April 29th, 2015

Archer Brighton has designed a line of lunch bags that you’ll actually want to take to the office. Bringing plastic bag lunches into work can be embarrassing, and eating out every day gets expensive. These sleek, affordable bags make bringing your own lunch enjoyable again. 

July 3rd, 2013

VoyVoy Clothing has created an oxford shirt that has a hidden cleaning cloth for phones and glasses.

March 5th, 2013

Everpurse charges your phone on the go! At night, place the purse on the charging mat and it is ready to use in the morning.

Reblogged from THE ORIENTAL TIGER
September 10th, 2012

“Meme is a fashionable, wearable concept camera and display that encourages users to snap, share, and wear their photos in an instant.

Meme’s 8 MP camera lets users quickly capture high resolution images in the moment. These pictures may be shown on the display, stored on the device, or transmitted to a phone. Users activate the camera by pushing a single button to capture an image. A double click activates an automatic photo capture mode, which takes photos at a predetermined interval. That way, users can document an entire party, performance, or sporting event with minimal effort.

The e-ink display uses the same technology as Amazon’s Kindle e-readers. It preserves battery life since it only draws power to change the image.  The 167 ppi, 32-bit grayscale display allows Meme to match any style while reproducing images without the distractions of a backlit screen – the display is visible in daylight, doesn’t distract in low light settings, and can be set and forgotten until the urge strikes to display another photo.”

July 4th, 2012

“For the first time since 1937, the aviator frame by Ray-Ban is now foldable. Meticulously designed, 8 hinges allow you to fold your sunglasses, making them easier to carry.”

April 18th, 2012

Digits by Brian Shy.

Don’t let the cold keep you from your connections! Digits are mini conductive pins that attach to the gloves you already love so you can use electronic touch screen devices, like smartphones and MP3 players, even when it’s below zero.

Reblogged from Amaranta | atnaramA
April 2nd, 2012

The Stroom shoe by Deborah Kiwi emphasizes minimalism, focusing on only the most basic and necessary parts of the sandal. Everything right down to the packaging is efficient, consistent, and stylish; while the shoe is only a concept, it would be great if interesting designs like this began to hit store shelves!

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