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Dave Parrack

Squishy Forts can be used to create impressive, gravity-defying pillow forts

A high percentage of people will, at one time or another during their childhood, have made a pillow fort. Those who never did missed out on an entertaining experience, as the simple act of creating a hideaway that’s off-limits to everybody else is bags of fun. Even as an adult. Which is where Squishy Forts provides a helping hand for kids of all ages.  Read More

The Power Pillow comes in a range of different designs, though the battery packs within ar... The Power Pillow consists of a battery pack encased within a soft cushion that allows you to charge your smartphones and tablets while relaxing on your sofa. When not in use, the Power Pillow hides the battery pack in a safe, easily located place.  Read More

The Leaktite Big Gripper is a new take on the humble bucket, with an ergonomic design maki... The Leaktite Big Gripper from Home Depot attempts to rethink the bucket with an an asymmetric design that, when coupled with its ergonomic handle, makes it more balanced, even when full.  Read More

The Blacklamp Carbon has a simple exterior that hides its rather unique features The Blacklamp Carbon watch produced by the UK-based Schofield Watch Company lights up in two different, and rather unusual, ways. This goes some way to explaining, but probably cannot justify, the asking price of £9,900 (US$16,000).  Read More

The Hangbag in both its forms, being used to first carry clothes and then to help store th... The Hangbag is a paper shopping bag that transforms, via a simple set of folds, into a clothes hanger. Thus one product fulfills two distinct but interconnected uses.  Read More

The Visus Watch from Mykonos Design features a stationary hand capable of accurately telli... Analog watches with just one hand aren't unheard of, but they are still far from the norm. The problem with this novel approach is that accuracy tends to take a back seat. The Visus Watch from Mykonos Design aims to change this.  Read More

La Fonction No.1 is a briefcase which transforms into a miniature mobile cubicle While smartphones, tablets, and ultra-portable laptops have made it possible to work anywhere and everywhere, some privacy has been lost in the process. La Fonction No.1, a briefcase which transforms into a miniature mobile cubicle, is one attempt to bring an element of privacy back to the new work-on-the-go ethic.  Read More

The Hövding is an airbag for cyclists which inflates in under 0.1 seconds to protect your ... We first covered the Hövding airbag collar in 2010 when it was originally shown off to the world by its inventors, industrial designers Anna Haupt and Terese Alstin. At the time it was available to pre-order but it has now officially gone on sale.  Read More

The Nomadic Chair from Jorge Penadés is built for portability rather than comfort

Spanish designer Jorge Penadés believes that our idea of what makes a piece of furniture a luxury item has now changed. In a press release, he explains how luxury is "not anymore a matter of comfort." Instead it's being able to "decide where you want to have a moment of peace, a chance to escape from hectic activity of contemporary lifestyles." This philosophy is in plain view with his Nomadic Chair, which sees comfort reduced to a minimum to increase its portability.  Read More

ALARMclock is an alarm clock capable of displaying a lot more information than just the ti... ALARMclock might look like a simple wooden alarm clock, but its meek exterior hides its true raison d'etre, which is to energize each morning by shocking users awake with facts and figures highlighting the harsh realities of life.  Read More

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