Refold’s Portable Cardboard Desk There’s no such thing as job security these days, so why not prepare yourself for the inevitable with a desk you can set-up and breakdown in under a minute or even set on fire instantly when your pink slip arrives. Seriously though, the Refold cardboard desk really works as a portable work station and it’s made in the USA with 100% recyclable cardboard.

Refold cardboard desk really works as a portable work station and it’s made in the USA with recyclable cardboard.

Love these Badges for a Brand New conference  New Logo and Identity for 2013 Brand New Conference by UnderConsideration

Badges for the Brand New conference New Logo and Identity for 2013 Brand New Conference by UnderConsideration

Chromatic Typewriter

Chromatic Typewriter

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Open Sesame: A Jewelry Replacement For Subway Farecards | Co.Design | business + design

Open Sesame: A Jewelry Replacement For Subway Farecards

Ring Theory is raising funds for Sesame Ring - Where will it take you? on Kickstarter! Wearable Charlie Cards, so you can pay public transport fares with a dash of style.

In a recent ReadWrite article, Lauren Orsini notes that soft electronics rocked the spotlight during Tech In Motion's Wearable Technology Fashion Show, with models showing off accessories and cloth...

Inspiring e-textile project from the MIT Media Lab video- Lilypad arduino (Via Make / Makezine)

lenticular wall from complex movements performance

Creative Capital was featured in the Wall Street Journal just this past Friday! The article highlights our recent announcement of the 46 fabulous new projects we'll be supporting for

I was interviewed by Julie Taraska for the closed community Stylus Fashion. It is with permission that we re-publish a version of her article here! Becky Stern: Pied Piper of the DIY Maker Movement…

A black interactive minidress with embedded CuteCircuit LED technology that…

The chameleon scarf can match any outfit. It uses Adafruit’s FLORA color sensor and 12 color-changing LED pixels diffused by ruffly knit fabric.

Chameleon Scarf with FLORA Color Sensor - control the color in your scarf with a color-sensing sensor paired with an illuminating LED. Color visualized in 12 RGB LEDs. Yet another wonderful creation by Becky Stern. Parts and tutorial through Adafruit

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