Japanese artist and designer Yukako Hihara has designed a pair of shoes that use the repulsive force of magnets to create the physical sense of ‘walking on the moon’.
We love Tryal a mini motorcycle designed by Erik Askin, the associate design director at New Deal Design in San Francisco, who designed this electric motorcycle with a triangular body.
We love Sony’s rebooted Aibo robot dog which is available for preorder in Japan and the U.S.A now
We love ‘Urbanized’ the bike designed with a focus on city-friendly functionality, developed in the UK,
We love the Microlino – a small, electric city car that is now legal to drive across European roads. Production starts this December with deliveries in Switzerland before entering the German market in 2019.
A massive billboard covers the front of a six-story office in the Swedish city Uppsala. It shows a photograph of two hands, in which eight small plates are placed creating a perfect hangout for birds.
We love Willow and Wilma from PLumen, LED filament bulbs that offer the super warm light of incandescents in 21st century silhouettes. Ideal for those who like the look of exposed filaments bulbs but want something fresh and original.
We Love Kvaern’s BMX-influenced electric bike which features a solar-powered charging pack.The bike can accelerate from 0 to 15 mph in 4.5 seconds, and makes use of a torque sensor that varies the electrical assist to suit riding conditions.
Raf Simons has collaborated with Eastpack for a series of futuristic Blade Runner-inspired backpacks. The SS18 collection merges this with industrial design elements with hopes of providing an alternative interpretation of asian street culture.
We Love Saint Laurent’s collab with Polaroid for their iconic SX-70 instant camera.
We Love Blossom. Blossom is a completely new kind of social robot in a collaboration between Cornell University and Google ZOO’s creative technology team.
We Love the bikes that Recycle produce. Recycle are an italian artisanal workshop.
We love the Solectrike, a vehicle sharing system and future mobility concept that is specially designed for seaside towns
Recently contemporary artist Tom Sachs teamed up with Nike to present an artisanal capsule collection, NIKECraft.
We love these camera paper sculptures by Seoul-based artist Lee Jihee. Lee is interested in how the technology of the time effected the design of the camera. He uses colourful paper to accentuate the form.
Designed by Royal College of Art graduate Elena Larriba, Vycle is a pedal-powered, vertical transportation system that offers a space-saving alternative to lifts and stairs.
Mini Remastered combines the iconic Sixties car’s looks with coachbuilding construction, modern technology and luxury hand-finished materials.
We Love the Scrooser, an electric scooter that gives people the chance to ride without the need for a license or helmet.
We Love these Jellyfish Vases designed by Japanese studio Nendo.
Yves Béhar’s studio Fuseproject has created a TV for Samsung that looks like a framed artwork when hung on the wall.
Richard Clarkson has created The Cloud a levitating, motion-triggered, music-activated, visual speaker you can have in your home.
The electric Gi FlyBike is very easy to fold, it can be done in one motion
German illustrator Maria Emmrich has designed ‘Manufaktur Eins’, a space-saving magazine system beehive. The beehive has been designed so you can use it in gardens, on a roof terrace, in the workplace or even on a balcony.
Benjamin Hubert of experience design agency Layer has designed a new living collection in close collaboration with Moroso