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URI Prof designing DIY clothing line for space travelers

Out of the box thinking is not a common thing to be found but it is not impossible as well. There are people in this world who try to bring some different changes with their innovative ideas and Karl Aspelund happens to be one such person. Karl happens to be the design professor working at URI and he is presently doing a research based on

July 6th, 2013 0 comments Industrial Design

Six most unusual yet interesting laptop bags

Laptops have become such an important part of lives that it is virtually difficult to imagine life without them. Whether you are a student or a business magnate, carrying a laptop is mandatory. But have you ever wondered that laptop bags can be widely unusual yet interestingly stylish. If not, then check this out

Koo laptop bag is spacious and oddly stylish. You might not

July 2nd, 2013 3 Comments Industrial Design, Uncategorized

Six space saving bike racks for compact places

Bicycle rides are one of the most efficient ways to travel and stay fit and healthy while living in overcrowded and polluted cities or say large metropolises, but living and parking spaces are scarce. Here is a list of six space saving bike racks that are just perfect for compact places:

Geometric bicycle brackets designed by Reclamation Art & furniture offer you amazing wall mounted

June 29th, 2013 0 comments Industrial Design

Seven amazing yacht concepts we wish to be real

You have seen a lot of upgrade in road transport, from high tech cars to superfast bikes. Sadly, water transport hasn't evolved much since the advent of submarines. Some luxury yachts were introduced earlier, but with slow economic growth they failed to hit the commercial market. As now the market looks much healthier with upcoming growth prospects, naval architects and designers are busy suggesting some impressive yacht

June 29th, 2013 0 comments Industrial Design

The future of design in Asia- brands must be adventurous

Innovative design is indeed the key to success for every brand now-a-days. Huge companies such as Apple owe their success to the innovative designs and their involvement in their business model. Apple is one company where you can see wonderful and innovative designs and that is what has inspired the other brands as well. Almost every brand across the globe is trying hard to take

June 20th, 2013 0 comments Industrial Design

Jaguar concept art embodies future design language

After looking at it the first reaction would be to address it as the strangest concept vehicle ever. But Jaguar does not definitely think so as when it revealed the all new art installation as one of the parts of Clerkenwell Design Week held in London it addressed it as a vision of Jaguar’s future design language. This particular design is manufactured by students of

June 18th, 2013 0 comments Industrial Design

Rescue yourself with MEDIC first aid kit!

First Aid has just gone techie. Folks at Esther Krupp Design have come up with an innovation – a first aid kit that aims to rescue you in a critical situation. Using this kit, you can treat your own injuries single-handedly. Ideally named MEDIC, the kit is designed for feasibility.

The usual First Aid kits are so designed that in case of an injury, you

June 8th, 2013 0 comments Industrial Design

Design changes approved for Dunkin Donuts

Dunkin Donut is a very well renowned American doughnut firm and also a coffee house chain located in Canton of Massachusetts. William Rosenberg had established this company in the year 1950 in Quincy. Almost half of the company’s business is on doughnut and coffee sales. Lee Krohn, who is the zoning administrator and planning director of this firm, had recently said that they took all

June 1st, 2013 0 comments Industrial Design

Yoshiaka’s magic in Milan’s design week-find it out!

Tokujin Yoshioka is very famous designer, who was born on 20th January, 1967. Most of his works are a part of MoMA and the Hewitt Museum of New York. This great designer is in fact considered as the master of materials throughout the world. Some of his collections are also part of the Albert and Victoria museums in London. This simple and plain personality is

May 23rd, 2013 0 comments Industrial Design

5 latest recliner designs inspired from 3D

Modernity is seeking new ways to give our lives a 3-D angle. Latest among these ways is arrival of clothing of 3-D printing. Before too, 3-D have been used in various applications worldwide. This was just them getting more reception in other sectors. 3-D prints lack flexibility and are composed of plastic. If one adorns garment of 3-D print then their movements become restricted. If

May 21st, 2013 0 comments Industrial Design

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