Tuesday, 21 July 2009
The E-lamp lets you express your thoughts and feelings with every flash. An acronym for emotions, the E-lamp can be used to preserve all your moods with the wonder and power of its illumination. With an inner assembly of aluminum elbows and outer body of polyurethane, the E-lamp is shock-proof and water resistant, offering great safety for its users. Suiting your mood, you can alter its intensity, color, temperature and angle of spread with the help of rings present at the end of the lamp.It also allows you to choose the desirable light, confirming the best reading light or warm light for cool places. You can choose between romantic, happy, despair and any emotion from the bunch of available E-presets. Based on LED technology, with a hi-tech structure and functions, this lamp offers immense flexibility and adaptability. The powerful suction caps at both the ends assist you in fixing it over concrete as well as brick wall. With its astounding battery backup of 20 hours, with just 2 hours of charging, the E-lamp is best for energy saving, without the need to change its bulb for 20 years. This highly portable lamp can be used as a desk lamp, camping lamp, car lamp emergency lamp and even for decoration. With this E-lamp you can light up your surroundings as well as your emotions.
Thursday, 16 July 2009
Alexey Titarnko was born in Russia and received his Master of Fine Arts degree from the Department of Cinematic and Photographic Art in 1983 and since become a well known photographer. His work is featured in many european and american museums and has had many exhibitions throughout his career.
Saturday, 11 July 2009
Friday, 10 July 2009
Monday, 6 July 2009
Jamie Wieck designed this rather unusual business card to create an impression and stand out. The growing business card grows into a nice little plant of cress or sprouting alfalfa when watered.
This is such a clever little idea to use to make you business card stand out, especially when it's becoming more difficult for graduates to find jobs after study. This is getting me thinking about how I can make my business card stand out when I have to make one next year!!!
Saturday, 4 July 2009
We thought you might like to know what we stand for so here's a brief insight into some of the things we value. We aim to:Explore and experiment with new materials and manufacturing processes whilst simultaneously expressing our distinct personalities within the products that are created.Be receptive to developments in arts, fashion and lifestyles and take inspiration from diverse and multi cultural reference points.Create new connections within different creative mediums, encouraging cross disciplinary interaction between genres.Develop emotive and thought provoking ideas by addressing the simplicity of our designs, their inherent functionality and the impact they have on our environment.Develop a highly regarded British brand, working with the next generation of British designers alongside a selection of highly skilled British manufacturers.
Thursday, 2 July 2009
One of the nominees for the D&AD Student Awards 2009 for the HP open brief. The other 2 nominees I don't like so much.
These can be found at http://studentawards.dandad.org/2009/categories/26/open-brief-2
Fortum and Mason 3D Product Design Brief nominee: