We’ve featured Nintendo systems with wooden components before, but this NES is entirely made out of wood, with the exception of the strings used for the cables:
It seems that the console – along with a wooden TV – was made for an exhibit.
iPad stands are a dime a dozen, but this is the first that I’ve seen that’s made out of plyboo, which is plywood made out of bamboo. I don’t know about you guys, but I find this mount strangely appealing.
These EXOvault cases for the iPhone are real stunners. Each one is handmade from metal, and some models are engraved with intricate designs.
Each one of EXOvault’s cases is crafted from lightweight metals, such as brass or anodized aluminum, and feature a beautiful inlaid rosewood accent on back.
…although that’s just a minor setback since none of Nintendo’s consoles support HD yet anyway.
As you’ve probably guessed, the front half of the table is for the TV. Behind it on the upper left is the slot for the console – NES or SNES?
The day my iPad came through the door, my kids were all over me to let them play with it. My 5-year-old daughter calls it the “big iPhone” and loves to play games on it. My son likes the thing, but he isn’t a big fan of looking down at the screen for watching movies.
The steampunk aesthetic is cool from a design point of view. I can appreciate the hard work that goes into some of the steampunk creations we have seen. I don’t think the style suits my personal tastes, as I’m more of a naked gadget sort of person.
And Knoll said, “let there be an image editing program,” and there was Photoshop. Then the prophet Meninos came down from the mountains, and with him was a tablet – okay it’s a bar – in which are printed the 20 commandments commands of the original Photoshop.
This is definitely one of the more unusual lamps I’ve seen in a while. The tube-shaped lighting fixture is loaded up with colorful LEDs, and can be adjusted to almost an infinite variety of hues to suit your mood.
Neatoramanaut Dennis shared pics of Super Mario-themed shelves that he and his girlfriend Judith put together for their apartment. Actually Judith did almost everything. And Mama Mia, what a piece of woodwork:
The shelves and cloud are all made of wood, while the mushroom, Mario and Luigi figures were store bought; naturally, the princess is missing.
Pianos are unwieldy instruments. Tables are unwieldy too, but we have no choice but to make room for at least one table in our homes – unless you’re like me, and you usually eat either in front of the computer or TV.
If you care about the environment, you’ll love that Lexon has just announced a new range of small appliances powered by renewable energy.
Designed by Elium Studio, the Lexon SAFE line of home goods come encased in environmentally-friendly corn bio-plastic and trimmed off with bamboo.
Do you like to buy gadgets just because they keep getting tinier and tinier? Then have I got something for you! This weensy little wooden box is actually an FM radio.
Measuring in at just 1.45″ (w) x 1″(h) x 0.75 (d), the Motz wooden FM radio is the perfect radio for dollhouses, and people with really small hands.
Designer Ingrid Brandth was inspired by her grandfather, “based many of his ideas on excitement, humor and secrets,” to create this neat piece of furniture.
At first glance, it may look like the plainest of tables, but there is more to it than meets the eye…
While all of you guys are ogling the latest and greatest Tablet PCs and 3-D TVs at CES, here’s a new desktop PC that’s sure to draw some stares. Design Hara’s eco-friendly “Green PC” definitely caught my eye.