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    Auto Aerobics, a series of stretched and interlinked classic cars by UK-based illustrator Chris Labrooy, will stretch your mind.

    (Source: bit.ly)

    — 9 months ago with 11 notes
    #design  #Illustration  #3d  #Red Peak  #product design  #Cars  #vintage 
    The InaTrap is a wonder of design innovation. Much more elegant than the typical bug zapper, and smarter too! The trap emits CO2 to imitate a human breathing, luring unsuspecting bug victims into its lair.

    The InaTrap is a wonder of design innovation. Much more elegant than the typical bug zapper, and smarter too! The trap emits CO2 to imitate a human breathing, luring unsuspecting bug victims into its lair.

    — 2 years ago with 2 notes
    #product design  #bug trap  #innovation  #InaTrap  #Acase  #science 

    Perfect for reading your fave sci-fi novel next to, this lamp uses electromagnets that enables the top half to levitate inches over the bottom half. http://bit.ly/vxm07R

    — 2 years ago
    #interiors  #futuridtic  #product design  #light light  #Eclipse floating lamp 

    The holy brand grail of the ‘emotional connection’ to a product can often be tenuous but this new product achieves it with music. What is it?… a microwave. http://bit.ly/vu9jV4

    — 2 years ago with 19 notes
    #BGH  #advertising  #microwave  #product design  #saatchi  #technology  #QUICK CHEF 
    Here are the six pillars of Steve Jobs’s design philosophy which permeated through every product Apple created. http://bit.ly/sawGIm

    Here are the six pillars of Steve Jobs’s design philosophy which permeated through every product Apple created. http://bit.ly/sawGIm

    — 2 years ago with 5 notes
    #steve jobs  #apple  #design  #design philosophy  #product design  #mac 
    Beautiful and functional! The ‘Tasume’ cover for the Nook uses geometry and magnetism for a hands free solution.  http://bit.ly/somx6e

    Beautiful and functional! The ‘Tasume’ cover for the Nook uses geometry and magnetism for a hands free solution.  http://bit.ly/somx6e

    — 2 years ago with 2 notes
    #tasume  #nook  #tablet  #Vim & Vigor  #hands free  #Barnes & Noble  #product design 
    I want! The beauty of function demonstrated by Yoori Koo's 'Elasty’ phone case.http://bit.ly/rdItL1 

    I want! The beauty of function demonstrated by Yoori Koo's 'Elasty’ phone case.
    http://bit.ly/rdItL1 

    (Source: blog.museumofusefulthings.com)

    — 2 years ago with 202 notes
    #iphone  #product design  #simplicity  #function  #Yoori Koo 

    The future is now! If you’re old enough to remember Huey Lewis and the News then you’re going go mental over this.

    (Source: fastcodesign.com)

    — 2 years ago
    #back to the future  #nike  #product design  #movies  #product placement  #michael J Fox