A 3D printed wearable design allows users to open and close a multi-material 3D printed shade over the eyes with brainwaves alone.
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A 3D printed dress inspired by petals, feathers, and scales, that's made of interconnected elements that look like cascading petals.
At first glance, you might not suspect that this vase pulls double duty, but it subtly disguises another use besides holding flowers.
Campeggi, well-known for their seating that's sometimes a bit outside the box, has released a new series of products that don't disappoint.
A delicious typography collaboration that involved 3D models of honey dippers and real honey.
The Air Bonsai uses magnets to levitate small bonsai trees nearly an inch above a handmade ceramic base.
What happens when you have 215,158 LEGO bricks, 1000 hours, and a team of 12 people? A life-sized, realistic caravan gets built.
Using only soft urethane foam, NIGHTSHOP is making carpets that are created by "drawing" with foam-filled syringes full of colors.
We revisit 2015 to show you the top 10 Home Furnishings posts, from the coolest baby cradles to swinging outdoor loungers.
When it comes to Style + Fashion, we cover it all here at Design Milk - take a look to see which posts were the most popular in 2015.
2015 brought us a series of monthly delectable treats and visual ideas from Pinch Food Design, who merge food and food design ideas.
Designer furniture made up of simple lines that serve three basic household functions.
Condom packaging fashioned after fruits and vegetables, designed to help wearers find the best fit by corresponding girth.
A furniture textile made from various currencies around the world.
YO! Home is a convertible apartment that will BLOW. YOUR. MIND.
A multifunctional side table that gives you options along with some removable naughtiness.