I couldn’t resist, so I ordered one, just looks great.
I’ve wanted a slick, minimal smartwatch that connects to my iPhone for years. There have been plenty of attempts at this, especially recently, but the Pebble project on Kickstarter is the first one that I would actually love to see on my wrist. The Pebble is a slim, attractive watch with an e-paper display. It has a vibrator, a three-axis accelerometer and Bluetooth 2.1 EDR for connecting to your phone. The e-paper display is easily visible in daylight, just like a Kindle’s screen. The battery has a life of 7 days, the lens is scratch resistant and it’s charged via USB. (via Pebble: A Slick E-Paper Smartwatch for iPhone or Android)
Balloon lamps, what a great idea .
Cellphone that charges on carbonated drinks/sugar water by Daizi Zheng
“The Neverending commute” and “If you can make it here…” by Jamie Beck & Kevin Burg
Created by Japanese industrial designer Naoto Fukasawa, the juice box’s packaging is supposed to be more appealing to the eye by imitating the actual fruit they contain.
Mid-century modern design legends (left to right) George Nelson, Edward Wormley, Eero Saarinen, Harry Bertoia, Charles Eames and Jens Risom, posing with their iconic furniture for Playboy Magazine, july 1961.