Berlin and Los Angeles-based design firm Affect Studio has decorated this new Japanese restaurant located in the center of Berlin, Germany.
The team composed of Sofia Borges and Bjørn Hoffmann hung 13,454 hand dyed chopsticks, which have been drilled, threaded and attached to a suspended ceiling over the main seating area.
Designer Anurag Nema and his team at nemaworkshop created the design of the new Manhattan coffeeshop D’Espresso.
The team of designers flipped the library on its side to create the decoration of the walls. It’s a bit disorientating, but that is the idea. The designers took their inspiration from the famous space-station stewardess scene from 2001.
Tokyo based young artist Yasuhiro Suzuki created these yummy chocolate temples called “Ginkaku-ji Chocolate” or the “Temple of the Silver Pavilion”.
They come in a silver wrapping and with a sweet filling.
Kudu Magnet has totally given a second thought while designing refrigerator magnets.
Colorful designs and entire scenes are painted on amazing magnetic panels. You can also propose your own design.
In Manila, Philippines, the “Guactruck” is an original initiative of Filipino-Mexican mobile eatery full of sustainable initiatives.
We believe we are responsible for everything that comes out of our truck, may it be waste, food or packaging. Our vision is to inspire positive social change by instilling conscious and conscientious consumerism through intelligently designed goods and systems. And our mission is to provide fresh, healthful, and quality food through responsible and sustainable practices while highlighting innovative thinking and good design in the Philippines.
San Francisco based company Soft Cities sells blankets and napkins featuring maps.
The customer can choose the location, special markers like “I was there”. They are then printed on soft fleece for blankets or on 100% Kona cotton for the napkins.
Cleaning a kitchen whisk can be painful. So Red Dot Award winner Kwon Hansol designed Divisible Whisk to solve this issue.
Divisible Whisk has a handle made of two separate halves, closing up with magnets.
German product design student Arvid Häusser came up with this concept for a porcelain espresso machine.
Porcelain presents qualities like high thermal storage, neutrality in taste and an antiseptic surface, that make it the ideal material ideal to contain food.
From under the shell, this cute tortoise shows to be somewhat gluttonous. Unusual pictures recorded in an fortunate time-lapsed video, so watching isn’t as slow as the pace of the peaceful animal. Nice glimpse from graphic artist Matthew Hoyos.
American artist Alan Sailer shots of food or other object at high speeds are stunning. A PVC or copper cannon launches pellets and marbles at his subjects creating the explosions. Working in his garage, he uses a homebuilt air-gap flash and guided spark flash instead of special cameras. All his work is based on 1974 article from Scientific American and information found online.
Quirky is working on a brilliant small object: the Stem. Spray citrus fruits without knife or squeeze, with only one finger. The Stem will sneak in your kitchen and give all your dishes an easy fresh taste.
It is a bit unusual, but it is sometimes like that! Because good products are not always easy to find, and because good things are sometimes easier to make yourself… if we know how!
French designer Elsa Lambinet defines a new way of degustation chocolate: mix fillings and toppings and create your very own taste around chocolate. A modular design, where each white, milk or dark chocolate shell has a slot in the front for wafers, nougat, biscuit or caramel, and a depression in the top to hold nuts, fruit or liquid.
Here is one for fruits lovers. If you are looking to add some natural taste to your cooking, have a look at the ‘Peelpride’ from Dutch designer Rianne Koens.
Blue D1653 is a beautiful expression of the interaction between the present day and history. The unique collection reveals its real soul throughout the cooperation between the traditional Dutch porcelain company Royal Delft and designers such as Arian Brekveld, Damian O’Sullivan and Chris Koen.
The designer Manuel Desrochers from Aquaovo will now let you enjoy your favorite hot and cold beverages in style, while protecting the environment and your health. Therm-O and Therm-O Terra are two beautiful modern thermal bottles named are made of glass. Companies can even get their own print on them.
A recent article reveals that the wonder fruit helps fight heart disease, relieves stress and improves sex life. According to a £2million study, a daily pomegranate juice can even slow the ageing process of DNA.