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Creative chair designs

Creative Ambient Advertising


ambient-advertisingNational Geographic – 3D Crocodile Escalator

ambient-advertising-6Frontline – Get Them Off Your Dog

ambient-advertising-2IBM – Smart Ideas for Smarter Cities

ambient-advertising-9What Goes Around – Comes Around

ambient-advertising-3ambient-advertising-4Visa – Go Back to Pompeii

ambient-advertising-1Motor City Nightmares – Horror Buckets

ambient-advertising-7Fight Smoking

ambient-advertising-5The Hairdressers – Need a Top Chop?

ambient-advertising-12Newcastle Brown Ale – Taste the lighter side of Dark

ambient-advertising-10KarstadtQuelle – Dental Implant Insurance

ambient-advertising-11Bergmann & Sohn Funeral services – Come a little closer

ambient-advertising-13Take a break from the Sun

ambient-advertising-8Korean Subway Ad

Creative Packaging Design II

Do it yourself Creative Lamp Ideas



Reindeer inspired lamp. Using conventional things around the hose like bottles and a dab of creativity can create a work of art. See more

lamp-ideas-14Minimalist inspired white lamp.


Lamp made out of cork material. It makes the lamp lighter and easier to move from one place to another.

lamp-ideas-13Staircase inspired lamp.

lamp-ideas-10Simple bottle lamps with patterned cut out designs.

lamp-ideas-11Underground water pipes inspired lamp.


Water bucket lamp creates an illusion of a bucket to be pouring water light into another bucket.

lamp-ideas-8Sea shell inspired table lamp.

lamp-ideas-3Quirky life size pencil lamp.


Flower vase lamp with a single flower emitting the light within its petals.

lamp-ideas-4Abstract wall lamp.

lamp-ideas-5Veil inspired table lamp.

lamp-ideas-6The bird lamp.

lamp-ideas-2Life size matchstick lamp.

lamp-ideas-1Life size wall lamp.

10 Japanese product designs characterized by minimalist aesthetics, simplicity and elegance


Japan is one of the few countries that can balance age-old tradition with modernity in such a harmonious fashion. This is especially true in the field of aesthetics and design. Japanese aesthetics encompass a variety of ideals, some of these are traditional while others are modern and sometimes influenced by other cultures.

Flower vases that swing as petals fall.
Designer: Keisuke Fujiwara

Trick placemat appears to sunk under the weight of your tableware.
Designer: A.P.Works

Minimal aquarium with 3D printed flora inspired by undersea plant life.
Designer: Haruka Misawa

Bicycle-shaped bicycle stands, designed to solve the problem of randomly parked and bunched up bicycles on streets, sidewalks, and parking lots.
Designer: Yuma Kano

LED Mushroom Lights.
Designer: Yukio Takano

The Balloon Chair that seems to be suspended in mid-air.
Designer: Satoshi Itasaka of Studio h220430

Ripple Flower Vase allows you to stand a flower upright and float it in the water.
Designer: Taku Omura

Smiley face screws. 🙂
Designer: Yuma Kano

Bookmark Light combines the two into one.
Designer: Kyouei Design

WaterDream – a simple yet beautiful hybrid shower and lamp.
Designer: Oki Sato of Studio Nendo

Living Light – a lamp powered by photosynthesis


Living Light is a lamp which harvests its energy through the photosynthetic process of the plant. As the plant photosynthesizes, it releases organic compounds into a soil chamber below. The organic matter is broken down by bacteria fostered through a microbial fuel cell. When this happens, electrons are created and transported away from the soil. The electric current is passed along a wire and fed into a ring fitted with LEDs. These light up when a user touches the plant’s leaves.
Dutch designer Ermi van Oers and her team will start off with a small production in 2018. Plans are already in place with Rotterdam to illuminate a city park.

Find out more on livinglight.info

Scribit robot can turn your wall into a wonderwall

Italian architect Carlo Ratti has created Scribit, an internet-connected writing robot that can draw and erase images on any vertical surface. Requiring just two nails and a power plug, the device can be installed in less than five minutes. The digital device works on a two-axis plane, moving up and down two cables that hang … Continue reading Scribit robot can turn your wall into a wonderwall

Insect hotels

Obscurasky – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, Link An insect hotel  is a man made structure created to provide shelter for insects. They can come in a variety of shapes and sizes depending on the specific purpose or specific insect it is catered to. Most consist of several different sections that provide insects with nesting … Continue reading Insect hotels

Shopping Bag Designs

Buddies: Pet On A Leash Shopping Bag Designer: Yuelan Liu Yarn Ball Bag Designer: Rob Gros Kong: Shoe Bag Illustrator: Terry Dean Revital Design by Antje Gerwien Meralco Advertising Agency: TBWA, Philippines Moo Shoes Design by amgraphicdesign.co.uk Paper Bag with Dog Ear Handles Big Lipton Tea Bag Agency: DDB Integrated Jeddah,Saudi Arabia Muse Bags Hair extensions samples were … Continue reading Shopping Bag Designs
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“Sand pools” bring the beach to your backyard

A Spanish company called Piscinas de Arena specializes in “sand pools” that offer an environment similar to that of a piece of natural beach.The patented sand finish for the sand pools is completely attached to the concrete surface of the pools’ structure with binding agents. There’s no need for stairs or ladders as the entrance … Continue reading “Sand pools” bring the beach to your backyard