Big post today! Like the previous post, here is another bed design that I discarded a few months ago, because several others beat me to the punch. I’m posting it now because I felt there needed to be a design that was more functional and aimed at grown-ups.
This Landspeeder bed is made of wood and features a queen size mattress frame. I left the sides of the mattress exposed, because I don’t like guard rails banging my legs when I awkwardly get in or out of bed.
The thrusters on the sides operate as end tables, each with a drawer. The overhead thruster operates as a lamp, one that folds away for concealment. The front of the bed could also function as trunk.
In other news:
The folks from Super-Fan Builds on YouTube have asked me to pitch ideas and do mockups for other projects. I helped with some concept work for this Star Trek desk:
Truth be told, my concepts only covered the Enterprise-D from The Next Generation, not the original Enterprise:
Also it was a chair and coffee table, not a desk. Did I actually help here? That question will haunt me to my grave.
All jokes aside, I look forward to collaborating with Super-Fan Builds on many projects to come!
And lastly I got to do some concept work my friends at Tom Spina Designs again, this time a sign for a shoe store in Ottawa. It was just to outline the installation for city inspectors (the two images on the lower right). The sign turned out great!