Here’s 20 designer kites.
note: this is a special category used only when we wish to place the object in the e-zine “Editor’s pick” window.
Tesla has LeftlaneNews streaming images of the unveiling of new
e-Bikes ( electric ) saw biggest increase in bike sales in 2008. Fixed-gear would have been my guess.
e-Bikes are big with the elderly, eco-friendly, and commuters who disdain sweat. Favored by the elderly may explain the design of the majority of these bikes. Favored by “everyone” else we assume is bike #9. Maybe it’s because the bike was designed by a designer, Marcus Hays, to please himself. You get what you pay for with this group. Light weight, power, styling adds to the bottom line cost.
Crap! Deadline for feature article due and looking at six half-baked drafts. Close my eyes. Grab one. Keep it simple…
Wake up call. Begin the day with one of these neat clocks.
Looking for a rucksack because of its attitude and be surprised by its utility. Or because of its utility and tolerate its attitude. For the cyclist, hiker, fashionista in your fave circle. A great deal of design details are built upon a good, functional pack. With a padded laptop pocket ( which can hold a […]
McDonalds recently opened two of their latest Tokyo outlets. To say that it surgically has removed their corporate voice — well its really closer to a lobotomy. Wow. They have done away with the golden arches, Ronald McDonald, Hamburglar, Happy Meals, and McMuffins in this McDonalds. They have even done away with a (the) logo. The only thing they retained is the color red.
Value item: A great gift for an “active” wine lover. Stainless steel carafe. Advertised as perfect for taking “to the office, to town, or on a hike,” the Wine Karafe holds a 750ml bottle of wine and is made of lightweight stainless steel that promises to leave the contents “clean and fresh tasting,” with no […]
Mid–twentieth–century Milan designer Giordano Robbiati achieved a spiritual union between form and function when he devised a new type of coffee maker in the late 1940s. Ciao bella. If you “love” retro modernism and espresso, go no farther. Loved around the world, Robbiati’s patented coffee machine is a classic design of the ‘Atomic Age'(1945–1960). Known […]
There’s a lot of rhetoric regarding what came first — Pepsi or Obama. An unofficial chronology…