Take a peek into the beautiful and shadowy miniaturized world of Anastassia Elias! Crafted elegantly into paper towel rolls, each scenery promptly reflects the mood the artist tries to convey. Be it the classroom or the market or jungle or even a parlor, each of the setting keeps you mesmerized as if there’s a tale to be told.
Check out this 3 String Cigar Box Guitar made by Michael Squier. A combination of both acoustic and electric, each guitar is handmade from genuine cigar box and meant to be played. You could even listen how it sounds at squierdesign.
‘Going green’ is an important topic across all large corporations. Wasting paper in offices is a big and sensitive issue for a lot of people. Just to make things a bit better, here’s a concept printer from designer Sharsha Lee from Liteon Technology Corp. The Eco Printer will use specialized ink consisting of photographic materials that will completely disappear when placed under UV radiation.
Why do you think a company should go so bold and clear about using the message ‘Stop The Water While Using Me!‘ on a toothpaste tube? It definitely is a reminder of our careless wastage habits, when we can make a difference by a simple act, which is turning off the water when it’s not in use.
Recycling can obviously turn discarded things to something useful as well as beautiful. The proof is right before your eyes. This colorful hanging parrot is actually a gorgeous planter called the Paradise Planter which has been crafted from a recycled tire. You simply have to add some soil, place the plant and let it hang from a hook to get the awesome hanging garden brighten your patio or balcony.
Toshiba, along with KDDI has developed the world’s first solar-powered e-book reader. Called the Biblio Leaf, the device has a solar panel built-in and features a 6-inch E-Ink display. Toshiba promises that the Biblio Leaf will allows you to read 25 books, or 7,500 pages, on just a single charge.
Pure Water Bottle is a device that filters dirty water from any water source and makes it potable. Designed by Timothy Whitehead, it is capable of cleansing water from its impurities with size up to 4 microns and sterilizing the water in a matter of two minutes.
Does it look like an igloo of the tropics? It is indeed a shelter and in fact is the dwelling of a graduate student named Daihai Fei who (with some assistance) built this unique economical home for under $1000.00.
What you see above is a Rain Poncho that is made of potato starch and is completely biodegradable. When you are done, you can just plant it instead of throwing it away. The package even comes with several seeds of Mediterranean shrubs.