I used to travel all over the place with everything in my car… now comes this nifty box, which carries pretty much all the essentials needed for a room in a handy 90 x 120 cm box which takes about 7 minutes to disassemble. Reminds me of the RTA(Ready To Assemble) studio at RISD…
Watch a video of the box being taken apart after the jump, or here.
What a cool idea! Flipping day into night! Making your ugly view into a cool view! Pick from optional views of Helsinki, Tokyo, Paris, or Stockholm. Custom made out of vinyl… Anyways, would be an easy DIY project to bring any view to someone else’s view.
Neato…Yahoo has an animated Newsglobe for your lobby waiting entertainment. Reminds me a bunch of the Wii News globe which rocks, but then again, it’s the Wii. It would be nice if Google Earth had a dynamic plugin like this as a filter option. Otherwise, I guess I might use it as a screen saver for the time being.
Neatorama’s got a great historical collection of tech company logos transforming, evolving, and even name changing over the years. It’s amazing to think about how some giant companies started, and how they adapted to nice design! Makes me wonder when it’s time to make a name change over a logo transformation…(there are many brands that I think suffer based on their crappy names)
Jeff Deboer creates these freaking awesome Cat and Mouse Armor suits! I’d love to see Tom&Jerry duke away in these fierce creations, but for now I think this is the closest I’ll get a cat to resemble a Thundercat (hoooo!)
Watch this incredible documentary about the unexplained phenomenon and mystery of cold, the creation of thermometers, ice farming, artificial ice, the creation of the AC, finding absolute zero, and many other fascinating facts about everything cold. It’s amazing to hear how inventions are started! I can’t imagine living without cold anymore..did you know cold was considered evil before.
I’m not a fast food fanatic, but the Col-Pop is one damn great idea. It’s a soda cup with a bowl lid to keep your soda and nuggets in one convenient design. You still have to use your other hand to grab the nuggets, but maybe a tilt into the mouth works. It’s “convenience design” at it’s best 😉