I think this so-called “Fool-proof” cardboard T-Shirt folder is quite cool: “There was once a point in our lives when we wouldn’t have needed T-Shirt Folders, maybe you’ve lived in relative harmony and made it this far without realising you need one. But think about it – you only get one life; one life to have fun, one life to listen to music… [read more].
This collection of Twitter-based design was designed and created by New York based Pepco Studio. From original postcards, to T-shirts and a cushion, this set of images shows some serious creative talent. Using a new, refreshed Twitter bird to spearhead a majority of the design work, it’s quite an impressive selection to see. The image shown above is an election invite advertising ‘Twitter for President” [SEE THE REST HERE].
Wood iPhone Back Panel by Monolith: “Monolith iPhone backs are handmade from solid hardwood in Austin, Texas. Unlike stick on decals, they completely replace the original glass back of your iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S leaving the thickness unchanged and removing one of the most fragile and often broken parts.” Read more here.
“Plywood Taxidermy Skull Deer Trophy” from the great people at the Pedromealha Store (Not an affiliate link).
Goldfuss is a 3D puzzle of a skeletal deer trophy , which comes flat packed and consists of several laser cut birch plywood pieces that slot in to each other. Named after paleontologist and zoologist Georg August Goldfuss [more].
Here I have 15 Twitter inspiration, designs, products and trinkets to inspire you. No-doubt that Twitter has taken off in a huge way. Because of this, many creatives have taken it upon themselves to create cool stuff based on this mammoth social network. Enjoy…
Twitter Wedding Shoes Blue Bird Toes by Mary Jane Capri
“Little birds hand painted on a pair of Royal Satin Peep toe Pumps are my new design for a themed Wedding.
Awesome something blue detail to wear on the most important day and to keepsake forever!
Perfect Pool tone with painted trees,branches and a couple of tiny twitters in love…” – Available over at Norakaren.
Twitter Follow Pillows
“This decorative pillow makes a great gift for the man, woman, boy or girl who has everything. Twitter pillow is 100% handmade out of fleece, and filled with polyester fiberfill. Size: 12×12 inches (30x30cm)” – Available over on Gift Pillows.
“Another fun happy birthday card for the Twitter addicts out there. Keep on Tweetin’!” – Available at Kiss and Punch.
KEEP CALM and TWEET On Vintage Dictionary Page Art Print
“Antique books and vintage art are a passion for us. We give unwanted antique books, dictionaries and encyclopedias destined to be destroyed, the opportunity to offer an Encore performance. We give them new life as beautiful art prints to be enjoyed for years to come.” – Available over on Encore Prints.
“I’m Tweeting this” in black on a blue and bird background. Each button is handpressed using a Tecre button maker. This means that there are no bumpy edges or bits of mylar sticking out around the edges.” – Availble over at Geek Details.
“Are you a social media addict? Do you know someone who is glued to their phone or laptop all day? Are you obsessed with Facebook? If so, these cookies are perfect! App icons of all the popular social media sites are a perfect gift and hilarious at a party or office event!” – Available over on Peapods Cookies.
“Tweet! Tweet! Spring has this little bird chirping away! At 3″ tall this little birdie can go with you anywhere! Hand crocheted with care in a beautiful spring teal blue” – Available over at Carriage House Friends.
Social Media Propaganda Poster (Limited Edition)
“All the social media propaganda posters collected into one poster! Limited Edition replaces the Google+ Victory poster with a different version.” – Available over at Justonescarf Design.
Rumours of a Facebook Phone have been circulating for a while now. To add a “face to the tale’, designer Michal Bonikowski shows us all what such a device may look like. This design features a 4.2-inch screen, camera in the front and 8-megapixel camera on the back. It also comes complete with a docking station with Facebook branding, too.
Take a good look at this Facebook bed concept, which was designed by Croatian designer, Tomislav Zvonarić. As can be seen, the bed is made of a giant Facebook “F” laid on its side.
Included in the bed-concept is a keyboard holder, mouse shelf and chair, although I’m unsure where you’d put your legs when seated. The chair also sports and red cover with Facebook branding. If this ever went into production, it would first have to be approved by Facebook, I can only assume.
F-Bed is a conceptual multi-practical bed design that would allow you always to be up to date and close to your online friends even when you sleep. The idea is that you may hoop in front of your screen directly from your bed when you wake up, and inverse when you get tired and want to go sleep [ SEE MORE ].
Check out this Facebook Shower Curtain. I’m sure they’ll be a hit initially, but I can’t see them being practical for most with all the ‘profile pic posing’ involved:
“Is taking a shower the only time when you’re not clicking away on social networking sites? Well now even this is possible with the Social Shower Curtain – the ideal gift for social networking geeks. Bring your profile to life while you lather up with our comical shower curtain gift, featuring a transparent section so you can create a profile whilst your scrubbing away [ READ MORE ].
Check out these web and social media sneakers I recently discovered (well, “trainers” as known here in England). They’re just concepts, but wouldn’t it be great if these were actually produced? [SEE MORE].