Here's a look at what we covered this week:
With their Max-Out concept, Nissan unveiled their new "Japanese Futurism" design direction.
The XTurismo is a "Star-Wars"-inspired hoverbike that's now for sale.
Finnish industrial designer Ville Kokkonen designed this simple, elegant flatpack stool for Japanese brand Iwatemo.
Sir Jonathan Ive designed a red clown nose for Comic Relief, and everyone seemed to miss the inside joke.
Studio Huub Ubbens designed these gorgeous lamp switches and dimmers.
In Iran, two industrial designers and an engineer created this interesting Chooboja concept for a coat rack that can also be used as a closet rod, complete with hangers.
Industrial designer Jake Naish created this striking Magnus chair, which we were sad to learn is just a concept.
The Coach Foundation and Pensole announced Dream It Real, their free six-week masterclass for aspiring designers from underserved communities.
Herman Miller's new Passport is a small, mobile and height-adjustable desk.
Swiss architect Mario Botta's Robot chest of drawers is a wonderful piece of '80s/'90s-style design.
We looked at the difference between American and European parking enforcement objects: The chalk stick vs. the parking disc.
LeBron James broke the NBA's all-time scoring record, and Nike gifted him this pair of custom crocodile kicks.
On the production methods front, we looked at examples of what state-of-the-art sheet metal brakes can do.
Humble but profitable product design: An inventor created these Wad-Free gizmos that prevent sheets from getting tangled in the washing machine.
Italian designer Matteo Ragni's Levito chopsticks come with a stand that enables a neat trick.
Want to see some really strange form factors? Check out these cosmetics storage cases by Joybos.
In the 1970s, Luigi Colani designed this Rappelkiste, a combination bed/workstation/closet for children.
And finally, here's what "portable streaming" looked like in the '70s: This Sony Mr. Nello portable TV, designed by Hartmut Esslinger.
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