Category: Art & Design

This category caters to geek who loves eye catching
futuristic designs, modern industrial designs, futuristic concepts, and creative homemade things for better future

Cardboard Surfboard glides on ocean water without any damage

Cardboard Surfboard

Normally a surfboard would be made from strong, robust material that is capable of taking on the wrath of nature. But, if I told you that a surfboard made out of cardboard and paper could be strong enough to bear the brunt, then you’ll think I’m insane. In fact, I’m not, as Ernest Packing Solutions working in association with blokes over at Signal Snowboards have come up with a honeycomb like cardboard design for a surfboard that can take on any kind of ocean waves and after a grueling session of riding the waves, sit in your living room.
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Suitsy – One piece business suit zips up for that classy look

Suitsy business suit by Jesse Herzog

Jesse Herzog, a real estate expert who has worked with a San Francisco, CA firm for the past 10 years has got into the habit of being well-dressed in a business suit for meeting clients and influential people in the city. This prompted him to come up with the idea of making a business suit that is easy to wear and doesn’t require you to stand in front of the mirror for long durations. He calls it the Suitsy and thinks that this piece of modern clothing will revolutionize the apparels market, simply due to the ease with which you can wear it.
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World’s first live concert with 3D printed instruments held in Sweden

World’s First 3D Printed Live Concert

World’s First 3D Printed Live Concert

Olaf Diegel, a professor at Lund University in Sweden is a well-known figure when it comes to the creation of 3D printed musical instruments. His 3D printing work includes guitars, a keyboard, drum kits and recently he has completed the very first 3D printed saxophone. However, his work isn’t limited to construction process of these unique musical instruments, recently he produced the world’s first musical concert that was performed using 3D printed musical instruments. Featuring band members from the University’s Malmö Academy of Music, the concert took place at the Lund University.

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Spaxels – Fleet of Quadcopters spell-bound with their 3D light show

Spaxels light painting quadcopters by Ars Electronica

Quadcopters can be used for n number of tasks; right from surveillance to rescue operations. But the team of robotics over at Ars Electronica have given them a new dimension of light painting art too. Called as Spaxels, you might take the swarm of these 30 quadcopters for UFOs, as they take to the skies in pitch dark to create complex 3D shapes in the air. Although you cannot identify the art being put-forth by the naked eye, but later on when you see it on a camera with long exposure, the art comes to the forte.
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Oculus Technologies to launch Odyss infotainment device at Monaco Yacht Show

Odyss by Oculus Technologies

Oculus Technologies is a Netherlands based company which specializes in software and hardware development of infotainment products for luxury environments. The company has added a new device to its range of infotainment product in the form of Odyss. A bespoke devices for journey intelligence, Odyss will be launched by Oculus Technologies at Monaco Yacht Show. Encompassed in a timeless design, the device complements the yachting experience of the owners and guests along with elegantly sharing its intelligence. Odyss reveals, informs and puts you in control. Its intelligence, intuitive LeatherTouch interaction and inventive technology enriches every aspect of time spent onboard.
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Driverless concept car by Dominic Wilcox for the year 2059

Dominic Wilcox Mini driverless concept car with stained glass

One look at this strange looking vehicle and you’ll assume that it has something to with the future of automation. And you are right, as this driverless glass car prototype designed by Dominic Wilcox for the Dezeen and Mini Frontiers exhibition, during the London Design Festival managed to attract many on-lookers. Dominic has a view that by the year 2059, driverless cars that are self-automated will be much safer than cars driven by drivers. Therefore, this will make sure there are no safety equipment like airbags or roll-cage inside the Mini car chassis as the car will be a living space on wheels.
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Jaguar’s last XE teaser is a Word Cloud Sculpture at London Design Museum

jaguar art

Jaguar has come up with a creative and clever idea to attract audience and outshine rivals vehicles like BMW 3 Series, Mercedes C-Class, and Audi A4.
Jaguar’s last teaser of its new XE model comes as a World Cloud Sculpture at showcase at the London Design Museum. Jaguar XE is due to be revealed on September 8, 2014, and will start selling in 2015. Read More…

Legendary industrial designer Marc Newson joins Apple team

Marc Newson, Bono, and Jonathan Ive.

Apple has recently been busy staffing up.  Apple had earlier acquired Beast Music, then hired Angela Ahrendts, a former Burberry C.E.O., Yves Saint Laurent’s Paul Deneve, and Nike’s Ben Shaffer. The legendary industrial designer Marc Newson is the new gem in the designer collection of Apple. Newson is one of the most celebrated industrial designers, and his range of product designs varies from shoes to jetpacks, clothing, automotive, furniture etc. He is well known for his versatility in designs. Especially, his bent towards biomorphism in styling has been well admired. Read More…

Watch-out for Twitter powered Selena Gomez NEO Runaway fashion show

Adidas NEO Fashion Event Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez, who is making great waves in the American acting and singing arena is now all set to rock the world with her latest fashion show powered by you. Yes, you heard it right, you will be the one to power up all the elements of this fashion show a.k.a NEO Runaway for her new collection with Adidas NEO. Everything from the hair and makeup to the styling and music chosen for this fashion show will be voted on Twitter, considering the amount of retweets and favorites on each idea. So, basically it’s the audience that will decide how the show goes forward, and that is downright cool.
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