Below you’ll find the most popular designs we’ve tracked over the last 30 days – an overview of designs you shouldn’t have missed in February 2018.
Made from polished precious minerals, the DeskSpace is your entire solar system (Sun excluded) on your desk, arranged in linear order, comprising every planet made from the appropriately selected gemstone. Buy now!
Integrated into the end of the pen, a finger fidget mechanism allows users to turn the wheels, press buttons and feel the intaglio to their subconscious heart’s content!
The @Table features a crank and loosely connected slats that can be rolled up or rolled out to save space or make room for more people!
Red is a semi-autonomous machine with a nearly unlimited number of heavy duty applications from forestry to construction thanks to its shape-shifting design.
Built from reclaimed industrial files, the Kiridashi by OriginHG features a small pocket-friendly design and even a nice knurled grip, courtesy the industrial file’s abrasive surface.
Aptly named the Logitech Lapdesk, it explores the integration of a stylus/tablet combination directly into the laptop body. It’s a perfect portable solution for graphic designers, artists, architects and anyone else who works with creative software.
Completely 3D printed from steel, the matte black Torq cracks walnuts with ease. Just place them in the concavity marked by the design detail and twist the key down.
Designed to maximize your last-mile commute, the Praxis bicycle is both aptly named for the axis on which it conveniently folds down to half its normal size.
Simple, sensible, and small, the FOCX Smart Wallet ticks all the correct boxes.
Designed as a peripheral attachment to your IOS or Android smartphone, it snaps on in an instant and works by translating thermal energy (infrared light) into a visible image on your phone.
I hate the notch. I see it as a necessity, and I acknowledge its presence (with red-hot hatred), and I’m sure you do too, but I promise you from this moment onward, you’ll look at it differently. Very differently. Not a single radius was a true radius, and the notch you look at was in fact, an inverted trapezoid.
The Sensor Controlled Swimming Safety Device sits around your neck, and will trigger when it comes in contact with water, but even comes with a manual trigger.
The Energy Tape concept pushes the limits of portable solar power by offering a reusable strip that works a lot like a roll of tape!
As if the Scandinavian landscape couldn’t get any prettier, imagine experiencing it from a cozy little pod on the back of your 4×4.
This awe-inspiring design comes with a pretty nifty looking cam mechanism that allows the blade to rotate on a completely different axis as compared to switchblades/folding-blades.
The collection consists of a flexible magnetic healing pad that can be placed around any limb or muscle, a massaging wrap for soothing aches, and pressure clips for restoring qi energy.
The Method 143 is the first concept production motorcycle featuring a carbon fiber mono-cell chassis.
Just when we thought Wool & Oak’s iconic 6-in-1 modular bag couldn’t get better, this happened. Our favorite shape shifting Duffle Backpack returns in a water and weather resistant avatar… and at half the price! Buy now!
The Honey Strip lets you plug individual points into one another to create an extension board.
This scooter with oversized front tire and itty bitty back tire deliver a cool, contrasting aesthetic but they’re also functional as the compact back tire fits into the frame when folded.
The Apple Glasses are a conceptual pair of AR glasses that marry AR technology (an area Apple is a pioneer in now) along with product design that’s truly representative of what Apple stands for.
The Volt takes portable charging to the next level. In fact, I can’t recall ever seeing a mobile car charger let alone one that flies.
From the mode dial to the power button, its controls are oversized and intuitive to use. Its fluid form looks robust and less delicate, inspiring confidence in the user’s grip.
The Muul harnesses water’s ability to bend light, creating a caustic network of beautiful light patterns that sway and change with the water’s ripples.