24 Sentence maker, 24 daily thoughts Wall clock in aluminium, white with decoration. This wall clock has been designed by Martí Guixé. His collection is based on new typologies revolving around the concept that objects have become tools for perceiving reality of every day, and also for communicating not only with objects, like this home accessory, but also with other people through the objects. Write what you like on the face from things to remember to love notes.
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Monocle allows you to listen to your music on the go, but also intercept calls and interact with your phone, all handsfree. I love the idea of wearing something that’s interesting and unique rather than some hideous ear piece or boring earbuds. This makes listening to music or talking on the phone a little more fun.
Constructed with a reinforced retro-style cable, this cute speaker is available in six fun colors: Coral Red, Mint Green, Marine Blue, Slate Grey, Black Copper or Black Diamond. When you want a great sound and at the same time to look good making your tech part of your own style this is the badboy.
Designed by Korean studio cloudandco for 11+, the sound1 speaker pairs with bluetooth enabled portable devices and computers to provide crisp audio for up to 20 hours. Magnets are embedded in the cylindrical speakers, which enable the two separate components to be combined as one, allowing them to be conveniently relocated or stored neatly in the included leather pouch. When not in use, the cables are inconspicuously stored within an empty space at the bottom of the devices. The bottom corner of each speaker is cut at an angle, which allows the speakers to tilt and project sound at an ideal trajectory. Conceived with ambient LED lighting, the sound1 delivers both a visually pleasing and enjoyable auditory experience.
The bottom edge of each speaker is cut at an angle, which allows the speakers to project sound at an ideal trajectory. Magnets are embedded in the speakers, which enable the two separate components to be combined as one. The sound1 delivers both a visually pleasing and enjoyable auditory experience by combining LEDs
Adidas Originals faithfully reproduce popular styles from the German sportswear giant’s vast back-catalogue. Combining premium materials with adidas’s trademark tri-stripe and trefoil branding, the Originals range represents the brand’s iconic sportswear legacy, re-imagined in contemporary, casual style for the modern day.
Produced in collaboration with Japanese design icon Yohji Yamamoto, adidas Originals present their Super Position Sneakers in two starkly contrasting colourways.
The latest watch from adidas Originals comes in the form of the brand new Newburgh design part of the limited edition timepieces range. Measuring 50 mm and sporting a sleek matte black titanium case, the watch features super luminescent markers and indexes on both the dial and top rotating ring while a caoutchouc strap and screw-down pushers cap off the look. Limited to just 500 individually-numbered pieces, the blacked-out Newburgh will be available beginning this Saturday, April 6 for $595 USD at select adidas Originals doors worldwide.
Umbrellas on the market today are theoretically made of recyclable materials such as metal, plastic and wood.
however, they can’t be recycled as they are.
They’d need to be disassembled to be properly disposed of, which means that most of them just end up going to landfill.
A big waste of resources. polyester canopy, as an example, takes up to 1’000 years to biodegrade…
Developed in Italy over the last three years by federico venturi, gianluca savalli and marco righi, the ‘ginkgo’ is an innovative compact umbrella, redesigned from scratch and made entirely out of one recyclable material – polypropylene.
Conceived to be stiff and flexible, the piece is able to absorb random impacts and wind force without breaking or bending.
Using injection molding process, the numberof ‘ginkgo’ components are considerably reduced compared to the traditional umbrella.
The design is made up of just 20 pieces instead of 120 pieces – eliminating the traditional assembling procedure of screws or pivots, as all the couplings are obtained by long lasting and reliable snap-fit joints.
When ginkgo finally reaches the end of its useful life you can just toss it in the recycle bin.
no need to disassemble the components.
For more information on the ‘ginkgo’ umbrella, see the indiegogo campaign site, where the project will seek funding for production.
South Korean manufacturer samsung has announced the release of the NX300 – their latest series of their 3D capable mirror-less wi-fi cameras. boasting a 20.3 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, the device is capable of capturing images. At a range of ISO 100 to 25600. The new camera also supports the ability to shoot continuous burst photos at up to 8.6 FPS with additional full HD video recording capabilities. its 3.31 inch AMOLED touchscreen goes hand in hand with its built-in wi-fi, making it easier to share pictures to friends, family or the web.
Samsung has also introduced the world’s first 2D/3D 45mm F1.8 lens system, which can be used conventionally in two dimension, or to capture photo stills and full 1080p video in three-dimension.
Japanese company Muji has recently unveiled MJBTS-1, a new wall-mounted Bluetooth speaker. This good-looking piece is a redesign of the classic CD-player by Naoto Fukusawa. While adhering to the same minimalist aesthetic as the original, the new product is much more timely, as far as technology is concerned. It can be controlled by any Bluetooth-enabled device, like smartphone or a tablet, as well as a traditional remote. A built-in FM radio is another technological perk of the piece.
Designers purposely kept the shape of the MJBTS-1 similar to its predecessor, which took its inspiration from a humble kitchen fan. Perhaps not as metaphoric as the original design with its rotating CD, the unit still hints on that same idea. And just like Fukusawa’s classic it can be turned on and off by pulling the cord.
From Korean company JD Sound comes the latest in portable DJing. Their flagship PDJ is a standalone unit featuring 2 touchscreens and a central mini mixing board. The unit ships with 4GB of internal flash memory and accepts SD cards with a maximum of 32GB.
Neither a power supply nor computer is needed to run the PDJ as the device can run for 12 hours straight with just a single charge which we love. Like other DJing units, the PDJ can play 2 tracks simultaneously and allows for the uploading of wave forms among other features. The device is easy on the eyes as well, having taken home the IF Design Award for 2013.
We have tested a few DJ devices here, but this is one of the coolest get it HERE