This concept idea for a camera was developed by product designer/mechanical engineer Mimi Zou. The camera works using biometric technology and interacting with human behaviour. For example, if you narrow or widen your eye, the lens will copy; when you blink a picture is taken. The concept also instantly tags people in the photographs which can then be transferred to files via wi-fi, or copied to an SD card. Pretty clever stuff.
After the massive success of HeyHeyHey‘s first Melvin, people from all over the world requested that they could see it, the only solution: a travelling Melvin (that ‘sends’ postcards). I absolutely adore the different scale of the Melvins, especially the ‘pocket size’ version-it makes the machine feel all the more precious. Wonderful.
I realise these are quite old now but I came across them today and think they’re a lovely idea. Designed by Spanish artist Arantxa Reus.
Wow! This is brilliant, imagine when this is fully developed, you could literally point and shoot at any time.
Just something I had to share, absolutely brilliant. (I do have more creative talks on the way).
Branding project for The National. A collaboration from Papercut and Love & War. Looking at it, I wouldn’t straight away think it was for a restaurant, but when applied to the correct format (as seen after the jump), it’s a wonderful piece of design, certainly cathces the eye. I love the abbreviation of ‘National’ too, very flexible.
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The identity design for Capital Kitchen is so simple but holds much personality, there is clearly a running theme of everything being neat and uncomplicated, possibly a reflection of the company itself. I really love the quirky toilet signs too. Designed by http://www.cornwell.com.au/.
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This awesome piece of packaging was designed by Envision for Kohberg in order to raise money and awareness for The Danish Cancer Society who help fight breast cancer. A very eye-catching piece and certainly different.
Great Advertising from French Paper. The planes are actually able to fly and are brilliantly designed with a variety of colours and laetterpressed. Click here to find out more.