Andrew Walla's slick product concepts for phone accessory brand, Olka, have me crankily googling where I can buy them.
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Hint: you can't yet. But there are some good reasons to want to. First of all, it's still rare to find necessary tech accessories that blend in rather than stick out like a big plastic sore thumb. The color-ways and forms used here feel more humane and loads more fun than the traditional hard ABS plastics in white/silver/black. The forms themselves are even inviting.
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One part of the portable charger concept uses a palmable round shape with a simple wall plug flip-out and texturally and pragmatically attractive flat knit cables. The other part features a neat twist retraction to store cables internally, with the option to pull out as a carrying loop. Stack them together and you get an unusually neat power package.
Finished with a speckle that calls current pottery trends to mind, these things would look totally at home in a designer's bag or desk. Fingers crossed, they'll get there.