Posts Tagged ‘design’
“From Robin Hood to The Lord of the Rings, archery has always gone hand-in-hand with literature. Bringing togheter both parts of this diverse history are Arrow Bookends, a pair of magnetic bookends with hidden brackets. Amaze your friends and keep your adventure books upright all at once! Magic.”
You can buy them here.
Stainless Steel spoons that gently remind you sugar is evil each time you make a tea or coffee. And they look cool too, obviously.
RGD, in partnership with the Rotman School of Management asked Jacknife for a fresh design approach to their Inaugural DesignThinker of the Year Award. The award honours an outstanding corporate leader who has driven business success by utilizing sustained design thinking to problem solve, communicate, and ultimately innovate.
The RGD DesignThinker of the Year Award was created using a collaborative process that engaged 20 multi-disciplinary designers at Jacknife. The team spent 3 weeks exploring the central theme of “visually representing the design thinking process”. The resulting idea reinterpreted a traditional thinking icon, the human skull.
“Spooky celebrations begin with bewitching baking pan, which makes a Halloween dessert in the shape of a grinning skull. There’s no magic required—simply bake the two halves of the cake, then press them together with icing to create the perfect party centerpiece.”