Each Christmas and birthday, I struggle to find a gift request to provide as pretty much all that I need in life, I have already bought myself. But this year, my Christmas will be incomplete if I do not get one of these Home Conveyor Sushi train sets by TOMY.
Creating personalised jewellery for her clients, Doctor Yi Zhou offers you the chance to wear plaster casts of your nose, ears, fingers or belly button. If you would like to have one of your body parts immortalised as jewellery, you can find the doctor at one of her pop-up Body Memory clinics.
Design studio Nervous System offer a customisable 4D printed dress which is made to measure. The 4-D printing technology has moved on from traditional 3D printing which is for stiff plastic products. The Kinematics Cloth products are designed for comfortable wearing and to enhance your natural body measurements.
When designer Stuart Tolley invited creative giants from throughout the artistic industries to produce a limited edition cover for his book “Collectors Edition: Innovative Packaging and Graphics“, he got a good response.
Hand drawn editions came back from The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne, Jessica Hische, The Designer’s Republic, Stanley Donwood, photographer Alec Soth, Oliver Jeffers, Peter Gabriel, Nick Cave and Sir Paul McCartney.
All the proceeds from the auction of these Cover Bomb series of Collectors Edition went to the Alzheimer’s Society. You can buy your own copy of the standard book here.
Unstuck is designed to assist in the thought process where creativity and decision making requires a helping hand. Following the success of it’s Unstuck App, the developers decided to look into other mediums in which to provide the benefits of the app to help unblock creative dead ends. The result was a deck of Unstuck playing cards which replicate the experience of the original web-based app.
The pointing finger has been a staple of graphic design iconography probably since the profession began. If you don’t believe that this graphic element is a friendly authority which we cannot live without then check out the flickr page dedicated to the infamous manicule.
Making fun of corporate jargon invented by the corporate world to project an image of greater importance attached to their role, Pentagram’s promotional card for 2015 is a visual and verbal poem incorporating terms such as: Big kahuna, Game Changer, Column Shaker, etc …..