Industrial Design

Marvin Glass

Marvin Glass and Associates (MGA) was a toy design and engineering firm based in Chicago. Marvin Glass (1914–1974) and his employees created some of the most successful toys and games of the twentieth century such as Mr. Machine, Rock ‘Em

Marvin Glass

Marvin Glass and Associates (MGA) was a toy design and engineering firm based in Chicago. Marvin Glass (1914–1974) and his employees created some of the most successful toys and games of the twentieth century such as Mr. Machine, Rock ‘Em

Aspid GT-21 Invictus.

VIA Like Cool Spanish company Aspid just revealed their GT-21 Invictus, powered by the latest generation BMW V8 engine that delivers 450 horsepower. From 0-60 in under 3 seconds and a top speed at 189 miles per hour. Its weight is only 2,182 pounds thanks to composite

Aspid GT-21 Invictus.

VIA Like Cool Spanish company Aspid just revealed their GT-21 Invictus, powered by the latest generation BMW V8 engine that delivers 450 horsepower. From 0-60 in under 3 seconds and a top speed at 189 miles per hour. Its weight is only 2,182 pounds thanks to composite

The One and Only FLIP Turns 50 in 2012!

VIA io9.com This is FLIP, an ocean vessel that can actually flip on its side and keep on a-floatin’. FLIP even has two sets of interior furnishings for long term floating in either position. The Floating Instrument Platform is celebrating

The One and Only FLIP Turns 50 in 2012!

VIA io9.com This is FLIP, an ocean vessel that can actually flip on its side and keep on a-floatin’. FLIP even has two sets of interior furnishings for long term floating in either position. The Floating Instrument Platform is celebrating

The Chair/Chair chair.

The Chair/Chair chair by designer Eric Ku. [LINK]

The Chair/Chair chair.

The Chair/Chair chair by designer Eric Ku. [LINK]

Ferropolis.

Ferropolis is maybe the most striking example of German quasi-obsessive nostalgia for its industrial heritage. An open museum opened in 1995 in Gräfenhainichen, near Dessau. The five enormous excavators which form the city of iron,are not only witnesses of almost

Ferropolis.

Ferropolis is maybe the most striking example of German quasi-obsessive nostalgia for its industrial heritage. An open museum opened in 1995 in Gräfenhainichen, near Dessau. The five enormous excavators which form the city of iron,are not only witnesses of almost

Pantone Barbie.

Mattel and Pantone have just released the new doll, PINK IN PANTONE® BARBIE® Doll: PMS 219, her signature color -which, believe it or not, is actually owned by Mattel . [LINK]

Pantone Barbie.

Mattel and Pantone have just released the new doll, PINK IN PANTONE® BARBIE® Doll: PMS 219, her signature color -which, believe it or not, is actually owned by Mattel . [LINK]

1954 XFV-1 Lockheed “Salmon”.

From LikeCool.com A tailsitter is a type of VTOL aircraft that launches and lands on its tail. They are truly remarkable pieces of aviation history: mainly designed in the late 1940s and early 1950s, they were essentially an early attempt

1954 XFV-1 Lockheed “Salmon”.

From LikeCool.com A tailsitter is a type of VTOL aircraft that launches and lands on its tail. They are truly remarkable pieces of aviation history: mainly designed in the late 1940s and early 1950s, they were essentially an early attempt

Mac-O-Lanterns.

From instructables.com: This Halloween season, bring an old computer back from the dead. Here’s all you need to turn that dusty old Mac Classic into a glowing, Halloween treat. Besides a working computer and a little technical know-how (very little),

Mac-O-Lanterns.

From instructables.com: This Halloween season, bring an old computer back from the dead. Here’s all you need to turn that dusty old Mac Classic into a glowing, Halloween treat. Besides a working computer and a little technical know-how (very little),

Ford Levacar.

From the Fantastic Plastic webpage for the Ford Levacar: “Ford Motor Co.’s Levacar Mach I appeared in the Ford Rotunda in spring 1959. A full-sized prototype, this was an one-man “flying car” that was “levitated” several inches off the ground

Ford Levacar.

From the Fantastic Plastic webpage for the Ford Levacar: “Ford Motor Co.’s Levacar Mach I appeared in the Ford Rotunda in spring 1959. A full-sized prototype, this was an one-man “flying car” that was “levitated” several inches off the ground