / blue / green / gray and two sizes.
Combinable and stackable to meet all your sizes of dishes and take up less space in storage.
Distortion Bag by Bao Bao Issey Miyake
Bao Bao Issey Miyake and N&R Foldings both attempt to create new experiences with bags. The two have come together to evolve the futuristic, origami-inspired bag ‘Distortion’. The bag is constructed using the new method of sequence pieces transformed into a three-dimensional structure. N&R Foldings is a London/Tokyo based Design studio founded by Rodrigo Solorzano and Naoki Kawamoto. With a particular interest in digital generation and digital fabrication N&R’ s work draws inspiration from Origami and its functional capabilities. This has led them to the creation of different articulated surfaces that offer solutions to a big variety of products.