The new backpack designed by Brooklyn based designer student Vanessa Marie is surely a practical solution for all those who have security concerns while riding their bicycles late at night. The designer being a cyclist herself was inspired to design this backpack which she rightly calls ‘Night Day Backpack’. It is versatile and chic. The flaps placed on the back have magnets inside them ensuring that they are in place whenever, one jumps over those bumps on the road and the added advantage is that the same becomes visible in the night when flipped up. Thus, one can ride without any apprehensions and enjoy the ride through and through.
The Polyline Desk Lamp replaces the mechanical and visual complexity of traditional task lights with the versatility of a linear LED strip and a simple, minimal aesthetic. When activated, the linear LED layout produces an area of strong but diffuse light for desk or table work, but by activating smaller portions of the LED strip, Polyline can provide localized lighting for specific tasks. This allows the elimination of bulky, expensive, and failure-susceptible mechanical joints and enables the preservation of a fluid, almost seamless form with maximum rigidity and minimal part lines. Based on a form factor that has fascinated designers for decades, Polyline differentiates itself through simplified design and advanced technology. It’s impossibly long reach is made possible by a weighted base and its aluminum construction is not only strong and recyclable, but provides a wide range of possibilities for surface colors and finishes.
Less armchair concept breaks the boundaries of product design. It was born out of the idea of creating a design as well as an art, simple and beautiful, less is more. Keeping that in mind, this designer has come up with simple armchair that looks like a cube when you’re not sitting on it. The external part of this chair is made from hard polyurethane foam while the internal part is made from memory foam, all parts are covered with an elastic textile.