• SHOP
  • GEAR
  • HOME
  • STYLE
  • CAR
  • VIDEO
  • PIC
  • LIKECOOL STORE LIKECOOL
    Array
    Design  


    This is the ejector bed built by Colin Furze. When the alarm clock goes off it activates two flashing lights, two fire alarms, a firework, two semi truck horns, then launches you out of bed. Haha!
    + More >>
    Array
    Design  
    Hairdo designed by Avihai Shurin, a clever cookie cutter design for baking character-shaped treats that kids can nibble at to create a hairstyle.
    + More >>
    Array
    Design  
    It’s a teabag, it’s a marionette. Designed by Naoto Fukasawa.
    + More >>
    Array
    Design  
    Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama is best known for his portrayals of women and feminine robots. Now you can buy one “Sexy Robot” standing model for 150,000 yen(about $1,200). Limited to 100 pieces, the creation is 300mm in height, then coming with a signed guarantee of authenticity courtesy of Sorayama himself, and packaged in a special premium box. It is scheduled to ship in October.
    + More >>
    Array
    Design  


    The Guardian reported that the Japanese government had reached a decision about the fate of its New National Stadium after two years of protests, redesigns, and cost-reductions. “We have decided to go back to the start on the Tokyo Olympics-Paralympics stadium plan, and start over from zero,” said prime minister Shinzo Abe, according to The Guardian. The new stadium will have to be designed and built in less than five years,a new national stadium that would be ready to host the Rugby World Cup in 2019, the Tokyo 2020 Games and meet the need for a new home for Japanese sport for the next 50 to 100 years. The stadium was designed by high-profile UK/Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid, and was originally projected to cost around $3.1 billion—as we pointed out at the time, that’s $2.6 billion more than Hadid’s Olympic venue in London.
    + More >>
    Array
    Design  
    ESCAPE! from fredandfriends and Amazon.
    "Slip Fred's color-changing silicone octopus tentacle or crab claw on top of your stock pot and you'll never have dreaded boil-over again. They'll hold up your lid just so and evoke an exciting scenario of "escape from the briny deep!" "
    + More >>
    Array
    Design  
    Artist Thomas Mailaender was once described as "an insatiable and compulsive collector of photographs and sociological patterns." For his project titled Illustrated People, Mailaender applied original negatives from the Archive of Modern Conflict to his subject’s skin, by shining a UV lamp over them, he sunburned the images onto their bodies. Images from the book “Illustrated People” can be seen here.
    + More >>
    Array
    Design  


    Designed by local agency Chelles & Hayashi. DesThe gold plate on top represents the country’s luminescence; a green layer pays tribute to Rio’s hills and valleys, while the final two colors – a light blue and a dark blue – depict the sea and Brazil’s famous Copacabana Promenade. The torch relay will begin in the Brazilian capital in May and will end at Rio’s Maracana stadium in August
    + More >>
    Array

    Array
    Design  
    'Casa Brutale' Cliffside Concept designed by OPA.  OPA presents the ambitious Casa Brutale. Intended as an inverted nod to the infamous Casa Malaparte on the eastern side of the Italian island of Capri, the home is constructed with simple materials like wood, glass, and raw concrete, putting the focus on the landscape and ocean. nothing extends above the ground level, and impact is limited to a single façade that separates the vertical cliff face. Live like an ant?!
    the roof of the residence is a crystalline pool made of reinforced glass. its bottom is glazed, and functions as a massive skylight that floods the interior with natural light. top-to-bottom glass covers the entire cliff-facing façade, which poetically maximizes the exposure of the home to the elements.
    + More >>
    Array

    Array
    Design  
    Cartoon lip art by makeup artist Laura Jenkinson(Instagram,  Facebook). She uses theatrical makeup and occasionally lipstick to create a series of popular cartoon characters, which have included the likes of Roger Rabbit and the Lion King.
    "I’d seen loads of other fantastic make-up artists on Instagram and I wanted to do something similar and on a bigger scale so I started doing about one a week,” Jenkinson told one online publication. “I find a picture and then just hold it up to the mirror as a guide and draw straight onto my face – it’s easier than you think"
    + More >>
    Array
    Design  
    Custom made Helmets designed by Dubai-based artist Jyo John Mulloor. Wow, cool, they look like human heads.
    "All my life I have always been a passionate motorcyclist. I love everything about motorbiking but the helmets. The most uncomfortable gear you could ever wear.
    But a helmet had its pros, so you could never ignore it. Imagine a protective gear that’s so comfortable that you feel you never wore one. Project:HumanHelmet is an outcome of my extreme dislike to wearing a thick, clunky piece of metal that's simply not as comfortable as wearing a bandanna, cap or nothing at all.
    Although the reason behind the design was totally personal, it later turned into a design project that received appreciations from around the globe. Some manufactures have already shown interest in launching a line of helmets under this design umbrella. I hope to see these designs moving across the streets soon
    . "
    + More >>
    Design  
    Mcdonald's mcbike bicycle packaging that easily hangs from handlebars
    Array
    Design  
    Beautiful cracked Log Lamp designed by Duncan Meerding. These lamps and other designs are available for purchase from here.
    "The Cracked Log Lamps are made from salvaged logs which would otherwise have been burnt. These lamps embrace, rather than avoid the naturally occurring cracks in refuse logs. By turning them into a vessel for light, we can bring the outside in, and be reminded of our intrinsic connection with nature. The warm yellow light coming through each lamps unique light pattern highlights the fiery fate that the salvaged timber would have otherwise been exposed to. These lamps embrace the cracks often avoided in timber based designs – pushing the light through the things often associated with darkness. Before turning on the Cracked Log Lamp, often a person would think it is purely just a log of wood.  "
    + More >>
    Array
    Design  
    San Francisco’s Pablo Designs and Amsterdam and Milan-based Italian designer Carmine Deganello have collaborated on the UMA Sound Lantern, a contemporary and innovative portable speaker and light. It looks beautiful. The light features a touch-sensitive volume control, Bluetooth connectivity and a light control dial.  Pablo Designs describe the lantern as “a primal symbol etched in etched in the collective human tradition”.
    + More >>
    Array
    Design  
    What an iPhone would have looked like had it been created in 1984. Designed by Pierre Cerveau. He writes:
    "Ever wondered how Apple's flagship product would have looked if it had been released 20 years before the first iPhone?
    Probably not... I've decided to provide an answer anyways
    "
    + More >>
    Array
    Design  


    This  box-like, red houses, the design of the dwelling is based on user preferences including size, price, number of rooms, bathrooms and floors. Real estate site Hemnet and architects Tham & Videgård came up with the design by crowdsourcing user preferences for size, number of rooms and floors, using 200 million clicks on 86,000 properties. this corresponds to statistics that indicate a desire for a balcony and an open kitchen, which has been interpreted to make the kitchen one of the home’s most important social spaces. furthermore, a terrace is inscribed within the cube, providing a sunny private area protected from the wind. And the best part? Hemnet plans to actually build it at an estimated price of around 2.8 million kronar ($415,000) putting it within reach of anyone who wants to be a quintessential Swede.
    + More >>
    Array
    Design  
    These retro Usb Sticks designed by Romanian artist Andrei Lacatusu.
    + More >>
    Array
    Design  


    London-based Territory Studio has revealed a small look into the more than 200 user interface screen graphics and 80 minutes of unique animations that were created for the film, "Avengers: Age of Ultron’. Check out more behind-the-scenes screen graphics here.
    "Tasked to bring an unprecedented level of realism to the beleaguered heroes and their technology, Territory created new visual identities and UI for the technology seen in Avengers Tower, including Stark lab and Banner’s research lab, the Quinjet aircraft and newly introduced characters the evil Baron Von Strucker and his Fortress stronghold, and Dr Cho, whose advanced medical lab supports the Avengers in the story.
    With a creative approach that brings emotive depth to their work, Territory crafted technology, UI and tools that expressed each individual’s unique characteristics in digital form. And, by referencing research into state of the art clinical diagnostic technology, and the latest thinking in military, robotics and avionics technology, the team was able to bring a fresh level of authenticity to the Marvel universe
    ."
    + More >>
    Array
    Design  
     The Floating Seahorse by Kleindienst Group, which is a marine yacht that boasts underwater rooms with breathtaking views. It was unveiled at Dubai’s International Boat Show, the "Floating Seahorse is designed, engineered and developed in dubai, the unique concept will be limited to just 42 units. The aquatic style retreat’s master bedroom and bathroom will be totally submerged in the clear sea, delivering pictures of the surrounding coral reef and ocean life"." Featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, an informal bed, mini bar, kitchenette and a glass-bottomed jacuzzi. the project is estimated to be completed by the end of 2016.
    + More >>
    Array
    Design  
    Carmel Winery teamed up with Catit to launch a program called Foodography, which is a dinner experience that also teaches you how to take better pictures of your food. These are two plates designed to be sets for the camera on your smartphone. The one pictured above has a rest for your phone and a high back that blocks out distractions in the background.This one revolves on a central axis to permit you to show the entire meal spinning around for a video.  Two Israeli culinary institutions, Carmel Winery and the restaurant Catit, developed them with the assistance of ceramic artist Adi Nissani.
    + More >>
    LIKECOOL is a web based gadget magazine, we are looking for coolest gadgets, design, tech and more.
    CONTACT US
    Copyright @ 2006-2015 likecool.com All rights reserved.