Design for Love

Design for Love

Design for Love featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Sona Cruise

Sona Cruise is a sonic massager that stimulates 75% more of your clitoris. Developed by Lelo, Cruise Control is a feature that reserves 20% of device's full power during normal use, so that when it’s pressed hard against the body and the motor begins to drop power, that extra 20% is unleashed so that there’s no reduction of intensity. It’s not a setting, it’s completely automatic, and it eliminates one of the most common complaints against pleasure products.

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Nano Airy

The nano airy curling iron uses an innovative negative ion technology. Keeps smooth texture, softy shiny curl for a long time.The curling pipe has undergone a nano-ceramic coating, feels very smooth. It curls the hair tenderly and quickly with the warm air of the negative ions. Compared with curling irons without air, you can finish in a softer hair quality.The basic color of the product is soft, warm and pure matte white, and the accent color is pink gold.

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Black Bear

Black bear is a conceptual project that consists of a family of smoked seafood. The creative concept of the brand uses the link between the salmon and the bear food chain, presented here by a chef that signs his food creations. The typology for the main name transmits strength, modernity, and a premium aspect, unlike the one used to target the products that follow a clean and sophisticated line.

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LOFOTEN WATER

Lofoten Water, Winner of Best Tasting Water 2016, is Arctic natural drinking water and made to reflects the beautiful and unique Lofoten Islands with its unspoilt landscape of rugged mountain peaks, deep fjords and sheltered inlets. To capture and articulate the purity and premium character of Lofoten Water required a structural design and graphic expression of both prominence and nuance. This was achieved in the juxtaposition of a bottle that moves from a slender body of horizontal lines to delicate shoulders, alongside the contrasting angles of a cap inspired by the mountain peaks of Lofoten

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Quantitative

He designed the soap into cuttable pieces. When they use soap, they subconsciously like to cut off the "chocolate" and then they cut it into small pieces. At this time, the quantitative soap can not only control the required amount to achieve sanitary effects, but also allow him to enjoy the beauty of "chocolate".

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Nano Airy

The Nano airy straightening iron combines nano-ceramic coating materials with innovative negative iron technology, which brings the hair gently and sleekly into straight shape quickly. Thanks to the magnet sensor at the top of cap and body, the device switches off automatically when the cap is closed, which is safe to carry around. The compact body with the USB rechargeable wireless design is easy to store in handbag and carry, helping females to keep an elegant hairstyle anytime, anywhere. The white-and-pink color scheme lend the device a feminine character.

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Design interview of the day

Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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