Friday, August 28, 2009

Bigger is Better

Some games never grow old: Physics! (Gravity, friction, balance, action and reaction). In front my old marble game and in the back, my MEGA-Monster-Marble-Track!

Good preperation is key. The MEGA-Monster-Marble-Track allows for vast amounts of marbles being lined up. Amatures stay away, this is serious stuff...

Then a very steady hand is needed, pushing all marbles to the start point...

This is it...

Now it goes fast!

I have beaten a Nintendo DS with this killer toy many times.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

ROBOX

Robox is a series of 9 storage boxes for kids. My idea is to create storage boxes that are fun to look at. Instead of boxes with repetitive motives, Robox create big robots which can be part of kids play (my kids find it very amusing to build robots that are much taller than themselves and then knock them over while shouting super-hero stuff).
Each box is unique in print; each box has its own unique front, sides, backside, top and bottom.
The boxes can be stored on shelves. The shelves become "invisible" when all boxes are placed, creating a very decorative surface.


Monday, August 24, 2009

Man-Y-Man

Here is (are) Man-Y-Man, or at least, a prototype of it. This toy consists of 20 unique shapes that can either be used as head or body, which can be flipped vertically (so each piece is 2 heads and 2 bodies). This makes 1520 men!
Each head and body has its own name:
So combining heads and bodies, you have 1520 unique names. An example:

Want to know more? Drop me a mail.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

ROCK Radio

My ROCK Radio. The number two in my cement-audio-series. It started of being a very nice rectangular brick shape. Then I found out that a thick layer of cement shields the radio from actually receiving radio waves. With my "Now it doesn't work anyway" philosophy, I took a big hammer and created this Flintstones look, and the radio works!

In my next attempt, I will leave the interface on the back open, see if that works...
Left entry = loudspeaker, middle = antenna, right= power (I found out that plugging the power in the loudspeaker entry didn't harm the radio, and I thought no icons to point out which plug should sit where was kind of cool)

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

My Financial Crisis Pie


Very inspired the mirror lamp I decided to bake a cake. Currently on display in cafe Peber og Mynte.