A reality-jarring exhibition of a meticulously crafted a TSA airport security checkpoint made entirely out of sculpted wood.
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An entomological bio-feedback jewelry collection taps into the human body as an energy source.
This chair takes the phrase "sitting on the edge of your seat" to a whole new level.
Masks made out of a thin plywood that illustrate the connection between humans and animals.
Screw sitting up straight - find what's comfortable for you with this moldable seat.
Imagine tagging every photo you've taken with any smell. The oPhone DUO and oSnap app is close to making sending scented messages a reality.…
This wearable piece of sculpture makes you more aware of how your data exposes you, literally and figuratively.
AirType is changing the way we type with a keyboardless keyboard.
This machine brings cooking to a digital platform, allowing up to five chefs to cook together around the world.
Pixelated panties that were inspired by 8-bit video games of the 1980s.
Stools that are made when polyurethane foam is poured into the cracks of the stool's wooden form and then expands.
A new approach to sunglasses where they're laser cut out of 100% wood, meaning no lenses required!
Studio Banana has designed the Kangaroo Light, a hexagon-shaped, flexible light that's also portable.
Adobe challenged Sagmeister & Walsh to design logos and they turned it into a fun, 5-part game show challenge.
Believe it or not, these 3D lamps are actually flat.
Matali Crasset joins two things we spend the most time doing - sleeping and working - into one delightful design.