Architectural Concepts by Roman Vlasov | Inspiration Grid
Striking conceptual projects by Ukrainian designer and architect Roman Vlasov. More architecture via Behance
UI Inspiration: Layouts
Lately, we've gone specific in subjects at sharing UI Inspirations with interactions, cards, footers and more. Today, we've put a collection about Layouts, which is a pretty much vague but interesting to dig as well. It's great to surf through different works (in progress) and noticed the small little details.
Walking Aid for Foot Injuries- an Alternative to Crutches
Footwork - As arms are not designed to carry the human weight, the usage of crutches is often strenous and painful. As such, the design adopts a hands-free interface, which allows the user to walk wit...
Futuristic Digital Escape Concept from FrogDesign
This futuristic digital mask would emulate the smell, sound and the quality of air for that wonderful fresh experience and also the facial expressions of the
Never did I think that something as elementary as paper folding could see itself having medical applications. The Bone Aid is a simple flat-packed board with
Jaw by Jared Lim
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THE ENDEARING DESIGNER / * / Creative Design & Artistic Inspiration
EXPERIENCE Creative Design. INSPIRE Your Mental Facilities. HONE your artistic tastes. DISCOVER the possibilities. ENTER The Endearing Designer (...)
The Evomobil. Ora-ïto Collaborates With Citroën For An Imaginative Vehicle.
After more than 3 years of collaboration with Citroën on the development of architectural projects, Ora-ïto turned to the manufacturer to develop his first artistic pro…
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First of all: what do we call them? "Prosthetics" just doesn't sounds sexy... besides, these are NOT prosthetics. And what are the shapes? Are they robocop/transformers looking giant pieces and people put on? Or, are these more subtle? Maybe the arm piece is a thin layer you slide on like a glove, but the glove…