Artist Darryl Cox fuses ornate vintage picture frames with tree branches found in the forests of central Oregon. The branches serve as a simple reminder of the materials used to build picture frames
Designer Alexandre Chapelin of LA Table designed this intriguing series of three tables he refers to as Lagoon Tables. Each table is formed from a carved travertine base
South African Designer, Porky Hefer, created these awesome hanging chairs as part of his series, Monster Deliciosa.
Third-year industrial design students at Israel's Holon Institute of Technology (HIT) were recently asked by their instructors, designers Luka Or and Keren
To boldy go where no feline has gone before! Pet apparel company ‘U-Pet’ is selling a line of bags that turns your cat into an intergalactic space explorer
You know that one chair in your room where you hang your used-but-still-useable clothes? There’s now a chair for that chair. Developed by designers Bridie
If you love to keep your pet pooch close while you sleep but you can't handle the dog hair that sticks to the bed sheets, you'll probably love what Brazili
We've got a bit of an obsession with quirky lighting here at LAEM, so we were kind of blown away when we caught sight of Lumio. The light was created by Jakarta
Netherlands-based designer Erik Stehmann is your cat's best friend. He's designed a scratching post that every kitty dreams of getting their claws into.
A decades-old tree in Tachikawa, Japan, was almost uprooted during a typhoon. It became lifeless and colourless, but as time went on, this tree recovered a
With its trumpet-shaped speaker, the Caruso music cabinet by Paolo Cappello Design might make you think of old gramophones, but it’s outfitted with a Bluet
Hate to break it to you but, these figurines get more action than you! In Japanese designer Takayuki Fukusawa started his own design firm, EkoD Works
Crime never sleeps, so why should heroes get any rest? Two graphic designers are selling masks that make you look like an awake and alert superhero as you
As it turns out, you don’t need all that high-tech DNA gadgetry as seen in Jurassic Park to bring back the dinosaurs.