Below you’ll find the most popular designs we’ve tracked over the last 30 days – an overview of designs you shouldn’t have missed in January 2017.
Unlike Tesla cars, the all-electric Tesla Model Y yacht is a self-sustaining design that charges itself… with a little help from the sun and sea, that is.
The 48Hr Switch allows you to switch between work, play and travel by putting a backpack, messenger-bag, and briefcase all in one.
Calculator 2.0 is just mesmerising to look at, and it comes with an incredibly sleek design that even makes use of a touch bar below the screen.
The Boeing 777 (don’t be deceived by the name, it’s not a plane) is designed to be an extension of a carrier’s flight service once business class passengers hit the runway… and it’s entirely autonomous!
The Titanium Peeler can peel a goddamn tree.
Juno is a smart mirror that mimics outdoor lighting on your dressing table, allowing you to apply make-up under suitable lighting conditions.
This gizmo allows you to plug BOTH headphone cable and lightning connector into your iPhone, while also working as an audio amplifier for your phone.
This little piece of metal fits all the tools you need to survive in the wild. Weighing in at a mere 0.7 ounces (20grams) this bad-boy fits in 10 different pieces of camping equipment into one slick, pocketable mass.
Linnaeus is a drone that’s designed to monitor large open green spaces to make sure that plants are healthy and well irrigated.
The Swash is a device that attaches itself over any bucket, turning it instantly into a makeshift washing machine.
This amazingly thin little beaut is capable of turning your MacBook screen into a touchscreen.
It currently takes 3 nurses to transition the patient from bed to wheelchair. The LOHAS bed, however, only requires one.
This innovative social-sharing peripheral bike attachment is designed for groups who like to capture and share every perspective of their journey together.
The Vultran Tyger 1 is a hybrid powered piloted drone that takes inspiration from advanced fighter jets, rotorcraft and modern drone technologies.
Its simplistic yet versatile stand can be rotated 360° to project in any direction. It can also be used as a convenient handle to carry the device.
The Kyotomoji boxes take Japan’s passion for storage and organization and add an element of ‘kawaii’ to it.
Ever tried to find a nice-looking ceiling fan? It’s a nearly impossible feat! Perhaps fan designers should take a tip from automotive design.
This set of grooming tools is made strictly for the alpha male, with its chiseled, sharp forms and matte black demeanor.
Don’t stare at it for too long, it may hypnotise you!
XBows arrange their keys in a crossbow-style radial (rather than linear) pattern using the wrists as their center. This means your hands can stay put while typing with minimal movement.
( H/T: Yanko Design )