Cut off by a railway and a highway on both sides, this skatepark’s terrain is inspired by restriction and release. Read more here.
Whether you’re a cyclist, a jogger, or just walking around your neighborhood at night, safety is key. Instead of sporting one of those ugly (no offense) orange or yellow reflecting vests, how about something that you can incorporate into your own wardrobe? Sweden-based designer Angella Mackey worked for two years with Kate Hartman and the Toronto-based Social Body Lab to create Vega Edge, a small and stylish light that easily works with whatever you’re already wearing.
Whether it’s nighttime and you have the Vega Edge on or it’s during the day and it’s switched off, the device looks good. It’s small enough to look like a cool accessory but effective enough to put off enough light to keep you safe at night.
Vega Edge is made of laser-cut leather that has a thin strip of retro-reflective fabric integrated into it, along with a circuit board that lights it up.
The super strong magnets let you attach it to your garment or bag in a mere seconds. Simply move it to your next outfit when you change your clothes.
It may be hard to believe, but this stunning sculpture was carved from a single piece of wood. Artist Stefanie Rocknak, who you may remember as the creator of that ghostly Edgar Allan Poe sculpture, is behind this fascinating figurative work. Slightly …
I’ve seen a clock similar to the Swing Baton telling the time, however I find the application to managing the traffic system quite fascinating. Predictably, the baton is used to guide the traffic and avoid congestion. What is perky about it is the creative way the colorful signals are displayed.
Designers: Chih Wei Lai & Chi Wang
The drastic change in the way people consume media has stirred up the argument that TV as we knew it is dead. But while prime-time ratings have dipped since the rise of services like Netflix and solid programming from networks such as AMC and HBO,…