Coolest Objects Made Of Wood [Fwd: Sharon Rajkumar]
Coolest Objects Made Of Wood
1. Wooden Vespa
Carlos Alberto, a Portuguese craftsman, made this inspiring wooden Vespa by hand. Classic Vespa is one of the most gorgeous designs in history, and this is a really worthy remake. The seat and package tray, are also made from wood.
3. Wooden Supercar
Built in Japan, the Wooden Supercar is made entirely out of wood except its engine and other mechanical gear. It is said to be made by some furniture manufacturer and can reach the speeds of up to 90km/h.
5. WoodStation Alarm Clock
The WoodStation is an alarm clock and a weather station. What’s really nifty is that you can tell the weather by just glancing at the LED icons that shine through a thin layer of wood.
6. WALL-E Wooden Sculpture
Created by Hertfordshire, United Kingdom-based sculptors and CNC/rapid-prototyping masters Morpheus, this wooden WALL-E sculpture is a limited edition of one. Commissioned by Disney as a gift for Pixar/Disney chief creative officer John Lasseter.
9. Wooden Flashlight
Here’s another green gadget made from wood, the Wood Flashlight by designer Jonas Damon.
10. Wooden Laptop Case
11. Wooden Mouse
This wooden mouse is handmade from Chinese flowering ash in Japan’s rural Gunma prefecture and earns its name from the natural wood grain swirls and click button that resembles the largest planet’s famous spot. The innovative design, however, isn’t limited to form: the cursor moves in direction and velocity according to the tilt of the spherical mouse, which rests comfortably in the palm of your hand.
12. Wood TV
Swedx, the Swedish company who specialise in what they term as ?unique products of natural character’, has a wood finished LCD HD televisions that will come complete with matching wooden surround sound speaker units.
13. Wooden iPad Cases
Vers is launching wooden iPad cases made from hardwoods and bamboo, made to protect your iPad in luxurious style without going the route of gilding or crystal encrusting.
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