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Crypteks USB – Lockable Flash Drive | Inspired By The Da Vinci Code

Crypteks presents a USB flash drive for the person who holds data that absolutely cannot get into the wrong hands. The Crypteks USB is a portable storage device secured in a mechanical locking case made from solid anodized aluminum alloy, featuring a design inspired by the Cryptex … READ MORE


Kent Frankovich – Revolights: Revolutionary Wheel Mounted Bike Safety Lighting System

Since its entry to KICKSTARTER in August, Kent Frankovich‘s Revolights concept been on a cornucopia of media outlets. By day 8 of its listing, donations to the project surpassed the original goal of $43,500. Now at $143,193 and just 5 days to go before donation drive ends, … READ MORE


Jesse Chorng – The Syntheshredder: Music + Skate Bowl

Unconventional musical instruments are certainly not new, just check out Nike Sneaker Synthesizers by Japan’s HIFANA. Jesse Chorng‘s The Syntheshredder, however, maybe the first to incorporate an entire skate bowl. The UCLA graduate student devised a 20-foot in diameter skate bowl embedded with sensors right beneath the … READ MORE


John Loughlin – TiGr Titanium Bike Lock

Necessity spawn ingenuity, such as the TiGr Titanium Bike Lock by New Jersey native John Loughlin. While modern bike are perfect illustrations of technical advancements and material sciences, bike locks are just the opposite. Primarily based on designs concoct decades ago, bike locks are cumbersome if not … READ MORE


Matt Stevens MAX100 Book Project | Update

Just last month, we reported on a project by Matt Stevens, a graphic designer with an addiction to Air Max 1. His MAX100 Book Project now has 24 days to go on KICKSTARTER and with 226 backers, the project looks very likely to reach its goal of … READ MORE


Matt Stevens – MAX100 Book Project

There is a general consensus among creative types that the reason we embark on challenging ofter impossible creative process is not solely for the end results, but as a way to alleviate mundane outlook of everyday life. For graphic designer Matt Stevens, that process is to mollify … READ MORE