From Yanko Design, this is a very simple yet clever way to organise those pesky paperclips. You place paperclips around the egg in order to balance and protect it. How cute. The designer does also state that if something does manage to hatch, then you should contact him.
This quirky clock from Westergaards is designed to teach children the time in a fun and inventive way. As the hand moves to every hour, a new animal is ‘released’ into view, showing that learning the time doesn’t have to be boring. The clock is made from a powder coated mild steel and can be bought at the above website.
If you don’t like the glass back on your iPhone, then why not go for one of these? A German company called Eden is offering wooden veneers which can replace the original glass on your iPhone 4/4s. The FSC certified wood is available in different varieties and can be put into place in 3 minutes using the screwdriver provided. There’s something so beautiful about mixing natural materials with technology, and this way you can ensure that your iPhone will be individual.
Lytro is an exiting new camera with some amazing technology, shortly to be released. The Lytro lets you capture and share what you see in an entirely new way. Unlike ordinary cameras, the Lytro records the entire light field, cpaturing all rays of light travelling in every direction through a scene. This means that you can endlessly refocus your images, after they have been taken!
I recommend visiting their website where you can try out this technology in their sample gallery (Go on, it’s fun!).
With the ever decreasing size of flash drives, Logical Art visualises the abstract space of electronic memory. Since flash drives are becoming smaller, the hollow area implies ‘invisible technology’. The different versions of the flash drive include Structure, a geometric frame and Transparency, a capped style, both intended to represent jewellery.