NEW to dtail – EMOJIES

February 1, 2012

Let us present to you dtail’s own brand new product – emojies!

It began as a university project to encourage more people to play ping pong, transforming plain ping pong balls to adorable emoticon faces.

dtail has now developed this concept into a brand and it is only available here at the…


Leaf Illustrations | Plant for the Planet

January 31, 2012

Beautiful Leaves


Origami Animals by Jeremy Cool

January 31, 2012

The Australian designer jeremy cool created these realistic animals just by using paper. wonderful origami art that he presents us….

Flat Panel Anglepoise

Flat Panel Anglepoise Lamps Are the Future

January 30, 2012

How do you fit a humongoid Anglepoise lamp in your home? Reduce it down to two-dimensions and pack it full of LEDs, of course. Forged of birch and steel, Giles Godwin-Brown’s Nepa Lamp will sit flat on a wall, or spin out into the third dimension and totally screw with…


Empty Memory by Logical Art

January 22, 2012

This jewelry collection utilizes USB memory sticks as the medium. Dubbe, “Empty Memory,” this collection is designed by London-based Logical Art. The company is founded by Hanhsi Chen and Yookyung Shin in 2011 after their graduation from the Royal College of Art. The pieces are cast from stainless steel, and…


Riusuke Fukahori Paints Three-Dimensional Goldfish Embedded in Layers of Resin

January 20, 2012

First: watch the video. Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori paints three-dimensional goldfish using a complex process of poured resin. The fish are painted meticulously, layer by layer, the sandwiched slices revealing slightly more about each creature, similar to the function of a 3D printer. I really enjoy the rich depth of…

lego tree

Tianjin West Railway Station

November 11, 2011

Construction for the ‘tianjin west railway station’ by hamburg-based gmp architekten has recently completed in tianjin, china. positioned 130 kilometers southwest of beijing, this hub will become a new stop on the high speed line between the capital city and shanghai in addition to providing connections to the regional and…


The Colour Changing Sculpture

October 7, 2011

Lexus commissioned NONdesigns to build a sculptural representation of the CT 200h vehicle, which is being exhibited in events around the United States. NONdesigns “created a pixilated interpretation of the compact premium hybrid that treats viewers to the two personalities of the vehicle. [I.e.] When viewers walk around the installation,…


iTableous table looks like a large iPhone 4

September 29, 2011

German engineer Benjamin Bachmeier spent 6 months building a replica of the iPhone 4 which he calls the ‘iTabelous’ or ‘iTable’ which is equipped with a 40-inch 920 x 1080 Toyota LCD screen and a computer powered by a Zotac Ionitx processor….


Twisted Pencil by Giha Woo

September 27, 2011

Korean designer Giha Woo creates an organizer which is built from an elongated angular pencil that’s twisted and forged into a rectangular stand….


Write a Bike by Juri Zaech

September 20, 2011

This takes personalization to a whole new level.

Write a Bike concept by Paris-based designer Juri Zaech….


AMIGOS Animal Desk Organizer by Vacavaliente

September 15, 2011

Crazy for small little things? The AMIGOS Animal Desk Organizer Series will definitely make you love it or hate it. AMIGOS are handcrafted leather desk organizer, with silly animal shapes that will turn your desktop into lively landscapes or should i say safari? You will love them because they are…


Felt Mouse concept by Joey Roth

June 21, 2011

A com puter mouse made from wool felt, teak, and alu minum. More on Gadget-​​o…


London 2012 Olympic Torch by Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby

June 13, 2011

The London 2012 Olympic Torch by designers Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby was unveiled in London yester day morning. Made from a golden aluminium alloy, the triangular torch symbolizes the 3 Olympic values​​: respect, excellence and friendship….


Sorapot by Joey Roth

December 7, 2010

Sorapot is a unique, modern teapot. Its architectural shape and simple functionality bring tea’s quiet beauty into sharp focus. Made from 304 stainless steel, borosilicate glass (Pyrex), and food-grade silicone, it articulates the ritual of tea making in a thoroughly modern way….


Snow Sculptures

November 29, 2010



November 8, 2010

This facade changes continuously; each day, each hour shows a new “face” – the facade is turning into a dynamic sculpture. …

Watch This Foam Printer Churn Out Beautiful Man-Made Clouds

September 15, 2010

At IFA in Berlin, one clever company pumped up business for themselves by bringing along a foam printer. The result: gorgeous, ethereal letters floating high into the sky….


Troika’s palindromic, kinetic sign for the V&A Museum

September 10, 2010

Troika’s newly installed two-way sign for the V&A museum in London is simple, quiet, and mind-boggling all at the same time, “a kinetic object consisting of three revolving parts, together forming the V&A monogram. With each half turn, the monogram de-constructs and reconnects itself turning into a mirrored palindrome.”…


Things Organized Neatly

August 20, 2010

I agree with Frank Chimero, Things Organized Neatly is fueling my fussy neurosis in just the right way….


Push and Grab

August 19, 2010

This is a rather unique sort of table and drawers situation if you ask me. This is a project whipped up by designer Nenad Kostadinov and what it consists of is a curved table with rotating drawers. Rotating! No more silly pulling and shoving for you, nay! Now there’s lots…


The Tread 1 by Devon Works

August 6, 2010

Tread 1 by Devon Works is inspired by motorcycles and industrial conveyor belts as you can see….


Now That’s A Spicy Egg

July 21, 2010

Designer Mike Flache has a wonderful aesthetic and a pleasing sense of humor. The Spice Egg is a magnetic salt cellar and pepper pot made of stainless chromium steel. Inspired by hundreds of mouth watering breakfasts around the world, he transformed the natural shape of a simple egg into a…


Enterbay’s Bruce Lee Figure

July 16, 2010

On November 27th, we will see the 70th birthday celebration of martial-arts and movie celebrity, Bruce Lee. Known for his lightning quick speed and undeniable heart of a dragon, his attacks took the world by storm to the point where he became an action movie star. Enterbay created a 1/4…


40-Foot Optimus Prime Transforms Beijing Skyline

July 16, 2010

Visitors to China’s Green Dream Park—not far from the 2008 Olympics’ “Bird’s Nest” stadium—are currently being greeted by a 40-foot tall, six ton Optimus Prime made from five truckloads of car and truck spare parts….


MB&F Thunderbolt

July 14, 2010

The new MB&F Horlogical Machine No. 4 aka Thunderbolt is totally out of this world. Made of a sapphire and titanium case that measures 54mm wide x 52mm long x 24mm high. I absolutely love the profile view of the machine and how it mounts to the strap….


2010 Red Dot Winner: Orizuru Chair

July 13, 2010

Designed by Ken Okuyama for Tendo Co., Ltd., the Orizuru chair was inspired by origami paper cranes. The chair won a product design Red Dot award for 2010….


Auditorium Toys

July 7, 2010

Designer Brad Denboer couldn’t quite find the toys he dreamed about so he decided to build them himself. Auditorium Toy Co. was founded with the intention of celebrating the elegance of simple designs fabricated by historical craftsmanship.

Auditorium Toys are of superb quality. They are unique toys that are quiet, timeless,…

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