Browsing Tag

creative products


25 Crafty DIY Ways To Recycle Your Old CDs

CD-Rom’s are now slowly becoming more obsolete, our shelves are now packed full of unused CD’s filled with our favourite music, movies which can now all be streamed online. If your place is filled with broken and scratched old CD’s, we’ve got a fantastic collection of 25 Crafty DIY Ways To Recycle Your Old CDs!

In this brilliant list you’ll be some one of a kind ways you can recycle your old CDs. You can create some beautiful DIY crafts like Christmas Ornaments, Amzing Animal Sculptures, Mosaic picture frames and add some extra style to your clothing, bag or jewelry! When the CDs are shattered, they make some beautiful reflective pieces which look simply breathtaking when turned into home decorations, artwork and accessories.

If you enjoyed these 25 Crafty DIY Ways To Recycle Your Old CDs, you might also like 24 Free and Creative Ways To Decorate Yur Home or 100+ Fun and Creative DIY Wall Art Ideas or even 40 Awesome Ways to Reuse Old Stuff!


Mosaic Address Plaque


DIY Candle Holder with CD and Marbles


DIY VD Necklace


Christmas Ornaments



Image credits:

Mosaic Tile Birdbath





Image credits:

Animal Sculptures Made Of Shattered Cds



Image credits: Sean Avery

Guitar Mosaic


Image credits:

Mirror Frame


Image credits:




Image credits: Elise Morin & Clémence Eliard

Mosaic Flower Pot


Image credits:

Jewelry Box


Image credits: Elena Nikitina

Mosaic Table



Image credits:

Kleenex Box Decor


Image credits: Emryssa Innes

Original Coasters



Image credits:




Image credits:

Mosaic Table


Image credits:

Groovy Shoes


Image credits: Mint Hasumy

Door Decorations


Image credits: Marina Baskin

Wall Clock


Image credits:



Image credits:

Shiny Shirt Collar



Image credits:

Holiday Clutch



Image credits:

Wall Art


Image credits: Eduarda Monymony

Photo Frame


Image credits: Ra Zel

Galaxy Cap


Image credits: Yosheep Warhol

via: viralnova | Boredpanda

Product Design

58 Fun and Creative Tea Infusers

If you’re a tea lover, why not find new and fun ways to enjoy your tea. Tea Infusers can be a great way to bring some creativity and fun into infusing your tea. In this collection we’ll be showcasing 58 Fun and Creative Tea Infusers!

A tea infuser is a device in which loose, dried tea leaves are placed for steeping or brewing, in a mug or a teapot full of hot water; it is often called a teaball or tea maker, and sometimes a tea egg. The tea infuser gained popularity in the first half of the 19th century. By the time of Queen Victoria, no respectable British household would be without one.

Tea infusers enable one to easily steep tea from fannings and broken leaf teas. Some infusers are removed along with the tea leaves from the pot, while so called shut-off infusers are left in the pot after the brewing process is complete.


58 Fun and Creative Tea Infusers



58 Fun and Creative Tea Infusers 58 Fun and Creative Tea Infusers



58 Fun and Creative Tea Infusers












































































































Solar-Powered Glowing Bicycle Path In Netherlands Inspired By Van Gogh’s Starry Night

Daan Roosegaarde is a Dutch designer who has made a creative and innovative bike path which glows. At night the bike path illuminates by glowing pebbles and LED lights. The lights were created to look like Van Gogh’s famous Starry Night painting. In today’s article we’ll be looking at 16 images of Solar-Powered Glowing Bicycle Path In Netherlands Inspired By Van Gogh’s Starry Night.

The bike path is a kilometer long and was built using glow in the dark technology and solar powered LED lights. The path is located in Brabant, which was the birthplace of Van Gogh. The beautiful Van Gogh inspired lights form swirls and glowing forms found on the surface of the path will help bike riders stay on track at night time.

More info: | Facebook | (h/t: colossal,dezeen)


Product Design

22 More Smart and Creative Table Designs

Recently we looked at 25 Creative Examples of Table Designs, in today’s article we’ll be looking at some more creative examples of table designs. This collection of 22 more creative tables features some unique and interesting table ideas like the invisible glass table, and a modern triangular glass table (which is our favourite!).

Most table designs today usually are built for practical purposes and hold little creativity. Maybe we can change that and start designing more clever and creative table designs, if you’re looking for some unusual table designs to spice up your office or living areas, we’ve gathered 25 Creative Examples of Table Designs.

These 25 Creative Examples of Table Designs have been built and designed by fantastic industrial designers looking to create something new.

Triangular Glass Table

22 More Smart and Creative Table Designs

Found on

Wooden Fold Out Table

22 More Smart and Creative Table Designs

Found on

Invisible Glass Table

22 More Smart and Creative Table Designs

Found on

Bike Chain Table

22 More Smart and Creative Table Designs

Found on

Wood Log Table

Designed by John Houshmand

Glass River Tables

Designed by Greg Klassen

Amethyst Table

Designed by Crystal Works

Citrine Tables

Designed by Empressive Geo Designs

Designed by Touchstone Galleries

Sparkling Table

Designed by John Foster

Branch And Tree End Tables

Designed by Bleu Nature

Abyss Table

Designed by Duffy London

Recycled Jet Engine Table

Designed by MotoArt

Swing Set Table

Designed by Duffy London

Bubbling Table

Designed by Liana Yaroslavsky

Picnyc Table

Designed by Haiko Cosnelissen

Wood And Aluminum Tables

Designed by Hilla Shamia

Petrified Wood Accent Table

Image credits: Touchstone Galleries

Leaf Table

Source: reddit

Dripping Chocolate Table

Designed by Matthew Robinson

Moon Table

Designed by Liana Yaroslavsky

Ghost Table

Designed by Essey

Lake Table

Designed by David Gill

Product Design

24 Cool and Creative Key Holders

Key holders are an essential feature in your home if you tend to lose your keys. Many of us have lost our keys a number of times, if only we had a place to put them once we got home, this is where Key Holders come in.

You may think that Key Holders is a boring topic, but when clever minds put their mind to it, they come up with some cool and creative key holders. Some of these Key Holder Designs are quirky and fun like the Lego Key holders, Geeky USB Key Holders and more! Which one if your favourite?

Cool and Creative Key Holders

Old Key Holder Plates


Image credits:

Lego Key Holder


Image credits:

Seat Belt Key Holder


Image credits:

VW Camper Key Holder


Image credits: etsy

Geeky USB Cable Key Holder

Image credits:

Home For Your Keys

Image credits:

Sparrow Key Holder

Available at

The Magnetic Man Key Holder

Available at

UnPlug Key Ring

Available at Infmetry

Antler Light Switch Key Holder

Available at

8-Bit Key Holder And Hanger

Designed by Meninos Studios

DIY Felt Home Key Holder

Image credits:

Buckle Up Key Holder

Available at

Octopus Key Hook

Available at

Mini Garage Key Holder

Available at

‘Honey I’m Home’ Key Holder

Designed by Luz Cabrera and Malorie Pangilinan

Magnetic Cloud Key Holder

Available at

His And Hers Key Holder

Available at

DIY Lego Key Holder

Image credits: Felix Grauer

Magnet Key Holder

Available at

Key Hangers Climber And Engineer


Geometric Key Holder

Available at

Bird House Key Holders

Available at Tall Trees Design

Product Design

31 Clever and Creative Bed Covers

When we go to bed we rarely pay attention to the Bed Covers. If you want to get serious about bed sheets and want to have some fun, this collection of 31 Clever and Creative Bed Covers will showcase how bed covers don’t have to be boring!

Scroll down and take a look and some crazy and creative bed covers! Which one would you like in your bedroom?

Did you know?

  1. In most societies people sleep during the night, but in very hot climates they may sleep during the day. During Ramadan, many Muslims sleep during the day rather than at night and people working nights try to sleep in the daytime.
  2. Around 3400 BC Egyptian pharaohs had their beds moved off the ground and slept on a raised surface. Roman Empire mattresses were stuffed with wool, feather, reeds or hay. The beds were decorated with paint, bronze, silver, jewels and gold. During the Renaissance, mattresses were stuffed with straw and feathers and then covered with silks, velvets or satin material. The arrival of the 18th century brought bed frames made from cast iron, and mattresses that were made of cotton. The 19th century saw the invention of the bed spring, also called the box spring. The 20th century brought the inner spring mattress, futon, water bed (starting in the 1960s), air mattresses, foam rubber mattresses and pillows.

Earth Bed Cover

31 Clever and Creative Bed Covers

via etsy

Sheets With Complementary Thrown in Clothes



Doodle Duvet Cover

31 Clever and Creative Bed Covers

Image credits:


Image credits:

Sleeping Dog Duvet

Image credits:

His Side, Her Side



Image credits:

Reading Bed Cover



Availabe at

Ship Duvet Cover

Designed by Thomas Paul

Royal Duvet

Image credits:

Vintage Recording Equipment


Sleepy Rainbow

Image credits:unknown

Police Line – Do Not Cross



Available at


Available at


Image credits:

Minnie & Mickey Mouse

Image credits: unknown

Galaxy Bedding Set

Image credits:

Skeleton Duvet

Image credits:unknown

iPod Bed Cover


Grumpy Cat Duvet

Image credits:

Sleep Well Type


Ché Men’s Magazine Duvet

Image credits:

Zombie Apocalypse

Image credits:

Cardboard Box Duvet & Pavement Sheet

Image credits:

Her & His Side

Image credits:


Available at

Product Design

31 Fun and Creative Ring Designs

Rings are usually seen as circular band around someone’s finger, they’re usually a standard design with some containing stones and gems. But what happens when you go out of the boundaries and want to create a weird and creative ring which is different from the rest? In today’s post we’ll be looking at 31 Fun and Creative Ring Designs.

Strictly speaking a normal ring is a finger ring (which may be hyphenated); other types of rings worn as ornaments are earrings, bracelets for the wrist, armlets or arm rings, toe rings and torcs or neck rings, but except perhaps for toe rings, the plain term “ring” is not normally used to refer to these.

Rings are traditionally usually in metal but can be of almost any material: metal, plastic, stone, wood, bone, glass, or gemstone to name a few. They may be set with a gem or stone of some sort, which is often a precious or semi-precious gemstone such as diamond, ruby, sapphire or emerald, but can also be of almost any material. The custom of giving and receiving finger rings dates back over approximately 6,000 years. Tracing the exact history of this practise is difficult.

Checkout these 31 Fun and Creative Ring Designs below, which one would you love to have?


Clear resin ring with Carborundum

31 Fun and Creative Ring Designs


Designer: Sisicata

Cindy Face, Ceramic Ring

31 Weird and Creative Ring Designs


Secret Compartment Ring




Filio Ring



Lock and Key Steampunk


Via Etsy

Viking Ring


Via Etsy

Moss Ring

31 Weird and Creative Ring Designs

Via Etsy

Penguin Ring



R2D2 Ring

31 Fun and Creative Ring Designs


Peace Ring

Designer: unknown

Creative Rings by Smiling Silver Smith

“Silver rings to make you smile.” (Designer: Smiling Silver Smith)

Brass Lighter Ring

“The Lighter Ring in Brass.” (Designer: Monserat de Lucca)

Ring Thing Bottle Opener

“This stylish finger ring doubles as a handy bottle opener. Made from stainless steel, the Ring Thing is comfortable to wear, guaranteed for life, and easy to use.” (Designer: StuffJunction | buy)

Bitty Bear Face Ring

“A cute little bear to wear on your finger. This ring is a silver color and made with metal alloy.” (Designer: Perfectly Whimsical)

Venus Fly Trap Ring

“Ring design inspired by Venus flytrap.” Designer: Monserat de Lucca)

Bunny Love Ring

“A bunny that wraps around your finger to form a ring! Approximately a size 7 but can be slightly adjusted up to two sizes bigger!” (Designer: Creative Accidents)

Birch Tree Ring

“Cast sterling silver branch, hollowformed sterling silver “hill,” model railroad landscape materials.” (Designer: Sarah Hood Jewelry)

I (Thou) Ring

“This gift is perfect for celebrating your first year anniversary and looking for a paper gift! An intimate gift by having your vows or love letters bound together and custom made into a ring that you can wear.”[3] (Designer: One Origin Jewelry)

Nut and Bolt Wedding-Ring

“Brass, 24k gold plate, white zircon.” (Designer: Kiley Granberg)

Inner Message Rings

“A few years ago a Korean singer wrote a song about the sunburn mark that he found on his finger after he broke up with his girlfriend and removed a ring he had been wearing for a long time. This is the story that inspired Jungyun Yoon to make ‘Inner message’, a ring with hidden letters on the inside.” (Designer: Jungyun Yoon)

Bird Nest Ring

“This hand made oxidized sterling silver bird’s nest ring is made with several feet of wire that has been crimped and cajoled into a bird’s nest which holds three glowing little freshwater pearls.” (Designer: Cindy Roth)

Unique Jewelry for DJs

“Inspired by urban lifestyle and hip-hop culture, Darkloud Silver has created a unique line of DJ jewelry.” (Designer: Darkloud Silver)

Space Invaders Ring

“These little buggers are trying to hide behind pixels!” (Designer: Tjep)

Architectural Rings

“Jeweler connects the world of stones and precious metals with the history of art, science and architecture.” (Designer: Philippe Tournaire)


45 Creative Ideas That Will Make Your Dream Home

Many of us have ideas of what our dream home would look like, most of us would love a pool in the backyard and have modern stylish rooms. There are many ways we can improve our homes to make to improve them. In today’s post we’ve found 45 Creative Ideas That Will Make Your Dream Home, some of these are DIY and affordable while others are more expensive to bring to life.

These home improvements are both stunning are quite creative, featuring indoor pools, see through bathroom floor, Swing Chair Dining Tables, Bedroom Ideas, indoor slide and some DIY home ideas, these ideas that will improve your home are very unique! You may even find something that you can create yourself.

Most of these ideas are out of reach for many of us, but hey we can still dream right!?


Secret Room

45 Creative Ideas That Will Make Your Dream Home

Image credit:

Chalkboard in Dining Room

45 Creative Ideas That Will Make Your Dream Home

Image credit: French Country Cottage

Food Bowls off Floor

45 Creative Ideas That Will Make Your Dream Home

Image credit:

Double Bath

45 Creative Ideas That Will Make Your Dream Home

Image Credit: Pinningjoy

Recycled Spring Kitchen Stools


Image Credit: Apartment Therapy

Vintage Door Headboards


Image Credit: CactusCreekDaily

Indoor River in House


Image Credit: Unknown

Pirate Ship Bedroom For Yourself

amazing-interior-design-ideas-for-home-38-2 amazing-interior-design-ideas-for-home-38-1

Image credit:

See-through Bathtub


Image credits: Stern McCafferty


A Wall That Plays Music When It Rains


Image credits: ingeniumetars


Glass Floor and an Open Shaft Below Your Bathroom


Image credits: Hernandez Silva Arquitectos

Kitchen Table Tennis


Image credits:

Swing Set Table


Image credits:

Balcony Pool


Image credits: James Law

Backyard Office


Image credits:

Indoor Slide

amazing-interior-design-ideas-for-home-30-2 amazing-interior-design-ideas-for-home-30-1

Image credits: David Hotson

Catwalk Around The House


Image credits:


Beach Sand Under Desk

amazing-interior-design-ideas-for-home-28-2 amazing-interior-design-ideas-for-home-28-1


Image credits: Justin Kemp

Aquarium Bed


Image credits:

Fire Pit Table



Image credits:

Table Firepit



Image credits:



Indoor Outdoor Pool



Image credits: unknown

Fusion Dining And Pool Table

amazing-interior-design-ideas-for-home-21-2 amazing-interior-design-ideas-for-home-21-1


Walk-In Pool


Image credits:

Skate-park Room

amazing-interior-design-ideas-for-home-17-2 amazing-interior-design-ideas-for-home-17-1

Image credits: Pierre Andre Senizergues

Color Swatch Door




Image credits:

Hammock Over the Stairs

amazing-interior-design-ideas-for-home-15-2 amazing-interior-design-ideas-for-home-15

Image credits:

Treehouse Room For Kids


Image credits:


Backyard Cinema


Image credits:

Back Yard Beach-Themed Fire Pit


Image credits: unknown

Spiral Wine Storage

amazing-interior-design-ideas-for-home-11-2 amazing-interior-design-ideas-for-home-11-1

Image credits:

Vertical Herb Garden in Your Kitchen



Image credits: unknown

Understairs Storage


Image credits: Deriba Furniture


Bookcase Staircase

amazing-interior-design-ideas-for-home-8-2 amazing-interior-design-ideas-for-home-8-1

Image credits: Levitate Architects


Spiral Staircase Slide


Image credits: Unknown

Hammock Bed


Image credits: Le Beanock


Chandelier That Turns Your Room into a Forest


Image credits: Hilden and Diaz

Cat Transit System

amazing-interior-design-ideas-for-home-2-2 amazing-interior-design-ideas-for-home-2-1

Image credit: Because We Can

Ping Pong Door



Product Design

30 Cool and Creative Lamps

These days everyone has a lamp in their home, they’re usually not seen as very creative objects as most lamps have a standard look and style. In this collection we’ve found 30 Cool and Creative Lamps which go beyond the norms and showcase brilliant creativity and innovation.

Cool and creative lamps can be a new style to your room like the upside vintage lamps, balloon shaped lamps or even a lamp which produces a delightful tree shadow around the room.

Some history about Lamps

Fixture manufacturing began soon after production of the incandescent light bulb. When practical uses of fluorescent lighting were realized after 1924, the three leading companies to produce various fixtures were Lightolier, Artcraft Fluorescent Lighting Corporation, and Globe Lighting in the United States.

Now let’s take a look at some cool modern lamps!

Upside Down Lamps

 30 Cool and Creative Lamps


Flowery Lamp

30 Cool and Creative Lamps


Fall Porch Decoration Lamps

30 Cool and Creative Lamps


Pipe Lamp

30 Cool and Creative Lamps


Colorful Balloon Lamps



Rustic Wood & Barn Wall Lamps



Vintage Camera Lamp



Tree Shadow Lamp



Orbicular lamp



Tea Cup Lamp

(Designer: Jan Bernstein)

Pixel Lamps

(Designer: Chan Wan Ki Kay, Chen Siu Wa Shai Chai, and Suen Ka Hei Catherine)

Teddy Bear Lamp

(Designer: Matthew Kinealy)

Wrecking Ball Lamp


Ice Cream Lamps

(Designer: unknown)

Light Blub

(Designer: Pieke Bergmans)

Abyss Table Lamp


Melting Lamps

(Designer: Keita Ogawa)

 Giant Lamp

(Designer: George Carwardine)

Alien Abduction Lamp


Bottle Lamps

(Designer: unknown)

Tea Lamps

(Designer: Louisa Kober)

 One Man Shy™

You can get on from Fred.

Light Dressing

(Designer: Mary Huang)

Dandelion Lamp

(Designer: Qin Xue, Cao iXiaoxiao & Wei Hangshuai)

Garbage Lamp

(Designer: Peter Castellucci)

Noose Hanging Lamp

(Designer: unknown)

Electro Heart Lamp

(Designer: unknown)

Liquid Lamp

(Designer: kyouei design)

Mario Bros Garden Lamps

(Designer: Arthur Xin)

Martyr Lamp


Modulares Lamps

(Designer: unknown)


40 Strange and Weird Inventions

Inventions are usually a good thing, but sometimes people can invent strange and weird inventions. Most of us would love to run our own business and invent something that will benefit everyone. But sometimes thinking of ideas can be harder than you think. In today’s post we’ve found 40 Strange and Weird Inventions based around technology.

An invention is a unique or novel device, method, composition or process. The invention process is a process within an overall engineering and product development process. It may be an improvement upon a machine or product, or a new process for creating an object or a result. An invention that achieves a completely unique function or result may be a radical breakthrough. Such works are novel and not obvious to others skilled in the same field.

Some inventions can be patented. A patent legally protects the intellectual property rights of the inventor and legally recognizes that a claimed invention is actually an invention. The rules and requirements for patenting an invention vary from country to country, and the process of obtaining a patent is often expensive.

40 Strange and Weird Inventions showcasing Technology

Strange and Weird Inventions

Strange and Weird Inventions

Strange and Weird Inventions

Strange and Weird Inventions

Strange and Weird Inventions

weirdest technological inventions 04 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 05 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 06 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 09 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 10 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 11 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 12 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 13 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 14 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 07 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 15 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 16 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 08 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 17 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 18 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 19 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 20 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 21 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 22 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever


weirdest technological inventions 24 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 25 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever


weirdest technological inventions 27 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 28 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 29 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 01 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever


weirdest technological inventions 31 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 32 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 33 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 34 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 35 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 36 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 37 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 38 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 39 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever

weirdest technological inventions 40 in 40 Weirdest Technological Inventions Ever


20 Creative Gift Ideas for Photographers

Choosing a gift for Photographers can be challenging, but if you get creative enough and think outside the square you may be pleasantly surprised with what you can find. Remembering a friend or loved ones hobby is always the best option when finding a gift for someone, it helps them gain more with what they’re passionate about.

Today many of us have a camera either on they’re phone or one for holidays. These creative gift ideas for photographers as fantastic for people who love taking photographs. These gift ideas are just expensive cameras or equipment, they’re fun and quirky! To find out more about any of these gift ideas for photographers you can click on the link below them. Which gift idea is your favourite?


Camera Lens Pendant

20 Creative Gift Ideas for Photographers

CAMERA LENS PENDANT Black Bronze Red Blue Photographer Gift for Her Camera Necklace Graflex Lens Photo Under Glass, Not an Actual Lens. $13.95, via Etsy.

Photoshop Fridge Magnets

20 Creative Gift Ideas for Photographers

20 Creative Gift Ideas for Photographers

Though they won’t allow you to Edit > Undo that over-seasoned soup, or clone stamp a hole in your pie crust they can make you feel a little more at home in your kitchen. (link)

SLR Pinhole Lens

20 Creative Gift Ideas for Photographers

Simply slap this lens on your camera body for a lo-fi pinhole look (link)

Lens Bracelets

Designed exclusively for camera-obsessed photogs, this soft silicone bracelet is a replica of your lens’ focusing ring. (link)

The Level Camera Cube

The Level Camera Cube that slides into your camera’s hot shoe. Simply point at your subject and align the bubbles to set up a straight and narrow frame. (Available here: link)

The Bottle Cap Tripod

Need a tripod in a jiff? Grab the nearest soda or water bottle, stick on the Bottle Cap Tripod, and you’re set! Self-portraits, group photos on self-timer, and steady low-light shots just became a whole lot easier! (Available here: 1, 2)

Photoshop Frame

Designer Irina Blok has created the world’s first analog photoshop frame. Unfortunately it doesn’t seem to be available for sale anymore. Only 50 frames were produced (for $50 a pop!)… and they sold out like hot cakes (link)

Camera Phone Lens



Universal 3 in 1 Camera Lens Kit for Smart phones (including iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, HTC, Motorola and More), Tablets, iPad, and Laptops includes One Fish Eye Lens / One 2 in 1 Macro Lens and Wide Angle Lens / One Universal Clip / One Microfiber Carrying Bag / with Camkix® retail packaging (Black) (link)

Camera Lamp

Transparent House chose a vintage camera and flipped the whole notion behind the camera: instead of taking in light, the camera is now the source. (link)

Cloak Bag

The Cloak™ bag is the world’s first shoot-through camera bag that allows a user with a DSLR or SLR camera to take photos without removing the camera from the safety of the bag. It’s the perfect fit for travelers or any photographer who has missed a shot simply because the camera was left in the bag. (link)

The Super-Secret Spy Lens

Meant to fit the end of your SLR’s zoom lens, this guy has a secret cut-out on the side and a precision mirror assembly inside. In short, you can shoot left, right, up, or down (it swivels 360 degrees), all while appearing to shoot straight ahead. (Available here: link)

Camera USB Drive

Just like a real DSLR, the lens detaches from the camera body. But lo, what is this? The lens is a USB stick, a most unique and stylish device for getting your photos and files from Point A to Point B (and even C and D!). (Available here: 1, 2)

The Camera Lens Mug

Mugs that are so realistic, you might have to use post-its just to remind yourself which is for coffee and which is for taking photos. (Available here: nikon mug, canon mug)

Inflatable Photo Studio

Inflatable portable studio has been officially released, U.S. company recently introduced a portable studio that can be inflated, referred to as IPS.It is reported that this inflatable studio (Inflatable Photo Studio, IPS) takes only three minutes to blow up, very fast and easy to use! Provided a total of two models to choose from, small 3.6 × 2 × 3m, large 6 × 3.6 × 3.6m, priced at 350 dollars and 500 U.S. dollars. (link)

Camera Phone Lenses

Attach to your cell phone and transform your standard flat phone photos into wide and up-close wonders.They work with any camera phone and attaching them is easy breezy! A detachable magnetic ring sticks to your cell, providing a sturdy, shake-free hold between the lens and your phone. (Available here: 1, 2, 3, 4)

Corner Frames

Designed by Yvonne Schroeder from German company Details, corner picture frames give solution for decorating the inside and outside corners of any wall. (link)

Mini Model Camera With 3 Lenses




“This rare and tiny gem is a superbly detailed and a very real-looking 1/6 scale model of your own life-sized DSLR with every button, screen, switch, n’ dial in place. And just when you thought it couldn’t get any more want-worthy, three detachable lenses are included with removable lens hoods, too!” (link)


27 Fresh Bookshelf Design Ideas

Recently we looked at some awesome and innovative bookshelf designs that can turn any room into something special. If you’re looking for some more bookshelf design ideas, we decided to collect 27 fresh bookshelf design ideas, these bookshelves prove that bookshelf ideas don’t have to be boring!

If you love reading books, you probably have come across bookshelves all the time, they’re usually pretty boring and standard interior design feature. Books always make an impression to visitors, why not make more of an impression with some unique and fresh bookshelf design ideas.

Scroll down to see these 27 Fresh Bookshelf Design Ideas, which one would you love to own?


Skull Bookshelf

bookshelf design ideas


Designer: James Hopkins

Hanging Bookshelf

bookshelf design ideas

Designer: Unknown

Bending Bookshelf

bookshelf design ideas

Designer: Unknown

Knitted Bookshelf


Designer: Link

K Workstation

“K Workstation incorporates Bamboo laminated plywood for creating efficient space managing working space. The folding curved shape creates shelving and desk space within one working unit. K Workstation could be manufactured each segments for easy fabrication process and transportation, yet it could be configured with multiple possibilities.” (Designer: MisoSoupDesign)


“The Bookseat is a simple bookcase that playfully curves and becomes a seat. The creative design is a response to the advent of multifunctional spaces in today’s urban living. Noted as one of the “ten must sees” at Toronto International Design Show 2008, and awarded for best Design at Montreal’s International Design Show, SIDIM, 2008.” (Designer: fishbol)

Kulma Bookshelf

“Kulma, corner in Finnish, is a shelf to be hanged either in a positive or a negative corner of a room. The idea is to utilize and highlight both the space within the shelf and the corner surrounding the shelf.” (Designer: Martina Carpelan)


What better describes reading and writing in the most basic way, if not … a bunch of letters? A witty and stylish bookshelf is designed by Pieter de Leeuw.


From a particular angle, this construction looks nothing like a bookshelf, but rather a minimalistic art installation. As the shelves are constructed diagonally, you can see the books from one side only. (Designer: Victor Vasilev)


This original combination of an armchair and a bookshelf allows you to reach for a new book even without getting up. (Designer: Tembolat Gugkaev)

Read Your Bookcase

Nominated as the Selected Design in the Young & Design 2010, this stylish bookshelf will always work as a good reminder to read what you have put in ti. (Designers: Eva Alessandrini & Roberto Saporiti)

Shelf Life Unit or Room Divider

“Shelving unit or room divider in lacquered LDF (low density MDF) with removable chair and side table. Shelflife’s striking angular appearance belies a practical functionality. Angular shelves prevent books from toppling, while the chair and table provide a convenient place to browse the collection.” (Designer: Charles Trevelyan)

Equation Bookshelf

“Equation Bookshelf is a simple idea of to divide things in priority order, put together the books that you need immediately or more important between (parentheses)! Set others between [square brackets] and {braces}.” (Designer: Marcos Breder)

Dream Bookshelf

“Daydreaming is an indulgence most of us never grow out of, but plenty of us don’t set aside much time for. Stay inspired and remind yourself to dream with Dripta Roy’s Dream Bookshelf. Straight out of comic mags and up on your wall, this bubble will hold the tales you treasure the most and showcase the trinkets you cherish.” (Designer: Dripta Roy)

Ousama Bookshelf

“Ousama bookshelf is another design by Dripta Roy to create some fun in the consumer’s life.” (Designer: Dripta Roy)

Wha Cabinet

If only a little light bulb would turn on every time we have a question in our heads… Well, it does, when we have this question mark in our room! (Designer: Tembolat Gugkaev)

The Cat-Library

“100% Cat-Friendly Modular Bookshelf. The modules are not painted, not oiled, which after observation seems to seduce cats more. Paint has a tendency to make “the stairs” slippery for cat paws. The shelf exist with two kinds of cat-baskets, one called hi-top (for bigger cats) and another one called lo-top (for smaller cats) which is the one on the picture here-left.” (Designer: Corentin Dombrecht)

Tectonic Bookcase

A funky bookshelf gives you a fealing of both neatness and chaos at the same time. (Designer: Tembolat Gugkaev)

The Invisible Book Shelf

“This book shelf, which holds up to 15 pounds of books, screws directly into a wall stud and presto – you have an invisible book shelf! The maximum stack height is 16-Inches. All hardware is included so all you need is a screwdriver. The Conceal Book Shelf, which has already won design awards, is innovative, inspirational and imaginative.” (Designer: Miron Lior) (buy)

Industrial Corner Pipe Shelf

“The Corner Industrial Bookshelf is a great conversation piece turning heavy iron piping into a modern urban look that will add a sense of history and character to any space.” (Designer: KKatz)


This unique solution lets you find your favorite book at night without waking up the whole family. (Designer: Tembolat Gugkaev)

Malagana: Equilibrium Bookcase

“With its cantilevered modules stacked upon each other at a single angled point, Equilibrium is a unique furniture piece that immediately catches attention by creating a sense of amusement and surprise. While its compartments seem to float in the air, Equilibrium can hold over 120 Lbs of weight and its different modules allow to keep books and magazines organized in a natural tilted position that eliminates the need for bookends.” (Designer: Alejandro Gomez)

Handmade Stacked Teacup Shelve

A cup of tea and a good read do go together well, which makes it easy to fall in love and crave this stacked teacup bookshelf. (Designer: Scott Blackwell)

Has been Read / Will be Read

“Simple way of organizing your books as “has been read” and “will be read”. When we look at an ordinary book shelves we just see a boring stack of books which all books get lost in each other. Even when we buy a new book and plan to read it later, after a short time it gets forgotten in this book chaos. Aim of “TarGetBooks” design is based on this point.” Designer: Mebrure Oral


If you’re the romantic type and long for summer afternoon readings out in the park, the Booktree shelves will help you recapture the feeling. (Designer: Kostas Syrtariotis)

Bookworm Shelf

“The Kartell Bookworm Shelf designed by Ron Arad combines an artist’s creativity with a great company’s technology. A careful analysis of extrusion technology has allowed the creation of a curvy bookcase which assumes any desired shape, without compromising strength and functionality, a bookcase design of industrial scale that can rightfully be considered the world’s most daring and revolutionary.” (Designer: Ron Arad) (buy)


“The object that shows the meaning and importance of a book through the V–shape, that is often used in checking, is used as the bookshelf where we can hold up the books.” (Designer: Jongho Park)

Product Design

17 Weird and Creative Towels

Towels are used on a daily basis for drying ourselves and kitchen appliances. Many of us don’t think about the towel’s design bring a rectangle shapes piece of material. In today’s post we’ll be taking a look at 17 Weird and Creative Towels, whether it’s the design of the towels of what’s printed on them, these towels jump out of the box with creativity!

You Wash, I’ll Dry

17 Weird and Creative Towels


Our super cute Tea(m) Towels are 100% cotton and made in the USA. Each measures approximately 17 x 24 inches, and is hand printed using jet black water-based ink. They’re a clever, eco-friendly reminder that teamwork never goes out of style. (link)

Reusable Paper Towel Set


Set of 12 large (11″ X 10″) towels with snaps. Suzani patterns on extra plush white terry cloth with white snaps. Set of 12 (6 – Suzani Stripe and 6 – Suzani Floral).  (link)

Doctor Who Embroidered

17 Weird and Creative Towels

This plush cotton towel is embroidered with an embossed design of the iconic police box so loved by a certain time traveling-not-that-kind-of-doctor-doctor. The embroidery is done in black outline with white and blue highlights and detailing with a large D and W in white on the edges unless specifically requested in another shade. (link)

Prime TV: Weekend Murder Scene

Weekend Murders. Feature length UK drama, Saturdays 8:30pm on Prime.Summer is a season of volatile TV ratings. How do we promote our show ‘Weekend Murders’ when everyone’s at the beach? We followed them there…and murdered them! Or rather, we gave out pool-of-blood shaped beach towels so that when people lay on them, they looked murdered.” (Advertising Agency: DraftFCB, Auckland, New Zealand)

 The Sand Towel

17 Weird and Creative Towels

Do-it-yourself insurance created the Sand Towel as an incentive for people who took out travel insurance. Though just an ordinary white towel at first glance, when turned over it has a photo of sans printed on the back to use to cover your valuables when you go swimming. This clever device perfectly camouflages and protects your valuables so you can swim without worry.(Advertising Agency: DDB Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Butt Face Towel

Just like the #1 True Clean Towel, this towel solves the same important problem. No more stressing about drying off your face with the part of the towel that just was drying your bottom. (buy)

Grill Towels

17 Weird and Creative Towels

An ambient marketing activity which took place in Gordon beach, Tel Aviv, in order to increase awareness to sun damage and skin cancer. The activity included 50 towels with a coal grill print on them. The towels where placed from early morning to late noon, during which we received countless reactions from passers-by, unable to ignore the unusual site which appeared in front of them. (Advertising Agency: Gitam BBDO, Israel)

Gillette: Fur Fur Away Towels

Only 12% of women like men with body hair and 71,6 % of men prefer a shaved bikini zone. Gillette wanted to bring the topic of body shaving to the attention of men and women – just before summer as the topic of hair-removal is most relevant during that time. The idea is the world’s first bath towel with holes in areas where you would usually find body hair. Results and Effectiveness: thousands of bath towels were stolen at the start of the summer season. (Advertising Agency: BBDO Proximity, Germany)

True Clean Towel: Top – Bottom

Step out of the shower and have the confidence of knowing that you are drying your freshly cleaned face with a section of the towel which has not been used to dry ‘other’ places. Reusing towels makes sense, so why not be smarter and healthier about how you use your towel. (link)

Playboy: Beach Towel

Probably the easiest way to get on the “Playboy” cover. (Advertising Agency: Grey, Argentina, Buenos Aires)

The Axe Effect

The Axe Effect. (Advertising Agency: Lowe MENA, Dubai, UAE)


An ad for the Community Against Preventable Injuries (Advertising Agency: Wasserman + Partners, Vancouver)

Wearable Towel

The Wearable Towel is unisex and can be worn in either a tunic style or a toga style. It has three arm openings placed along the side and does not employ the use of any fastener. We also hope that the quality of these towels is better than their Photoshop skills.(link)


Hi-Sun incorporates four products in one: a backpack, a beach towel, an inflatable pillow and speakers! You may lay down and listen to your iPhone®, iPod® or any other mp3 player with a 3.5mm universal jack. The speakers are amplified and thanks to the long lasting lithium battery (recheargable through an integrated USB port) you may listen to your favourite music for hours! (link)

Friends of Cancer Patients: Beach Towel

Advertising Agency: JWT, Dubai, UAE

Measuring Towel

Track the changes in your waist size every time you use a towel. (Designers: Changduk Kim & Jinsoo Jeon)

Maison Martin Margiela Convertible Beach Bag

A towel that transforms into a bag, or vice versa. You can place your essentials inside it safely for this one has zips at its sides. (link)

Product Design

25 Fun and Cool Speaker Designs

When choosing the right Speakers you’ll want to consider price, quality and look. Home audio speakers are designed for quality and sometimes can go beyond the boundaries with design. In this collection we’ve found  25 Fun and Cool Speaker Designs which look unique and stylish. Some of these 25 Fun and Cool Speaker Designs are also for sale, take a look at the speaker designs below and see which one you’d love to own!




Beatpack is a wireless portable speaker with airplay and bluetooth compatibility. It can be transformed into a shape of a lunch box which provides increased portability to the user, and keeps the drivers from external damage. The design concept is a compact and bold metal box packed with musical beats. (Designer: Jonghna Lee)

Computer Speakers Redesign


(Designer: Adeel Raza)

Change the Record


During a live performance to music, designer Paul Cocksedge and his team transformed old vinyl LPs into elegant vinyl speakers that amplify sound from smartphones through their shape alone – no need for wires or electricity. Old LPs gathering dust are given new life – and the music lives on! Visitors are encouraged to bring their own 12” record to see it transformed into a unique object. (Designer: Miguel Vaz)

2.1 Speaker System


(Designer: Vuk Nemanja Zoraja)

Kef Q1


As a project and to further satisfy my need to know the mechanics of something I deconstructed a KEF Speaker and its housing. I redesigned the Enclosure and it’s styling resulting in this concept. Personal Project. (Designer: Paul Mckenna)

Magic Spheres

In order to have a more enjoying music, make around space harmonious with your favorite music. (Designer: Morteza Faghihi)


This is a simple speaker with three speaker elements in one 20 cm diameter ball or globe. It voices out in every direction so there is no need to try to direct it, thus visually it can be this simple. It can be either hanging from the ceiling or just standing on a table. The case could me just plastic mesh or covered with textured fabric. (Designer: Sanne Salovaara)


Of course, these are not speakers, per se, but hey, they’re still technically a pair of little speakers. HEARRING’ is about taking the concept of ‘urban lifestyle’ to the next level. The crystal functions as the ‘call control button’, using the crystal clarity to represent the earphone status by different colors. (Designer: Kfir Schwalb Kfir)

Sound Garden

JVC created modular multi-directional speakers and subwoofer powered by an internal amplifier. It’s also made of totally renewable, sustainable materials as summarily represented by the cute little bonsai. (Designer: JVC)

Subsonic Chair

The Subsonic chair is like sitting on a rocket. 300 watts of pure bass will literally move you around the room with two subwoofers, two midrange, and two high end tweeters. Simply plug your game machine into the ports on the back of the chair, and hang on. (Designer: Greg Ball)


A little bud sometimes sprouts from a gap of stones or rocks. This is like a sound coming out from earphone hole connected to a cold machine like mp3 player or other music player. A bud split opens from a gap motived our design. You can set up on a flowerpot-shaped cradle and use it whenever you need it. Leafbud is made of flexible material. You can connect Leafbud to any music player that has earphone jack and enjoy your music through upside of leaf which is speaker hole. (Designers: Seungmin Jun + Jun Seungmin, Jeon Hwan Ju, Yang Soon Young, Kim Ji Soo, Jeong Song Eun, Son Won Ho)

Peas Speakers

Each pod holds 7 wireless bluetooth speakers. Only one possesses the one ring to rule them all because it controls global volume. Each sphere is powered by a lithium ion rechargeable via induction when placed in the pod. The system doesn’t do surround sound since it can’t separate channels, but it’s a good way to fill a large area with a mixed stereo track. (Designer: Lu Le)


“Hendekagram” is an extension of earphones, it can be connected to various portable audio equipment such as an mp3 player, an ipod and a computer. (Designer: qed)


It’s thin, it’s compact and really fills a room with sound. (Designer: Oliver Thiele)

Dreyfuss Special

The product takes its name from Henry Dreyfuss, fellow industrial designer, whose most enduring design is a series of phones which were used over the world for 50 years. (Designers: Lee & Kim)

Nautilus Speakers

The Bowers & Wilkins Nautilus is recognised worldwide as an outstanding loudspeaker which continues to shape the direction of the audio industry to this day. Much sought after by cognoscenti, it has been unashamedly designed with the serious audiophile in mind, not only because of its size and shape but also because of its active design – the crossover network is positioned between the pre and power amplifiers. (Designer: Bowers & Wilkins )

Orb Speaker

The speaker cones are attached to a spider-like structure which is invisible from the outside. (Designer: Pieter Maes)

Ferguson Speakers

With a high level of clarity, detail and dynamics, these precision moulded speakers were created for music connoisseurs. (Designer: Ferguson Hill)


A speaker is a device that converts electrical energy into sound waves. It’s also someone who expresses in language. So if you combine those two definitions together to form some sort of iconic gesture to retain both aspects, you get the Speak-er. (Designer: Sherwood Forlee)

Moonlight Speakers

The polyethylene spheres can be used inside your living room or out on your deck to get the party mood going, streaming groovy tunes along with their energy-efficient LED light. (Designer: Moonlight USA)

Woofer Speakers

These woofers hold the midst between an addition to your sound system and your loyal 4 footed companion. They are engineered by a professional audio studio, and sound remarkably well. (Designer: Sander Mulder)

Pig Speakers

Japan’s I.D.E.A. has created a new set of free-standing speakers that resemble cute little pigs. Available in white, black, gold, or pink, the ceramic objects have a built in circular speaker in their bellies and an audio jack where the tail would have been to connect your ipod or mp3 player. (Designer: I.D.E.A.)


A ceramic form, simple and organic in shape, is gently contoured and designed to amplify and optimize sound output. (Designer: en&is)

500 XL

Sometimes bigger IS really better, especially when it comes to sound. (Designer: Fred&Friends)


Hive is a simulated surround sound speaker system. As of now the market only has two options – either spread speakers around the room for the real experience or invest in a sound bar which usually consists of a long bar housing anywhere between 8-30 small speakers pointing in every direction for a simulated experience. (Designer: Oskar Daniel)

Product Design

26 Creative and Weird Umbrellas

Umbrellas are common to use in rainy weather, they’re usually pretty standard in design and lack originality. Umbrellas can also be known as parasol and is mostly used to protect you from rain and sunlight. In today’s article we’ll be looking at 26 Creative and Weird Umbrellas. All of these umbrellas are fun and creative! Would you like to own any of these creative and weird umbrellas?

Some interesting facts about Umbrellas:

  • Word umbrella comes from the Latin word “umbros” which means shade or shadow.
  • Modern day widespread acceptance of umbrellas started to spread across the Europe in middle of 18th century.
  • Up until that point, umbrellas were viewed as a female fashion accessory.
  • The first man who publicly carried umbrella was Englishman Jonas Hanway. His influence finally introduced umbrella to male population of England, and soon after entire world.
  • Modern day umbrellas are strikingly similar in their design to the models that were used in ancient Greece and Rome.
  • Technological advancement of 20th century enabled the creation of mechanisms and materials that are integral part of modern umbrellas.

Read More Umbrella Facts

Umbuster Brass Knuckle Umbrella

26 Creative and Weird Umbrellas

The Umbuster is an Umbrella with an ergonomically positioned knuckle duster handle configuration. Looks pretty comfy.


Creative and Weird Umbrellas

Nubrella is no ordinary umbrella: it can be easily strap on your shoulders so that you do not need to hold it with your hands. It stops rain, wind, snow and extreme cold– and keeps your head, face and shoulders drier than ever.

Urban Combat Umbrella

Creative and Weird Umbrellas

When it rains people get nervous and you cannot pass a man with an umbrella without being pushed. This umbrella will give you the pleasure to give your sweet virtual revenge and shoot them down.

Heart Shaped Umbrella


Heart Umbrella Fill rainy days with love thanks to this funky umbrella! Get noticed in any crowd and show everyone what a big softy you are with this Heart Umbrella.

Cloud Umbrella


This inflatable cloud-shaped Umbrella is a unique model. In order to unfold it, you just need to push and pull the air drum built in the handle. It might be you the only one with white clouds floating over the head.

Pets Umbrella


Keeps your pet dry and comfortable in rain, sleet or snow.

Handbag Umbrella



Inside Out umbrella by Seung Hee Son folds into a small handbag.

Huge Japanese Umbrella


This gigantic full body umbrella was seen in Tokyo, Japan.

Anti-Theft Umbrellas


It’s an umbrella with a handle that could be transformed into cuffs. Once you lock it, your umbrella will be a prisoner till you come back.

Rain Brush Umbrella – Umbrella For Graffiti


Rain Brush Umbrella designed with a paint-brush (silicon) like tip, so that you can dip it into the nearest rain puddle and start drawing water graffiti on the sidewalk.

Light Saber Umbrella


Take the trendy and illuminating properties of a LED flashlight, mix in a light emitting multi-coloured handle, throw in the terribly useful water repelling function of an umbrella.

Goggles Umbrella

For all you detectives out there! Spies and scuba divers alike will appreciate the secret, goggle-shaped window umbrellas. (Designer: 25 Togo Studio)

Wheel & Seal Umbrellas

Terrible weather can make anyone easily depressed. For this reason, taiwanese designers have created “wheel” and “seal” umbrellas for children. First design features wheels that leave impressions of smiley faces on the floor using puddles left over from the rain. An alternative version titled “seal umbrella” stamps wet smiley faces on the pavement.[2] (Designers: yu-ting cheng, yu-hsun chung, shaw-chen chen)

Water Gun Umbrella

This unique, funnel shaped umbrella harnesses the flow of rainwater down into its handle, a water pistol. The user can fire at will, maintaining a constant flow of water as long as rain continues to fall! (Designer: Alex Wooley)


This merger of two umbrellas eliminates the jockeying for position that occurs when two people compete for adequate coverage underneath a typical umbrella. (buy)

Off The Course Umbrella

This umbrella was inspired by designer’s rainy day golf outings. While living in Scotland, he and his friends often found themselves carrying golf clubs and umbrellas simultaneously, which struck inspiration in the young designer. Made of steel, fiberglass, polyester, and rubber. This product is an umbrella and should not be used as a golf club. (Designer:

Cup Holder Umbrella

A handle will let one hold a paper cup or a coffee cup while holding onto the umbrella. (Designer: Ek Design)

Full Body Umbrella

Photo by yamuhaton

The Inside Out Umbrella

This umbrella can be inverted into a small bag. (Designer: Seung Hee Son)

Umbrellas for the Civil but Discontent Man

Umbrellas for the Civil but Discontent Man combines a symbol of gentlemanly refinement—the full-sized, dark umbrella—with an element of more manly sword-bearing times. The umbrellas offer brief psychological respite from the dictates of social amiability; aggressive fantasies are allowed and encouraged on the daily commute to the office. The effete civilian’s grasp of the handle takes him into the world of the masterful samurai, the medieval barbarian, or the triumphant cavalryman. (buy)

The Backpack Umbrella

This is the umbrella that is worn on the back, providing rain and sun protection while keeping the hands free. (buy)

The Dogbrella

This inverted bumbershoot forms a waterproof cocoon around a small dog, enabling canine and master to maintain a walking regimen in inclement weather. (buy)

Light Drops Umbrella

As water pours over the surface, potential energy from raindrops slamming onto the conductive membrane called PDVF transforms into electrical energy powering embedded LEDs sending your umbrella ablaze with light. The heavier the rain, the brighter the light to help you see your way. (Designer: Sang-Kyun Park)

F**k The Rain Umbrella

From the rain’s point of view.

No rain welcomed! (Designer: Art Lebedev Studio)

Clock Parasol

Japanese designer has designed a parasol with a built in sun dial to be read from underneath. One rotates the umbrella and the handle mounted compass to find magnetic north, correctly orienting the inside graphics. Based on the curvature of the earth,the sun lights the umbrella from the back and is allowed to mark the approximate time. [1] (Designer: Kota Nezu)

Sky Umbrella

Humor and surprise are two of the designer Tibor Kalman’s hallmarks, as witnessed by this view of a blue sky on a most probably gray day. MoMA’s witty umbrella with an eternally cheerful sky is known and enjoyed throughout the world. (buy)

Product Design

25 Weird and Wonderful Wall Hook Designs

Let’s face it, wall hooks aren’t the most exciting feature, but you haven’t seen these 26 Weird and Wonderful Wall Hook Designs. Even the most common everyday object like Wall Hooks can be turned into some weird and creative. We’ve manually handpicked these cool wall hook designs, some are bizarre and strange while others are strong and would looks rather good in a trendy home.

Wall Hooks are basically used for one purpose, to hang up clothing or hats, if you’re having guests over why not hang there coat up in style! Wall Hooks are often the first item seen in a home or office, get some fresh ideas on this usually dull house feature!


Don´t look Back! hooks

26 Weird and Wonderful Wall Hook Designs

Alpinist shaped hooks that climb the walls in your home carrying your belongings. (Designer: Rafael Fernandez)



The super flexible ORGANIZE allows you to create your very own shelf. You can decide to make it oblong or square or whatever shape that fits you. Only your personal creativity is the limit. Just mount the hooks on the wall, and finish the flow with the felt. (Designer: Says Who)

Puppy Wall Hooks


(Designer: Unknown)

Diving Man Wall Hooks


(Designer: Unknown)

Gun Wall Hooks


(Designer: Unknown)

Mr.P One Man Hang

Mr.P once again proves that his hook is strong enough to withstand anything. (link)


Probably inspired by Captain Obvious. (Designer: yoox)

Ninja Star Coat Hook

If you ever survive a ninja attack, make use of it . (link)

Regnah Hanger

Hanger for anyone with a crazy desire to hit a door or a wall with an axe. (link)

Office Clip Hook

Someone finally did it—improved an everyday paperclip. It’s 10 times bigger, stronger and more contemporary, too. A great catchall for your modern office, it’s made of heat-treated steel to hold coats, bags or files. (link)

Mountain Coat Range

Inspired by excess material from our cut sheets, the contrast of Walnut to the exposed interior of Certified Maple becomes the snow-capped mountain peaks of the Grand Tetons. A functional landscape for your home that leaves little impact on the actual frontier. The mountain range’s peaks enable you to hang four or more items. (Designer: BraveSpaceDesign)

Forget Me Not

“Forget-me-not” is a set of clothes-hooks, the petals bent so that articles can be hung from them. This is a product in the sphere of emotion, refinement, poetic beauty and harmony. As such, it can also be simply decorative and give rise to floral combinations. (Designer: Charlotte Lancelot)

“Here Hook”

Here’s the “Here Hook!” It’s an arrow, basically just pointing to the general area of itself. It’s a coat hook. It knows exactly where you’d be precisely in the area of cool if you want to hang up your jacket. Or hat! (Designer: Richard Shed)

En Suspend

Clocks deliver three useful items in one a mirror (stainless steel), wall clock, and hook. (Designer: diamantini & domeniconi)

Bird Hook

A ceramic hook in shape off a bird where you can expose your favorite accessories. (Designer: Jantze Brogård Asshoff)

Active Hanger

Mountain climbing posts you install on your walls, serve as both hooks for clothing, and a rock-climbing-esque wall in your house. (Designer: Ferran Lajara)

Dart Coat Hook

26 Weird and Wonderful Wall Hook Designs

Make a playful statement in your wall! Set of three Stainless steel darts with a special wall fixing. A unique hook for hanging your favorite hat or jacket. (Designer: Anthony Chrisp)

8-Bit Hanger

Mount to your wall, and then use to hang your non 8 bit stuff. (link)

Paint Brush Wall Hook

26 Weird and Wonderful Wall Hook Designs

This coat hook design is the result of a challenge to take an everyday object & remold, rebuild, & repurpose it to create an entirely new item while using as little additional material as possible. (Designer: Dominic Wilcox)


Little butterflies flying out of a magic hat. (Designed by Lamidea)


26 Weird and Wonderful Wall Hook Designs

Wooden raindrop wall hooks. (Designer: Jantze Brogård Asshoff)

“DROP” The Flowing Wall Coat Rack

DROP – a series of functional ornaments for walls and any other flat surfaces. It offers you an innovative and ideal possibility, to give naked walls a new look – with colourful and user-friendly hooks that seem to flow. (link)

Hang On

Hang On is an unpretentious and humorous coat rack that is accessible and easy to decode with its oblique expression. (Designer: Jade Barnes-Richardson)

Knife Hooks

Show your character by making your home look like a war zone. (Designer: tc studio)

High Tea Wall Hooks

An interesting way to use your old teapots. (Designer: coroflot)

Product Design

30 Weird and Creative Drinking Glasses

We use Drinking glasses, cups and mugs daily to hold our beverages. Whether you’re drinking Coffee, Tea, Alcohol, Juice or Plain Water, let’s face it drinking glasses are usually boring when it comes to creativity. But you don’t want to change them too much or else you’ll be left with a useless drinking glass which can’t hold any liquid.

In today’s collection we’ve found 30 Weird and Creative Drinking Glasses, Mugs and Cups. Some of these weird drinking glasses are very unique and interesting, you might like to try them yourself! Scroll down and see which Weird and Creative Drinking Glasses you’d have in your home.

My Mother is Left-Handed


Left-handed drinking glass made from blown glass. (Designer: Sarah Tyson)

Panda Smile on Your Face Mug Set


Finish your cup of tea and make the panda smile! (Designer:  Modcloth)

Slim Cup

30 Weird and Creative Drinking Glasses

Optical illusions for your daily cup of tea or coffee. (Designer: Sharona Merlin)



Spaceship-like cups and plates. Stable and easy to hold. (Designer: Zula Dervish)

Tilted Cup

30 Weird and Creative Drinking Glasses

Who says cups must obey the laws of gravity? (Via: Xu54)

Carat Cup


Is that a sparkling diamond ring on her finger? No, that’s the handle of the cup! (Designer: Charles and Marie)

Water Carafe and Glass


The apparent stack of plastic cups is actually a water carafe. The actual cup on the right can be stacked on top of the carafe when not in use to give an illusion of the plastic cups stack. (Designer: Fred and Friends)

Bombs Away

30 Weird and Creative Drinking Glasses

A conical craving within your typical shot glass. (Designer: Fred and Friends)

Glass Tank

A device consists of a bulb shaped container with the glass below. When the amount in the glass decreases, a constant amount is poured from the tank into the glass. Never overflowing from the glass because of air pressure and water pressure. (Designer: kyouei design)


Under normal circumstances a drinking glass with an extra hole in it is a messy proposition. Now you can use this magical hole to hold a napkin, pencil, spike etc. Plus, it creates an easy storing potential in bars. (Designer: Alvaro Lagos Vasquez)

Crowd Glasses

If any one of the people walking around the rim of this glass was paying attention and not chatting on their cell phone, they may realize that when this glass is being used they are all upside down. (link)

BOULES Tumblers

Striking aesthetics and elegant timelessness with a touch of playfulness. Each tactile glass is skilfully mouth blown and hand finished with delicate lenses, which give a surprising visual element. BOULES’ curved and heavy bottoms allow the tumblers to rock, while the lens guarantees a stable position at a playful angle. (Designer: Absolute Appetite)

This is [not]glass

“We’re glad that someone has finally caught on to our tendency to treat wine glasses like they’re soup ladles.” (Designer: Jeremy Brown)

Plastic Cup Wine Glass

It’s the perfect glass for wine lovers that like quality products, but don’t take themselves, or their wine hobby too seriously. (Designer: Maxim Velcovsky)

The Moist And Marry Glasses

The “Moist and Marry” drinking glasses are sure to spark conversation at any dinner table as guests peer at the image of a dog urinating on a fire hydrant imprinted on their glass. If dogs don’t do it for you, the little boy option is a nice touch. Just beware of serving beer in these glasses. (Designer: Donkey Products)

“EvOlverre” One Glass For Every Drink

This glass uses the same head and a different base for 4 main glass-specific types of drink: water, cognac, wine, and champagne. (Designer: Utopik Design)

Crinkled Glass

Made from recycled glass. (Designer: Rob Brandt)

Hopside Down

For those who like to glug their beer right from the bottle. (buy)

Butterfly And Spider Glass Set

The set of 3 glasses consists of a butterfly, spider and spider webprinted on each glass. When put on top of each other each are connected. (Designer: Propaganda)

Botanical Glass

Bombay Sapphire is pretty unique with a delicate botanical flavor. Of course the most luxe martini drink demands the same from accompanying glassware. Benjamin Hubert has designed a martini glass to reflect that aesthetic. Hand blown and shaped, this martini glass evokes the organic and botanical sensibility of Bombay Sapphire. (Designer: Benjamin Hubert)


You like sipping wine, but sometimes you’re just more comfortable with a mug in your mitt. Well this double-walled do-it-all lets you have it both ways. Elegant wine stem on the inside, manly beer stein on the outside, it’s a glass for all reasons. So pour yourself a nice measure of vino, grab it with gusto, thoughtfully inhale the bouquet, then toss it back. (buy)

Champagne Flute

Double-walled glass keeps your champagne cold for much longer. (Designer: Alissia Melka-Teichroew)


You could call this carafe-and-glass combo an optical illusion, but that reminds us too much of something tacky from Blackstone the Magician. The French “trompe l’oeil” sounds SO much cooler. Okay, back to the carafe — it looks like a stack of disposable plastic cups, but there’s just one cup sitting on top, and it’s all hand-blown from crystal clear borosilicate glass. Perfect for bed stand, desk, anywhere you need to keep hydrated! (buy)

Cipher Drinking Glass

An empty glass resembles a meaningless colorful mosaic, until a liquid is poured into it, revealing its name. Each side of the glass is reserved for a specific drink. (Designer: Damjan Stankovic)

</head> Tag Beer Glass

Don’t Lose your head! (link)

Half Full

Is your glass half full or half empty? If you’re like most people, you’re never quite sure. But this clever 7-ounce glass reminds you that Half Full is where you’ll always find refreshment. (buy)

Mustache Glass

Get your stash on! Takes sipping on your favorite beverage to a whole new level. Great gift idea for young and old alike. (link)

Martini Glass

Just like #8 Champagne Flute, this Martini Glass is from the same InsideOut series by Alissia Melka-Teichroew. Made out of hand-blown borosilicate glass, it has the advantage of double-walled glass, which provides insulation, thus keeping your drink colder for longer. (Designer: Alissia Melka-Teichroew)

Denture Glass


Swimmers Glasses


Product Design

35 Creative and Weird Clock Designs

Clocks are usually something many of us take for granted when we look at the time. We rarely take time out to see the design of the clock and how it works. Let’s face it, most clock designs are boring and hold little character. Having a creative and weird clock can spice up your living space and bring new and interesting mood if designed well.

The clock is one of the oldest human inventions, meeting the need to consistently measure intervals of time shorter than the natural units: the day; the lunar month; and the year. Devices operating on several physical processes have been used over the millennia. The evolution of the technology of clocks continues today.

In this article we’ve gathered 35 Creative and Weird Clock Designs you probably haven’t seen before, these clock designs are super cool and bring a whole new meaning to clocks.



(Designer: Sergey Valiukh)

11+ World Clock



The 11+ World Clock reinterprets the traditional functionality of the clock by creating a unique and playful interaction between the user and the design. Although the face of the World Clock may not seem out of the ordinary, its cylindrical body allows it to display 24 different time zones via a clever rolling mechanism. Independently working hands allow the clock to be quickly rolled back to any of its 24 time zones, while immediately transitioning back to the local time. (Designer: cloudandco)

The “Clock”

More than 150 individual clockworks are put together to become one clock. Reading clockwise, the time being is visible through a word and readable by the completeness of the word, 12 words from “one” to “twelve”. (Designed by Christiaan Postma)

Clock Made From A Recycled Bike Crank


This clock was made using a recycled bicycle crank gear and a new quarts drive movement. The clock measures approximately 8.5″ in diameter. It would make a great conversation piece on your wall or great gift for that biker you know who is so hard to shop for. (Designed by pixelthis)

Recycled Vinyl Clock

The clock hands are crafted out of plastic, and the minute hand is cut to mimic a record player stylus. These one-of-a-kind clocks are simple to wind and install due to the easily accessible mechanism at the back and the simple loop hook for hanging. (Designed by: The Grateful Thread)

Non Ti Scordar Di Me

An artist’s review of the diary and memorandum. It is composed by many small plate pieces cut and assembled at random. (Designed by diamantini & domeniconi)

Little Time

The time-teller literally displays ‘little time’ – the numbers on the timepiece are represented in a microscopic size. However, the hands of the clock include magnifying lenses,enlarging the numbers as they pass over them, so that they become readable,bringing attention to the current hour. (Designed by Rafael Morgan)

Whatever Clock

Funny clock features black rim with “What Ever!” dial face and novelty arabic numbers. This unique clock can spice up your modern room. (buy)

Continue Time

On this Continue Time clock, two out of the three pointers rotate around another pointer, instead of the central point on the clock face, as with traditional clocks. The resulting kinetic artwork, and fully functional clock, is continuously changing its shape during a full rotation of twelve hours. (Designed by: Sander Mulder)

Tik Tak Clock

Designed by Habitat

Sundial Clock

The circular metal disk holds each of the twelve numbers perpendicular to the surface which become evident when their shadows are cast on to the painted white base. When viewed straight on the numbers appear to be a series of simple, parallel lines unlike the playful overlapping numbers which are visible when viewed from the side. (Designed by: frontdesign)

Manifold Clock

A wall mounted clock with a manifold that connects the two hands to create a 3D movement. At any given moment the manifold is located in a different position and different parts are seen. As the hour can be understood according to the traditional location of hands, a new reading of time is created. (Designed by: studio ve)

Around Clock

The Around Clock is a cylinder with numbers and markings that rotates to show the time as identified by the red wire. (Designed by Lexon)

Color Blind Clock

Take a closer look and you will see numbers hidden in amongst the spots. This clock is made of strengthened glass and will hang on a standard picture hook. (Designed by: Sono Design)

Pop Quiz Clock

Think back to a time when you were a young geek. Sure, you were brilliant at math, but being asked to solve problems on the chalkboard… That’s the stuff of nightmares. Thankfully, that time is over… Or is it? The smell of chalk, and the feel of the blackboard is still fresh in your mind. If you close your eyes, you can almost feel the eyes staring at your back as you labor to engage your brain and simplify the polynomial. (link)

Definition Of Time

This clock is not really suited for easy time telling but the piece is quite sculptural easily making it a centerpiece in your home. (Designed by Wooteik Lim)

The Meaning Of Time

You can use just about anything as long as it fits through the holes. (Designed by Bomi Kim)

RND Time

The most unusual feature of this clock lies in its entirely random application to the wall, hence the name “rnd_time”, where “rnd” is used to indicate the random factor. (Designed by Rnd_lab design group)

Clock Of Many Petals

Each petal represents 5 minutes. Every half an hour, you’ve got 6 new petals. Each time a new hour begins, a new petal begins to expand. (Designed by Rafael Assandri)

Re Vinyl

Re Vinyl is an upcycling product fashioned from old vinyl records. By altering the functions of used products for new uses, it effectively reduces the disposal of potentially useful materials and the consumption of new raw materials at once. Discreetly crafted on the theme of scenography or animal creatures, the collection comes in a variety of story-telling silhouettes while retaining the grooves and record labels reminiscent of the heydays of acoustic recordings. (Designed by Pavel Sidorenko)


Clock made from saw blade. (Designed by Flusso Creativo)

Mhin Clock

Mhin is made from ceramic (body), rubber and metal (‘hands’). Its function and form constitutes a solid simplicity not firmly set in any era or movement. These decisions were made in order to aid longevity and ensure that the design intent remains intact over time. (Designed by James Tobin)

Redundant Clock

Redundant Clock uses hands oriented toward the hour markings for its hour markings. (Designed by Ji Lee)

Clock Made From A Recycled Magnetic Tape Reel

This clock was made from an old magnetic tape reel that was headed for the trash heap. It is approximately 7″ in diameter and comes complete with a new quartz drive and runs on 1 AA battery. (Designed by pixelthis)

Dish Time Clock

Designed by: Lau Design

Clock Made From A Recycled Bike Wheel

This clock was made from a recycled aluminum Mongoose bike wheel. The wheel mounts directly to the wall through the hub using a hollow wall anchor and gives the illusion that it is floating off the wall. The clock movement is a high torque German quartz movement and is attached to a set of rear cassette gears to conceal the movement. (Designed by pixelthis)

Turntable Clock

This clock was created using a recycled Sanyo turntable and a Ronco’s Greatest Hits album titled “Get It On” which is replaceable. (Designed by pixelthis)

It’s About Time

A clock using the hands as a call to action for the sake of the environment. Two clear discs, with type printed on, rotating to communicate the message and the time. (Designer: unknown)

Mike Mak Clock

Clock consists of two eyes and they turn in order to show time. (Designed by Mike Mak)

Book Clock

This stack of colorful books function as a clock. A perfect disguise on any bookshelf. (buy)

En Suspend

Clocks deliver three useful items in one a mirror (stainless steel), wall clock, and hook. (Designed by diamantini & domeniconi)

Uomino Clocks

Uomino is an appropriate clock for people always on the go since it quite literally gives the impression that time is running away. (Designed by diamantini & domeniconi)

24h Sentence Maker Wall Clock

A way to measure time with sentences. The different hours are words and the word IS is written in the middle of the clock. A new sentence every hour, 24 sentences a day. (Designed by Marti Guixe)

Butterfly Clock

Butterfly clock mirrors, a poetic representation of time and those important moments of life that fly away. (link)

Domino Clock

We live in a hectic world. Alerts, alarms, and reminders prod us through our days with unforgiving precision. Challenging this pressure-filled environment, the Domino Clock™ takes a simple, iconic object and transforms it into a new way to tell time. (Designed by by Carbon Carbon Design)

Product Design

25 Unusual and Fun Gadgets for Your Kitchen

Some people think of cooking as boring, and try to avoid it at all cost! But there are plenty of unusual and fun gadgets for your kitchen which can make your cooking more creative and hassle free. Some of these kitchen gadgets will make you smile, like the moustache cork screw or the voodoo toothpick holder.

There are already lots of gadgets for your kitchen, but I bet you haven’t seen these unusual kitchen gadgets before. You may even find some motivation and inspiration looking through these interesting gadgets. We’ve supplied the amazon link to these creative gadgets for your kitchen, making it easy for you to own any of these!

What are you waiting for? Scroll down and take a look at these gadgets for your kitchen. What would you want to have in your kitchen?


Ninjabread Men Cookie Cutters

25 Unusual and Fun Gadgets for Your Kitchen

These stealthy warriors are set to sneak into your kitchen and stage a cookie coup! Cut, bake, decorate…and then watch them disappear! Ninjabread Men are molded from rugged, food-safe ABS plastic and packaged in a colorful giftbox. (Buy)

The Taca Mug

Fun Gadgets for Your Kitchen

The TACA Mug is for those who savor dipped cookies in milk. (Designed by: Entresuelo1a)

Mix Stix Spoons

kitchen gadgets

Every kitchen has its own rhythm and hum, and now you can play along. Mix Stix are classic indispensable beechwood spoons, morphed into drumsticks. So you can rock out when you’re not stirring, paradiddle on the stockpot, give that mixing bowl a rimshot. Get with the beat! We’ve packed one solid spoon and one unique slotted spoon on a durable chipboard peggable backing card. (Buy)

Quintuple Bladed Herb Scissors

The unusual blade design features a set of five, sharp 3″ stainless steel blades that allow you to cut, chop or mince herbs directly into a pan or over a plate for garnishing. (Buy)

Ironius – The Coffee Mug Iron

In simple terms, the heat from your hot coffee-filled mug “Ironius” can be used to iron out a few creases of your shirt. Perfectly handy for those naughty ones who indulge in office romances. (Designed by: Art Lebedev Studio)

Pizza Scrissors

Clever designed “Pizza Pro” combines kitchen shears with a wedge-shaped spatula so you can cut and serve perfect slices, one handed every single time, without losing toppings! (Buy)

Edible Jelloware

Jelloware re-imagines the concept of drinking, and imparts a new experience in the way it feels, tastes, smells, moves, and is even disposed of. The cups are made entirely out of agar agar and cast in different flavors, such as lemon-basil, ginger-mint, or rosemary-beet. All are specifically designed to compliment a corresponding drink. Jelloware is meant to be thrown into the grass after it is used, as agar agar is a seaweed extract and actually nurtures the growth of plants. (Designed by: The Way We See The World)

Beat It! Chopsticks

Whether you’re eating solo or jamming with friends, you’ll find your groove with BEAT IT! At one end they’re standard reusable wooden chopsticks; on the other, rockin’ drumsticks. Take a break from eating and add a dramatic drumroll before your last bite, or punctuate that dinner conversation with a solid rimshot. Once again, Fred makes it so easy to play with your food! (Buy)

Magical Salt And Pepper Shakers

Designed by: Arthur Xin

Yin & Yang Teapot

The Yin & Yang is a teapot designed for two people. So if one person prefers green and the other prefers red – you can prepare both of them inside this teapot . The spouts even double as the handle. (Designed by: Ewa Sendecka)


This clever Bowlboard is designed specifically for food preparation, and has four food preparation bowls inlaid flush to the surface of the board. (Designed by: Kain Lucas)

Twister Fork

Discover a new way to enjoy your favorite food. The Twister is a fresh take on an old tradition that helps you enjoy your favorite food without making a mess. Using a spoon while eating spaghetti is sometimes considered bad form, and a regular fork can require skill and patience. Body of The Twister is mostly round to ensure easier twisting, while its wavy tines keep the pasta in place, so you can focus on the taste, and not on the physics. (Designed by: Damjan Stankovic)

Egg Separator

Basically you break the egg into the vessel, tilt forward slightly and egg white will drip out the nostrils while the yolk stays behind. Not for the weak of stomach. (Buy)

The Toaster Tree

The Toaster Tree has got fancy transparent leaves that hold your bread, till they are done. Transparent nano-electric membrane technology is what the designer cites in support of the crisping/browning element. (Designed by: Xu Yan Xiang)


Eat in every language! (Buy)

Dog End Towel Holder

The Dog End towel holder has a kind of classic, innocent 1950′s-ness about it, until of course you realize that you’re sticking your finger up an animals bottom! Cloth-Dog always gets a reaction, but it’s well enough designed to slip in to the kitchen (or bathroom) environment unnoticed. (Buy)

Knife Holder

Designed by: Maarten Baas

Salt & Pepper Cells

Rechargeable salt and pepper set for your dining table. (Buy)

Sharky: Tea-Infuser

Sharky is a floating tea-infuser that looks like a shark fin marauding through the dangerous waters of your tea mug that simultaneously releases streamers of steeped tea that look suspiciously like the detritus after a nasty shark attack. (Designed by: Pablo Matteoda)

Ouch! Toothpick Holder

Make your next party painfully amusing by inviting Ouch!, the voodoo-it-yourself toothpick holder. Perfect for finger food, emergency hexes, and jump-starting the good times. Two fashionable colors, elegant clear display-box packaging. With Ouch, olives will never be boring again! (Buy)

Bill Clinton Corkscrew

Let the 42nd President of the United States of America help you pop your cork! (Buy)

The Hillary Nutcracker

This Hillary Nutcracker Stands Nine-inches tall. It is a functional, plastic nutcracker with stainless steel teeth secured inside upper legs to grip and crack nuts in their shell. (Buy)

Click Kitchen Gloves

Designed by: Anderson Horta

Ctrl+O Bottle Opener

Your favorite shortcut now makes the opening ceremony a snap, though you still need to bring your own bottle! (Designed by: Art Lebedev Studio)

Handlebar Corkscrew And Bottle Opener

The ‘stache is back! Only this time, it’s not just a fashion statement. It’s also a finely crafted corkscrew and bottle-opener. Because beverage containers are no match for the sheer power of a manly moustache. (Buy)

Product Design

27 Weird and Creative Beds

We spend a lot of our time sleeping, so it’s no surprise that we need to choose the right best. In this article we’ll be looking at some weird and creative beds. Picking an ordinary looking bed is what most of us do, but did you know that beds are being redesigning by some cool industrial designers? We’ve taken a look at some surreal and crazy must see bed designs you might consider sleeping on.

A University of California, San Diego psychiatry study of more than one million adults found that people who live the longest self-report sleeping for six to seven hours each night. Another study of sleep duration and mortality risk in women showed similar results. Other studies show that “sleeping more than 7 to 8 hours per day has been consistently associated with increased mortality,” though this study suggests the cause is probably other factors such as depression and socioeconomic status, which would correlate statistically. It has been suggested that the correlation between lower sleep hours and reduced morbidity only occurs with those who wake naturally, rather than those who use an alarm.

Some of these beds look pretty comfy, while others look completely outrageous. Ultimately these beds are not the norm but showcase some interesting concepts. Which one would you like to own?

THE COSMOS BED (The Space Bed)


Embark on a space of relaxation, rest and sleep with The Cosmos Bed ! The Cosmos Bed is partially open bed that resembles an egg or a capsule. This bed is designed for your most possible comfort and security. (Designer: Natalie Rumyanseva)

Future Hospital Bed


This design concept aims to standardize hospital cubicles, making them both practical and hygienic, with fold out seating and over bed tables to a self-driving device which moves patients around the hospital, reducing contact with of people and the potential for spreading germs. (Designer: Oliver George Lucas)

Enignum Bed

This bed embraces and protects, creating a personal environment beyond its function. (Designer: Joseph Walch)

Concealed Bed

Total hidden protection for money and other valuables is a reality, using this 1300 lb secure 78”x 60”x 14” (queen size) 10 gauge steel strongbox fitted with ¼” thick steel 140 lb. hinged doors. (link)

“The Fluttua” Floating Bed

Fluttua is a suspended, height-adjustable bed available in round and rectangular models. The Fluttua bed eliminates everything superfluous to leave more room for thought. The characteristic of the product is its single, height-adjustable central leg and multi-layer base combined with a solid iron structure anchored to the wall. (Designer: Daniele Lago)

Sosia Bed

“Sosia” comprises two seats that can be pushed together to form a day bed, separated into two arm chairs or wrapped in the extended cover to create a private space within a larger room. (Designer: Emanuele Magini)

Fetal Position Bed

Even if you manage to fall asleep in this position, it doesn’t necessary mean you’ll wake up like that.


Book Bed

To resolve the issues of lack of space faced by a lot of urban-dwelling Japanese families, photographer and innovater, Yusuke Suzuki, created a ‘fold-up’ bed in the shape of a book. When the book is opened at night, it’s pages serve as a duvet and pillows and it comes with large cut out shapes and illustrations. During the day it can be folded up and used as a playmat.(Designer: Yusuke Suzuki) (link)

Trix Bed

Trix is a modular piece of furniture that features of three cushions of different sizes linked by an elegant system of rubber bands. Trix can moonlight as an ottoman, a day bed a comfortable lounge chair and a welcoming armchair. (Designer: Piero Lissoni)

Cardboard Bed “Itbed”

The itbed is made from 7 mm thick cardboard that is folded like an accordion. In one step the itbed can be collapsed into an easily portable bundle making the cardboard bed an ideal solution for guest beds or frequent movers. The zigzag profile of the itbed, reminiscent of a house of cards, is stabilized from head to foot by two lengths of webbing. (Designer: IT Design)

Giant Brush Bed

Bed which looks like giant brush. (Designer: Ron Arad, student of BCUC)

Phat Knitt

PHAT KNITS is a series of giant threads used to create, knitted or not, interior products. (Designer: Bauke Knottnerus)

Vertical Bed

This bed encases the sleeper in a marshmallow of comfortable cushion while supporting the body in an upright position. (Designer: Ernesto Neto)

Foldable Bed

The bed uses fiberglass reinforced plastic tubes that can be telescoped in order to be adaptable to different sizes of the mattress. The angled frames can be arranged as a space-saving diamond holding together all tubes and the rest of the wooden frames. (Designer: Nicola From Bern)

Embrace Lounge

Embrace lounge has a hidden, body-shaped curve in it, allowing you to feel the comfort of a warm embrace. (Designer: Tanya Aguiniga)

Tree Bed

With this bed you can feel as though you were sleeping in the forest. Each leaf and tendril is hand-forged and unique. (Designer: Shaw Lovell)

Geometric Bed

Bed which looks like it belongs to a art gallery. (Designer: Jacob+MacFarlane)

Ohm Transformable Bed

Ohm is a transformable bed for small spaces. It becomes in two beds when you separate the structure and at the same time this modules pleat to generate 2 benchs of different forms. (Designer: Victor M. Aleman)

Letto Zip

Make your daily bed-making chore easier. With this bed you can zip up all the mess and nobody will ever notice. (Designer: Florida)

Rocking Bed “Private Cloud”

Just like your mother used to rock you sleep, you can finally do it yourself when your mother is not around. (Designer: Manuel Kloker)

Giant Birdnest

Giant Birdsnest bed was dedicated for breeding new ideas. It was designed as part of the Green Garden Exhibition, part of the openning event of O*GE Gallery in April 2008. (Designers: Merav Eitan & Gaston Zahr)

Feel The Deluxe

The Feel Deluxe is made of 120 soft and extremely pleasant balls. (link)

Sonic Bed

The Sonic Bed is a purpose built portable venue which plays music that moves for the prone bodies of an audience, who can come lie in the bed alone or together. (Designer: Kaffe Matthews)

Hamburger Bed

Kayla bought a round mattress from the 70′s and made everything else herself…(with the exception of pickle chip pillows which she received from a wonderful friend). The bed is 8′ in diameter and stands about 3′ tall. In Kayla’s opinion it was the most comfortable bed she had ever owned… ever! (Designer: Kayla Kromer)

Magnetic Floating Bed

Using the power of permanent opposing industrial-strength magnets to enable it to float, the full scale bed can hold 900 kilograms of weight, while a smaller one fifth scale platform can safely hold 80 kilogams. (Designer: Janjaap Ruijssenaars)

Hammock Bed “Le Beanock”

Beauty is combined with functionality as the industrial standard cloth is hand finished with classic zig-zag stitching .LE BEANOCK™ is unique in both its design & manufacture. It can be taken down when space is needed, moved easily to clean underneath and the chains can be shortened at the back to create an ariel sofa! (Designer: Le Beanock)

Yin-Yang Bed

Yin is female and yang is male. So, as you’ve guessed – Yin is missing in the picture. (Designer: Alessio Pappa)


20 of History's Weirdest Inventions

When it comes to inventions, History had quite a few failures. When we think of inventions, many of us think of the Light Bulb, the Parachute and we usually can name inventors like including Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson and Albert Einstein. In today's article we've focused on History's Weirdest Inventions which failed to make the grade and live on to the present day.

The idea for an invention may be developed on paper or on a computer, by writing or drawing, by trial and error, by making models, by experimenting, by testing and/or by making the invention in its whole form. Brainstorming also can spark new ideas for an invention. Collaborative creative processes are frequently used by engineers, designers, architects and scientists. Co-inventors are frequently named on patents.

History shows that turning the concept of an invention into a working device is not always swift or direct. Inventions may also become more useful after time passes and other changes occur. For example, the parachute became more useful once powered flight was a reality.

Sit back and take a look at these 20 of History's Weirdest Inventions!

Manual dredger

20 of History's Weirdest Inventions

Workers operated the so-called bucket dredger with their arms and legs using stepper boards. The machine is a small model, but whether it was actually realized is unknown.

Amphibious bicycle

20 of History's Weirdest Inventions

This land-and-water bike can carry a load of 120 pounds; Paris, 1932.

Ice sailboat

20 of History's Weirdest Inventions

In the 17th century, it was so cold that meteorologists spoke of a Little Ice Age. The ice sailboat addressed the challenge of transporting goods over frozen lakes and rivers. Designed by A. Terrier, January 17, 1600.

Wetlands windmill

20 of History's Weirdest Inventions

A windmill for draining wetlands, lightweight enough to function in marshy areas. It was designed by C.D. Muys in 1589 but was never built.

Clap skate


In 1936, inventor R. Handl came up with the movable heel plate, but it wasn't until 1996 that this concept revolutionized skating.



A turntable linked to a film projector. It comes with single, dual and triple turntable. Designed by F.B.A. Prinsen, 1929.

Booted rubber boat


Drawing of a 'pneumatic sports- fish and hunt boat,' an inflatable boat for one person with boots attached; The Netherlands, 1915

Car With Shovel For Pedestrians (Paris, 1924)

Kind of shovel on a car. Purpose: reducing the number of casualties among pedestrians.

Early GPS (1932)

Sort of TomTom, early tripmaster. Works using rolling key map. The map passes the screen in a tempo that depends on the speed of the car.

Folding Emergency Bridge (Netherlands, 1926)

Folding bridge for emergencies, invented by L. Deth can easily be transported on a handcart.

Faxed Newspaper (1938)

In 1938 the first wireless newspaper was sent from WOR radiostation in New York. Photo shows children reading the children’s page of a Missouri paper.

Face Protection From Snowstorms (Canada, 1939)

Used to protect ones face from snowstorms. Canada, Montreal, 1939.

Revolver Camera (New York, 1938)

Colt 38 carrying a small camera that automatically takes a picture when you pull the trigger. At the left: six pictures taken by the camera.

Gas War Resistant Pram (England, Hextable, 1938)

Glasses For Reading In Bed (England, 1936)

Hamblin glasses. A pair of spectacles especially designed for reading in bed.

Bike Tyre Used As Swimming Aid (Germany, 1925)

A group of youngsters tied a bike tyre around the body as a swimming aid.

Booted Rubber Boat (Netherlands, 1915)

Drawing of a “pneumatic sports- fish and hunt boat”, an inflatable boat for one person with boots attached.

Wooden Bathing Suits (USA, 1925 )

Wooden bathing suits, supposed to make swimming a lot easier. Haquian, Washington, USA, 1929

One Wheel Motorcycle (1931)

One wheel motorcycle (invented by Italian M. Goventosa de Udine). Maximum speed: 150 kilometers per hour ( 93 Mph).

Amphibious Bike ‘Cyclomer’ (Paris, 1932)

The Cyclomer, a bicycle on land and water can ride with a load of 120 pounds.

All Terrain Car (England, 1936)

All terrain car able to descend slopes up to 65 degrees.

Radio Pram (USA, 1921 )

Pram provided with a radio, including antenna and loudspeaker, to keep the baby quiet.

Radio hat (USA, 1931)

Portable radio in a straw hat, made by an American inventor.

Bulletproof Glass (New York, 1931 )

This one is not forgotten, however the testing of the bulletproof glass was too interesting not to include here – demonstration by the best rifle man of the New York police, 1931.

Extensible Caravan (France, 1934)

Extensible caravan, built by a French engineer.

Piano For The Bedridden (UK, 1935)

Piano especially designed for people who are confined to bed.

Electrically Heated Jacket (USA, 1932)

Electrically heated vest, developed for the traffic police in the United States. The power is supplied by electric contacts in the street.

Canada, Montreal, 1939

Product Design

30 Awesome and Innovative Bookshelf Designs

Many of us grab books from shelves without even thinking of the Bookshelf Design it’s been sitting on. When walking to a room full of books most of us find that impressive, books contain worlds of knowledge and story telling. But sometimes Bookshelf Designs can take your attention over the books, if they’re designed with a unique and innovative way.

A bookcase, or bookshelf, is a piece of furniture, almost always with horizontal shelves, used to store books. It may be fitted with glass doors.  A bookcase consists of a unit including two or more shelves which may not all be used to contain books or other printed materials. Shelves may be fixed or adjustable to different positions in the case. In rooms entirely devoted to the storage of books they may be permanently fixed to the walls and/or floor.

In today’s post we’ll be looking at 30 Awesome and Innovative Bookshelf Designs, these bookshelf designs are very stylish with different ways of turning a usually boring concept into something new and exciting!


Chopped Tree Bookshelf

30 Awesome and Innovative Bookshelf Designs

Small bookshelf interpreting the moment when the tree trunk is cut and falls to the ground, transforms a structure that initially looks stiff and essential, in a flexible, mobile and lively piece of furniture composed of four elements that can be stacked and fixed to each others, or used individually.

Designer: Lenka Czereova

Bookshelf V03



An innovative plywood bookshelf with a unique diagonal design.

Designer: Don’t DIY

Reading between the strings

30 Awesome and Innovative Bookshelf Designs

A bookshelf inspired by a guitar made of wood and formica

Designer: Paulina Gomez

Hex Bookshelf

30 Awesome and Innovative Bookshelf Designs


Designer: Gabriel Manraes

Bookshelf “Branchie”




Branchie is a modular shelves system composed by rectangular elements consisting of multipurpose containers and book cases.

Designer: officinemultiplo


USA Bookshelf

Designer: Ron Arad

Between Lines

The work consists of laser cut stainless steel letter bands and then rubber coated in black. Each of the 2.7 meter letter bands can be coiled up to a small roll, unfolded and re-shaped to an infinite array of configurations. Without additional brackets the letter bands are simply screwed to the wall.

By: Wokmedia


Crash plays with the visual tension between chaos and order: the shape might be perceived as chaotic and out of angle, yet the construction is highly stabile.

Designer: Rainer Mutsch

Wave Shelving

Designer: Julien Vidame

Pulse Bookshelf

Designer: Måns Salomonsen

Movement Bookcase

Designer: Sungmin Hong

 Chaos Theory For Books

Designer: Kim Ji-hye

Second And a Half Dimension Shelves

Designer: Bjørn Jørund Blikstad

Hanging Books

Designer: Marianne van Ooi

When a Room Has No Rules

The shelf system consists of three parts that can be combined in different ways. The smallest part is only about 40cm high and the largest is one meter. They can be used as bookshelves, room dividers, art…anything you want them to be.

Designer: Andreas Hegert

Roll Up With a Good Book

Designer: Zhdanova Irina

The Line King

“Line” furniture system incorporates a work table, hanger, bookshelf, wine rack, CD rack, TV stand and lighting unit. The most important characteristic of “Line” is it being a no-break line.

Designer: Aykut Erol

Polar Bear Shelf

Designer: Ibride

Skateboard Shelf

Designer: unknown


Designer: unknown


Designer: Levitate

Malus Communis

Designer: Defact Studio

Icelandic Tree

Designer: Maria Yasko

Books On Earthquakes

This is how Barbie’s House looks like after earthquake.. Designer: Smansk


Designer: Maria Yasko


Designer: Maria Yasko

Milky Waterfall

Designer: Maria Yasko and Igor Marisko

Bookwave Hanging Storage

Designer: Julien Vidame

Collapsing Bookshelf

Designer: Parsy Debon

Bookshelf With a Bench

Designer: Stanislav Katz

Product Design

25 Creative Examples of Table Designs

Most table designs today usually are built for practical purposes and hold little creativity. Maybe we can change that and start designing more clever and creative table designs, if you’re looking for some unusual table designs to spice up your office or living areas, we’ve gathered 25 Creative Examples of Table Designs.

These 25 Creative Examples of Table Designs have been built and designed by fantastic industrial designers looking to create something new.


Balancing Table


A custom table made of maple, steel, and concrete. Donated to Montana State University for the Celebration of Architecture 2014. This creative table was designed by Steven Berkas, Zach George, Taylor Proctor.

Kitchen Folding Table



Project subject is folding table with some functional modules. The table has the possibility to transform like as Chinese fan. The user can change table configuration extensively. You will have the access to triangled boxes. You can replace them to opposite site of the table. Right and left table sides are food drawers. Drawer covers can be turned up-down and used as preparation boards. Cutting food will be removed into lower box accurately. Suggested construction will save working space and time. Transparent plastic was used for some parts of the table. The user can watch the content under the cover of the drawers. The quantity of functional modules can be different from two to four items. It depends on the preferences of the consumer. Designed by Olga Kalugina.

Retro Computer Table


This is a plate of mine in my furniture class in Industrial design. The theme of his design is retro furniture. Designed by Gerry Jeff Reyes.

Rising Table


Robert van Embricqs is fascinated by the esthetically pleasing, yet intricate complexity of the natural form. Finding inspiration for his designs in bone structure, plant life and movement.  Designed by Robert van Embricqs.

Bronx Dining Table


This table has a very old style industrial look, made with a  reclaimed boxcar oak top. The crank handles were moved to one side for effect. We build these to order and can custom the size, top, color, and many other details. The Bronx table, a unique design by Vintage Industrial in Phoenix.


A small table made in powder-painted metal, which overturns the concept of the artefact: in the legs, generated by the same geometry which regulates nature, the “frattali”, and in the surface printed with small falling leafs. Like an object left in the influence of nature changing its aesthetics. (link)


A square coffee table is divided by random cuts. These differ from timber tabletop and base, separated by uprights. The subdivided pieces serve as side tables of different shapes and dimensions (Designer: voonwong & bensonsaw)

Love Me

Domeau & Pérès designed a table which creates an illusion that it’s melting. (link)

Binary Table

By expanding the mathematical principles of the 1960s engineering tool Spirograph into 3-dimensions, and linking this with a newly developed computer programme and the latest 3D Printing technologies, its now as simple to create a table as it was drawing a spiral in the 1960s (Designer: Cohda Studio)

Ripple Table

Using sophisticated 3D milling processes and a variety of materials such as polished aluminum, clear polyester resin and a dash of aerospace engineering, Lee J. Rowland created the Ripple Series, tables that appear to stop time in its rippling tracks. (link)

Two Faced Table

Designer Dan McCabe describes his “Two Faced” coffee table as “strikingly modern”. (link)

Illusion table

Illusion is a handmade side table of 3 mm acrylic. All Illusion tables are handmade, individual and unique.The design gives the impression of a table cloth on a round table. However, the object uses the structural strength of the folded material to create a magical and surprising experience – an illusion. (Designer: Rafa Garcia)

My Crew Tables

My Crew is a table that is meant to be pieced together like panels for every usage imaginable. (Designer: Minus Tio)

Domino Table

A concept in motion, the Domino table lends new elegance to a classic exercise in physics and play. (link)

Brush Furniture

A few years ago, British designer Jason Taylor created a furniture set made to look like bristle brushes.

Dynamic Table

Chul an Kwak is a young korean designer who aims to inject furniture with dynamic emotion, breaking from the static norms.

Preciuos Famine

Designed by Toni Grilo for an exhibition in Paris, the Precious Famine coffee table is made entirely of kitchen utensils.

Wallnut And Grass

Designer Emily Wettstein uses reclaimed walnut and steel to craft each piece, and to make matters even cooler she incorporates a removable planter right into the center that can be filled with your choice of greenery.(link)

Rubik’s Cube Table

The Rubik’s Cube table is inspired by the classic toy we all grew up with…and still have today! Makes a great end table, or put two together as a coffee table. (link)

The Watch Table

Watch Table by Lee J. Rowland is a table in the shape of a wrist watch that actually functions. The table can switch between a Clock time mode that tells the time, or Message mode that displays text, with a maximum of 8 letters. (link)

Snowflake Tables

Beautiful snowflake shaped tables,Each and every table is unique. Literally. According to its manufacturers, Snowflakes is the world’s first furniture to be both mass produced and one-of-a-kind. The Corian tabletops are cut using a computer program that changes the pattern within set parameters for each table made. (Designer: Claesson Koivisto Rune for Offecct)

Tongue Table

Unique coffee table design inspired by the shape of tongue. (Designer: Louis Durot)

LED Coffee Table

The LEDs are only activated when they see movement. Undisturbed, they calm to a fluid and attractive twinkling (link)

Stink Tree

Where there once was a tree, there is now a coffee table.. take that nature! Paying homage to or simply mocking nature’s grandeur, the “Stink Tree” coffee table by Dylan Gold is a beautifully crafted furnishing inspired by the silhouette of the Tree-of-heaven, also known as ailanthus, Chinese sumac, stinking shumac or simply, the “Stink Tree.” (Designer: Dylan Gold)

Endless Table

The Endless Nile table is inspired by the slow and perpetual flow of the Nile river. This new design, while inspired by the past, deconstructs conventional table and seating concepts to recombine them in an original and contemporary solution.(Designer: Amr Helmy Designs).

Product Design

Unusual And Creative Fridge Magnets

When we think of Fridge Magnets, we usually image boring Fridge Magnets with little decoration and inspiration. Unusual And Creative Fridge Magnets can bring your boring kitchen to life if you’re living in a not so inspiring kitchen.

A refrigerator magnet or fridge magnet is an ornament, often whimsical, attached to a small magnet, which is used to post items such as shopping lists, child art or reminders on a refrigerator door, or which simply serves as decoration. Refrigerator magnets come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, and may have promotional messages placed on them. Refrigerator magnets are popular souvenir and collectable objects.

In this collection we bring you some beautiful Unusual And Creative Fridge Magnets Ideas, need some new fridge magnets for your fridge? or just looking for some Fridge magnet inspiration? Checkout these Unusual And Creative Fridge Magnets Ideas!

8-bit Superhero Pixelated Fridge Magnet Set

Fridge Magnet Ideas

Refrigerator Magnets-Iphone Icons

Unusual And Creative Fridge Magnet Ideas

Endo Magnet Clips

Creative Fridge Magnet Ideas

Japanese Traditional Food Fridge Magnets







Calender Magnets


Branch Magnet


Sushi Magnets




Rock Magnets


Tetris Fridge Madgets






Photoshop Magnets