What’s that for? No idea but might be useful in the future. The Skin Safe Conductive Ink was developed by Royal College of Art students Becky Pilditch, Matt Johnson, Isabel Lizardi and Bibi Nelson. It is a non-toxic body paint that conducts electricity, transfering electricity after it is been painted on the bare skin. More pictures after the jump. Continue reading “Skin Safe Conductive Ink lets electric flows on your skin”
Take a look at the Lexus LF-A with transparent acrylic shell. It was shown at some car show, for display only obviously. But if there’s a universal acrylic shell in production, that will be great, you will see glowing cars on road at night.
Lexus has referred to this project as an exploration of “L-Finesse” design language, and has tastefully named the art piece Crystallized Wind.
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This is the Citroën Karin from 1980 by Trevor Fiore. I see, this is the imagination of future car in the 80s. There are 3 seats inside. The front looks a bit like the Honda Integra. More pictures after the jump. Continue reading “Citroën Karin from 1980 by Trevor Fiore”
It’s funny but it’s creative. These are Jason Taylor‘s productions – Scrub Together, Lazy Cleaner Stools and Imagine Brush Table. They are available now for order. More picture after the jump. Continue reading “Scrub Together, Lazy Cleaner Stools and Imagine Brush Table by Jason Taylor”
Abisko Washbasin from Eumar is totally a new concept. Instead of flowing to that pipe hole, it flows through sculptural piece to the floor like a fountain. This concept is inspired by the unspoilt waterfalls of the Swedish National Park Abisko. More pictures after the jump. Continue reading “Abisko Washbasin from Eumar”