Place your business cards in the slot on the Reddit alien and leave your cards to be presented by one of the world's most magnanimous alien! Make sure you choose the desired model. This one has both hands down.
This ring is for all those who like to think, dream, imagine and are absolutely bored with standarization, mondaine life, cubicles, cookie-cutter thinking and so on.
This particular one has a 17.30mm diameter, but please feel free to email me for custom sizes. (available in a variety of materials).
Send me your name in any font that you like (even handwriting) and I'll place it inside the shape. Please note that some slight modifications will be made to the text in order to meet the material requirements. The wine stopper does not include the rubber rings, but they can be purchased at most hardware stores for a very low price. For sizes please reefer to the one of the descriptive images.
Designed by Marieka Ratsma in cooperation with Kostika Spaho, photography Thomas van Schaik.
The idea for this shoe highlights the aesthetics and the shape of the bird skull, along with the characteristics of the lightweight, and highly-differentiated bone-structure within the cranium.
Such structure requires less support-material, resulting in optimal
efficiency, strength and elegance.
by Marieka Ratsma: At the moment the shoe is still undergoing experimentaion in terms of comfort and durability over long hours of use. Once all of the issues are resolved, it will become available for sale to the public. So keep your eyes peeled!
Submit your initials and make this wine stopper your own. The wine stopper does not include the rubber rings, but they can be purchased at most hardware stores for a very low price. For sizes please reefer to the one of the descriptive images.
Awarded third place in the 3D-Design Competition in October of 2011, Breathable Roots is a wall-hanging planter, which oxygenates its greenery’s roots through the tunnels created by the interconnectedness of the skin’s membrane. Excess water falls into a smaller, detachable piece located at the bottom.
Special thanks to Bart Veldhuisen, the rest of the Shapeways team, who manufactured the design, my friend Renaldo Qafzezi, who helped to spread the word, Jack Sigel, who photographed the piece, and the rest of my family and friends.
Anyone who is interested in this design, please feel free to contact me regarding sizes or any other modifications.