Iris.

 

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.

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Melvin the (miniature) Machine.

 

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.

NTL.

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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